Michigan Top Ten Breakdown: Top Viewed Prospect Profiles - #1 Spencer Schwellenbach



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By Dylan Hefflinger
Editor in Chief/NW Scout

After drilling down into our Google Analytics we have compiled a list of the 25 most visited Michigan profiles on the Prep Baseball Report website in 2016. During the month of December we will take an in-depth look at the top 10 most viewed profiles from 2016.

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Michigan Top Ten Breakdown: Top Viewed Prospect Profiles - #1 Spencer Schwellenbach

Spencer Schwellenbach#1 Spencer Schwellenbach, SS/RHP, Saginaw Heritage, 2018 (Nebraska commit)
Scouting Report:
5-foot-11, 160-pound two-way prospect. An advanced approach in the field, moves through ground balls well while throwing 84 mph across the diamond. Ran a 7.21 60 yard dash. Hits with a minor leg trigger from an upright approach, while maintaining his bat in the zone. Simple delivery on the mound while using slight rock back prior to delivering. Throws from a high-3/4 angle sitting 84-87 mph, touching 91 mph. Also showcases a slow breaking 70-72 mph curveball and changeup at 66-68 mph.

Overview: In 2016, the talented '18 two-way prospect comes in at the top spot in the state rankings and 20th overall. The Saginaw Heritage product was apart of our 2015 Futures team for Michigan and used that platform to showcase his talents. Look for this two-way prospect to have an outstanding last two years for Saginaw Heritage before heading to Nebraska or beyond.

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