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2/3/14 - When talking about raw athleticism and projectability, Scott Schreiber left a lot to the imagination for pro scouts in attendance at the Super 60. Schreiber who was Wisconsin’s Gatorade Player of the Year in Wisconsin as a junior last year is also an All-State quarterback in a state more well known for its gridiron prospects than baseball players. Schreiber’s raw athleticism stands out maybe more than anyone at the event. He stands 6-foot-3, 215-pounds and is light on his feet. Schreiber ran a 6.78 in the 60-yard dash and posted a 97 mph exit velocity, a rare combination of speed and strength. Screiber’s arm also plays on the mound and at third base. He was 85 mph across the diamond and sat 89-90 on the mound. Schreiber’s upside as both a position player and pitcher could bode well for him in the draft because if he ever hits his way out of being a position player his arm would always give him a second life on the mound. One thing is for sure, Schreiber added Kimberly, WI to the travel plans of many scouts this spring.