Team Mid-Atlantic Day 2 Notes

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This week, Prep Baseball Report is hosting its premier summer underclass, which for the first time taking place at LakePoint in Georgia. The Future Games features over 400 of the top uncommitted 2021 and 2022 players from across the country in one place and is one of the most heavily scouted events of the year, with all 30 MLB clubs represented and well over 200 college coaches coming each year to follow the four days of action.

Players took part in a workout day on Wednesday, which will be followed by three days of games. Teams were selected regionally by PBR's local scouting staffs, with Team Mid-Atlantic being made up of the top players from Maryland, Delaware, DC, and Virginia. Here is our staff's notes on players who had standout days during game action:


-Dulaney (MD) 2021 Todd Mozoki had the top Team Mid-Atlantic fastball velocity of the day, hitting 89 and working 85-88. He has a projectable frame and a loose whippy arm from a low three-quarters arm slot. Showed good feel of his offspeed, sharp 10/4 breaking ball at 69-71 as well as a change-up at 74-76 with some armspeed. Attacked hitters in closing out the game.



-Yorktown 2021 RHP Nathan Knowles touched 88 once and 87 twice while working 83-85, hitting new tops in front of our staff for the season. Showed a curveball that was 66-69 and a change-up that was 70-73. 



-Liberty Christian 2021 RHP Brock Duff continues to come back from having been shut down late in the high school season. Velocity has continued to improve since coming back and he worked at 80-83, touching 84. Curveball was 69-71.



-Lee-Davis 2021 RHP Brett Allen threw two scoreless innings, allowing just one hit while striking out 4 and walking none. Long, loose projectable frame at 6-3 190. Commanded all three pitches well, fastball was 84-87. Showed a change-up with armspeed that was 75-78. Curveball had depth and plus potential at 72-74.




-Greenbrier Christian 2021 1B Ethan Ott only had one official at-bat on the day and mashed a double to deep left, showing his batspeed and power. 



-Monocan 2021 OF Ethan Robinson had a nice day at the plate, reaching base twice, once on a walk and once on a hard hit line drive to left. He has great rhythm at the plate with a smooth and explosive swing and shows a lot of strength to his pull side and a knack for finding the barrel.




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