Minnesota Insider- Top 5 Uncommitted 2017 Catchers

By Rob Allison
Prep Baseball Report Minnesota

Starting with the spring high school season, through regional and national summer showcases and tournaments, the Prep Baseball Report Future Games in early August, and culminating with fall games and tournaments , our boots-on-the-ground scouting staff has seen a dizzying amount of baseball to accumulate information.

Here are five uncommitted 2017 catchers that have stood out and deserve college consideration.

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1. Morgan Holmes, C, Hopkins, 2017
5-foot-10, 175-pound right-handed hitting catcher. #44 ranked player in MN 2017 class. 7.5 runner. Solid build. One of better B.P.’s at event. Square stance, short balanced stride, stays connected in load and stride, short to contact, clean bat path, consistent hard contact with middle/pull approach. 83 mph exit velocity. Good balance and fluid movements behind plate. Solid receiver. Fast twitch actions. Occasional hitch in exchange/release. Quick arm path. Above avg. carry and accuracy to bag. 2.03 pop time with 76 mph arm strength. Will make significant jump into 2017 rankings.


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