Georgia Dugout Club Tournament - Week 1 Scout Notebook

PBR Georgia Staff

The Georgia Dugout Club Tournament Scout Notebook provides insider information and scouting notes from the PBR Scouting Staff during the first weekend of the event. This running blog will feature information on underclass prospects, unsigned seniors, draft prospects, and anything else that is notable from the eight fields of action. We will provide a wide range of information, including player evaluations, velocities, pop times, home to first times, and more. Simply put, the GDC Scout Notebook is loaded with information. The blog is organized by field, starting with the teams on Field 9 and making our way all the way through those who played on Field 16 at the bottom.

Joe Lattanzi Division


Jack Fleming, OF, Harrison, 2022
Uncommitted. 6-foot, 155 pounds with room for size. Had a breakout showing at the plate over the weekend. Went 6-11, with 3 2B, 4 RBI for the Hoyas. Athletic set up in the box with active hands. Medium leg lift, hands work through the zone with ease with a line drive approach.

Craig Kalkbrenner, SS/2B, Harrison, 2024
6-foot, 165-pound right-handed hitting middle infielder, lean athlete, some quick twitch. Top of the order bat for Harrison throughout the weekend. Athletic hands with feel for the barrel, can use the entire field with a line drive approach. Impact bat.

Tate Strickland, RHP, Harrison, 2024
Tennessee commit. 6-foot-2, 165-pound right-handed pitcher, lean, projectable build. One of the state’s top 2024 arms. First start of the season, attacked the zone with three pitches. High percentage of strikes, produced lots of weak ground ball contact. Arm works with some lengthen on the back-side, shorter than in previous looks, ¾ slot. Does a good job on maintaining direction and momentum towards home. Fastball sat 85-89, 2700 rpm, run action. Curveball, 76-79, 2500 rpm, 11/5 shape, deceptive, tunnels well with fastball. Changeup, 77-80, heavy fade and sink.

Jason Walk, OF, Harrison, 2023
5-foot-9, 150-pound left-handed hitting outfielder, lean build, highly athletic, quick feet. Tone setter as the leadoff hitter for Harrison. Quick, athletic hands, good feel for the barrel and hand eye coordination, high rate of contact. Line drive approach, can use the entire field. Collected eight hits in 11 at-bats. Disruptive on the basepaths, swiped nine bags and scored eight times.


Caden Gaudette, SS/3B, Milton, 2022
Georgia Tech recruit. 6-foot, 175 pounds; strong lower half. Put together solid at bats all weekend, showing pull-side power. Had a deep fly out on day one, followed by a multi-hit game on day two, including a home run. Short, simple load. Gets to hitting slot on time. Uphill path through the zone. Showed smooth actions and a strong arm at SS.

Jackson Leach, LHP, Milton, 2024
Uncommitted. 6-foot-1,165-pounds, broad shouldered frame with room to grow. Repeats low effort delivery very well from stretch out of an over-the-top slot. Advanced pitchability & secondary stuff. FB sat 78-80, touched 82 with impressive angle. CB sat 67-69, has makings of a true 12/6. CH, 71, deceptive with heavy sink, dives out of zone.

Luke McNeillie, RHP, Milton, 2023
Florida commit. 6-foot-1, 160 pounds. Quick arm from a H 3/4 slot. Consistent delivery, working down the mound. Showed mostly two-pitch-mix. Fastball worked up in the zone at 86-89. Breaking ball had sharp downward action when at its best. Showed signs of being a true plus pitch at 70-73. Ranked #7 in the Georgia 2023 rankings.


Ean Marria, 3B, Sequoyah, 2025
5-foot-10, 190-pound right-handed hitting third baseman, strong, physical build, advanced strength for age. Batting in the middle of the order as a freshman, looks the part. Calm and confident demeanor in the box. Good balance and rhythm, coupled with a leg kick. Short barrel path to the zone, strong hands, able to create consistent hard contact, has ability to muscle up on mishits and still find the gaps.

Ryder Moye, LHP, Sequoyah, 2022
Wofford commit. 5-foot-11 165-pounds, wiry, gangly frame. Very unique arm who is a Jack of all trades. Across body setup from stretch w/ sidearm slot. FB sat 84-86 with tons of gradual tail. Throws breaker from 2 diff slots. A low 3/4 w/ sharp slurvy action & 2 plane depth at 70-71, and a sidearm sweeper at 67-69.

