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2015 Draft Blog

Several states in Prep Baseball Report's coverage area have their own scout blog, covering the landscape of high school baseball to no end. The Draft Blog compiles any of those entries pertinent to the current draft year so you can read it in one, central location. The 2015 Major League Baseball Draft takes place in early June and there are plenty of prospects within PBR's coverage that anticipate hearing their name called.

Hoeing Flashes His Upside - 5/14/15

By Nathan Rode
National Supervisor

In his sixth start of the season, RHP Bryan Hoeing (Batesville HS, IN) went up against Franklin County HS, IN, in front of about a dozen scouts and cruised through seven innings. His fastball was in the 88-91 mph range the whole game with good arm-side life that induced weak contact from opposing hitters.

Hudson Continues To Dominate - 5/14/15

By Ryan Quigley
Illinois Scouting Director

LHP Bryan Hudson (Alton HS, IL) is lanky and athletic at 6-foot-8, 215 pounds with wide shoulders, a high waist and extremely long levers. He is quickly climbing up draft boards this spring with dominant performances. Signability aside, he is a potential early-round pick. Hudson works from a short, quick, high-3/4 arm slot with a tall-and-fall delivery.

Montgomery, Watson Face Off - 5/13/15

By Nathan Rode
National Supervisor

A few dozen scouts, including a bunch of crosscheckers and directors, showed up to Lawrence North HS, IN, to see Wildcats RHP Nolan Watson. They also got an added bonus with RHP Jarrett Montgomery (Lawrence Central HS, IN) getting the start in the rivalry game. Neither pitcher had their best stuff, but hits were hard to come by for both teams.

Madden Proves He’s Colorado’s Top Pitcher - 5/12/15

By John Cackowski
Colorado Scouting Director

Currently ranked the No. 3 prospect in Colorado’s 2015 class, RHP/3B Ryan Madden (Fairview HS, CO) is committed to Oklahoma as a two-way player. On the mound, Madden has a choppy delivery that gives him deception. He uses a quick pace and three-pitch mix.

Grady Delivers Solid Outing - 5/5/15

RHP Malcolm Grady (Homewood-Flossmoor HS, IL), a Wabash Valley JC recruit and the No. 13 prospect in Illionois’ 2015 class, stands at 6-foot-4, 195 pounds. He has received considerable pro interest this season due to his projection and perceived signability. Against Lockport HS, his velocity wasn’t the same as earlier in the season when he hit 92 mph multiple times, but he was consistently around 87-89 for his entire appearance.

Pickett Finding A Groove - 4/30/15

OF Greg Pickett (Legend HS, CO) got off to a slow start this season, going 2-for-14 in his first six games, but the Mississippi State recruit has turned it on since. He has at least one hit in 10 of his last 13 games and more than half his hits on the season are for extra bases. Against Regis Jesuit HS this week, he went 1-for-5 with a home run, giving him six on the year.

Fenter Shows Better Command - 4/29/15

RHP Gray Fenter (West Memphis HS, AR) has a large frame and thick build at 6-foot-1, 210 pounds. In his start Wednesday night, he attacked the zone with his fastball, sitting 92-94 mph and touching 96.

Russell Fans Nine - 4/28/15

RHP Ashe Russell (Cathedral HS, IN) took the mound Tuesday night with many scouts in attendance, including some scouting directors. The Texas A&M recruit pitched six innings, allowing no runs on three hits and one walk.

Nikorak Strikes Out 10 - 4/27/15

RHP Mike Nikorak (Stroudsburg HS, PA) took the hill Friday, making just his fifth appearance of the 2015 season. It was heavily attended as a few dozen scouts were in attendance, including several scouting directors.

An Alabama recruit, Nikorak overmatched opposing hitters even though his stuff was inconsistent. He went five innings—the game was shortened by the mercy rule—striking out 10 while walking four and allowing one hit.

Vierling Bests O’Fallon - 4/25/15

Two-way talent Matt Vierling (Christian Brothers College HS, MO), who’s one of the top prospects in the Midwest, took to the hill on Saturday outside St. Louis. The Notre Dame recruit didn’t disappoint, as he pitched the Cadets to a 2-1 victory over host O’Fallon HS, IL. Vierling, who’s the No. 1 2015 prospect in Missouri, allowed one run and four hits in 5.2 innings.

