The Recruiting Radar: '18 Seth Halvorsen, SS/RHP, Heritage Christian Academy (MN)



By Rob Allison
Prep Baseball Report Iowa-Minnesota-Nebraska

The Prep Baseball Report Future Games is the premier summer scouting event for sophomore and select freshmen prospects. This year well over 150 colleges from all over the country were in attendance. The Prep Baseball Report services are subscribed by more than 700 colleges and pro scouts.

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The 2016 event was the first opportunity for players in Iowa, Minnesota and Nebraska to attend the PBR Future Games and perform as a group. Many of the player's recruiting interest has exploded since the event; with many of them having multiple scholarship offers on the table.

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Seth Halvorsen

Name: Seth Halvorsen
Position: SS/RHP
Class: 2018
Height/Weight: 6-foot-1, 180-pounds
High School: Heritage Christian Academy, MN
State Rank:
NA
PBR Overall Rank:
61

Evaluation: 2016 Future Games- 6-foot-1, 180-pound right-handed hitting 2-way player. #61 ranked 2018 in PBR Overall. Lean athletic frame with wiry strength. Wide shoulders and will continue to add size and strength. Halvorsen ran a 6.95 60, was 92 mph across the infield, and recorded an 97 mph exit velocity. Square stance, leg kick trigger, aggressive approach, short to contact, short through zone occasionally with 2 hands on bat through contact, loud contact to mid/pull side of field. Well above avg. arm strength with carry and accuracy, long strides and athletic actions, fields with firm flat glove occasionally, above avg. range. Compact clean arm action, has body control with direction to plate, upright finish on release, repeats well, consistent strike thrower. Fastball shows life, on downhill plane, and jumps on hitter at 88-91 mph. Flashes sharp 1/7 breaking ball, shows in zone and takes away, with tight spin at 77-78 mph.

PBR: What schools have you been hearing from?
HALVORSEN: I have received interest from......

 

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