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NO. 5 ALLATOONA V NO. 20 LASSITER (3.10.21)

Cameron Campbell, OF, Lassiter, 2021
Uncommitted. 6-foot, 170-pound switch-hitting outfielder, medium sized frame, athletically built. Similar setup from both sides of the plate, balanced, good rhythm, short load and short stride. Showed bat speed from both sides of the plate, swing is quick and smooth, uphill through the zone, looks to elevate and drive the ball.

Walker Noland, RHP, Lassiter, 2021
Uncommitted. 6-foot-4, 170-pound right-handed pitcher, long, lanky frame, lean build. Got the start against No. 5 Allatoona, did a nice job of limiting their offense to just two runs over five innings, scattering eight hits and two walks, while striking out three. Arm action is long on the back-side, gets out front consistently, ¾ slot, cross body action. Fastball sat 83-85, touched 86 and 87, creates heavy armside run. Changeup, 75-76, sink, used early in the game. Curveball, 70-72, 11/5 shape.

Harris Bryson, RHP, Lassiter, 2021
Uncommitted. 6-foot-1, 180-pound right-handed pitcher, proportional build, plenty of room for more. Came on in relief in the sixth inning with a man on base, kept Allatoona off the scoreboard for two innings to secure the win. Arm works short on the backside, hiding the ball well, comes out of a high ¾ slot, some quickness in arm. Drop and drive, mixed timing, works on-line, lands square, finishes square. Aggressive with three pitches, went right after hitters. Fastball sat 80-83. Changeup, 73-74, heavy sink, created swing and misses. Curveball, 71-73, 12/6 shape, depth, bite, created swing and misses.

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