Enright Wins Without Best Stuff - 4/24/15

About a dozen scouts showed up to The Steward School, VA, to see RHP Nic Enright Friday evening as he faced St. Anne’s Belfield HS, VA. He didn’t have his best stuff, but battled enough to get the win.

Wilson Has Helium In Missouri - 4/23/15

By Shon Plack
Missouri Scouting Director

RHP Kyle Wilson (Raymore-Peculiar HS, MO) had a host of scouts in to see him pitch Thursday. He sat 90-92, touching 93 several times.

Hoeing Makes Second Start After ACL Tear - 4/21/15

By Phil Wade
Indiana Executive Director

RHP Bryan Hoeing (Batesville HS, IN) has quickly returned from tearing his ACL and made his second start of the 2015 season Tuesday evening. The 6-foot-6 right-hander appears to be nearing full strength. He pitched four innings in a 3-0 victory, striking out eight while allowing a one hit and a hit batter.

Russell Fans Eight In First Start - 4/18/15

By Mark De La Garza
Northeast Indiana Area Scout

RHP Ashe Russell (Cathedral Catholic HS, IN) made his first start of 2015 on Saturday. He’s physically strong and mature. In five innings, he struck out eight while allowing three hits and four walks. His first pitch was 93 mph and he sat 90-93 throughout his appearance. He has a quick arm through a 3/4 slot. His slider sat 82-84 with hard, late break.

Parsons Tosses Five No-Hit Innings - 4/11/15

By Jerry Shank
Maryland Scouting Director

RHP Hunter Parsons (Parkside HS, MD) threw a five-inning no-hitter on Saturday against rival Bennett HS, MD, with eight strikeouts. Parsons pitched at 90-91 mph in the first inning then sat 87-90 mph in his final four innings of work in front of the pro scouts in attendance.

Jenkins, Montgomery Take The Hill At Super Prep - 4/10/15

Despite some nasty weather, Kentucky’s Ballard HS hosted the 2015 Super Prep Series last week and had some interesting draft prospects in attendance. Kentucky scouting director Chris Fuller was bouncing around the various fields and filed the following reports on RHPs Liam Jenkins (Lincoln-Way North HS, IL) and Jarrett Montgomery (Lawrence Central HS, IN).

Stadler Dominates Carmel - 4/7/15

RHP Fitz Stadler (Glenbrook South HS, IL), an Arizona State recruit and Illinois’ No. 8 prospect in the 2015 class, pitched against Carmel HS, IL, on a frigid afternoon and threw a five-inning no hitter. Stadler stands at 6-foot-8, 220 pounds, is athletic and moves extremely well for his size. He struck out 11 in the game shortened by the mercy rule and walked two.

Burkholder, Jenkins Face Off - 4/2/15

In a must-see game, two of the top pitchers from Illinois and Indiana’s 2015 classes squared off in an early season matchup. RHPs Liam Jenkins (Lincoln-Way North HS, IL) and Noah Burkholder (Crown Point HS, IN) will be high follows throughout the spring and did scouts a favor by going head-to-head this week.

Jenkins, an Arizona State recruit, sat 91-93 mph in the first inning, touching 94 multiple times. He held his velocity well in the middle innings, sitting 90-92 and then was 88-90 in the fifth.

Burkholder allowed two runs in an abbreviated outing in which he was on a 50-pitch limit. He has a plus frame at 6-foot-6, 205 pounds with wide shoulders. He works from a high-3/4 arm slot and lands in line with home plate. He allowed two runs in 1.2 on two hits and two walks while striking out three.

Grady Makes His 2015 Debut - 4/1/15

RHP Malcolm Grady (Homewood-Flossmoor HS, IL) is lanky and athletic at 6-foot-4, 195 pounds and came out firing in his first outing of the year. He ranged from 89-92 in the first, with a majority of his fastballs being 91-92.

Donovan Goes Deep - 3/30/15

Currently the top prospect in Illinois, SS Charlie Donovan (Westmont HS, IL) stands at 5-foot-11, 180 pounds and hits from the left side. Before a game against Nazareth HS, IL, he took batting practice at Westmont and showed a line-drive, gap-to-gap approach and spray line-drive home runs to all fields.

