College Pitchers with Draft Helium

David Seifert
Director of College Scouting

We've only completed four weeks of the D1 baseball season, but here are nine 2020 draft-eligible pitchers who are already creating a buzz in the scouting industry.

Christian Chamberlain, JR, LHP, Oregon State– Chamberlain has a lightning-quick arm and had always shown electric stuff out of the bullpen. This spring he has moved into the Friday starter role and he’s proving that he can maintain the quality of his stuff throughout, despite his undersized stature at 5-foot-10, 175 pounds. He racked up 12 strikeouts over 5.1 scoreless innings at Mississippi State, pitching at 92-94 for the first two innings, then settling in comfortably at 90-93 into the sixth. His calling card is his breaking ball, which ranged from 75-79 mph, usually showing sharp 12-to-6 break and excellent depth. It’s a consistently solid-average to above-average offering that flashes plus, a true swing-and-miss pitch. Chamberlain’s size...

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