2019 Ontario Procase - Uncommitted Arms

Chris Kemlo
Ontario Director of Scouting

ProCase 19


With the 4th annual ProCase in the books, we take a look at 5 uncommitted arms who toed the rubber this past week and worked against some of the top hitters in the country. The 5 pitchers range from 2020-2021 graduates and needless to say, need to be coveted by college coaches this upcoming season. Check out reports below on how the ProCase went for the uncommitted standouts.

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2019 Ontario Procase - Uncommitted Arms

William Watson RHP / 3B / David Suzuki, ON / 2021

Report: Watson was a standout on the mound as the long 6-foot-5, 195-pound projectable right-hander was feeling all of his pitches working strictly out of the stretch in his two innings of work. Fastball worked down with sink and run at 85-88, he commanded the pitch to both sides of the plate and had some late life getting swings and misses. He had good feel for his slider as it was tight and sharp with 10/4 shape. It’s more caught in between of curveball/slider but plays to be a slider as he matures and develops. Also mixed in a splitter that has promise down the road. The actions play and arm works for Watson as he’s made big changes in a year and is one of the top uncommitted arms in the country.


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