Prep Baseball Report

Super 60: Complete Wisconsin Pitcher Scouting Reports

By Sean Duncan
Executive Director

It’s no secret by now that Wisconsin’s 2016 class is loaded with high-end talent, perhaps the best state has even seen. That sentiment was only cemented further at the Super 60 on Feb. 7. Performing in front of 100-plus pro scouts at the Max, Wisconsin prospects delivered in a big way.

Yesterday, we rolled out all the Wisconsin position player scouting reports. Today, we look at the five Wisconsin pitchers at the Super 60. On a whole, the Wisconsin arms showed well, headlined by right-handers Nathan Brown and Alec Marsh.

Here’s an in-depth look at all five Wisconsin pitchers at the Super 60, listed alphabetically:

Nathan Brown, RHP, Arrowhead HS, WI
Florida recruit. 6-foot-2, 185-pound frame, lean and loose body with plenty of room for continued physical development. Athletic right-handed pitcher, high-ceiling prospect. Highly athletic arm action, quick and loose, slot somewhere between 3/4 and high-3/4. Athletic delivery, shows rhythm and tempo, repeats well. Fastball shows plus life, topped at 92 mph, sitting 90-91, with late, hard arm-side run. Slider shows plus potential, throws pitch with conviction, 78-79 mph, more lateral action. Also throws curveball at similar speed, 77-79 mph, flashed erratic depth and shape. Changeup is promising offering, thrown aggressively at 77-80 mph, with arm-side sink.  Shows feel for all four pitches ...

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