Walnut Grove

Braxton Brooks, 3B/RHP, Walnut Grove, 2023
Uncommitted. Named Most Valuable Two-Way Player at the first weekend of the GDC Tournament. 6-foot-1, 200-pound right handed-hitting outfielder and right-handed pitcher, strong build, broad shoulders, room for more. Was a force at the plate, hitting two home runs and a double in three games. Whippy bat speed, gets the hands extended with a flat barrel path through the zone, produces back spin and consistent hard contact, big power to pull-side. On the mound, arm works short and clean to a ¾ slot, low effort. Fastball sat 82-85. Curveball, 68-72, 12/6 shape. Changeup, 74-76.

Julian Mock Division


Cade Cosper, RHP, Carrollton, 2023
Mercer Commit. 6-foot, 150-pounds, wiry frame packed with explosiveness. Smooth repeatable delivery from low 3/4 slot. Works quickly & confidently. Good feet in windup keeps direction well. Heavy FB sat 87-89, touched 90 with some run, short and tight lateral action on SL at 77-80. Leg kick adds deception. Feel for CH at 83-84. Lots of arm speed, going to throw hard in college.

Ace Williamson, OF, Carrollton, 2022
Southern Union Commit.6-foot-2, 175-pounds, very athletic frame, broad shoulders, room for more lean muscle. True baseball player w/ very good hand eye. Raw, non manufactured swing that he repeats well. Impressive feel for separation timing & does some advanced things at the plate. Can go get it in OF, instinctive.

Seth Childers, SS/2B, Carrollton, 2023
Uncommitted. 6-foot-1, 150-pounds, slender frame w/ some length. Well balanced at plate w/ simple stroke. Clutch hits all weekend. Lots of feel in the short game as a bunter. Absolute burner as a runner.


Zayd Rogan, SS, Hillgrove, 2025
5-foot-10, 155-pound right-handed hitting shortstop, athletic, muscular build. At the plate, shows an advanced approach and feel while seeing action on varsity as a freshman. Strong hands, able to create hard contact even when caught off balanced or on mishits. Aggressive on the bases with quick feet, agile mover.

Locust Grove

Connor Crisp, RHP/SS, Locust Grove, 2023
Georgia commit. 5-foot-10, 180-pounds, proportional build with lots of twitch. On mound, deceptive & efficient one piece arm action from 3/4 slot. Works from ground up, compact and explosive delivery. Noticeably flexible and mobile lower half with no wasted movement. FB sat 88-90, touched 91. Tunnels slider at 80 well. At SS, soft hands w/ quick exchange, can make every throw. Instincts are there. At plate, chest loads the hands for him which keeps upper half very relaxed. Tip toe stride prevents extra head movement. Perfect launch position at landing. Plus runner.

Andrew Cedano, RHP, Locust Grove, 2023
5-foot-11 170-pounds, average frame w/ some room to fill out. Excellent ease of operation, upright delivery from OH slot with perfect pace. No wasted movement, command of all pitches routine for him. Consistently maintains a downhill plane. Pressure situations of no concern to him. FB sat 84-86, touched 87, sink action. CB 11/5 for strikes, CH matches FB life. High pitchability.

Troup County

Devon Murphy, SS/RHP, Troup County, 2023
Uncommitted. 6-foot-1, 180-pound right-handed two-way prospect, strong, athletic build. Earned MV-Pitcher at the Georgia Dugout Club Tournament by going 7.0 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 5 K, 0 BB in a 5-1 victory over Locust Grove. Arm works short to an over-the-top slot. Good tilt on fastball. Big breaking ball, depth, 12/6 shape, swing and miss pitch.

EE "Red" Whitsett Division


Zach Harris, RHP, Cambridge, 2022
Georgia Southern commit. 6-foot-1, 190-pounds, broad shoulders w/ built lower half, should be able to hold 20 more lbs in future. Old school overhead windup from a 3/4 slot. FB Sat 92-93 w/ serious bore. Attacks every hitter like it’s his last. Rides backside well down the hill & explodes thru stiff front knee well. SL 80-81 w/ late bite & depth.

Nate Isler, RHP, Cambridge, 2023
Dartmouth Commit. 6-foot-5 215-pounds, prototype starter body, still filling out. Simple, repeatable delivery for size. Produces big angle from over-the-top slot. Low effort, easy arm speed, stays over rubber well. Command of FB to both edges, feel to spin. Fastball sat 84-86, touched 87. Curveball, 70-71. Will take off in college, pro future.

