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OK Top 20 Most Viewed Profiles of 2017: #15-11

Andy Urban
Oklahoma Scouting Director

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As 2017 comes to a close, PBR Oklahoma will recap the top 20 most viewed Oklahoma profiles. We are able to drill down into the data and track the number of reads thanks to Google analytics.

Today, we take a look at most viewed profiles #15-#11. 

Javier Ramos RHP / SS / Vian, OK / 2018

A Missouri State commit with a 6-foot-6, 190-pound athletic frame has a chance to be a true 2-way in college if he does not jump straight into professional baseball first. Offensively, the right-handed hitter shows consistent and simple rhythm with quick hands and bat speed. Exit velo of 91 with wood. Defensively, projects as a third baseman at the next level with solid hands and elite arm strength and accuracy, 89 mph across the diamond. Runs a 7.00 laser timed 60.

Braylen Wimmer SS / 2B / Yukon, OK / 2019

A a recent South Carolina commits, 6-foot-1, 150-pound frame with long legs, very projectable. Offensively, the right-handed hitter bats from a balanced, athletic set-up with rhythm in his hands. Uses a moderate, hanging stride for timing, very quick hands, and flat bat path. In BP, shows a pull gap, flat approach, was consistently on time and found barrels, one of the best rounds of the event. Exit velo of 89 mph that will continue to rise as he puts on size and strength. Runs a 6.76 60. Defensively, shows advanced hands and feet with consistently clean and confident actions. Throws from a low-3/4 slot, 81 mph across the diamond with accuracy. Easily one of the top SS at the Future Games. 

Jake Adams RHP / OF / Bethany , OK / 2018

A Cowley County commit,A 6-foot-3, 190-pound long and athletic frame with some strength. The right-hander works from an average tempo delivery with rhythm, high-leg kick, and glides to the dish under control. The arm action is long and loose with a full arm-circle and fast out front with some effort from a high-3/4 slot. The fastball jumps out of Adams' hand with some downhill tilt, 87-89 mph. Slider flashes some late and sharp action with 11/5 shape, 74-78 mph. Changeup shows some fade 80-81 mph. With his athleticism, frame, and arm speed, Adams is a talented prospect on the mound that will only get better

Kale Davis RHP / 3B / Westmoore, OK / 2019

Davis turned in one of the more impressive outings of the Future Games, and looked every bit of a future weekend starter at Oklahoma State, where he committed days later. The 6-foot-4, 210-pound right-hander showcased a loose, quick arm, and pounded the strike zone while working both corners with his fastball. He sat 86-89, and looks like he will throw even harder in the future. His crisp, clean delivery allowed him to repeat his high ¾ arm slot with ease, and should aid in his ability to continue progressing in the future. What really stood out to me, was his confidence in a near 12/6 curveball. The pitch featured big, two-tier break with tight spin at 73-76, and is already a swing and miss pitch. He demonstrates the ability to flip it over for strikes early in the count, and to get hitters to chase, later. Overall, given his big, athletic frame and loose arm, Davis should continue to get better at a rapid rate.

Jace Bohrofen OF / SS / Westmoore , OK / 2020

A physically advanced 6-foot-1, 175-pound frame with strength throughout. Offensively, the left-handed hitter bats from a slightly open, relaxed, and upright set-up with rhythm in his hands. Uses a moderate stride, hand load, short and flat to contact, high finish, and high end bat speed. In BP, shows a flat and mostly pull approach with occasional lift, also possesses easy opposite field juice, almost all barrels, 91 mph exit velo. Runs a 7.1 60. Defensively, shows easy, clean, and confident actions. Throws from an over the top slot with advanced accuracy and carry, 85 mph. Arguably, one of the best left-handed swings in his class.