Ohio Insider: Notes on Catchers from Preseason All-State

By Jordan Chiero
Scouting Director
PBR Ohio

During the coming days, we will be providing insider news and notes as we break down players at each position from the Preseason All-State event.

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

If you haven't checked out the complete stats, please click here.

Also, take a look at PBR Ohio Executive Director, Chris Valentine's, Five Takeaways From Preseason All-State.

So far, we have touched on middle infielders and corner infielders.

Today, the focus turns to catchers.

Clean Sweep for Mathis

Amongst a group of very talented catchers, 2017 catcher Brock Mathis (Fairfield HS) was the top performer. Whether it was measurables or overall performance, the Louisville commit led the way amongst catchers.

Mathis looks the part at 6-foot-3, 205-pounds. During his defensive workout, he showed off impressive catch and throw skills, registering pop times of 1.90 to 1.97 and 79 mph arm strength to second base.

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