Prep Baseball Report

Updated Florida Class of 2019 Rankings: Newcomers

Mike Maerz
Director of Florida Operations/Area Scout

With the release of the Updated Florida Class of 2019 Rankings yesterday, today we take a look at five newcomers to the rankings. These five players are highlighted below through report and video after a strong fall which saw them appear the rankings in the latest update:


Moving into the No. 13 spot is the Louisiana State recruit who stands at 5-foot-10, 185 pounds with a thick lower half and a lot of present tools. Defensively, he has a high motor and a lot of quick twitch actions. He can get sped up at times, but his hands work well and quick feet with a strong arm, topping out at 81 mph and a 1.94-1.96 pop time. As he continues to log innings behind the plate and slows the game down he will have a chance to be a plus defender. Offensively, the right handed hitter has above average to plus bat speed. He can come out of his strong lower half at times, but is extremely aggressive with present bat to ball skills and a very high upside with above average power potential.


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