Cape Cod League Prospects: Harwich
August 20, 2019
The Mariners finished in 4th place of the East Division during the regular season with an overall record of 21-21-2. They swept both Chatham and Y-D in the playoffs before losing in the championship series to the Cotuit Kettlers.
All-Stars included Joe Boyle (Notre Dame), Daniel Cabrera (LSU), Christian Fedko (UConn), Chris Galland (Boston College), Will Heflin (Tennessee), Niko Kavadas (Notre Dame), Connor McCullough (Kansas State), Jacob Palisch (Stanford) and Joey Wiemer Jr. (Cincinnati). Boyle and Cabrera are the top prospects for 2020, while McCullough is the top prospect for 2021.
ADDITIONAL HARWICH ARMS: Missouri State RHP Connor Sechler (2020) racked-up 26 innings for Harwich, striking out 29 and walking just nine while holding opponents to a .202 average. He works quickly with a fastball/slider combo with lots of plane overlap/tunnel and projects as a Day Two relief target. Kansas State RHP Carson Seymour (2020) boasts a large, strong-bodied frame (6-foot-5, 250 pounds) and low-90s fastball with average life and fringy command. His upper-70s curve flashed average with solid shape but the righty struggled to execute the offering consistently. It’s a relief profile but there is some bat missing ability and good raw stuff to work with. He’s a potential target as early as the back end of Day Two in next year’s draft. Tennessee LHP Will Heflin (2020, Sr.) put together a strong summer campaign (0.75 ERA/1.00 WHIP/.189 BAA), working in the 86-89 mph range with his fastball and rounding out his three-pitch mix with a 76-77 mph changeup with some bottom and an above-average low-80s slider with good shape and tunnel off the fastball. The max effort southpaw struck out 29 in 24 innings while walking just seven. Heflin profiles as a potential senior sign in the second half of Day Two. Kansas State RHP Connor McCullough (2021, R-Fr.) sat out the spring...