2020 Super 60 Scouting Report - The Michigan Prospects


Dylan Hefflinger and Aaron Wilson
PBR Michigan Editor in Chief/Scout

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2020 Super 60 Scouting Report - The Michigan Prospects

The Smooth Fielding Shortstop

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  • Overall Number Of Position Prospects: 44
  • Overall Number Of Infielders: 20
  • Overall Number Of Outfielders: 14
  • Overall Number Of Catchers: 9

Summary: The 18th annual Super 60 featured 44 total positional prospects, 14 of which participated as outfielders for the showcase. 21 prospects ran better than 6.90 60-yard dashes, 10 infielders 90+ mph, 10 outfielders 90+ mph, 7 catchers 80+ mph, 8 catchers sub 2.00 pop time and 7 positional prospects registered 100+ mph.

Werner Blakely SS / 3B / Detroit Edison, MI / 2020

Super 60 Report: 6-foot-3, 170-pound high waisted prospect with wide shoulders is an Auburn commit. Smooth at shortstop displayed an elite glove at the Super 60. Has a prep step while covering ground with long easy strides. Plus glove action and a good throwing arm across the diamond throwing 86 mph. At the plate showed a better feel for the bat getting his bat on plane early making solid contact. Drove multiple balls as 100 plus pro teams looked on. Registered a 97 mph exit velocity while running a 6.86 60-yard dash.


Metric Position Rank
Overall Rank
60-Yard
6.86 6th
17th
Exit Velo 97 mph
8th 14rd
INF Velo 87 mph 16th 28th

One Righty and One Lefty Perform Well On The Bump

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  • Overall Number Of Pitchers: 29
  • Overall Number Of Southpaws: 6

Summary: The 18th annual Super 60 featured 29 arms, 23 of which were righties, while six threw from the left side. 25 arms touched 90+ mph with righty Trey Frahm (No. 1 ranked prospect out of Nebraska) sitting in the low-to-mid 90s, touching 96 mph while southpaw Magdiel Cotto (No. 9 ranked prospect out of South Carolina) was the top lefty velo wise, sitting 93-94 mph, topping out at 95.

Nicholas Chittum RHP / Grosse Ile, MI / 2020

Super 60 Report: 6-foot-2, 190-pound strong framed right-handed pitcher came in as a potential breakout candidate at the Super 60 and left just as that. First pitch of the day pounded the glove with a heavy feel at 92 mph, as he delivered his fourth pitch at 93 mph showing clean arm whip and little effort, one thing for sure was Chittum was going to be a name mentioned afterwards. Late breaking slider with depth is potentially an out pitch along with a sinking changeup and 11/5 breaking curveball. Eastern Michigan commit.


Velocity RHP Rank
Fastball
92-93 mph
6th
Curveball 76-80 mph
9th
Changeup
85-87 mph
2nd

Logan Wood LHP / Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep, MI / 2020

Super 60 Report: 6-foot-2, 196-pound left-handed pitcher is just what it sounds like, a pitcher. Wood is a University of Michigan commit that has command of four pitches. Big time spin on his curve and a hard breaking slider. His changeup is above average with a fading action. One of the toughest pitchers to face in Michigan and he displayed that on the national stage. Fastball showed arm-side run up to 89 mph.


Velocity LHP Rank
Fastball
87-89 mph
T-4th
Curveball 75-77 mph
3rd
Slider 77-78 mph
T-1st
Changeup 81-82 mph 1st