Prep Baseball Report

Five Top Uncommitted Kentucky Class of 2015 Right-Handed Pitchers

By Chris Fuller
Kentucky Scouting Director

With fall being a busy time of the year for recruiting visits and commitments, today we take a look at five of the top uncommitted right-handed pitchers in the 2015 class. Subsequent articles will focus on the top uncommitted prospects from other position groups.

The following includes scouting notes from the most recent time we saw each prospect.  All were seen either very late in the high school season or during our summer events.

It should be noted that the scouting notes on Zac Conner are from February 2014.  Conner pitched at our Top Prospect Games event in June and had a subpar outing.  He was diagnosed with a tear in a minor tendon in his elbow later in the summer which required surgery to repair in August (not Tommy John surgery).  He was clearly not healthy when we saw him in June.  He is working through rehab now to be back on the mound by February.

Joshua Scheer, RHP, McCracken County HS
6-foot-3, 180-pound prospect with athletic and projectable frame, arm is extremely loose and projects

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