New England Insider: Top Underclass Uncommitted Sleeper Prospects

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

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 Sleeper 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

Name: Alex Price, LHP
Rank: 102nd in New England's Class of 2018
Scouting Report: 6-foot-1, 170-pounds, long, lengthy athletic frame, shoulders are sloped, back is wide and he has plenty of room to fill out. A left handed pitcher, delivery is repeatable with easy effort. Leg raise is under control and separation is on time. Stride is slightly shorter, could lengthen it out slightly. Arm action is clean on the backside, with all his pitches coming out of the same ¾ slot. Pounds the fastball for strikes, clocked at 78-81 mph, 2-seam has some action to the arm side. The breaking ball was clocked at 65-68 mph with good shape and tilt to it. Change up as chance to be a big time pitch, clocked at 66-67 mph. In game performance was good, attacked hitters from both sides, all pitches thrown for strikes. Offensively, hits from the left side, stance is slightly wider open to even, path is level to up, with a one handed finish and hands loose off back shoulder. Tee exit velocity is 85 with whip and life in his swing. Time down the line 4.77 seconds. Defensively, plays first base and shows good actions with feet and hands.

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