Prep Baseball Report

LakePoint Fall Standouts - Uncommitted 2020 RHPs

Phil Kerber
PBR Georgia

This fall Prep Baseball Report ran eight tournaments out of LakePoint Sports in Emerson, GA. Thousands of prospects, of all ages, descended upon the state-of-the-art, TrackMan equipped, full streaming capable, eight turf field complex. You can look back at previous scout notes by following one of these links: Labor Day ChallengePBR Fall OpenLakePoint Fall InviteThe PBR CupAdidas Three Stripe ClassicPBR Upperclass Fall World SeriesPBR Underclass Fall World Series, and PBR Fall Classic.

Today, and in the days following, we want to shine a spotlight on the prospects still look for a home, specifically uncommitted 2020s. We already highlighted left-handed pitchers, today we continue on to 21 right-handed pitchers. Keep reading below for reports and video from each prospect's last appearance at LakePoint.

Michael Kravitz, RHP, Johns Creek HS (GA), 2020
10/4/19 - Uncommitted. Quick, live arm that plays way above 5-foot-9, 140 pounds frame. Drop and drive delivery; utilizes leg strength well. Fastball comes out clean from an OT slot at 86-88. Works low in zone with FB. Uses CB well at the knees at 77 mph. Showed swing and miss ability to close out game.

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(10/4/19 - Upperclass WS)

Cooper Haseley, RHP, Walton (GA), 2020
9/28/19 - 6-foot-3 175 pounds. Haseley has quite the dominant relief appearance for 643 going two very strong innings sitting 85-89 with a 75-76 slider. The arm was super quick and whippy as he worked from a low 3/4 slot; the fastball had late life and was very effective when he worked inside. With the arm speed he showed and current wiry frame, its hard not to imagine more velo in the tank for right hander.

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(9/28/19 - Adidas 3 Stripe Classic)

Xavier Williams, RHP/3B, Campbell, 2020
9/13/19 - Big, strong right-handed arm at 6-foot-1, 200 pounds. An arm that we have seen multiple times this fall, already. Showed significant improvement in overall arsenal since last time he threw. Proved to be more of a complete pitcher with increased feel for secondary pitch. FB showed one-tick higher, sitting 84-87;T89. Carried velocity in second and third innings better than last time out, as well. CB showed very good depth; threw for strikes. CB sat 66-69.

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(9/13/19 - LP Invite)

Landon Lewis, RHP, McCallie (TN), 2020
9/22/19 - Uncommitted. 6-foot-6, 195-pound right-handed pitcher, long extra large frame, room for plenty of additional strength. Arm works quick and long on the back-side, gets out front to a over-the-top slot. Has made a considerable jump in velocity since we last saw him in June (sat 82-84, touched 86), now sitting 86-88, touching 89 (2000-2200rpm) with armside run. Good feel for 12/6 curveball at 79-81 (2100rpm). Filled up the zone with both pitches.

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(9/22/19 - PBR Cup)

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