The Hotlist: Risers In The 2015 Overall Rankings



By Nathan Rode and PBR Staff

The 2015 Overall Rankings were updated last week and plenty of players made significant climbs. Listed alphabetically below are 10 players that have recently shown improvements to warrant their rise, which are more impressive when you consider several new states were added to the rankings, bringing a larger pool of players into the mix.

Eduardo Estrada, MIF, Litchfield Senior HS, MN
Estrada is a physical left-handed hitter that has the ability to play multiple positions. He runs well, turning in a 6.6-second 60, and has an average arm. He has plus bat speed and projects to hit for power down the road. He has a gap-to-gap approach right now and consistently squares the ball up for loud contact. He has usable hands in the middle infield and has the upside of being an offensive-oriented second baseman at the next level. He jumped to No. 40 in the Overall Rankings.

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