Most Viewed Player Profiles Of 2017: No. 1 Blayne Enlow


Trey Sofio
Louisiana Scouting Director

After drilling down into our google analytics we have compiled a list of the ten most visited Louisiana profiles on the Prep Baseball Report website in 2017.  As 2017 is coming to an end, we will count down to the new year with a look at those profiles that were visited the most.

No. 1 Blayne Enlow


Blayne Enlow

Class of 2017 / RHP

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2017
    Commitment: Louisiana State
  • Primary Position: RHP
    Secondary Position: 1B
  • High School: St Amant
    State: LA
  • Summer Team: Gauthier & Amedee / Louisiana Knights
  • Height: 6-4
    Weight: 185lbs
  • Bat/Throw: R/R

Statistics

Pitching
94
Max FB
87 - 91
FB
76 - 79
CB
80 - 82
CH
Position
7.68
60-yard
82
INF Velo
90
Exit Velo

Scouting Report

3/17/17 Louisiana State recruit, currently ranked No. 1 in Louisiana’s 2017 class, No. 6 Overall. Lean 6-foot-3, 165-pound right-handed frame, athletic build, room to project. One of the premium high school right-handed pitchers in the country. Clean, easy arm action into a high-3/4 release with little effort. Smooth rhythm with level shoulders, in-line direction, lands square and athletic. Fastball sat 86-90 mph, touching 91 mph, with slight arm side run and solid average command. Breaking ball is an above average pitch with 11/5 shape, sharp, late break, tight spin and true swing-and-miss potential at 76-78 mph, up to 82 mph. Flashed changeup with fastball arm speed and fade action at 80-83 mph. Although velocity is a few ticks down from the summer, Enlow cruised for the majority of his 7-inning shutout, striking out 12, walking none, and surrendering 5 hits. He continues to show ability to command the strike zone, throwing 75 of his 105 pitches for strikes, for a strike% of 71.4.

2017 Preseason Pitcher Of The Year
2017 Preseason First Team All-State

Louisiana State recruit, currently ranked No. 1 in Louisiana’s 2017 class, No. 2 Overall, and No. 4 in the PBR draft 100. Lean 6-foot-3, 165-pound right-handed frame, athletic build, room to project. One of the premium high school right-handed pitchers in the country. Clean, easy arm action into a high-3/4 release with little effort. Smooth rhythm with level shoulders, in-line direction, lands square and athletic. Fastball sits 89-92 mph, touching 94 mph, with heavy sink and command. Breaking ball shows 11/5 shape with sharp, late break, tight spin and deception at 77-80 mph. Flashes changeup with fastball arm speed and fade action at 82-83 mph.

9/2016 - Made USA 18U National Team.

2016 Pre-Season Pitcher Of The Year
2016 Pre-Season First Team All-State

9/7/15 A 6-foot-3, 165-pound right-handed pitcher with a long, lean, athletic frame. Clean, easy arm action into a high-3/4 release with little effort. Smooth rhythm with level shoulders, in-line direction, lands square and athletic. Fastball sat 89-91 with heavy sink and command. Breaking ball showed 11/5 shape with sharp, late break, tight spin and deception at 77-78 mph. Flashed changeup with fastball arm speed and fade action at 83 mph. Right-handed hitter that hits from a balanced setup, smooth load, short stride, fluid rhythm with a gap to gap approach and bat speed that produced an exit velocity of 90 mph.

8-1-15 A 6-foot-3, 165-pound right-handed pitcher with a long, lean, athletic frame. Clean, loose arm with an athletic, in-line delivery, lightning quick arm speed and easy effort out of a high-3/4 release. Fastball sat 86-89 mph touching 90 mph with life and angle. Breaking ball shows 11/5 shape with extremely tight spin, depth, and advanced feel for the pitch. Flashed solid changeup with fastball arm speed, deception and late, hard fade action at 80-82 mph. Showed advanced pitchability working with outstanding tempo and mound presence, attacking hitters and putting them away quickly, especially on day two.

5-25-15 A 6-foot-3, 160-pound rising junior with a projectable, lanky, athletic frame and broad shoulders. Clean, long, loose arm action with lightning arm speed into a high-3/4 release. Smooth rhythm throughout the delivery with little effort, in-line direction, lands square, and finishes athletic. Fastball sat 85-88 mph with slight sink action and was controlled in the strike zone with quality tilt and angle. Breaking ball had 11/5 shape with solid rotation, sharp, late break and deception at 74-76 mph. Showed an outstanding feel for change up with fastball arm speed, deception and late, hard fade action at 79-80 mph. Right-handed hitter that hits from an open setup with a slight bar in the load into a short stride.  Shows solid balance in the swing with a level path and a gap-to-gap approach. Defensively he shows quality hands but tends to play flat-footed and from a stiff fielding position.


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Blayne Enlow - 3/9/17

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