Top 10 Profiles of 2016: #4 Jack Kelly

By Rob Allison
Prep Baseball Report Minnesota

We are counting down the 2016 calendar year with a look at the top ten viewed profiles of 2016. After drilling down into our google analytics we have compiled the list of the ten most visited profiles, by you the reader, in 2016.

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No. 4 jack kelly

Scouting Report: 
6.21.16 - Northwestern recruit. 6-foot, 175-pound left-handed hitting catcher. Quietly was one of the top overall performers at the PBR Midwest ProCase. Does everything on the field well. Offensively, has simple, balanced approach, excellent rhythm and timing in swing, generates bat speed with minimal effort; aggressive lower half, maintains balance throughout. Works both alleys well, sneaky pop, registered 88 mph exit velocity with wood. In game, he ripped a single to right field and barreled a ball at the centerfielder. Defensively, shows athletic feet, directional footwork, blocks and receives well, soft hands. Throws have carry and finish to second base, pop times ranged between 1.94-2.01, on target; 79 mph out of the crouch. Also ran a 7.10 laser-timed 60.