Logan Allen Cruises at IMG National Classic - 3/30/15

By Nathan Rode
National Supervisor

+ Starting for IMG Academy in its first-round game against Port St. Lucie HS, FL, was LHP Logan Allen, a South Carolina recruit. Allen has a strong frame and looks to have shed some weight since last summer and his arsenal has benefited from being in better shape.

Little Strikes Out Nine In First Spring Start – 3/30/15

Making his 2015 debut, LHP Brendon Little (Conestoga HS, PA) showed a lively fastball at 92-93 mph in his first inning of work. He was 90-92 in the second inning and 88-90 in the third—after a long layoff due to a nine-run half inning from his offense.

Morris makes spring debut – 3/25/15

By PBR Maryland Staff

Mother Nature has not been kind to Maryland so far, but the season has started and RHP Cody Morris (Reservoir HS, MD) made his debut in front of more than a dozen scouts. As expected, he had some rust, but the 6-foot-5, 205-pound South Carolina recruit sat 89-92 with late run, mainly utilizing his fastball and overpowering the Hammond HS, MD, lineup in his three innings of work.

Jenkins, Ostrowski Make Spring Debuts - 3/21/15

By Sean Duncan
Executive Director

Baseball is underway in Illinois and the Lincoln-Way North HS duo of RHP Liam Jenkins and LHP Kyle Ostrowski made their spring debuts. It wasn’t the best look, given the 40-degree temperatures and how early it is for them.

Jenkins, the No. 5 prospect in Illinois’ 2015 class, has a hulking frame at 6-foot-8, 235 pounds. He came out hot, sitting mostly 90-92 in the first, touching 93 once.

Ostrowski, the No. 2 prospect in Illinois and a Purdue recruit, pitched the final two innings of this game. There wasn’t much to be gleaned from his brief stint, other than he was his usual self, showing off his athleticism and clean, easy arm action.

The Rode Show: Day 7 - 3/21/15

After a look at one of the country's top underclassman, The Rode Show returned to the draft scene for its final day of the first chapter in Florida. RHP Cole Sands (North Florida Christian HS, FL), a Florida State recruit and one of the top righties in the country, was without his best stuff against Tampa Jesuit HS on Saturday, but still competed throughout his outing. Sands is the younger brother of LHP Carson Sands, who was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the fourth round last year.

Dalesandro Out To Prove It With His Bat - 3/21/15

By Ryan Quigley
Illinois Scouting Director

C Nick Dalesandro (Joliet Catholic Academy, IL) is 6-foot-2, 185 pounds, wiry and athletic with room to add weight. The knock on Dalesandro has been on whether or not he will hit enough and he looks to be on a mission to prove scouts wrong. In early batting practice, he hit seven balls out from left field to left center. It’s 335 feet down the line and 370 feet in the gaps at Joliet Catholic.

The Rode Show: Day 5 - 3/19/15

Against Tampa Prep, SS Brendan Rodgers (Lake Mary HS, FL) laced a single up the middle in his first at-bat before popping and grounding out weakly in his next two. He has looked a little anxious at times this week and was caught out on his front foot in this game. In his fourth at-bat, he stayed back and showed off his good, short and quick swing, launching a ball to left-center field for a home run. It was his fifth of the season.

After seeing Lake Mary win, we were off to Leesburg, FL, to see RHP Brady Singer (Eustis HS, FL). Singer has a tall, lean frame at 6-foot-5, 180 pounds with plenty of room to fill out and add strength down the road. The first thing that jumped out about the Florida recruit was while he was loosening up to throw his pregame session in the bullpen.

The Rode Show: Day 4 - 3/18/15

RHP Triston McKenzie (Royal Palm Beach HS, FL) had a pitch limit of 50 for his start on Wednesday afternoon, but needed just 48 to breeze through five innings. He struck out five and allowed three baserunners—two hits and a hit batter. Two of those were erased on an interference call and pickoff so he faced just one over the minimum.

SS Ryan Mountcastle (Hagerty HS, FL), a Central Florida recruit, had a bout with the flu recently, but seemed to be back at full strength despite losing about 10 pounds in a week. Even with the wind blowing in, Mountcastle launched several balls out of the park in batting practice, showing off his big, easy raw power. He has long limbs so it’ll be hard for him to have a short, compact swing, but it certainly looked shorter and more direct than last summer.

