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Fall Scouting Notebook: Mets Scout Team C's & OF's

By Toby Bicknell
Texas Scouting Director

This past week brought a lot of content from Texas and across Prep Baseball Report. Over the past month we have been in Dallas, Houston and Austin. Our staff will be working to become the #1 news source for Prep Baseball across the state of Texas. Remember to follow us on twitter (@PBR_Texas) and reach out to us with any news, commitments, or your upcoming workout and game schedule. Last week we had the opportunity to see the Mets Scout Team go up against Panola JC. Here is our report on the outfielders and the catchers.

Christian Cadena, C, Carroll HS, 2017
Wichita State commit. 5-foot-9, 190 pound frame. The right-handed hitter has an athletic setup, good rhythm and a relaxed, high leg kick. Shows up on time with velocity and keeps his hands back on offspeed pitches. He was 2-for-5 with a walk, had two hits to left field, one of which was a double off the left field wall. Posted a 4.35 home-to-first time on a ground ball to shortstop. Defensively showed relaxed receiving skills with strong hands. His pop times ranged from 2.12-2.21 with good accuracy, carry and easy exchange.

Zach DeLoach, OF, Hebron HS, 2017
Texas A&M commit. 6-foot-1, 200-pound strong frame. The left-handed hitter has an athletic set-up with smooth rhythm. Although he did not register a hit, he did line out crisply to center field and was a 4.25 and 4.34 on two ground balls on the infield. The long stride, fast twitch outfielder covered a lot of ground on a deep fly ball to the center field wall.

Brady Disher, C, Byron Nelson HS, 2017
Arkansas commit. 6-foot-1, 185-pound frame. The left-handed hitter has good rhythm in his set-up and shows fast twitch hands. Shows the ability to use the opposite field as he was 1-for-4 on the night with a base hit and a fly ball to left field. On a ground ball to second base he was a 4.4 down the line. Defensively he registered consistent pop times ranging from 2.12-2.15.

Tristen Lutz, OF, Arlington Martin HS, 2017
Texas commit. 6-foot-3, 205-pound strong, physical frame, well defined lower 1/2. The right-handed hitter starts from a crouched stance and shows good strength in his hands. He walked in his first at-bat, lined out to right field sharply on the barrel, and was a 4.26 down the line on a ground ball to shortstop. The outfielder showed high-level range tracking down a deep fly ball to the left-center field warning track.

Cody Masters, OF, Coppell HS, 2017
Texas Tech commit. 6-foot-2, 195-pound, athletic frame. The fast twitch left-handed hitter was one-for-five with a double to right field and was a 4.53 on the turn. He also flew out to left and center field and was a 4.34 down the line on a ground ball to second base.

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