Prep Baseball Report

Senior Games: Top Prospects (Part 2)

Toby Bicknell
Texas Scouting Director

HUNTSVILLE, TX - The Senior Games was loaded with uncommitted talent, and a number of players that will be moving up the 2019 Rankings that we will release next week. Here are the top position players with video. 



OF / 3B / LINDALE, TX / 2019

The North Central Texas JC commit showed why he is already a coveted recruit for the Lions. There is an ease to his game with natural actions in the outfield and simple strength at the plate. Pike has a strong frame at 6-foot, 185-pounds, and generates plenty of bat speed (92 mph) and leverage with fast hands and natural lift as he attacks the inside of the baseball with whip in his barrel. During the game, he scorched a double to left centerfield. In the outfield, Pike threw 88 from the outfield with a quick, low effort arm stroke. On the infield, Pike has quickish footwork and soft hands as he plays low. Clean release with a quick exchange, the arm works well from different slots and threw with a top velocity across the diamond of 84 mph.

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OF / 3B / PROSPER, TX / 2019

Hill JC commit. Alley is an all-around athlete with juice in his bat that recently committed to Hill Junior College The right-handed hitter was on the barrel all day. He has loose, strong hands that whip the barrel through the zone and on plane, driving balls from gap to gap with a 90 mph exit velocity. Strong contact during the game in all three at-bats. Long stride runner that plays faster than his 7.1 60-yard dash time. Threw 87 from the outfield with high-end accuracy and carry. Natural baseball actions in both the outfield, and the infield, where moves with smooth footwork, soft hands, and fundamental exchange. No matter where he ends up playing in college, the bat and athleticism provide for intriguing upside.


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C / 1B / LIBERTY HILL, TX / 2019

Standing 6-foot-4, 210-pounds, with broad shoulders and strength throughout his frame, Schmidt put on a show in BP, using a motorcycle leg kick and taking aggressive hacks, he pounded balls off the left-centerfield wall and posted an exit velocity of 93 mph. Coils up as he lifts leg, but has the balance and strength to still be on time - and on the barrel.  The ball jumps off his bat with high launch angles and a loose finish. Hammered a triple down the right field line during the game, and did a great job of blocking balls in the dirt, showing good athleticism for his size. He threw 74 mph from the crouch with pop times ranging from 2.05-2.15, and ran a 7.42 60-yard dash.

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