PBR IA Top Ten Viewed Profiles Of 2019- #5 Peyton Williams


Rob Allison
Prep Baseball Report Iowa


Over the next 10 days we we will be counting down the 2019 calendar year with a look at the Top Ten Viewed Profiles of 2019. After combing through our google analytics, we have compiled a list of the ten most visited profiles, by you, the readers, over the past year.

 

#5- peyton williams



Peyton Williams

Class of 2019 / 1B

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2019
  • Primary Position: 1B
    Secondary Position: LHP
  • High School: Johnston
    State: IA
  • Summer Team: Iowa Perfect Game Black 2019
  • Height: 6-5
    Weight: 245lbs
  • Bat/Throw: L/L

Statistics

Position
7.10
60-yard
84
INF Velo
100
Exit Velo
(02/03/19)
Position
60-yard
7.39
INF Velo
81
Exit Velo
100

Scouting Report

8/5/18- 6-foot-5, 225-pound left-handed hitting first baseman. #1 player in IA 2019 rankings and #183 in PBR Overall. University of Iowa commit. 7.1 runner. Body load, easy rhythm, well above avg. power, shows ability to drive ball to all fields, physically impressive, and shows ability to hit, 96 mph exit velocity. Sound hands and feet in field, above avg. arm strength for position, with running ability would be interested if outfield is an option, 84 mph arm across infield.

3/5/17- 6-foot-5, 210-pound left-handed hitting first baseman. Ranked #73 in PBR Overall rankings for 2019’s. University of Iowa commit. 7.43 runner. Open stance, uses lower half well in swing, shows above avg. power potential to both gaps, 93 mph exit velocity. Has improved defensively at first, shows more confidence in glove, moving more easily around bag with improved footwork, 76 mph arm strength across field.


2016 Future Games- 6-foot-5, 205-pound left-handed hitting first baseman. Large young frame; will add considerable strength and size to frame as he continues to mature. Williams ran a 7.73 60, was 76 mph from first base, and recorded a 91 mph exit velocity. Narrow open stance, easy stride to square, some length in load, direct to contact, creates bat speed, quiet head, consistent hard contact, flashes well above avg. power to middle/pull side of field. Solid defender at first base. Accurate throws to target. Comfortable around bag with good footwork.

2016 Future Games Workout- Team Minnesota/Iowa/Nebraska had several standouts, but the 6-foot-4, 205-pound Williams showed to be one of the most impressive left-handed power bats of the day. For starters, he’s a monster in the box, and for his size, he’s remarkably balanced, easy and repeats. He creates leverage and natural loft in the swing, and the ball carries. There’s big juice in the bat with plenty more coming in the future. The 2019 registered a 91 mph exit velocity.

8/1/16- 6-foot-5, 205-pound left-handed hitting 2-way player. Narrow open stance, easy stride to square, some length in load, direct to contact, creates bat speed, quiet head, consistent hard contact, flashes well above avg. power to middle/pull side of field. Solid defender at first base. Accurate throws to target. Comfortable around bag with good footwork. Minimal exposure to mound. Uncontrolled front leg, strides across, crossfire delivery with tilt. Threw strikes with 2 pitches. Fastball was 75-79 mph and 68-70 mph curveball had 12/6 shape and solid depth.