Colorado Fall I.D. Quick Hits Pitchers


Mike Anderson
Colorado Scouting Director

Colorado Fall I.D.   10.03.2021    QUICK HITS

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On October 3, 2021 , PBR COLORADO team hosted the Colorado Fall I.D. at the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs(UCCS) The event featured  uncommitted Colorado prospects from all over the state. Our staff collaborated to highlight the biggest takeaways and highlights from Sunday’s event.  

Top Players from this event will have opportunities to be invited to future invite-only events such as the PBR Colorado Preseason All-State, the PBR Future and Junior Future Games

Today, we focus on pitchers with great upside potential:

2023, Ben Meyers, RHP, Cheyenne Mountain.  Thin frame with long levers.  Ben has a repeatable delivery with good tempo.  Dip to Drive with strong lower half coil.  OT release creates some ASR  FB 80-81.  Good CB 65-68 has depth.  CH 75  Strike Thrower with lots of potential as he gains strength

2023, Brayden Stork, RHP Lutheran  Growing long lever RHP.  Brayden has high leg kick, coil, and attacking delivery, repeatable.   FB 81-83.3, has movement.  High ¾ release benefits his SL 71-72.  SL will catch your attention.  Easy to project future velo.

2023, Hunter Smith, RHP, Valor Christian  Big Body with strong lower half.  Shows confidence. Great tempo to release, Balances leg kick.  OT release. FB 78-81.8, pounded the zone and had ability to locate in/out, up down.  CB 64-65 12/6 action, has potential.  CH 73-75, very good arm speed.  Has shown mid 80’s FB.  Can see velo jump as he gains strength and refines mechanics.  Lots of potential. 

2024, Howdy Johnson, Util/RHP, Platte Valley   Good developing athlete from a small town.  As a 2way player, he shows + bat speed and middle of the field approach and good defensive athleticism.  FB 75-76, SL 64-67… Player to follow as he continues to develop strength and refines skill set