The Nine Most Promising Outfielders in Pennsylvania



By Greg Williams
PA Director of Scouting

Outfielders who can go get the ball and who can throw are becoming a coveted commodity in the era of the BBCOR bat. Pennsylvania has its share of talented outfielders and today the nine who are most promising are highlighted in our "12 Days of Christmas" series.

  1. JancarskiZach Jancarski, Class of 2014, Chestnut Hill Academy

    Jancarski runs a 6.8 60-yard dash and throws 90 mph from the outfield. At 6-foot, 180-pounds he has solid size and has two years yet to add to his frame. The University of Maryland commit will be one of the few juniors participating in the Prep Baseball Report Super 60 Showcase in February. Jancarski is ranked No. 2 in PA and No. 18 in the PBR combined rankings in the Class of 2014.

  2. Jimmy Webb, Class of 2015, Loyalsock Township HS

    Webb is a 6-foot-1, 170-pound OF who runs a 6.50 60-yard dash. He was named an All-State outfielder as a freshman in 2012. Webb, who is a three-sport athlete, has the ability to affect every baseball game he plays with his foot speed and athleticism. He is ranked No. 3 in PA and No. 21 in the PBR combined rankings in the Class of 2015.

  3. Parker Bean, Class of 2013, South Western HS

    Bean is an athletic, 6-foot-6, 205-pound RHP/OF who is a Liberty University recruit. The long limbed athlete can go get the baseball and has a 92 mph arm from the outfield. He is likely to get the opportunity to be a two-way player in college with a fastball that sits in the upper 80's and tops out at 89 mph. Bean is ranked No. 11 in PA and No. 106 in the PBR combined rankings in the Class of 2013.

  4. Von Walker, Class of 2013, Central Mountain HS

    Walker had a breakout sophomore season in 2011 when he hit .550 with 23 RBIs and 27 runs scored. The unsigned senior is a dual sport athlete who also quarterbacks his football team. Walker is ranked No. 12 in PA and No. 118 in the PBR combined rankings in the Class of 2013.

  5. Tyler Morris, Class of 2013, Warwick HS

    The 6-foot-4, 190-pound Morris is a Liberty University recruit and a three-year letter winner in both baseball and basketball at Warwick High School. Morris led his team in batting average in his sophomore and junior seasons. During his junior year, Morris hit .394 with a .417 on base percentage. Morris is ranked No. 13 in PA and No. 121 in the PBR combined rankings in the Class of 2013.

  6. Max Ponzurick, Class of 2014, Greensburg Salem HS

    Ponzurick a 6-foot-3, 220-pound outfieder from Greensburg Salem HS. He runs a solid 7.10 60-yard dash for a player his size and has a 90 mph arm from the outfield. Poznurick is coming off a sophomore season in which he hit .485. He is ranked No. 6 in PA and No. 43 in the PBR combined rankings in the Class of 2014.

  7. Luca Farina, Class of 2014, Cental Catholic HS

    Farina has a projectable frame at 6-foot-1, 215-pounds. He runs a 7.10 60-yard dash and has an 89 mph arm from the outfield. Farina is a potential two-way player topping at 86mph from the mound. The switch-hitter is ranked No. 13 in PA and No. 82 in the PBR combined rankings in the Class of 2014.

  8. Caleb Walls, Class of 2015, State College HS

    Walls is a 5-foot-10, 145-pound OF who ran a 7.22 60-yard dash and topped all outfielders with an 82 mph throwing arm at the Eastern PA Top Prospect Showcase in August. Walls is very fluid in his actions and takes precise routes to the baseball. He is ranked No. 10 in PA and No. 71 overall in the PBR combined rankings in the Class of 2015.

  9. Brett Kinneman, Class of 2015, West York HS

    Kinneman is a 6-foot-0, 175-pound left handed outfielder with an advanced hitting approach. As a freshman in 2012 he had four doubles, a triple and 9 RBI for the AA State Champions. He is ranked No. 16 in the PA Class of 2015 rankings.

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