Jack Schrafft, SS, Cambridge, 2022
College of Charleston commit. 6-foot-4, 195-pounds, projectable body, high end athlete & lean muscled. Hips the engine of his swing, early strider who keeps the hands flowing after landing. Lofty swing w/ good power potential & can really run.


Jayden Freeman, OF, Newnan, 2022
Uncommitted. 6-foot, 165-pound right-handed hitting outfielder, lean, athletic build, some quick twitch. Quick, smooth swing, some explosiveness, ball can jump off the bat when timed up. Quick runner, speed plays up in game.

North Cobb

Kyle Robitztsch, C/SS, North Cobb, 2023
Uncommitted. 5-foot-9, 170-pound, strong, compact build. Some of the best swing mechanics in the event. Good rhythm w/ quiet head. Hands setup off back shoulder which helps him get to barrel lay back easily. Lower half direction stays up middle very well, which helps his barrel stay in zone forever. Impressive actions at SS- good feet+quick exchange+throws from all angles. At C- soft hands as receiver, lightning quick exchange, strong+accurate throws.

Woodward Academy

Elgin Bennett, OF, Woodward Academy, 2022
One of the top uncommitted prospects in the country. 6-foot, 190-pounds, built like an NFL RB. Slightly closed base w/ hands low & close to body, which helps his core & chest load the hands for him. This allows his explosive athleticism to show consistently in his swing, as he had one of the highest exit velos all weekend. Solid reads in OF.

Chandler Pollard SS, Woodward Academy, 2022
Washington State Commit. 6-foot-2 170-pounds, long levers and high waist, built like a track athlete. Sets up w/ athletic base, hips timed up gains ground well w/ lower half. quiet rhythm in hands, still head w/ no extra movement. Minimal separation & starts close to launch position, which shows he will hit big velo. High ceiling bat in future with continued development. Projects well in CF where he can use his elite speed to roam.

Jim Luck Division


Terrance Bowen, SS/2B, Alexander, 2025
6-foot-1, 170-pound right-handed hitting middle infielder, long, athletic build. Smooth actions and ease of effort immediately stand out. Stands tall in the box, smooth load, long stride to a balanced positon. Barrel works level through the zone, gains extension, line drive approach currently, but as he continues to fill out look for power and gap-to-gap swing.

North Springs

Jake Streeter, OF, North Springs, 2022
Kennesaw State recruit. Solid build at 6-foot-1, 190 pounds. Has shown advanced hit-tool in the past, and continued to display that in the early comings of the season. Stays in legs throughout swing, simple pick up, put down with front foot timing. Bat speed has increased, adding to present power in the usual line drive swing. Consistently finds the barrel. Also threw 2 scoreless innings of relief on Day 1, tallying 5 strikeouts.

Dylan Reid, RHP/3B, North Springs, 2022
Uncommitted. 5-foot-11, 185 pounds. Got the start on Day 1, picking up the win. 5 IP, 5 K, 0 R, 3 H. Short arm action, athletic movements on the mound. Pounded strike zone with three pitches. Fastball held steady over outing at 83-86. Showed ability to throw breaking ball consistently for strikes at 72-73. Flashed a changeup at 79-81.


Nolan Sliver, RHP/SS, Ola, 2022
Kennesaw State recruit. 6-foot-2, 145 pounds. Sliver showed usual competitiveness on the mound in his start. Worked quickly, setting pace. Mixed pitches well, finding extra sharpness in pitches in big situations. Fastball showed some sink at 85-88. Slider proved to be out-pitch at 71-75; threw in any count and showed wipeout flashes to RHH. Changeup came out clean at 76-79. Went 5 IP, 2 ER, 5 K.

James McGee, C/3B, Ola, 2024
5-foot-10, 170 pounds. Showed consistent rhythm in the box with solid presence. Level swing with the ability to stay bat on offspeed. Will be one to watch as physically matures.


Barrett Eldridge, 1B/OF, Walton, 2022
Georgia Highlands recruit. Strong, physical build at 6-foot-4, 210 pounds. Loose hands at the plate, showing ability to hit to all fields. Got rally started in game two for Walton out of the three-hole with an RBI single. Versatile defender.

