On the Hunt: Texas Workouts & Northern Position Players

By Shooter Hunt
National Crosschecker

With the Texas state playoffs in their regional final round, most players have shifted over to their summer programs. Many programs will begin their summer schedule this weekend, but many have had workouts the past couple of weeks. On the Hunt takes a look at a couple uncommitted Texans (and one committed) as well as an uncommitted outfielder from Ohio who has continued to have a breakout spring, and a possible two-way candidate from Kansas. The final player is a top rated 2019 from New Jersey committed to Vanderbilt who has a chance to be one of the top defenders in the country.



Cade Sitka C / RHP / Foster, TX / 2019

Sitka appears to be able to do it all, and with his strong right arm, he may be able to do just that at the next level. At a recent workout, he unleashed 1.83-1.96 pop times with an 83 mph velocity from a crouch, and then hopped on the mound and was 85-89 with his fastball while spinning a 70-71 curveball and 80-81 changeup. The solidly built, 5-foot-11, 180-pounder is still somewhat raw on the mound, but the arm strength is obvious, and he shows strength at the plate with a smooth swing.








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