OK Top 20 Most Viewed Profiles of 2017: #5-#1

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 #5-#1.


Dax Fulton LHP / 1B / Mustang , OK / 2020

Fulton, a re Vanderbilt commit, has long limbs and a strong lower half at 6-foot-6, 210 pounds. He pitches with a clean, up-tempo delivery and comes through a high-3/4 slot with a fluid arm action. His fastball sits 84-87 with occasional cut. His changeup has late fade and depth at 75-77. His curveball shows excellent depth when down in the zone. It has 1/7 shape and ranges from 73-79. 


Conner Uselton OF / Southmoore, OK / 2017

6/2016 - Made hard contact with bat speed. Balanced. Strength in hands. Slight arm bar. Ran a 6.6 60. Average arm strength from outfield.  A 6-foot-3, 185- pound athletic build. Offensively, stays balanced, good bat speed with strength in his hands, arm bar load, routinely squares the ball up with a loose swing. Average runner. Athletic, moves well.





Jake Taylor C / Shawnee, OK / 2017

2-5-17-Oklahoma State recruit. 6-foot-1, 200-pound frame, muscular build, defined lower half, strong forearms and hands. Offensively, was a clear standout, arguably the top right-handed bat at the Super 60. Advanced, quiet approach at the plate. Generates premium bat speed with little effort, simple and strong to the ball, barrel stays flat through zone for extended time, consistently barreled balls, center cut, to both power alleys with backspin carry. Mechanically quiet, repeats well, rhythm in hand load, maintains excellent balance through contact, stays strong through the ball. Registered 104 mph exit velocity with wood, second-best at the event. Highly athletic feet for his stature. Agile behind the plate, concise footwork out of the chute, moves well laterally, ran a 7.18 laser-timed 60. Solid receiver, shows soft hands, blocks well, flexibility in the hips, low setup, strong base. Pop times ranged between 2.01-2.05, average carry and accuracy, 76 mph from the crouch.   


Ryan Vilade SS / Stillwater, OK / 2017

9/2016 - Made USA 18U National Team.
7/24/16 - Showed off his power by winning the home run derby, defeating Adell and Greene in the finals. Many of his homers weren’t cheap ones, either, including a few that left the park. Aside from his power, the Oklahoma State recruit also made an impressive run-through play in the game.


Nate Wohlgemuth RHP / OF / Owasso, OK / 2020

Wohlgemuth has a barrel-chested frame at 5-foot-9, 220 pounds. He has an up-tempo, athletic delivery with a fast arm and quality leg drive. He sat 92-94 and showed an excellent changeup with some fade at 80-82. He breaking ball had slurvy shape and some depth at 75-79. At the plate, he is short to the ball with strong hands and a rotational finish, 91 mph exit velo. Ran a 6.72 60 and threw 95 mph from the outfield.