Cooper Chandler & Walker Sigman Highlight List Of 2017 Uncommitted Arms



By Toby Bicknell
Texas Scouting Director

Twitter: @PBR_Texas

The state of Texas is known for producing some of the top talent in the country, especially when it comes to pitching. Look to each and every corner of the state and you will find high end arms. Players mature and grow at their own rate, some bloom early in their high school career while others make jumps later. Even though the recruiting cycle has changed in the past few years with players are committing earlier and earlier, there are still uncommitted seniors that are coming into their own and putting together great seasons. Our staff has been out all spring covering games throughout the state. This week we will feature some of the top uncommitted seniors we have seen this spring. We start with two arms to highlight our coverage.

Cooper Chandler, RHP/SS, Wakeland HS, 2017
Approximately 6-foot-2, 185-pounds with a lean, athletic frame. Chandler works from a high-¾ slot with a short arm stroke and simple delivery. His fastball was...

Walker Sigman, RHP, Anderson HS, 2017
6-foot-3, 218-pounds. Sigman burst on to the scene in early January when he attended the North Texas Prospect Games. He works from a high-¾ slot with clean, elbow-dominant arm action. Up-tempo delivery with good energy, tilted shoulders and good directional front side to land in-line. He pounded the strike zone with his fastball jumping on hitters, ranging mostly from...

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