Ohio Insider: 2016 Southern Unsigned Senior Games - Sneak Peek

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We would like to thank all who participated in PBR Ohio's 2016 Southern Unsigned Senior Games. This was a great opportunity for class of 2017 prospects to be put on radar of college coaches. Many players impressed during their individual workouts at the showcase. Below we have the complete statistical results from the event as well as the top performers across various different categories. 

In the coming weeks, we will be adding and updating profiles for each of the players in attendance, including complete analysis and video.

Interested in attending a PBR Ohio event? Check out our schedule by clicking here.

For now, please take a look at the statistical results by clicking here.

For insider information and scouting notes from the PBR staff during the 2016 spring and summer seasons visit the 2016 Ohio Scout Blog by clicking here.

SNEAK PEAK: Southern Ohio Unsigned Senior


Henry von Hollen, RHP, Big Walnut HS, 2017
Scouting Report: 6-foot-7, projectable righty that has a high ceiling for growth had a very impressive outing at the Southern Ohio Unsigned Senior Games. He uses a near over the top arm slot following a slower tempo windup and easy leg lift. Shows athleticism on the mound and presents above average arm speed. Von Hollen showed a fastball that sat between 84-88 mph that shows occasional late life. Slider had a sharp, 10/4 bite thrown at 75-78 mph, and was one of the best breaking balls on the day. Also, showed a changeup at 76 mph.

Chaney Morgan, RHP/3B, Kettering Fairmont, 2017
Scouting Report: The 6-foot-2, 180-pound right handed pitcher showed a feel for a three pitch arsenal. He starts with an easy delivery in which he is smooth throughout and gets good extension on the backside. Fastball is thrown with above average effort and reached 88 mph. Curveball is near 12/6 with good downward tilt, thrown between 65-69 mph. Slider sat 75 mph and displayed sharp break.

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