Logan Dunn
Logan Dunn
Logan Dunn




Wautoma (HS) • WI
6-0 • 175LBS • L/L
Travel Team: GRB Rays


2024 National

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Beginning his day with a 7.15 in the 60-yard dash, he rolled it into an impressive round of batting practice. While swinging with very advanced bat speed for his age (80 mph), after a controlled coiling leg kick, he generates violence to impact with exits up to 94.6 mph, producing a sweet spot rate of 80 percent. Dunn drove low line-drives from the middle of the field to the pull side repeatedly. Defensively, Dunn showed some of the better outfield actions of the event, moving easily through the baseball with confidence and athleticism. With a premium arm (90 mph) he has the potential to profile in all three outfield spots at the next level. On the mound, the southpaw works at an uptempo pace, moving into a slight drop/drive lower-half while working in-line to home into a closed landing foot. His arm is long out of the glove into a ¾ slot, working quick to release and clean throughout his path. Dunn’s fastball sat comfortably at 86-87 mph, playing through the zone with arm-side life. His curveball looks to be well above-average, playing off a sharp 1/7 plane with depth at 67-69 mph and averaging 2,404 rpm. The left-hander’s changeup comes out of a similar window to his fastball, mirroring arm-speed and flashing fading action to his arm-side, kept down at 77-80 mph.



GRB Rays 15U Green squeaked their way into Sunday’s bracket play after a walk-off 3-2 win, scoring the winning run on a throwing error in the bottom of seven. They were put into position to win thanks to a dominant outing by OF/LHP Logan Dunn (Wautoma, 2024), who’s cementing himself as one of the top-end prospects in the state’s 2024 class. An athletic left-hander that can really swing it too, Dunn went six strong innings, striking out eight and walking just one.


Dunn may have been the standout of the day in the 2024 class. Dunn is a L/L 5-foot-10, 155-pound two-way player with a high ceiling at the plate. Dunn creates next level bat speed with an athletic leg kick trigger and line drive gap to gap approach. Not only a high follow with the bat, but he showed well in the outfield and on the mound as well. From the bump, Dunn showed three-pitch feel, sitting 80-81 mph with a running fastball that reached an 83 high at the end of his ‘pen. He has the feel to spin a tight breaking ball that projects as he hones it, and his changeup is presently an out-pitch, as he mimics his arm speed and slot well, creating even harder arm-side run/fade.


5-foot-8, 135 pounds; wiry/thin athlete; a high-motor energetic player, competitive. Top-of-the order profile from the left-handed batter’s box. Simple, short, fast bat that works with an up-the-middle approach; went 3-for-7 on the weekend, two doubles, with two walks while operating as the primary center fielder. Defensively, showed instinctive route-running skills with above-average arm strength for his size and age. Also took the mound against the Top Tier Americans; short, compact arm action, quick arm speed, pitches uptempo. Fastball sat 70-72 mph with some arm-side action; confident, aggressive curveball feel, 1/7 shape that flashed sharp and he showed an ability to locate it for strikes when he needed.

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