Inside The OK Rankings: Top 10 Uncommitted OFs
May 15, 2020
As we prepare for the most important summer of all time for amateur baseball, PBR OK takes a look into the latest rankings release for the 2021 class. If you missed the 2021 rankings release story, you can find it, here. Today, we will highlight the top 10 uncommitted outfielders in the state according to the rankings. This group features some high end athletes that can really run also with some power bats.
Displayed a solid 5-foot-11, 185-pound frame with present strength and athleticism. Offensively, starts in an open stance with rhythm in his hands. Initiates swing using a leg-lift load and medium stride, getting his bat on an uphill, line-drive/fly-ball swing plane. Showcased bat speed and barrel whip with a 90 mph exit velocity. Mid/pull approach, consistently barreling balls during BP, with gap to gap power. Ran an impressive 6.63 60-yard dash. Defensively, the outfielder throws from a high ¾ arm angle and utilized active footwork yielding throws of 85 mph from his position. Plays through the ball well, using his momentum and a strong lower half to make throws with above average accuracy and carry.