Colorado Year In Review: 20th Most Viewed Profile Paul Tillotson



John Cackowski
State Director

Since our launch in April of 2014, Prep Baseball Report Colorado continues to be your No.1 source for Amateur baseball in Colorado. Over the years nationally, the Prep Baseball Report has evolved into one of the country’s biggest and most respected independent scouting services, with a singular focus of providing comprehensive coverage in every state we are in, which is now up to 35 states. In 2016 our site reached over 150,000 page views and counting for the first time. The other day we began our season countdown of Top 25 most viewed profiles and stories of 2016. Coming in at the No. 20th most viewed profile in 2016 is Lewis Palmer HS RHP/OF, and Nebraska commit Paul Tillotson with 738 views. Here is a look at his current profile.

 

6-13-15

The No. 1 ranked player in 2016 for Colorado showed off his arm at the Centennial State Games.  Consistently 89-90 and touching 91 a few times, Tillotson made quick work of the 3 innings he pitched against the Northern Colorado Bandits. Displays a smooth tall and fall motion with level shoulders and square athletic landing throwing off two feet and repeats delivery time after time.  Arm is long and loose, lightning quick from an over the top slot.

3-1-15

6-foot-2, 200-pound, right-handed pitcher had the top FB velocity of 91 MPH at the Preseason All-State event.  Displays a smooth tall and fall motion with level shoulders and square athletic landing throwing off two feet and repeats delivery time after time.  Arm is long and loose, lightning quick from an over the top slot.  Easy effort produced fastball from 88-91 MPH with hard run late in the zone.  Command was excellent in the bottom half of the zone.  A 68-72 MPH curve showed 11/5 action and sharp late movement down in the zone.  Split Change was 74-75 MPH with good sink down in the zone.  Tillotson has a live arm and is a very projectable pitcher in the class of 2016.

8-30-14

6-foot-2, 195 pounds. In game we watched pitch only threw to 7 batters because game got out of hand and it was looking as if they might be saving him for next day. One of the top pitchers in the state in the 2016 class. A Power pitcher with a live arm that produces a heavy 86-87 mph fastball. Hit 88 on one pitch. Thick athletic build with strong lower leg drive to the plate.  Effortless motion with 3/4 arm slot. At the plate has an athletic balanced stance with smooth load back, producing a level swing with gap to gap power and good extension with good bat-speed. Does not get beat very often.

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