Dane Moehler, RHP, Walton, 2024
6-foot-2, 160-pound right-handed pitcher, lean, projectable build, lots of room to fill out. Had one of the most impressive performances of the event, and firmly cemented himself as an arm to watch in the 2024 class. Short, compact arm action, hides ball on back-side, ball jumps out. Easy effort delivery, looks like he’s just playing catch. Fastball sat 85-89, late running action, used to both sides of the plate, got under the hands of batters. Curveball, 71-75, 11/5 shape, tunnels well with fastball, sharp action, swing and miss pitch. Changeup, 77-79.

Bud Theodocian Division


Will Prigge, 3B/RHP, Lovett, 2022
Tulane commit. 6-foot, 160-pound right-handed hitting two-way prospect, medium sized frame, proportional build, athletic. On the mound, short arm action, hides the ball well on the back-side, quickly accelerates through a ¾ release. Remains tall throughout delivery, cross over to finish. Mixed a three pitches against Lowndes in his start. Tunneled pitches well, maintained slot and tempo in delivery. Fastball sat 86-88, running action, used to both sides of the plate. Curveball, 74-76, 11/5 shape, swing and miss potential. Changeup, 79-81, fade action. 


William Joyner, RHP, Lowndes, 2022
Mercer commit. 6-foot-4, 190-pound right-handed pitcher, extra large frame, long, lots of room to fill out. Long arm action, drawing high and wide on the back-side, pie-ish arm action, over-the-top slot. Creates deception, had the North Paulding lineup on their front foot all afternoon. Fastball sat 86-87 early, good tilt. Curveball, 11/5 shape, good feel for.

Daniel Kerrigan, C, Lowndes, 2022
Uncommitted. 5-foot-11, 175-pound right-handed hitting catcher, strong, sturdy build, room for more. Standout defensive catcher, high IQ. Quick, clean action behind the plate, consistently gets himself in good positions. Strong arm, accurate throws. Controls the run game. Offensively, gap-to-gap hitter, controlled aggression in swing, drives the ball. Showed the ability to use the entire field. Runs hard out of the box, aggressive, good runner.

Carson Page, 2B/SS, Lowndes, 2024

Georgia Tech commit. 5-foot-7, 165-pound right-handed hitting middle infielder, strong build, compact frame. Highly competitive prospect that will make you beat him. Leadoff hitter, sees pitches well and has an advanced feel for the zone. Short, smooth swing, quick hand speed, routinely gets extended through the zone. gap-to-gap approach, can use the entire field. Aggressive on the bases, looks for the extra bag. Defensively, instinctive first step, has range to both sides, made several nice plays at second base.

Noah Thigpen, RHP, Lowndes, 2024
6-foot, 170-pound right-handed pitcher, medium sized frame, proportional build. First arm out of the bullpen for Lowndes, made two appearances, securing two wins over Starr’s mill and North Paulding. Remain composed in high pressure situation. Arm works short and clean to a ¾ slot, loose action. Controlled the zone with three pitches, great feel for offspeed. Fastball, 81-83, touched 84, heavy run action. Changeup, 77-78, heavy fade, late action, falls off table. Curveball, 72, 11/5 shape, throws for strikes to either side.

North Paulding

Tyson Benford, 1B/RHP, North Paulding, 2022
Wallace State commit. 6-foot-3, 245-pound, right-handed two-way prospect, XL, big bodied frame, strength throughout. Has firmed up the frame considerably, more agile mover. At the plate, Benford possesses elite power and can drive the ball to all parts of the park. Uses his big body well, able to get extension and bring the barrel through the zone with force. On the mound, a power arm, ran his fastball up to 88.

David Budd, RHP, North Paulding, 2023
Uncommitted. 6-foot-2, 210 pounds. Competitive arm with feel for three pitches. Controlled delivery with a long arm action from a ¾ slot. Challenged hitters throughout outing with fastball at 85-88; late tail. Missed barrels with LHH on the outer-half of the plate. Breaking ball still developing at 75-77. Changeup worked well out of armslot at 76-79 with sink. Interesting uncommitted arm to keep an eye on.

Jake Hembree, LHP/OF, North Paulding, 2023
Georgia commit. 6-foot-1, 190-pound left-handed pitcher and outfielder, an athlete on the mound, one of the elite arms in the 2023 class. Quick, loose arm action, remains continuous on the back-side, while there is some length, is able to consistently get out front and on top. Attacks the zone with an arsenal of swing and miss pitches. Fastball jumps out of the hand, sat 85-89, touched 90. Curveball, 75-78, 1/7 shape, tunnels sharp with big break, one of the best in the state, has consistently induced swing and miss on for years. Changeup, tunnels, late fade action, deceptive.

