Recruiting Round Up: 10/3



USG 2016

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By Jerry Shank
Maryland Scouting Director

Every Friday National Scouting Supervisor Nathan Rode provides a roundup of insider recruiting information and commitments throughout the PBR coverage area: The Buzz. CLICK HERE to take a look at the latest National Buzz. With that in mind, lets take an in depth look at the Maryland and area prospects who have committed to colleges recently with detailed scouting information when applicable.

Carr
Jared Carr MIF Saint James School 2017

Shepherd
6.21.16 - Frame with room to grow. An under the radar player that is going to get better. Hits from an athletic set up at the plate Simple load with quick hands and level swing path. Generates fast bat speed at the plate with exit velo of 90 mph. Nice rhythm throughout. Active feet in the infield with clean actions and hands. Has a short arm action throwing from a ¾ arm angle across the diamond at 85 mph.

Nicholson
Myles Nicholson MIF Saint James School 2017

Mount St. Mary's
7.6.16 - Compact frame at 5-foot-9, 160-pounds. 6.69 60-yard dash. Very athletic and underrated middle infield prospect with first step quickness. Hits from a taller slightly open set up. Short swing, some extension, nice rhythm, and some balance throughout. Barrelled up the middle of the field with his BP. Active feet and athletic actions in the field. Moves well and covers ground. Quick exchange and release from a low 3/4 arm angle. Versatile player that could play multiple positions.

Torroella
Nick Torroella OF Mount St. Joseph 2017

Catholic University
2.21.16 - Athletic frame at 5-foot-11, 185-pounds. Hits from a square athletic set up. Short load with small leg kick.  Shows some rhythm throughout swing. Short path to the ball and gets around at times. Nice balance throughout swing. Exit velocity of 81 mph. Active feet in the outfield. Gets momentum through the ball on throws. Throws from an almost over-the-top arm slot. Clean exchange and release. Throws have nice carry on them at 86 mph.

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