NJ Big Board: Top Uncommitted 2016 Right-Handed Pitchers



Sean McGrath
Scouting Director, New Jersey

New Jersey is a state constantly loaded with talent. Each year many of New Jersey's top talent will wind up playing highly competitive college baseball. The 2016 class is already off to a great start as 20+ players have already committed to top division one programs. When the dust dies down on the recruiting trail, the 2016 class will certainly be a great one.

While many of the state's top 50 2016 prospects are already committed, many remain in search of the perfect fit; the fit that will serve their athletic, academic, and financial needs. There are some very high quality right-handed pitchers who remain uncommitted and at the end of the day, will wind up committed to a quality college program. This article dives into some of the most talented uncommitted 2016 RHPs.

TOP UNCOMMITTED 2016 RHPS

AJ Candelario, Marist High School

AJ Candelario has been pitching in big games and situations for Marist High School since his freshman year.

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