Starr’s Mill

Austin Sellers, SS, Starr’s Mill, 2024
6-foot, 160 pounds; slim frame with ability to add. Smooth-fielding MIF with sure hands and advanced arm for age. Moves well, laterally. At the plate, showed barrel awareness with all-field approach. Bat speed and power will surely uptick with time. Solid all-around skillset.

Rob English Division


Trent Smith, 1B, Coffee, 2022
Uncommitted. 6-foot-3, 210-pound right-handed hitting first baseman, physical build, long frame, room for more. Loose hands gain good separation with a toe-tap stride, rhythm throughout. Big power swing, creates hard contact to all fields.

Brady Skipper, SS, Coffee, 2022
North Georgia Commit. 5-foot-9, 165 pounds. Skipper was nothing short of remarkable this weekend at the GDC games. Nothing flashy to his game, except the plethora of extra base hits he accumulated throughout the weekend. Among these were a couple of homeruns, that showcased some power that may not be perceived when looking at his frame. Skipper projects more as a 2B in the future, but his bat will keep him in the lineup.

Cannon Jones, 2B, Coffee, 2024
5-foot-6, 148-pound right-handed hitting second baseman, strong, sturdy build, packs a punch in his frame. One of the leading bats for Coffee on the weekend. An advanced approach at the plate, good feel for the zone. Short, compact swing, creates line drive contact, can spray the ball to all fields.

Griffin Walker, OF, Coffee, 2022
Uncommitted. 6-foot-3, 195-pound right-handed hitting outfielder, projectable build, physically stands out, muscular with strength throughout, athletic, room for much more. Sets up with a wide base, good balance throughout. Keeps his swing short to the zone, generates quick bat speed, power to all fields. Long strider.

Kennesaw Mountain

Eliud Poventud, UTL, Kennesaw Mountain, 2023
5-foot-9, 160 pounds; Small frame mixed with plenty of athleticism and speed. Spark plug at the top of the Kennesaw Mtn lineup, often setting the tone for whatever the Mustang offense will do. Not-so-sneaky pop when he catches the ball out front, hitting two home runs in the doubleheader Saturday. Excellent instincts on the basepaths to go along with the speed he has. Caught and played SS in the doubleheader, showing great ability at both spots. Great arm and quick hands, defensively.


Trey King, SS, McIntosh, 2023
Georgia commit. 6-foot-2, 165-pound left-handed hitting shortstop, lean, athletic build, projectable, smooth actions throughout. Quiet setup at the plate, short stride and load. Smooth swing, great balance. Able to keep his weight back and barrel pitches, can drive the ball to all fields. Good athlete, quick runner, spark plug type player.

Owen Thomas, RHP, McIntosh, 2022
One of the top uncommitted arms of the weekend stands at an imposing 6-foot-5, 220 pounds. He faced a tough top of the order for Kennesaw Mountain. Thomas pitched to contact with a fastball at 85-88, he topped out at 90 for a couple pitches. He mixed in a breaking ball at 68-72. Very simple, clean delivery, there is still room in his lower half. The fastball will continue to tick up. He will be a great addition to any ‘22 pitching staff.

Social Circle

Mason Moore, 3B/1B, Social Circle, 2023
6-foot-3, 180 pounds; Long skinny frame with plenty of room to fill out. Very athletic with this length, as well. Plenty of fast twitch in the swing, allowing him to have gap-to-gap juice that could eventually develop into big time power. Used the entire field to accumulate many extra base hits throughout the weekend at the top of the Social Circle lineup. Righty thrower and lefty swinger has all the tools to develop into a big time player.

John DeVore Division


Riley Gaskin, RHP, Allatoona, 2022
5-foot-10, 160 pounds, Andrew College Commit; Gaskin was absolute dominant for Allatoona in his start, pitching late into the game. Featured primarily a 2 pitch mix consisting of a firm FB with some life, followed up with a firm slider coming out of the same high ¾ slot. Very athletic on the mound, as well as a very competitive nature. Projects as a good bullpen, max effort type of arm, that could make a push into a starting rotation with an incorporation of a third pitch. 

