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Ohio Insider: Young Prospects To Keep An Eye On

Dylan Hefflinger
PBR Ohio Editor In Chief/NW Scout

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By: Jordan Chiero
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Ohio Insider: Young Prospects To Keep An Eye On

Since the conclusion of the Ohio High School season in June, we have been blessed with the chance to scout so many talented prospects throughout the Buckeye State. There have been 20 showcases since the end of May and we have seen a plethora of talented arms, bats, gloves and athletes.

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Below we would like to highlight 10 young prospects who bursts onto the stage during the Summer of 2017.

Jack Steibel RHP / 3B / Moeller, OH / 2020

Events Attended: Top Prospect Games, Southern Ohio Prospect Games
Scouting Report:  A talented young arm on the mound. Works exclusively from the stretch. Creates efficient energy with his lower half. Arm action is clean and delivery requires little effort. Works through a near over the top slot with his fastball working downhill at 81-85 mph. Breaking ball is tight working on an 11/5 plane. The offering comes in the zone at 69-70 mph. Also has flashed a changeup.
Outlook: High upside arm. 6-foot-5 with very thin frame. Arm works well and shows all the signs of more velocity to come as he fills out. A potential power arm down the road.

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