Uncommitted Spotlight: 2020 MIFs

Brandon Garcia
PBR Staff

After a summer filled with over 60 commitments coming out of the 2020 class, we highlight some of the top uncommitted seniors in the state of Texas. Over the next few days we will continue to spotlight the top uncommitted players in the state by position. Be sure to follow along on Twitter for the latest updates. 

We previously held our Texas Senior Games that featured over 50 of the best uncommitted prospects in Texas' Class of 2020 participated in a pro-style workout followed by a controlled game. 

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You can view previously released top uncommitted 2020 players in the state articles by following these links: 10 right-handed pitchers5 left-handed pitchers10 outfielders

Today features the top 13 uncommitted MIFs still on the board in the state of Texas. 

SS / 3B / ALEXANDER, TX / 2020

Galvan has an athletic, lean-strong frame at 6-foot, 170-pounds. Started the day by posting a 6.97 60-yard dash. The right-handed hitter starts from a tall, slightly open stance. Smooth load back as he strides forward, landing square and balanced into his lower half with his hands working back into a strong power position. Inside-out path, loose-quick hands, line drive approach with the majority of contact in the middle of the field. Was on time and on the barrel with an exit velocity of 85 mph off the tee, look for his bat speed to improve as he adds strength to his frame. On the infield, Galvan has smooth all-around actions with rhythm in his footwork as he plays through the ball with soft hands, an easy exchange, and smooth transition into throws. His arm works well from different slots, including the play on the run and starting the double play. Whippy, high-¾ arm action, accurate throws with good carry across the diamond at 84 mph.


Tucker has a fast-twitch, high-waisted, lean-muscular frame at 5-foot-9, 150-pounds. Ran a 6.92 60-yard dash to start the day. Defensively, Tucker can handle the ball in the middle of the field with a mid-line exchange, outstanding glove action and smooth footwork as he plays through the ball. Made a great play during the game on a chopper that he came and got right off the bat, picked the short hop, spun to his glove side, and started the double play at second, which they ultimately finished. Arm works from different slots, posted a top velocity of 86 mph, and he can play on the run. High motor, top step guy. The right-handed hitter flew out on the barrel a couple of times during the game and posted a top exit velocity of 86 mph.

SS / 2B / JESUIT, TX / 2020

Mack is a physical, 5-foot-11, 170-pounded switch-hitting infielder who is going to have a chance to hit for power from both sides of the plate. Featuring an easy set-up from both sides, Mack starts with his weight on his back leg in a slight crouch with his hands held by the ear. He loads back with a reverse toe tap that allows his hands to work, loosely, down and back before whipping them through the zone on a level plane with a high, loose finish. His quick hands and strong wrists are able to work freely because of his balanced lower-half, and as he continues to mature, he should develop more strength to aid his already 90-plush exit velocities from both sides. In the field, Mack showcases smooth hands that allow him to field balls confidently with solid footwork that will allow him to play any infield position in the future. Overall, Mack’s ability to control the bat from both sides of the plate should make him a player that coaches are going to want to get out and see in the future. 

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