Prep Baseball Report

Four More Prospects Name Their Schools

By Matt Sandles
Associate Contributor

More prospects from around the state have named their schools.  Three of the four participated in Top Prospect Games this past June. See where they are heading.

+ Toledo landed a pair of prospects recently. Alex Wagner, a left-handed pitcher from Hartland HS, has committed to Toledo. Since the spring, the 6-foot-3, 170-pound Wagner has been one of the class’s biggest risers. Wagner especially impressed at Top Prospect Games in June when he was arguably one of the best pitchers at the entire event, showing an 84mph fastball and pumping strikes. Wagner is currently ranked No. 103 in Michigan’s 2014 class but will be sure to rise when the rankings are updated.
Brad Boss is a MIF from Bedford HS. The 6-foot-1 Boss, who will be ranked in Michigan's 2014 class when the rankings are updated, has a lot of pop in his bat. Boss runs well and can play a variety of infield positions.

+ Bowling Green received a potential middle-of-the-order bat when it got a commitment from Brother Rice's Randy Righter. Righter is a physically imposing 6-foot-3, 225-pound first baseman who showed well at Top Prospect Games in June. Righter is a pure hitter who has also been up to 86 on the mound. He is currently ranked No. 39 in Michigan's 2014 class.

+ Kyle Randick, a 3B/1B from Flushing HS has committed to Saginaw Valley State. Randick possesses tremendous pop in his bat. Originally a highly touted pitcher, an injury caused Randick to look to contribute in other areas. Randick moves well for his size and will most likely move to first base in college. Randick is currently ranked No. 79 in Michigan's 2014 class.

Michigan's updated and expanded 2014 rankings will be released soon. Stay tuned.

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