Prep Baseball Report

Uncommitted Spotlight: '25 3B Zachary Nagy

Steven Hardesty
Central Coast/North LA Area Scout


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The Uncommitted Spotlight Series continues as we near the completion of the '24 CIF High School baseball season Prep Baseball California is continuing to highlight some of the top uncommitted class of '25 athletes. The player featured today was a stellar performer in live looks by our Prep Baseball California staff this spring and is a newcomer to our Class of 2025 rankings. The players featured within our Uncommitted Spotlight series are ones that college coaches and fans should be keeping their eyes on over the coming months.

We invite you to get to know them through the eyes of our Prep Baseball California staff of scouts and the data-backed numbers collected at our events with our partnered companies. TrackMan, Blast Motion, Swift Performance, and Visual Edge provide comparable data to project and evaluate players. All of these systems come together to give a clear picture at what colleges will get when a players steps onto their campus.

Today, we put the spotlight on a SoCal '25 3B Zachary Nagy from Royal High School. With a wiry athletic frame at 6'1 165 lbs. and flashing athleticism in his actions across the board Nagy has shown an impressive RH hitting offensive profile with hit tool, approach, and is beginning to flash more consistent impact with his contact quality. During mulitple in game looks this spring for Prep Baseball California Central Coast/VTA County scout Steven Hardesty, Nagy was able to consistently barrel the baseball, put together quality at bats, and pull side impact and showed the actions in game to stay on the left side of the infield long term defensively with some polish he has the potential to be an impact defender. Nagy had an outstanding spring beyond just the looks from Hardesty that included a .373/527/.607 slash line while collecting 11 doubles, 4 triples, drew 24 walks driving in 16 runs while scoring 23 runs and stole 12 bases hitting in the top portion of the Highlanders lineup. In addition to his athletic ability on the baseball diamond Nagy is a talented football player who plays QB which adds intrigue to his profile with his athleticism and upside. Nagy is a name in the '25 class that is a must follow for college programs who has a chance to really raise his profile over the coming months headed into his SR. season after catching the eyes of Prep Baseball California staff.

College coaches and fans be sure to click on Nagy's profile to see full video and information.