Prep Baseball Report

Inside The OK Rankings: Top Uncommitted 2022 RHP's

Andy Urban
OK/MO/KS Executive Scouting Director

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 2022 class. If you missed the 2022 rankings release story, you can find it, here. Today, we will highlight the top 11 (we couldn't stop at 10) RHPs in the state according to the rankings. This group features a some higher end velo for the class with the ability to pound the zone. 


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The 6-foot, 180-pound primary backstop featured an athletic frame with present strength. The right-handed hitter starts with a wide, slightly open stance with weight rocking slowly from frontside to backside. Utilized a controlled leg hang with hands that generated a slightly uphill barrel path to the baseball. Fluid, easy swing with barrel whip was repeated often and a strong lower half allowed for some present power. Demonstrated advanced barrel awareness registering bat-exit velocities of 85 mph. Ran a 7.27 60-yard dash. The primary catcher is an advanced receiver with a soft glove hand. Pop times ranged from 2.02-2.16 with an accurate 76 mph arm-strength from the crouch. Solid hip drive towards the target coupled with adequate transfers allowed for a moderate takeaway to come through a high ¾ arm-slot. Displayed feel for blocking on both sides of the plate evidenced by soft walls created during defensive evaluations.




A physically developed 6-foot, 180-pound muscular frame with strength. On the mound, the right-hander works from a simple and average tempo delivery that he repeats well before striding slightly across his body and finishing balanced. Arm action is clean and fluid in the back with moderate length, coming through a high-¾ slot with arm strength. Fastball was down from where we had seen it before (83-86), ranging 80-83 mph, commanded in the zone. Curveball shows rolling action with 11/5 shape at 60-63 mph, mostly strikes. Slider flashes short 10/4 shape at 68-72 mph.


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