The Rode Show: Day 3 - 3/17/15

LHP Thomas Szapucki (Dwyer HS, FL), a Florida recruit, took the hill Tuesday night with at least 15 scouts in the stands to see him go against SS Jonathan India (American Heritage-Delray HS, FL). There also at least three scouting directors and a front office executive there.

Earlier in the day, we caught a few more at-bats from SS Brendan Rodgers (Lake Mary HS, FL) in a loss to Chiles HS, FL. Rodgers was 0-for-2, but drove in two runs with a groundout and sacrifice fly. He looked to be off balance, hitting off his front side.

The Rode Show: Day 2 - 3/16/15

By Nathan Rode
National Supervisor

The first game on the docket for Monday was American Heritage-Delray HS, FL, going against Sanford Seminole HS, FL. American Heritage-Delray has SS Jonathan India, a Florida recruit and the No. 10 prospect in the state. It was a big day for India, as he went 2-for-3 with a home run, double and four RBIs. In his first two at-bats, India saw just two pitches. The first one cleared the left-field wall for a home run. After a groundout and sacrifice fly, he hit a long double to right-center field to knock in two more runs.

After seeing India, it was time to head down the road to see SS Brendan Rodgers (Lake Mary HS, FL). Playing against Barron Collier HS, FL, Rodgers was 2-for-5 with a double and run scored. He hit a few balls hard, with the double going down the left field line. He lined out softly to the shortstop, who made a nice play, in his second at-bat.

The Rode Show: Day 1 - 3/15/15

By Nathan Rode
National Supervisor

The Canadian Junior National Team faced off against the Toronto Blue Jays Sunday afternoon and a large contingent of scouts was on present to see Team Canada’s talent on display.

1B Josh Naylor (St. Joan of Arc HS, ON) had his usual aggressive approach, taking big hacks with his electric bat speed and finished the day 1-for-4 with a run scored. OF Demi Orimoloye (St. Matthew HS, ON) went 0-for-4, but put the ball in play in every at-bat and even drove a long fly ball to the warning track in left.

OF Miles Gordon (St. Ignatius of Loyola Collegiate HS, ON) didn’t collect a hit either, but certainly catches attention with his lean frame at 6-foot-1, 180 pounds and speed.

OF Tristan Pompey (Jean Vanier Catholic SS, ON) was 0-for-4 with an RBI. He has quick-twitch athleticism and speed, though his overall game is raw.

RHP Mike Soroka, a 6-foot-4, 195-pound righty, made his 2015 debut and allowed seven runs (one earned) on six hits and one walk while striking out two in two innings. Don’t read too much into the result as it was a 17-year-old going against major league hitters and Soroka remained confident in himself after the game. He started out strong, sitting 93-94 mph on the first several fastballs and was 91-92 out of the stretch while showing some life.

Singer Strikes Out 10 - 3/11/15

RHP Brady Singer (Eustis HS, FL) struck out 10 against Lake Minneola HS, FL, allowing two runs on four hits in seven innings of work. His fastball had run and sink, ranging from 87-94 mph in this outing. He sat mostly at 89-91 for the whole game.

Everett Makes 2015 Debut - 3/11/15

Rain washed out games in Louisiana on Wednesday so PBR Louisiana state director Trey Sofio jumped in the car and headed over to Gulf Shores, AL, to see 2015 RHP Donny Everett (Clarksville HS, TN) and filed this report:

+ A 6-foot-2, 220-pound righty, Everett has an athletic, extremely strong and imposing frame. He has a clean, loose arm action and his delivery is in line. He pitches with some effort and has above-average arm speed out of a high-3/4 release. He displayed a true power fastball in this outing.

McClanahan Flashes Pop-Up Stuff - 3/5/15

By Rob Sidwell
Florida Scouting Director

On a night that was reportedly slow for Florida scouts, LHP Shane McClanahan (Cape Coral HS, FL) took full advantage of many in attendance—including at least one scouting director.

Lee Breezes Through Opposing Hitters - 3/3/15

By Trey Sofio
Louisiana Scouting Director

RHP Nick Lee (South Beauregard HS, LA), the No. 1 prospect in Louisiana’s 2015 class, stands at 6-foot-4, 190 pounds and is committed to Louisiana-Lafayette. He has an athletic, lanky frame with wide shoulders and room to add strength. He has a long arm action with slight stiffness and wrap on the backend, but his arm is lightning quick and comes through a high-3/4 slot.

