Prep Baseball Report

The Hotlist: Top 2015 Multi-Sport Athletes

By Nathan Rode and PBR Staff

It’s common for high school athletes to play multiple sports and some of the country’s top baseball prospects are no exception. This week’s Hotlist highlights those players with the top multi-sport athletes in the 2015 class being listed alphabetically below.

Willie Bourbon, 3B, Stevenson HS, IL
A Northwestern recruit, Bourbon is the quarterback for Stevenson, having won 32 games as a three-year starter, including this season’s 14-0 run to a state title. The 6-foot-1, 195-pounder complete 63 percent of his passes for more than 2,500 yards and 16 touchdowns. On the diamond, he has a strong lower half and consistently makes hard contact. He has soft hands on defense and his arm plays across the diamond.

Logan Crouse, RHP, Bloomingdale HS, FL
Crouse stands at an impressive 6-foot-6, 205 pounds and sits 86-90 mph with his fastball, topping out at 92. He shows command of his secondary pitches and works with an easy, loose arm action from a 3/4 slot. He also plays football, lining up at wide receiver. He caught 49 passes this season for 931 yards and scored five touchdowns. He is committed to Florida State.

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