Top Ten Player Profiles of 2015: No. 1 Gavin Lux



By Matt Huck
Area Scout

As 2015 comes to a close we wrap up our look at the top 10 viewed profiles of 2015. Gavin Lux takes home the top spot after finishing No. 2 in 2014. When the class of 2016 rankings first expanded in August of 2013, Lux has held down the No.2 or No. 1 spot, so its no surprise he is the most clicked on profile in Wisconsin. We dove deep into our Google analytics and below you will find a recap of all ten of the most clicked profiles of 2015.

No. 1 Gavin Lux

 

Gavin LuxGavin Lux (Indian Trail, 2016) was the runaway No. 1 profile in Wisconsin, with nearly 3,000 more clicks than second place. Lux’s profile saw its most views the first week following his decommitment from Virginia Tech in early March and the day he committed to Arizona State on June 15th. Lux and Ben Rortvedt have been on the national circuit all year and will continue to receive attention this spring as

PBR Scouting Report: 6/8/15 - 6-foot-2, 170-pound, left-handed hitting shortstop with a thin, athletic frame. Body projects to add more strength especially in the upper half. No. 1 rated player in the Wisconsin class of 2016. No. 10 in PBR Overall ranks. Currently uncommitted. Gap to gap hitter at the plate with some pop. Shows the ability to consistently barrel up pitches all around the zone. Big leg lift trigger, gets front foot down and keeps hands back, allowing him to square up pitches with authority. Short path to the ball. 4.29 down the line on a groundout. Plus hands in the field with a quick transfer. Smooth, athletic actions, with fluid footwork. Solid arm strength from short. 89 mph across the infield in the winter. Should receive big time draft interest this summer and next spring.

 

Top Ten Viewed Profiles of 2015

No. 10 Alec Marsh

No. 9 Ryan Schmitt

No. 8 Bryant Jordan

No. 7 Augie Mihlbauer

No. 6 Jeff Holtz

No. 5 Nate Brown

No. 4 Alex Binelas

No. 3 Jarred Kelenic

No. 2 Ben Rortvedt

No. 1 Gavin Lux