Prep Baseball Report

Alabama Picks to Click for Spring: Uncommitted 2025 Pitchers

Austin Sharp
Alabama Scouting Director


We've finally made it to the winter and our favorite time of the year, the spring high school season, is just around the corner. Today, our staff gives our "picks to click" on uncommitted pitchers in the 2025 class in AL, as well as prior reports, video, & more on each prospect. As these players are close to beginning their junior seasons, a big spring can only help vault their recruiting stock within recruiting circles. 

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Kicking off this new series for the over the span of the next few weeks, our first top of discussion is uncommitted pitchers in the junior class in AL. Over the course of time, we will look at other positions, graduating classes, etc. and provide our feedback and "picks to click", but for now, let's take a look at 10 arms to know for this spring.


Jameson Scissum RHP / Etowah, AL / 2025

From 7/31/23 (PBR Future Games): "Uncommitted. 6-foot-4, 195-pounds. One of the more intriguing prospects in the 2025 class thanks to his frame that oozes projection and upside. Scissum, a multi-sport athlete and quarterback in football, caught the attention of recruiters that were in attendance with his dynamic skill set and projection to the frame that is hard to miss. Coming off a stellar sophomore season where he led Etowah to a Class 4A State Championship, the rising junior has seemingly had an even bigger summer and is sure to have his phone ringing once the all important August 1st date rolls around in a couple of days. During his outing for Team Alabama, the right-hander operated 85-87 mph with late arm-side run while mixing in two distinct breaking balls; slider ranged 75-78 mph (2400 rpm) and slurve worked 72-75 mph (2300 rpm) with a real feel for how to spin both. Both garnered swings-and-misses and were thrown with excellent command across the zone and to the glove-side against right-handed hitters. Much more in the tank and is just scratching the surface of his potential. Name-to-know in the 2025 class in AL."

- Austin Sharp, AL Scouting Director

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