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DFW Top Prospects Showcase: Top Prospects

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PLANO, TX - Here are the top prospects from our DFW 2019 Grad Event.

Top Prospects



Physical 6-0, 187-pound frame with wide shoulders, and a strong lower half.  Dallas Baptist commit. Freeman crushed a 95 mph exit velo off the tee, and the power translated into BP where he put on a show making loud contact throughout the round.  Freeman starts in a slightly open athletic stance with his hands high, he has a smooth load into his backside with a small leg kick, and he lowers his hands into a nice slot and works from behind the ball to create power and lift in his swing.  Freeman drove the ball deep to the gaps in batting practice and he left the yard to left field. He has easy effort in the swing, and excellent balance with explosive bat-speed. Freeman showed fluidity in his footwork working around the baseball, transfer and his quick release.  He made accurate throws with carry across the infield at 91 mph. Fundamentally sound infielder with the ability to make the play on the run and to change arm angles effectively. Freeman ran a 7.24 laser-timed 60. On the mound, the arm strength translated and Freeman was 89-91 mph with a fastball that has life out of his hand.  He has a high ¾ arm angle with a quick arm speed. He maintains balance and fluidity in his delivery, and there is some effort involved. He threw his slider from 78-79, and the pitch has tight spin. Freeman has the potential to be a two-way player with his high-end tools.


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3B / RHP / LITTLE ELM, TX / 2019

Oklahoma commit. Athletic and projectable 6-2, 180-pound frame. Kohler hammered a 92 mph exit velo off the tee.  The power translated into BP, where he made loud contact from the left side of the plate. He hits from an open athletic stance with some bend in his knees and the bat resting on his shoulder.  He loads his hands back to get separation and has a loose and quick barrel action through the hitting zone. Kohler has really strong hands and wrists that help him drive baseballs with just the flick of his wrists.  He holds himself with confidence in the box and in the infield, and has fluid actions throughout his game. In the infield, he has soft hands and he plays himself into good hops with his footwork. He has a live arm with a quick release, and topped out at 82 mph across the diamond.  Kohler ran a 7.45 laser-timed 60. Kohler has serious upside with his quick-twitch ability in his large frame, he is athletic, and plays the game hard.


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Auburn commit.  Strong, broad shouldered frame at 6-foot, 200-pounds. Greer made loud contact in BP from the left side.  hammered balls from the left side during batting practice. The left-handed hitter has a balanced setup with simple strength in his hack. He swings with the intent to do damage at the plate, especially to right field.  He has a planed-out swing with natural lift and loose hands and great extension through contact. He registered an exit velocity of 93 mph off the tee. Greer also showed arm strength by throwing 89 mph across the infield with high-end accuracy. He has soft hands on the infield, fundamental footwork, exchanges the ball quick and easy, plays on the run, and has an accurate arm that allows him to make all the throws to stay on the infield at the next level.  Greer ran a 7.21 laser-timed 60.

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