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OK Summer Underclass Games Analysis: 2019 RHP's

Andy Urban
Oklahoma Scouting Director

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Prep Baseball Report Oklahoma hosted its first event of the summer at beautiful L.Dale Mitchell Stadium on the campus of OU. This event hosted nearly 80 of the top 2020 and 2019 graduates from around the state for a pro showcase followed by games. These talented underclassmen showed their skills in front of coaches from every level of college baseball as well as the PBR OK staff. 

All of the video, stats, and pictures from the event have been posted on each individual player's profiles. Over the next week and a half, we will be taking an in-depth look at each player from the event position by position.Though a few these 2019 grads listed below are two-way players, they will be covered here as RHP's. Each player's full profile can be viewed by clicking on their picture. 

2019 RHP's


A 6-foot-3, 200-pound durable build with strength throughout. Works from a simple, slightly up-tempo delivery. Has a short arm circle in the back with a quick change of direction before coming through a high-3/4 slot with a violent finish. Fastball had been up to 83 before, but sat 80-81 with some downhill tilt when at the bottom of the zone. Curveball shows 11/5 shape and flashed late depth with tight spin 66-67 mph. Changeup has fade at 71-72 mph. In the game, was around the zone with all three pitches. 


The 6-foot-1, 155-pound frame with plenty of room to add size and strength. Works from an average tempo delivery. Uses a full arm circle, coming through a high-3/4 slot. Fastball sat 78-80 mph with arm-side run. Breaking ball varied between 11/5 and 10/4 shape 72-73 mph. Changeup shows some fade 70-71 mph. Got a few swings and misses on fastballs and kept hitters off balance late in counts with off-speed pitches in the game. 

Blake Robertson 3B / OF / Edmond Santa Fe, OK / 2019

A lean 6-foot-4, 185-pound frame with room to add size and strength, very projectable. Works from an abbreviated, up-tempo wind up with a short leg kick that he repeats well. Throws with a full and fluid arm circle, high-3/4 slot, loose. Fastball sat 82-84 at this event but has been up to 87 mph. Slider shows short cutting action with occasional depth, 77-79 mph. Changeup shows consistent sink and fade, 76-77 mph. Both off speed pitches thrown with full arm speed. In the game, had a quick and clean inning filling up the strike zone with all three pitches. 


A 5-foot-8, 165-pound lean frame. Works from a simple, average tempo delivery with slightly below average effort. Uses a full arm circle, high-3/4 slot, fast and loose out front. Fastball ranged from 81-85 mph, flashing late arm-side run. Slider has 11/5 shape with some late bite. Changeup shows some fade, 70-71 mph. In the game, filled up the strike zone, got weak contact and punched out two. 

Mason Skrimager SS / C / Enid , OK / 2019

A 5-foot-10, 160-pound proportional athlete. Works from a controlled delivery with a smooth arm action, coming through a high-3/4 slot with arm speed out front. Fastball sits 83-85 mph with consistent late sink and run. Slider has 11/5 shape with tight spin and depth, 70-71 mph. In the game, threw both pitches for strikes consistently, getting mostly weak contact, slider was effective.  


A 6-foot-2, 185-pound lean frame with long limbs and some strength, highly projectable. The right-hander works from a deliberate delivery, uses a short arm circle in the back, throws from a high-3/4 slot with below average effort. Fastball flashes cut glove-side, 79-81 mph. Knuckle-curve shows 11/5 shape with depth, 66-67 mph. Split finger showed downward actions with varying east-west movement depending on what side of the plate it was thrown to, 67-73 mph. In game, pitched to both sides of the plate with the fastball, showed excellent tempo between pitches, struck out two batters on the split-finger with multiple swings and misses.  


A 6-foot-1, 165-pound lean frame with plenty of room to add size and strength. Works from an average tempo delivery with rhythm and below average effort. Arm action is long in the back, coming through a high-3/4 slot. Fastball keeps its plane, 80-83 mph, has previously been up to 85. Slider flashed depth with 11/5 shape, 69-70 mph. Changeup kept its plane, 77-78 mph. After some command issues early, really settled into his inning of work, challenging hitters.