Jupiter Notebook: Dallas Patriots Stout



By Toby Bicknell
Texas Scouting Director

JUPITER, FL - Prep Baseball Report Texas is working to become your #1 source for high school and travel baseball news and notes. So when teams from Texas, pack up and travel to Florida, we tag along to watch some of the most talented players from our state compete against teams from all over the country. The four day tournament provided our staff the opportunity to lock-in and evaluate nine teams from Texas. Over the next week, we will be posting our team write-ups, as well as player write-ups, be sure to visit our site daily for content. Follow us on twitter @PBR_Texas.

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Will Frizzell, 3B/1B, Rockwall HS, 2017
Texas A&M commit. 6-foot-5, 215-pound frame. The left-handed hitter is an imposing presence in the batters box. He works from a slightly-open stance with neutral hand position. He hit two balls on the button on Friday, one of which was a single to left field for a big RBI, the other was a slider that he hammered to right field by keeping his hands back.

Zion Mayberry, IF, McKinney Boyd HS, 2017
6-foot, 190-pound, strong frame, well defined lower ½ and good upper body strength. The uncommitted right-handed hitter gets started from a slightly open stance with a leg kick. The infielder has longer defensive actions, good arm strength with long arm action. This week Mayberry showed the ability to recognize spin, laying off sliders out of the zone, and swinging at the ones that were in the zone.

Kyle Sweeney, RHP, Southlake Carroll HS, 2017
6-foot-4, 225-pound strong frame, wide shoulders, long arms. The projectable, uncommitted right-hander, worked from a high-¾ slot with a fastball ranging from 82-85 mph, occasionally getting on the side of his fastball creating some cut and run to his glove side. His slider was a good pitch for him at times, sitting in the 73-75 mph range with cutter-type action.

Isaiah Alvarenga, SS/RHP, Colleyville Heritage HS, 2018
5-foot-7, 155-pound frame. The two-way player came in relief for the Dallas Patriots Stout team and made his presence known, shutting down the inning with 2 quick outs. The right-hander has a ¾ arm slot with good arm-action and an up-tempo, deceptive delivery. The fastball was only 83-85 mph but he commanded it on both sides of the plate at the bottom of the zone. The slider was a plus pitch at 72-74 with slurvey, lateral action.

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