Prep Baseball Report

Uncommitted Spotlight: '25 RHP Lukas Beltran

Steven Hardesty
Central Coast/North LA Area Scout


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The Uncommitted Spotlight Series continues as we have started the '24 CIF High School baseball season Prep Baseball California is now highlighting some of the top uncommitted class of '25 athletes. The players featured are pulled directly from our '25 Class Rankings. These JR year players 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 RHP Lukas Beltran from Bishop Alemany High School. Beltran has shown well for Prep Baseball California staff during his attendance at SoCal Preseason All State Underclass and California State Games. His FB worked at 84-86 topping at 87 and has recently ticked up in the start of 2024 to 86-88 and touched 90. Mixes in a solid 70-76 MPH CB which has better shape when thrown harder, but can still get loopy as he polishes his feel for the pitch. Flashes an interesting CHG which works in the 76-80 MPH range as he still continues to develop his feel for it, but when thrown in the lower velocity range has shown a feel to kill the spin on the pitch at 1784 RPMs. His frame in interesting at 6'2 175 lbs with wiry present strength that has room to continue to develop which will help tick his FB velocity up and add life to the CB. The delivery and arm work well for Beltran with looseness to the delivery and extension which give him a starters profile as he goes forward. For college programs looking for pitching in the '25 class Beltran is an interesting name to keep track of going forward.

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

Lukas Beltran

Class of 2025 / RHP

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2025
  • Primary Position: RHP
    Secondary Position: 1B
    State: CA
  • Summer Team: SCV Vultures
  • Height: 6-2
    Weight: 170.2lbs
  • Bat/Throw: R/R

Scouting Report


Lukas Beltran, John Burroughs (CA), 2025
Positional Profile: RHP/1B Zippy FB with projectable velocity.
Body: 6-1, 170-pounds. Athletic build, tons of room to grow.
Delivery: Upright with a little dip and drive. Gains ground down the mound.
Arm Action: RH. Loose, clean arm action from a high 3/4 slot. Good extension.
FB: T87, 82-85 mph. Some life through the zone. Works in on righties. T2243, 2157 average rpm.
CB: 70-76 mph. A couple variations - breaking with bite and sweeping. Both effective T2603, 2189 average rpm.
SL: 73-77 mph. T2447, 1736 average rpm.
CH: 73-78 mph. Threw mainly during warmups and showed plenty of run with some diving action. A few in-game CH's showed late diving action with fair spin. T2470, 1784 average rpm.


Lukas Beltran, John Burroughs, 2025
Positional Profile
Body: 6-1/165lbs. Lean/high-waisted build. Room to add/fill.
Delivery: Fluid delivery. Side steps into a chest high knee tuck. Avg. driveleg engagement. Lands in-line. More east/west plane of rotation. Decent block into landing. Level shoulders. Still head.
Arm Action: Loose/continuous AA. Works into a small circle and up to a lower ¾ slot. Arm works to about 90 degrees of flexion at footplant. Avg. arm speed. 

FB: 81-83 mph. Flashed some ASR. Worked it east/west. Avg. control.
SL: 66-68. Slows down arm a tad. More of a ball/strike pitch rn.
CH: 75-78. Plus pitch potential. Gets down to negative VB with it. Swing/miss over it.