Texas Uncommitted 2018 Pitchers

Toby Bicknell
Texas Scouting Director
Twitter: @PBR_Texas

The Texas 2018 class is extremely talented, and rich in power arms, which is reflected in our recent update of 2018 Rankings. With more and more players committing to schools each week. Here are 10 pitchers from the 2018 class that are still available. 


Wachel’s 6-foot-4, 190-pound frame screams projection as it features wide shoulders and long limbs. Combine that with a quick, strong arm, and I believe Wachel has a chance to throw very hard in the future. Producing throws of 94 mph from the outfield, Wachel was able to show off some athleticism and arm strength at a recent PBR Texas event. When he hopped on the mound, he comfortably sat 86-88 during a bullpen (while trying not to slip on a turf mound). Wachel delivers out of a ¾ slot after putting together an evenly paced delivery that he repeats with ease. He shows feel for a changeup with late-fading action in the zone at 80 mph along with an 11/5 breaking ball at 73 mph. I think Wachel has a chance to progress at a rapid rate with more innings spent on the mound. His athleticism will carry him as his body continues to fill out, and I expect him to become a strong part of some school’s recruiting class in the future.





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