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West Virginia Fall College Prospect Showcase Analysis: Left-Handed Pitchers

Josh Kuykendall
West Virginia Director of Scouting

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The West Virginia Fall College Prospect Showcase took place November 18th at Pro Performance RX in Morgantown, WV. Today we finish the series of articles analyzing the prospects in attendance and look at the Left Handed Pitchers that participated.

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Left Handed pitchers 

Isaac PancoastNathan Mullins

Isaac Pancoast, Morgantown HS, Class of 2021

On the mound, Pancoast displayed a repeatable delivery with a FB that sat 70-71 mph. His CB flashed some deception at 59-61 mph. Pancoast would occasionally fall off the mound to the glove side. As he gets stronger, Pancoast will be an intriguing arm to follow in the 2021 Class.

Nathan Mullins, Bridgeport HS, Class of 2020

On the mound, the 6-foot-1, 160-pound LHP from Bridgeport HS throws straight over the top with a long motion His delivery was repeatable and his FB sat 65-68 mph. His CH showed good deception and sat 55-58 mph. Mullins CB was his most projectable pitch as he threw it out of the same arm slot as both his FB and CH. 



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