Garret Rukes
Garret Rukes

CLASS OF 2016

LHP
1B

Garret
Rukes

Alabama
Pine Crest (HS) • FL
6-3 • 175LBS • R/L

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2016 National

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2/20/16 - Alabama recruit. 6-foot-3, 175 pound lefty with a lean loose projectable body with long loose arms. Long looe easy arm at a low ¾ arm slot. Fastball is 81-84 with late life. Velocity has been better in the past but gets the same results. Curve ball is a sweeping slurve at 69-70 mph. Change up is 73-74 mph with same fastball life. Throws all 3 pitches for strikes and mixes pitches well. Can throw backwards. Keeps hitters off balance. Pitched very well last night. I think he'll be a good college pitcher at Alabama. Velocity will pick up but has good pitchability even with softer stuff.
10/6/15 - Alabama commit. 6-foot-2, 180 pound lefty with a lean loose projectable body. Long loose whippy arm at a low ¾ arm slot. Deep in back. Takes ball out to third base. Rotational delivery but throws a lot of strikes. Fastball is 83-85 mph with good life. Curveball is a soft slurve at 69-71 mph. Changeup is 74-76 mph with same fastball life. Occasionally slows down to throw it. High ceiling kid that should throw harder with physical maturity.
4/2/15 - 6-foot-3, 170 pound lefty who pitched well. Fast ball was 83-86 mph with avg angle and some tailing life. Threw curve ball and changeup for strikes. Both secondary pitches were a bit soft and below avg on the pro scale, but there’s some projection there in the body and sound mechanics.
12/7/14 SF Elite tryout - Tall loose lean projectable body. Has a loose easy working arm at a Low 3/4 slot. FB was 81-82 with run and sink. CV was 62 with a sweeping slurvey break. CHG was 72-73 with some fade. Slows down to throw it. Occasionally works under the ball. Tough angle against LHH. Stuff will improve with physical maturity. Very projectable. Alot of upside. 
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