Prep Baseball Report

Fall Follow Pitchers

Shooter Hunt
National Crosschecker

The fall season is picking up steam, and On the Hunt is back with a list of uncommitted pitchers in the 2020 and 2021 classes. Each one showcases a high ceiling with projectable builds and plenty of athleticism. These quick-armed pitchers are each players that college coaches will want to circle to follow closely this fall and moving forward.

Jenner Kehe RHP / SS / Lakewood, CO / 2020

Still developing physically with wiry frame, Kehe’s quick arm promises much more to come in the future. At 5-foot-11 and just 145-pounds, Kehe was able to generate fastballs that sat 85-87 at the PBR Future Games. His quick arm and impressive ability to get far down the mound before releasing the ball cause his the velocity to play up much higher, jumping on hitters at the plate. He counters the fastball with above average feel for a fading changeup at 73-74 along with a developing breaking ball that he is able to drop in for strikes at 70-71. I am a big fan of the way that Kehe’s quick arm works, and combined with his elasticity and athleticism, there is certain to be considerable progressions made as continues to mature and get stronger. 

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