Ohio Insider: Top Uncommitted Underclass Two-Way Prospects

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By JD Heilmann and Dylan Hefflinger
Ohio Scouting Director and Editor in Chief/NW Scout

With the Summer season coming to an end and the 2015-2016 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.

Today we are gonna take a look at the top uncommitted underclass two-way prospects in the Buckeye State. This is comprised of prospects ranked in the lower half of the rankings or unranked. We will look to create a few top uncommitted lists each week, as you can see by our 2016 Rankings, 2017 Rankings and 2018 Rankings there are numerous talented prospects available.

Uncommitted list rundown:
+ 2016 RHP's
+ Underclass RHP's
+ 2016 LHP's
+ Underclass LHP's
+ 2016 MIF's
+ Underclass MIF's
+ 2016 CIF's
+ Underclass CIF's
+ 2016 OF's
+ Underclass OF's
+ 2016 Catchers
+ Underclass Catchers
+ 2016 Sleepers
+ Underclass Sleepers
+ 2016 Two-way Prospects

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Top Uncommitted Underclass Two-Way Prospects

Alex Theis, LHP/OF, New Riegel, 2017
Ranked: 8th in Ohio’s  2017 class
Scouting Report: 6-foot, 180-pound athletic body frame. Future Games participant. Defensively he shows athletic footwork, doing a good job of playing through the baseball on ground balls, he comes from a clean ¾ slot but can improve carry on his throws by incorporating a crow hop that reaches a top velocity of 82 mph. Left-handed hitter starts from a wider, balanced set up. He uses a smooth hands back to shoulder trigger, does a good job using both sides of the field, gets good extension after contact on follow through. Registered top exit velocity of 91 mph and ran a 4.38 down the line. On the mound the lefty uses a clean arm action with average arm speed coming from a ¾ slot. His delivery requires regular effort. His fastball ranged from 83-88 mph with some natural tail movement. Curveball showed signs of being sharp at times and was consistently thrown at 76 mph. His changeup showed similar action as his fastball at 77 mph.
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