Florida Pokers: Top Prospects

Written by Jeremy Plexico on Wednesday, January 25, 2017

2017 Prospects:

Cade Ledesman OF: Simple on time swing, short path to the baseball, easy bat speed, strong hands. Fluid actions in the OF, and was a 7.0 runner.

2018 Prospects:

Dylan Harbinson IF: RHH with short toe tap, on time with his lower ½, top hand dominant swing that was short to the baseball. Fluid actions in the IF, 85 across with good carry. On the bump pitched comfortably 80-82 from ¾ arm slot, 70 MPH SL was his best secondary pitch.

Harrison Stampler OF: RHH with above avg bat speed for his age. Soft leg kick, maximizes his lower half, 2 piece swing. Did a good job of pitch recognition. 7.0 runner, 85 from the OF, fluid actions. Probably will end up being a corner OF down the road.

Sean Riera IF: Max effort swing, generates above avg bat speed for age. Potential high level power down the road, developing defensive skills.

Kevin Castillo 3B: Strong and physical frame, RHH with effortless bat speed. Has a good finish and polished lower ½. Potential high level bat. 81 across the diamond with carry. Smooth and fluid actions for an athlete of his size, very interesting follow.

2019 Prospects:

Justin Weithorn IF: Simple compact swing, short to the baseball, the tools are present to hit at a high level. Polished feed defensively for his age. 78 across the diamond, and has soft hands.

Ben Weeks RHP: 79-81 from L3/4 slot, good feel for 69 MPH SL that could end up being a true out pitch down the road. Repeated his delivery and his arm slot.

TJ Sailor OF: Showed fluid and advanced skills from the OF with polished feet, short arm stroke with quick release at 78 MPH. Developing bat, a little weak not but good follow as he matures and adds strength.

Julio Lllidge C: Thick and strongly built RHH with simple on time swing. Generates good bat speed for his age. Defensive skills are a bit crude right now, but showed solid arm strength with 2.1 pop.

2020 Prospects:

Robin Fernandez SS: Left handed hitting SS, works to stay behind the baseball, creates natural lift and good finish. At times the barrel was in and out of the zone too quickly. Smooth fluid actions, soft and sure handed, 78 across the diamond. Could develop into a high level prospect.

 

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