New England Insider: Top Underclass Uncommitted Outfielders

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By Dennis Healy, Trevor Brown and PBR Staff
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New England Insider: Top Underclass Uncommitted Outfielders

With the Summer season coming to an end and the 2016-2017 high school sports season as well as fall ball getting underway, we would like to take a look at some of the top uncommitted prospects at each position. Over the past month we looked at the top 2017 prospects and as you can see by our 2017 Player Rankings there are numerous talented prospects available.

Today we are looking at the top uncommitted underclass Outfield Prospects in the New England Region. We will look to create a few top uncommitted lists each week, as you can see by our 2018 and 2019 Player Rankings, there are numerous talented prospects available.

Class of 2018

Matthew Killian
Rank: 28th in New England's 2018 Rankings
Scouting Report: Super athletic right-handed hitting outfielder standing 6-foot-2, 180-pounds. Matt has plenty of tools and the skill set to be a high level Division 1 guy. Needs to be a bit more aggressive with the bat in the game, looks like, at times, he is just trying to make contact. He needs to cut it loose. The setup is even and he has some bat wiggle but the path is short and simple. Ran a 6.96 and has more in the tank with his running, as I’ve seen him better. In the outfield, he is reliable and gets off the ball very well. Has enough arm strength to play an of the 3, as he threw 85 mph from out there. I like the skill set, would like to see him let it come out in the game. Very interesting guy to follow. He pitches as well, something to see, in my opinion, as he has feel on the mound.
College Outlook: Plus athlete who can play all 3 outfield positions. Once the bat comes around in the game, he is a no-brainer centerfielder at the next level
Receiving Interest: Division 1

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