The Five: More 2020 Risers

Toby Bicknell
Texas Scouting Director

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It has been a busy week as we released our most recent update to the Texas 2020 Class Rankings. Yesterday, we highlighted five risers, and today we bring you five more. 




Kreger is still not done filling out his 6-foot-7, 200-pound frame. The right-hander had a dominant inning at the PBR Texas All-State Games, with an explosive fastball that had late giddy up at 87-89 mph and made hitters uncomfortable. He throws a solid splitty at 70-74 mph for a secondary pitch. Much better command than when we saw him earlier this fall. The upside and hand speed suggest that there is more in the tank as he continues to mature physically.




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