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Ontario Scout Blog - Uncommitted Prospects

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Ontario Scout Blog - Uncommitted Gets

Taeg Gollert RHP / SS / Humberside, ON / 2022

Report: Gollert was one of the top performers on the Mississauga Scout day as the re-classed 2022 showed tools on both sides of the ball. He was up to 87 mph on the mound with clean actions and real good feel for his changeup. The 87 mph had life out the hand and Gollert worked both sides of the plate while the changeup worked as an out pitch on the day. Offensively, the BP was loud and the swing worked with quickness to contact and lots of barrels. Definite 22’ to make sure you are on and following

Noah Chang SS / RHP / Our Lady of Mount Carmel, ON / 2022

Report: An athletic middle of the diamond defender with confident and sure hands and arm strength to add. There is twitch at the plate and will be able to handle velocity. Chang showed his first step quickness at short with range to both sides and enough carry across the diamond which will only get stronger as he matures and adds strength and size.  

Sam Brown SS / 2B / Leaside High School, ON / 2021

Report: Brown was one of the standouts at Leaside scout day as the 2021 grad moved well in the 6 hole, making routine plays while he was 87 mph across the diamond. He took that to the mound where he topped out at 84 mph, but it is easy to see how that is going to play up. Running a 7.40 on a slow track and being 91 off the tee in exit velo, Brown is a senior that may fly under the radar, but we think will be a top player in the OBA senior class.

Nathaniel Worrell C / 1B / East York Collegiate, ON / 2022

Report: Worrell caught our attention as soon as he took his first swing at Leaside scout day as there was aggressiveness, bat speed, and intent right away. Pull side juice with quick and strong wrists, Worrell is going to punish baseballs and be a threat for the little league diamond in RF at Talbot park. The arm is clean and there is tools to work with from the 22’ Worrell.

Ethan Price RHP / OF / St.Stephen Catholic Secondary School, ON / 2022

Report: With the outfield group at Oshawa Scout day, you could see that Price could throw. It works with quickness out front and accuracy and carry from right-field. He took that same action to the mound and was 82-83, had feel for the strike zone with spin and a little slider that gave hitters fits. Price can throw, and you need to pay attention as its clean with more to come.

Michael Quick C / SS / Maxwell Heights, ON / 2022

Report: Quick has been one of the better left-handed hitting catchers we have seen this summer, and the simplicity, balance, and quickness he portrays from the left-side of the plate will allow Quick to make lots of hard contact while he uses the big part of the field. He’s athletic behind the plate, the actions play all over the diamond and will be a key contributor to any team he is on. The 2022 is only going to get better and stronger.

J.J. Dutton OF / SS / Forest Hill Collegiate, ON / 2021

Report: Dutton was one of the most impressive performers we saw not only at the Uncommitted Open, but the entire year. 96 mph from the outfield, ran a 6.73, 92 mph exit velo, and was strong in BP from the right side. Not sure why, but he is still uncommitted.

Aaron Manias 3B / SS / Uxbridge, ON / 2021

Report: Manias is one of the top uncommitted left-handed bats available in the 21’ class here in Ontario. It’s quick, strong, and is really going to play into some power at the next level. The arm strength and hands have improved where he can be reliable at the hot corner and give you time in left-field or even at first base if need be. Either way, its a bat that you get into the lineup.