St. Thomas Moore HS, LA HS Vs Barbe HS, LA - 2/21/15

By Trey Sofio
Louisiana Scouting Director

LHP Hogan Harris (St. Thomas Moore HS, LA) is the No. 2 prospect in Louisiana's 2015 class and committed to Louisiana-Lafayette. He stands at 6-foot-2, 195 pounds and threw well in limited action in a scrimmage. He sat 87-90 and was up to 92 with good, late sink.

Park Vista HS, FL VS Jupiter HS, FL - 2/19/15

RHP Austin Smith (Park Vista HS, FL) is a Florida Atlantic recruit and has a big frame at 6-foot-4, 225 pounds. In this outing, his fastball sat 89-92 mph with average life.

SS Matthew Mika (Park Vista HS, FL), a Central Florida recruit, stands at 5-foot-9, 180 pounds. This was a tough game for him as he had two errors, a strikeout and popped out to third base. But he can play.

Olympia HS, FL VS Lake Brantley HS, FL - 2/18/15

By Rob Sidwell
Florida Scouting Director

LHP Juan Hillman (Olympia HS, FL), a Central Florida recruit, stands at 6-foot-1, 175 pounds. He is lean and loose with a live, athletic and projectable body and live arm. He has a fluid delivery with some deception and hides the ball in back, landing in line and repeating.

North Florida Christian HS, FL VS Bay HS, FL - 2/13/15

By Justin Burgess
Florida Area Scout

RHP Cole Sands (North Florida Christian HS, FL) was sharper in his second outing of the season, facing Bay HS. The Florida state recruit showed an improved slider, which broke more like a cutter, but late. It doesn't have two-plane break, but it's tight and has late action at 82-85 mph.

Gulf Coast HS, FL VS Naples HS, FL - 2/13/15

CF Garrett Zech (Naples HS, FL) has a lean, live and athletic body with projection at 6-foot-2, 195 pounds. A South Florida recruit, he went 1-for-2 with a walk and hit a missile for a single over the shortstop's head in this game. Zech is physical and a plus athlete with the reads, breaks, aggressiveness and instincts to remain in center field.

Mater Academy, FL vs Braddock HS, FL - 2/12/15

OF Danny Reyes (Mater Academy, FL) swing the bat well against Braddock, going 2-for-4 and having three hard-hit balls to the opposite field.

Gulliver Prep, FL vs Westminster Christian HS, FL - 2/11/15

3B Julian Infante (Westminster Christian HS, FL) has a strong, blocky and athletic body at 6-foot-3, 205 pounds. A Vanderbilt recruit, he went 2-for-3 with two hard-hit line drives against Gulliver Prep, the first of which he drove to left-center field to score a run.

George Jenkins HS, FL VS Trinity Prep, FL - 2/11/15

By Rob Sidwell
Florida Scouting Director

RHP Ryan Olenik (Trinity Prep HS, FL), a Mississippi recruit, is a 6-foot-4, 180-pound righty with a tall, skinny frame. He has a loose, quick arm and pitches with some effort from a 3/4 slot. 

Hagerty HS, FL VS Masters Academy, FL - 2/10/15 

By Rob Sidwell
Florida Scouting Director

SS Ryan Mountcastle (Hagerty HS, FL), a Central Florida recruit, has a tall, loose and lean frame at 6-foot-3, 185 pounds. He is projectable and athletic. His actions are loose and athletic in the infield and he has average range. His hands and feet work well, though he lacks arm strength. He plays shortstop for Hagerty, but will have to move off the position at the next level. 

North Florida Christian HS, FL VS Aucilla Christian HS, FL - 2/7/15

By Justin Burgess
Florida Area Scout

RHP Cole Sands (North Florida Christian HS, FL) is a Florida State recruit and has a tall, strong and athletic build and a strong lower half. He stands at 6-foot-3, 205 pounds. In his windup, he steps straight back, his hands go over his head, his arm goes back in line with second base and he lands in line to home plate. He is a high energy guy that works fast.

Mater Academy, FL VS Coral Gables HS, FL - 2/5/15

By Rob Sidwell
Florida Scouting Director

OF Daniel Reyes (Mater Academy, FL), a Florida recruit, stands at 6-foot-2, 200 pounds with a big, strong body and big raw power. He played fine in center field, but lacks ideal range for the position.

