Top Viewed Profiles of 2014: No. 1- Trey Leonard

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By Rob Allison
Iowa State Director

Over the next week we are going to countdown the 2014 calendar year with a look at the top ten most viewed player profiles of 2014. After drilling down into our Google Analytics we have compiled a list of the ten most visited profiles by you the reader in 2014.

Coming in at No. 1 on our list of most viewed profiles is Cedar Rapids Washington's Trey Leonard. Leonard is a 6-foot, 150-pound, outfielder who is committed to play at the University of Louisville.  The sophomore burst onto the scene after a breakout performance at PBR Iowa's Underclass Prospect Games in August. Not long afterwards he accepted a scholarship offer and verbally committed to Louisville. He is currently ranked 1st in the Iowa Class of 2017 and 32nd overall for 2017's in the PBR coverage area.

trey leonard Scouting Report  Trey Leonard

6-foot, 150-pound outfielder.  4.36 home to first time.  Left handed hitter, pre-set load, tall to fall stride, aggressive swing, slight uphill plane, good hand eye coordination, consistently finds barrel, ball really jumps at contact. Very fluid swing with simple movement.  91 mph exit velocity off tee.  Defensively, very athletic fluid actions, short arm action from OF, takes ball directly to ear, 78 mph from OF,  shows good accuracy and quick release to make up for average arm strength.  Very eager to play.  Plays hard consistently.  His run, field, and hit tools are in upper echelon for his grad class.  Division 1 and pro prospect.  Very interesting follow over next 3 years.


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