William Mosley, C, Allatoona, 2022
Western Kentucky Commit. 5-foot-11, 200 pounds, Mosley was very impressive at the dish throughout the weekend. Not just a free swinger with tons of power, but flashed his power late in counts after fighting off some tough pitches. Moves well for a catcher as well, mixing in multiple extra base hits during the weekend. Prototypical catcher build that shows definitely potential to be an offensive threat on top of being solid behind the plate.

Ethan Sutton, 3B/RHP, Allatoona, 2023
Uncommitted. 6-foot-3, 205-pound right-handed hitting two-way prospect, physical build, broad shoulders, strength throughout, athletic, highly projectable. Easy effort power swing, gap-to-gap approach with big power pull-side. Ball jumps off bat, creates whippy bat speed. Runs well for size.

Union Grove

Kajani Clarington, UTL/RHP, Union Grove, 2023
6-foot-2, 180 pounds; Clarington was one of the best athletes on the field in every game that he played in this weekend. Started on the mound for Union Grove flashing a FB that reached mid 80’s consistently, while showing a breaking ball that has some potential. In the box, only seen from a left-handed swing, Clarington showed a very relaxed setup in the box expressing comfort and showing a good presence. Smooth swing allows for consistent line drives, that could develop into some power as his long, athletic frame fills out.

Harry Lloyd Division


Owen Anchors, 1B/LHP, Dunwoody, 2024
6-foot-3, 175-pound left-handed hitting first baseman and left-handed pitcher, long, lanky frame, projectable, lots of room for filling out. Quiet setup with little pre-pitch movement, athletic bend in knees, short stride, quick load and cocking of barrel, balanced. Long, sweeping swing, barrel stays level through the zone for extended period. Power/pull approach. As he fills out, look for the bat to become a major power weapon.


Kennedy Jones, INF/DH, Kell, 2023
6-foot-1, 185 pounds, uncommitted. Jones has a big presence when he steps in the box coming from the cleanup spot for Kell. A tall upright stance mixed creating rhythm with a bat wiggle, Jones showed consistent barrels even on the balls he got out on. Showed the ability to time up a good FB and could be a very solid bat coming at the next level.

Caden Marcos, SS, Kell, 2024
5-foot-10, 165-pounds, right-handed hitting middle infielder, lean athlete, some twitch, started at second base and hit second for Kell all weekend. Athletic setup with a bend in the knees, leg kick timing trigger, hands load back smoothly, cocks the barrel, good balance. Athletic hands, quick speed through the zone, level barrel path, line drive type hitter. Fluid actions throughout.


Ben Traxler, SS, Northgate, 2024
5-foot-10, 150 pounds, uncommitted. A young player, Traxler already shows the hit tool every time he takes the field. With a standard setup in the box, with not a lot of extra movement, Traxler makes consistent contact with the barrel that leads to gap-to-gap power. You can expect him to fill out as he continues to mature, giving him the potential to become a big time player. 

Noah Moore, RHP, Northgate, 2022
6-foot-5, 180 pound, uncommitted. Moore is no-doubt a very intriguing arm to follow this spring. Very long frame, with plenty of room to grow, Moore picked up the save for Northgate on Friday evening. Flashed 3 pitches in his one inning of work, including a FB that reached mid 80’s in cold conditions, along with a serviceable CH and CB as well. Moore is definitely a person who could put on some weight and make some big strides on the mound.

North Cobb Christian

Michael Mullinax, OF, North Cobb Christian, 2024
Georgia Commit. 6-foot-1, 174 pounds. Simply put, Mullinax has the potential to become a big time player. Already committed to UGA, it is easy to see why. A silky smooth swing from the left side that generates power already, will continue to increase in that department. Mixing that with above average speed gives Mullinax all the potential to become not only an impact player during the rest of his time in high school, but the following levels as well.

Nicholas Stinson, RHP/1B, North Cobb Christian, 2023
6-foot-2, 165-pound right-handed pitcher and left-handed hitting first baseman, long, lean frame, projectable, lots of room to fill out, athletic. On the mound, arm works short and clean on the back-side, quick arm speed, over-the-top slot, works downhill. Lived in the lower half of the zone with his fastball, overpowering at times, sat 88-90 in the 1st, settled in at 86-88. Breaking ball, 11/5 shape, some deception, swing and miss potential. Collected eight strikeouts over three innings, had some command issues leading to five walks, allowed only one hit.

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