C Elih Marrero (Coral Gables HS, FL) is a Mississippi State recruit with a strong, stocky body at 5-foot-9, 185 pounds, similar to Ivan Rodriguez. Marrero caught fine and threw really well in this game. He picked runners off second and first base and nearly got another off of third.

North Florida Christian HS, FL VS Aucilla Christian HS, FL - 2/7/15

By Justin Burgess
Florida Area Scout

RHP Cole Sands (North Florida Christian HS, FL) is a Florida State recruit and has a tall, strong and athletic build and a strong lower half. He stands at 6-foot-3, 205 pounds. In his windup, he steps straight back, his hands go over his head, his arm goes back in line with second base and he lands in line to home plate. He is a high energy guy that works fast.

IMG Academy, FL VS Clearwater HS, FL - 2/4/15

By Justin Burgess
Florida Area Scout

3B Ryan Karstetter (IMG Academy, FL), a Virginia recruit and ranked No. 23 in the state, stands at 6-foot-4, 200 pounds. He's tall, strong and athletic and continues to fill out into a nice looking athlete. In the field, Karstetter has good actions with decent hands and some arm strength.

A South Carolina recruit, SS L.T. Tolbert (IMG Academy, FL) is ranked No. 25 in Florida. He stands at 6-foot-3, 175 pounds and also pitches. He has a tall, loose and lean body with plenty of room to add weight.

CF Danny Blair (IMG Academy, FL) has a stocky, strong, athletic and live frame. He's a power runner with good actions in the outfield with instincts. He tracks the ball well and has plenty of arm strength.

Plant HS, FL VS Osceola HS, FL - 2/4/15

By Rob Sidwell
Florida Scouting Director

RHP Jake Woodford (Plant HS, FL), the state's No. 12 prospect and a Florida recruit, stands at 6-foot-4, 205 pounds with a big, strong and athletic pitcher's frame. He has a wide back and strong lower half. He has a quick arm with some effort in his delivery, pitching from a high-3/4 slot.

OF Kyle Tucker (Plant HS, FL), also a Florida recruit, is ranked seventh in the state. He stands at 6-foot-4, 185 pounds. He is tall, loose and lean, similar to Shawn Green. He has loose actions with an above average arm. He has good reads and takes good routes in the outfield, tracking the ball well.

Park Vista HS, FL vs Dwyer HS, FL - 2/3/15

By Rob Sidwell
Florida Scouting Director

RHP Austin Smith (Park Vista HS, FL), Florida's No. 3 prospect and a Florida Atlantic recruit, has a big, strong frame with high, thick hips and long, loose arms. He stands at 6-foot-5, 220 pounds, similar to Lee Smith. His arm works loose and easy from a high-3/4 slot.

LHP Thomas Szapucki (Dwyer HS, FL) is committed to Florida and ranked 17th in the state. He has a strong, athletic frame at 6-foot-2, 190 pounds, similar to Sean Burnett. He pitches from a low-3/4 slot with a live, loose arm.

SS Matthew Mika (Park Vista HS, FL) is a smaller framed guy at 5-foot-9 and 170 pounds. A Central Florida recruit, he has very good actions with soft, quick hands.

Lake Mary HS, FL Vs. Orangewood Christian HS, FL - 2/2/15

SS Brendan Rodgers (Lake Mary HS, FL) is a 6-foot, 190-pound shortstop committed to Florida State. He looked very smooth in the field with loose, easy actions and softness in his hands. He showed an above average arm and made a nice barehanded play that he had to charge, showing very good body control.

C Jackson Lueck (Orangewood Christian HS, FL), a 6-foot-1, 180-pound catcher, took a good BP and showed average power. He has a good approach with quickness in his bat and a good path. He has loft in his swing, but just lacks strength right now. He will have future power.

Royal Palm Beach Intrasquad - 1/30/15

By Justin Burgess
Area Scout

RHP Triston McKenzie (Royal Palm Beach HS, FL) threw three innings in an instrasquad scrimmage, looking as though he was ready for the season. He has a tall, loose and lean frame with projection at 6-foot-5, 160 pounds. He has a very loose, easy arm action from a high-3/4 slot.

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