Prep Baseball Report

Uncommitted Outfielders

Shooter Hunt
National Crosschecker

This week, In the Weeds highlights seven uncommitted outfielders in the 2019 who are either undervalued or are still waiting to be seen by coaches across the country. Each player shows the skills or tools necessary to compete at some level in college. Players from Florida, Kentucky, Missouri, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas are included.

Brady Voss OF / OF / Wentzville Liberty , MO / 2019

Voss’ athleticism should continue to get him looks from college coaches moving forward as he will have a chance to provide depth in the outfield at the next level. High-waisted at 6-foot, 155-pounds, Voss is still adding strength, but shows the speed necessary to potentially continue as a center fielder in college. Running a 6.82 60-yard dash, Voss moves well in the outfield. While his arm is more of an average tool (83 mph) he demonstrates the ability to make accurate throws. At the plate, the right-handed hitter has a stiffer load with the hands directly back along with a leg kick. Though the hands get a bit stagnant, his overall approach is athletic with solid weight shifts with easy allowing his fast hands to play directly to the ball with a high finish. He produces a strong, 90 mph exit velocity, and currently shows the ability to hit line drives to both gaps. Overall, although Voss does not exhibit extensive twitch in his game, he is solid across the board, and given his speed will give whatever program that he ends up with a lot to work with as they help him develop.

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