Uncommitted Spotlight: Dyersburg State


Phil Kerber
Assoc. Scout/JUCO Wire Editor

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Dyersburg State

  • Andrew Swanson, OF, Allatoona HS (GA), 2016
    Georgia College & State transfer. 2017 Conference Player of the Year and All-American. Returns after a solid freshman year where he hit 0.379 with 16 HRs and 60+ RBI. 6-foot-4, 220-pound right-handed hitting outfielder, possesses 6.8 speed and 90+ mph from the outfield.

  • Chandler Adkins, OF, Grace Christian Academy (TN), 2015
    Lipscomb University transfer. Middle of the order bat, hit over .340 with 10+ HRs and 18 extra base hits. A shortstop in high school, transitioned to catcher at Lipscomb before converting to an outfielder, has adjusted well. Switch-hitter with a true left handed swing, continues to improve right-handed swing with more at-bats.

  • Daino Deas, 2B, Parkview HS (GA), 2015
    Auburn and Northwest Florida State College transfer. As a freshman hit 0.323, collecting 50 hits with 1 HR, 15 RBI, 29 R. Multi-tool second baseman with a solid glove and steady bat. Has the ability to hit to all fields and has good gap-to-gap power.

  • Ladarius Williams, 1B,  Brighton HS (TN), 2016
    Left-handed hitting first baseman with clean, quick footwork around the bag to go along with great hands. Was a huge part of Dyersburg’s national leading defense last season. An impact bat, hit 0.350 with 14 HRs and 75 RBI. Ranked No. 82 in PBR Tennessee’s Class of 2016.

  • Hagan Severance, OF, Ravenwood HS (TN), 2016
    Mississippi State transfer. Had a solid freshman year, batting 0.350+ with 10 HRs and a perfect 15-15 on stolen base attempts. A speedy center fielder with a plus arm from the outfield. With more consistency, expected to put up even better numbers. Ranked No. 14 in PBR Tennessee’s Class of 2016 and No. 222 Overall.

  • Tommy Morren, LHP, Independence (TN), 2016
    Memphis transfer. Strike thrower, fastball works 88-90 with a plus changeup and slider. Has feel and command for all three, and can throw for strikes at any time. Ranked No. 41 in PBR Tennessee’s Class of 2016.

  • Bryce O’Brien, RHP/INF, Etowah HS (GA), 2016
    Arizona Western CC transfer. Two-way prospect with big upside on the mound as a right-handed pitcher. This past fall was up to 92 mph with a high spin rate. Mixes in a hard, sharp slider with late break that gets a lot of swing and misses.

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