Prep Baseball Report

2017 Stock Report: From Unranked To National Prospects

By Sean Duncan
Executive Director

The updated and expanded overall 2017 rankings were released yesterday. Much has changed since the last revision, which is reflected in the considerable shakeups in the Top 300 list. While many names have been mainstays in the 2017 rankings, there are plenty of new prospects added to the list.

Many rising juniors used the Prep Baseball Report’s Future Games in early August as a springboard, which in turn has elevated their status from relatively unknown prospects into highly coveted national recruits.

Here’s a look at the video of six 2017 prospects, that saw their stocks sky-rocket at the Future Games, going from previously unranked to Top 60 prospects:

Blayne Enlow, RHP, St. Amant HS, LA
The lanky 6-foot-3, 165-pound Enlow was one of the summer’s biggest winners, going from an unknown prospect at an early June PBR Louisiana event to now being committed to LSU. Enlow went from unranked to No. 9 in the overall rankings. He features an easy, athletic arm action and an advanced three-pitch arsenal, which includes an 88-90 mph fastball with plenty more in the tank.

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