Uncommitted Prospect Rundown: Top 2021 Prospects


PBR Staff
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With the 2020 high school season quickly approaching there are a handful of talented uncommitted prospects that are likely to attract the attention of a few programs come this spring. Our boot-on-the-ground scouting team have seen 500+ players at showcase events, all with dreams of playing baseball at the next level. Several prospects have performed well over the course of the year and PBR shines a spotlight on some of those prospects as the year comes to a close. The "Uncommitted Spotlight" is meant to cast a brighter light onto uncommitted talent still looking for a place to call home. Below is a rundown of the top uncommitted prospects from the 2021 class.

* Players named are uncommitted to the best of our knowledge 

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CHASE SPENCER

SS / RHP / PLANO WEST, TX / 2021

Spencer has a wiry, quick-twitch, still developing frame at 6-foot-2, 165-pounds. Runs the fastball up to 88-89, with firm bite on the slider at 76-77 mph. Starting from a tall, slightly open stance, the right-handed hitter loads back smooth as his hands work back with rhythm and he takes a short stride forward. Relaxed hack with rhythm, quick hands, Spencer has some whip in his barrel, working on a slightly uphill plane with a loose finish. On the infield, the smooth actions, rhythm and footwork are excellent for his class. Quick first step, good tempo, soft hands out front as he plays low through the ball. Easy transitions into an arm stroke that is accurate from different slots, starts the pivot with ease and he can throw on the run. The footwork, actions, and swing are there, look for him to make even more jumps as he adds strength throughout his frame.

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