Prep Baseball Report

Ontario Senior Sleepers

Cam Black-Araujo
PBR Ontario Scout

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Ontario Senior Sleepers

Anthony Wyslobocki RHP / N/A, ON / 2020

Report: Wyslobocki is a right-hander that jumped onto the scene last year when he was up 85 mph in a late March bullpen. The 6-foot, 170-pound Etobicoke product is still a little raw on the mound but he has an athletic delivery and has shown he can repeat himself on the mound while throwing strikes. His fastball sits in the 82-84 range and with his quick arm, that number should continue to elevate. Wyslobocki also throws a 67-68 mph curveball and a 73-76 changeup, both of which he has shown feel for. If he can become more effective with his offspeed stuff, Wyslobocki is an arm that could be relied upon at the next level.

Sam Mitcham C / OF / Sinclair, ON / 2020

Report: Mitcham is a lanky catcher from the Toronto Mets, standing at 6-foot-1, 165-pounds. He moves well behind the dish with a strong arm and does a good job controlling a game and keeping balls in front of him. The bat to ball skills are there but if he can continue to fill out and get stronger, Mitcham will have no problem spreading the ball gap to gap. Added physicality will help both sides of his game and will be important for him as he prepares to step into a college lineup in 2021.

Kieran Pook OF / OF / ST Thomas Aquinas, ON / 2020

Report: Pook is a toolsy 5-foot-11, 160-pound outfielder from Great Lakes who has shown well in live game action. Pook ran 6.70 at T12 in September and covers ground in the outfield with an arm that’s been up to 84 and should easily surpass that this year. At the plate, it’s a closed stance from the right-side and he’s been able to find barrels in game. He produces hard contact and an exit velocity of 88 but should be able to tap into some power as he continues to grow and add some weight. Despite a tough showing with the bat at T12, Pook had a strong summer and is one of the top uncommitted outfielders in the province.

Tanner Dawe RHP / AB Lucas, ON / 2020

Report: Dawe is a big, strong right-hander from the Great Lakes Canadians who stands at 6-foot-2, 207-pounds and he showed well on the mound this summer. He was up to 88 when we watched him in May and was getting swings and misses on the fastball. Fastball will sit comfortably in the mid-80s and the slider sits around 73-75 and there’s feel for the pitch. The velo should continue to tick up and with some more bite on his slider, Dawe could be due for a bigger summer with Great Lakes.