Future Games LA Notebook: Day Three

Trey Sofio
Louisiana Scouting Director

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With the third and final day of the Prep Baseball Report Future Games in the books, its time to take a look at notes on the four Louisiana prospects who participated on Team Select in game play on Saturday.

+ Balyne Enlow, RHP, St. Amant HS(2017)
The LSU commit was much sharper on his second day of work than his first, sitting 86-88 mph with plenty of life on the fastball, but flashed plus command and worked with outstanding presence and tempo. His breaking ball was extremely sharp with plus depth, sitting 75-77 mph and was a true swing-and-miss pitch. He also flashed an advanced change up at 80-82 with arm speed, tilt out of the hand and hard, late fade action. He struck out two and induced a weak ground out to 1st base, in a very dominant one inning of work.

+ Rafe Schindler, RHP, Chalmette HS(2017)
The 6-foot-4 right-hander was perhaps the best the PBR Louisiana staff has ever seen him on Saturday. Although his fastball was few ticks down at 83-84 mph, he showed an athletic, clean and projectable delievery and worked with outstanding tempo, showing presence on the mound. To add, Schindler displayed an outstanding slider at 76-77 mph with extremely tight spin and sharp, late break. He punched out all three hitters he saw, in what was one of the more efficient innings of any pitcher at the Future Games.

+ Jordin LaBruzza, INF, Brother Martin HS(2018)
The 5-foot-9 rising sophomore had another quality day starting with a solid round of BP, showing and easy, loose bat path and a line-drive, gap to gap approach. He ended the day 1-for-3 and ended the weekend 4-for-9 and showed advanced defensive ability at second base.

+ Will Ryan, INF, Neville HS(2017)
The 6-foot-2 infielder started the third day off much like he did the other two, with another outstanding round of batting practice, showing a line-drive, gap to gap approach. However, he hit his stride on day two of game-play, going 2-for-4, incuding a ground-rule double that was hammered to centerfield. To add, he continued to show an advanced ability to play third base with soft hands, workable feet and arm strength across.

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