Uncommitted Spotlight: Sparks Fired Up To Be A Catcher

Bruce Hefflinger
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The state of Michigan is filled with high-level baseball prospects throughout each corner of the state. The 2018 class has commitments all across the United States, from Vanderbilt to Miami to Kentucky to Missouri to Nebraska and many more colleges across the U.S. When looking at the 2018 rankings, you will see plenty of Michigan colleges littered throughout all of the commitments as well.

The 2019, 2020 and 2021 classes are also loaded and primed to make some big-time commitments to colleges all across the nation over the next few years. We at PBR Michigan look to bring you insightful information on these big-time commits as well as giving everyone a look at some of the top uncommitted prospects available as well.

Uncommitted Spotlight: Sparks Fired Up To Be A Catcher

Colin Sparks C / 3B / Airport, MI / 2019

CARLETON - At the age of four, Colin Sparks became a catcher. Things have not changed since.

Now a junior at Airport Senior High School, Sparks has aspirations of catching into his 20s.

“Since I’ve been on the field I’ve wanted to be a catcher,” Sparks explained. “My dad (Joe) was a catcher and he brought it on to me. He supplied me with all the gear and has always worked on blocking with me. That’s the hardest part of the position. My dad and I work on blocking skills all the time.”

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