Most Viewed Player Profiles of 2015: No. 7 Brendon Little



By Greg Williams
Pennsylvania Director of Scouting

After drilling down into our google analytics we have compiled a list of the ten most visited Pennsylvania profiles on the Prep Baseball Report website in 2015.  During the month of December we will count down to the end of the year with a look at those profiles that were most viewed.

No. 7 Brendon Little

http://extras.mnginteractive.com/live/media/site14/2014/0613/20140613__8cc816f1-480f-4a70-affb-47450eeed641~p2_200.jpgPBR Draft Notes: June 3, 2015 Good stuff with iffy command is a familiar refrain when it comes to high school arms. Little fits neatly into that box, with an additional question mark surrounding his ability to carry his velocity deep into games. The 6-foot-2, 200-pounder flashed a low-90s fastball early in his outings this spring before settling into the upper 80s by the middle innings. Depending on the day, his secondary offering of choice was a sharp, upper-70s curveball with 1/7 shape or a mid-70s changeup with sink and fade. Little lands on a stiff front leg and, at times, will live at or above the belt, or out of the zone altogether—he walked eight in 2.2 innings in one outing this spring. It is that last piece that could have clubs deciding to see how he develops after three years at North Carolina.

Little went on to be drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the 36th round and is currently a freshman at North Carolina.

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