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Ohio Insider: Top Uncommitted Underclass Pitching Prospects

Dylan Hefflinger
PBR Ohio Editor In Chief/NW Scout

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By: Dylan Hefflinger
PBR Ohio Editor in Chief/NW Scout

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Uncommitted Rundown:

***** Here is our rundown for next couple of weeks. Will be updated throughout the weeks.
+ 2018 Right-Handed Pitchers
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+ 2018 Two-Way Prospects
+ 2018 Catchers
+ 2018 Infielders
+ 2018 Outfielders
+ 2018 Sleeper Prospects
+ Underclass Pitchers
+ Underclass Two-Way Prospects
+ Underclass Catchers
+ Underclass Infielders
+ Underclass Outfielders

Ohio Insider: Top Uncommitted Underclass Pitching Prospects

With the Spring season and Summer showcase season coming to an end and the 2017-2018 high school sports season as well as fall ball underway, we would like to take a look at some of the top uncommitted prospects at each position. Over the next few weeks we will look at the top uncommitted underclass prospects. As you can see by the 2018 rankings, there are a good amount of commits all over the nation and plenty of talent left out there for colleges to find.

Today we are looking at the top uncommitted underclass pitching prospects in Ohio. We highlight 15 arms. We will look to create a few top uncommitted lists each week, as there are numerous talented prospects still available. Enjoy!

Class of 2019

Jack Pacetti LHP / 1B / Moeller, OH / 2019

A two-way prospect in the 2019 class. Shows abilities that make him attractive as a position player and a pitcher, however he profiles more as a pitcher at this stage. Pacetti has a very solid frame and can really pitch. Velocity is 82-84 mph but there is more to come. Works off his fastball that has arm side run. Showed advanced feel for both his breaking ball and changeup.  Breaking ball was very sharp on a 1/7 plane. Used it both as a set-up and put away pitch. Changeup has late sinking action to it at 74-75 mph. A left-handed hitter that starts in an athletic setup. Loading sequence is fluid prior to launch. Strong kid that takes a slightly downhill path to the baseball. Ball comes off his bat very well when he finds the barrel. Middle of the lineup type guy. A well-above average athlete for the first base position. Footwork is clean and he showed feel around the bag. Present glove skills are well-above average. Projects as a well above average defender at the next level.
60-yard dash: 7.3
Infield Velocity: 78
Exit Velocity: 90

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