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Eustis (HS) • FL
6' 5" • 210LBS


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5/24/15 - Came out after 2 batters due to cramping in the lower back area from dehydration maybe. Did throw to 2 batters and looked pretty amped up to let it fly. I love his energy and aggressiveness on the mound, and oh yea, he was 91-93 with late life along with a breaking ball that broke 2 planes and flashed above avg at 74-76, as well as a CHG at 84-85 with sink. Loose easy working arm with very good arm speed from a low ¾ slot and a tall loose lean body that scouts love to project on. Should be a high pick.

3/11/15 - Florida commit. 6-foot-5, 180 pound right hander with a tall loose lean athletic projectable body and long loose whippy arms. Takes ball out past hip, lands in line. Loose whippy arm action with a very quick arm. Fast ball had run and sink at 87-94 mph. Pitched at mostly 89-91mph for 7 innings. Slider was a short tight slurve at 80-82 mph and the curve ball was 75-78 mph with a ¾ slurve type rotation. It broke 2 planes mostly. Does a good job staying on top of breaking ball for a side arm slot. Change up was 80-81 with good arm speed and same action as fast ball. Focused, intense competitor. Works quick and is aggressive. One of the better arms in the state. Has a chance to be a good 2015 draft. 7 inn, 4 hits, 10 Ks, 0 BB, 2 runs.

12/27 - Tall loose lean projectable body with long loose arms. Has a loose whippy live arm at a 3/4 to L3/4 slot. Is quick out front with good extension. FB has good sink and run at 88-92 mph. Throws 2 seam FB at 85-87 with sink. CV 74-76, sweeping slurve with more width than depth. CHG is 79-81 with same action as FB. Slows down to throw it. Pounds strike zone with FB. Very projectable kid. More velocity in near future. Will be a 2015 draft.

4/4/18 -6’5/210, Junior- Long, lean framed righty with strength throughout his body, especially in his lower half. Creates good deception with an abbreviated, fast paced delivery and a high front side. Works from the far first base side of the rubber. Quick arm with a compact path to a low three-quarters slot. Maintained fastball velocity of 91-95 mph (93-95 early, 91-93 fourth through seventh) for his entire seven inning, 104 pitch outing. Typically, he is known for the sink on his fastball. Tonight it was the riding life (usually an indicator of a high spin rate) that triggered repeated swing/miss, as well as a two-seamer which ran back over the inside corner of the plate, freezing left-handed hitters. Singer struck out 11, four looking and seven swinging. He sat them down with both his fastball (nine) and slider (two). Most impressive was his ability to strike them out with his fastball to all four quadrants of the zone. His slider at 77-82 mph was mostly an average pitch, but did flash plus. His low release point will naturally cause him to get on the side of the ball from time to time and it’s something that did happen a few times early in the game. Occasionally, he varied the shape with a more curveball look early in the count and to left-handed hitters. Fielded his position well and held runners; from the stretch he was 1.22-1.27. Just as several teams did not care for the delivery or arm action and passed on the likes of Max Scherzer (11thoverall) and Chris Sale (13thoverall) in earlier drafts this century, there will be some teams who pass on Singer due to his failed medical as a Toronto 2ndrounder in 2015 and other teams who are concerned his delivery and lower arm slot may push him into the bullpen down the road. For me he is a potential front-to-mid-rotation starting pitcher, a superior competitor with grit and a premium talent in this year’s draft. With continued good health he should be selected within the top ten overall picks.

2/28/18 -At 6-foot-5, 210 pound he has strength throughout a long, lean frame, especially in the lower half. Worked with an up tempo pace, a lot of moving parts with a rocker step towards first base and a high front side after separation. Throws from a 3/4 slot, but high front side creates not only tilt to the fastball, but also natural late sinking action. Fastball worked 93-94 touching 95 mph early before settling in around 88-92. After a first inning where the fastball was up, he made an adjustment and worked more consistently down in the zone, attacking with the pitch. The slider was not as consistent as it has been, spinning out the side of his hand and flattening out at times. When he is on top of the pitch, it has tight spin and hard, late action and flashed as a plus pitch at 76-80 mph. He doesn’t throw the change up often, but threw the pitch with good arm speed and had late fading action at 85-86 mph. There is an ultra competitive, big presence from Singer and has two potential plus pitches. His stuff plays up with the grit in his personality.

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