Ontario Insider: Tournament 12 Tryout Notes



By Chris Kemlo and PBR Staff
Ontario Scouting Director

With over 700 kids this week attending Tournament 12 tryouts at the Rogers Centre, PBR Ontario has been on the field watching closely for new surprises and any updates and improvements on players we have seen. It is has been a strong three days so far and looking to cap off the final two days with more highlights and surprises.

We will have another article with more highlights of the week but we take a quick look at some of the players who have shown well so far.

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Ontario Insider: Tournament 12 Tryout Notes

Justin Snow, RHP, 2016
Scouting Report: Has added some size to his frame at 6-foot, 185-pounds. Snow was up to 87 mph in his 15 pitch bullpen, always been a strike thrower with good action to his arm side. Snow can throw three pitches for strikes and if he is able to maintain the velocity can be very strong college recruit.

Thomas Murphy, RHP, 2018
Scouting Report: Big and strong right-hander at 6-foot-2, 190-pounds. Murphy was 83-85 mph with his fastball, lots of strikes and was down in the zone. His curveball can be soft at times, when he learns to throw it harder it has the makings of a quality pitch as he shows the ability to spin it.

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