Underclass Prospects Louisiana: Pitchers



Trey Sofio
Louisiana Scouting Director

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As the start of the 2015 spring season is almost upon us, Prep Baseball Report Louisiana took a deeper look into the future of high school baseball in Louisiana. It is our opinion at PBR Louisiana that this season could see more underclassmen making significant impacts for the first time in quite some time. Today we take a look at ten pitching prospects from the 2016, 2017, and 2018 classes that look to have big spring seasons.

Blair Frederick, LHP, Brother Martin HS, 2016
A 6-foot, 180-pound left-hander from Brother Martin HS. A lean, extremely athletic frame with long arms and room to add strength. A simple repeatable delivery with a clean, loose arm action.  Fastball will sit 86-89 mph getting up to 90 with late arm side run.  Flashes a swing and miss slider at 77-80 with good hard tight spin and quality depth out of the same arm slot as FB. Has yet to see much mound time for the crusaders, but has already committed to Louisiana State because of the present quality stuff and the upside he possess.

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