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Uncommitted Spotlight: College of Southern Nevada

Phil Kerber
Assoc. Scout/JUCO Wire Editor

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College of Southern Nevada 

  • Michael Camburn, C, Silverado HS (NV), 2016
    6-foot-2, 200-pound right-handed hitting catcher. Offensively, gap-to-gap hitter with some pull power. Has gained strength in the offseason that has translated to more power in his swing. Defensively, pop times are consistently between 1.92 and 1.98 seconds. Very intelligent behind the plate, exhibits the leadership necessary to control a pitching staff. Started every first game of the series last year as a freshman.

  • Beau Capanna, IF/OF, Bishop Gorman HS (NV), 2016
    A transfer from the University of New Mexico. 5-foot-9, 175-pound right-handed hitting utility man, possesses the athleticism to play 2B/3B/OF. An advanced runner, has run a 6.60 60 yard dash previously. Speed translates to the basepaths as Capanna will be relied upon to provide 30-35 stolen bases this season. Offensively, top of the order bat, natural hitter, has the ability to find the barrel on a consistent basis, drives the ball to all fields.

  • Herbie Good, RHP, Puyallup HS (WA), 2016
    Potential draft prospect. 6-foot-8, 275-pound powerful right-handed pitcher. Fastball sits 92-93 mph, tops out at 95 mph. Complements fastball with a polished cut fastball and an above average breaking ball. As a starter last year, compiled a 3-1 record with a 4.63 ERA in 12 starts. Struck out 55 batters in 58.1 innings pitched. Will be relied upon to close this spring.

  • Jordan Macias, MIF/3B, James Campbell HS (HI), 2016
    5-foot-8, 160-pound infielder, plays bigger than his frame suggests. Offensively, handles the bat well, a tough out, has the ability to extend at-bats, nine strikeouts in 183 at-bats last season. Aggressive on the base paths, looking to take the extra base at all times. Will be looked upon to steal 20-25 bases this spring. Defensively, possesses above average arm strength. Last season, played almost every game at 3B and hit ninth. Batted .333 in 183 ABs with 11 doubles, 41 RBIs and 16 stolen bases. Moved to the leadoff spot come playoffs and excelled. This season will hit towards top of the order.

  • Tyce O’Neill, LHP, Thunder Ridge HS (CO), 2015
    6-foot-2, 175-pound left-handed pitcher. Reshirted freshman year due to ankle surgery. Saw limited action last spring out of the bullpen. Fastball sits 82-84 mph. Changeup is his go-to pitch, when on, is a legitimate out pitch. The No. 72 ranked prospect in PBR Colorado's Class of 2015.

  • Wyatt Featherston, OF, Green Mountain HS (CO), 2016
    A transfer from Western Kentucky University. 6-foot, 195-pound, right-handed hitting, athletic outfielder. Athleticism allows him to play all three outfield positions. Offensively, has natural gap-to-gap power and uses this in his approach to spray the ball to the deeper parts of the field. Defensively, average arm strength with good speed to cover the alleys when in CF. Will hit in the middle of the order this spring. Drafted out of high school in 34th round by the Rockies. The No. 9 ranked prospect in PBR Colorado's Class of 2016 and No. 212 Overall.

  • Peyton Koopman, OF, Boulder City HS (NV), 2016
    6-foot, 245-pound strong, powerful corner outfielder. Offensively, will hit for power. Last season hit .314 in 86 at-bats with six doubles and two home runs in a platoon role. Possesses above average arm strength from the outfield. A future Fire Science major, looking for a school that will provide the opportunity to play and study.

  • Jordon Wyke, RHP, Centennial HS (NV), 2015
    A transfer from San Diego St. University. Currently recovering from Tommy John surgery, will be at full strength around late October. Prior to surgery, worked from a sidearm slot.

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