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Top Uncommitted 2018 Corner Infielders

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By John Nolan
Virginia Assistant Director and Content Manager

And Jerry Shank
MD/VA Director

As the summer approaches its end, we will spotlight the top ranked uncommitted players in the Class of 2018 by position. While a large number of players in the class are committed, there are plenty of very talented players who are still not, here is our listing of the top remaining uncommitted 2018 outfielders:

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2.11.17:  Darcy is 6-3 with a lanky frame, hits from the left side from an upright balanced stance. Short stride on line smooth load back, good rhythm to swing. Good explosion in hips and good balance throughout swing. Short to the ball with extension through it, quick bat works uphill through the ball, line drive hitter with some power potential, exit velocity was 91. In the infield, good footwork and above average hands, plays through ball well into a quick clean release. Short, quick arm action from three-quarters arm slot, position velocity was 87.

4.15.16:  Darcy has a lanky athletic frame and is a good defender at third with good first step quickness. He has a short, loose, high three-quarters arm that is above average right now with the potential to be good. He has soft hands and fluid release. Darcy hits from the left side from an athletic stance with stride on line forward and a slight load into a wrap. He has a good lower half with good balance throughout his swing. Takes a short path to the ball with quick hands and good extension through the ball. He has good batspeed and easy gap power with the potential for more.

4.15.15-  Darcy has an athletic frame and already has an average arm from the outfield and decent actions out there. He hits from the left side and has an open, athletic stance that starts with his hands back. He has a smooth swing path and decent bat speed. As he develops he has the potential to develop into a gap or better hitter.

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