Ohio Insider: Top Uncommitted Underclass Speedy Prospects



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By JD Heilmann and Dylan Hefflinger
Ohio Scouting Director and Editor in Chief/NW Scout

With the Summer season coming to an end and the 2015-2016 high school sports season as well as fall ball getting underway, we would like to take a look at some of the top uncommitted prospects at each position.

Today we are gonna take a look at the top uncommitted underclass speedy prospects in the Buckeye State. We will look to create a few top uncommitted lists each week, as you can see by our 2016 Rankings, 2017 Rankings and 2018 Rankings there are numerous talented prospects available.

Uncommitted list rundown:
+ 2016 RHP's
+ Underclass RHP's
+ 2016 LHP's
+ Underclass LHP's
+ 2016 MIF's
+ Underclass MIF's
+ 2016 CIF's
+ Underclass CIF's
+ 2016 OF's
+ Underclass OF's
+ 2016 Catchers
+ Underclass Catchers
+ 2016 Sleepers
+ Underclass Sleepers
+ 2016 Two-way Prospects
+ Underclass Two-way Prospects
+ 2016 Speedy Prospects

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Top Uncommitted Underclass Speedy Prospects

Luke Waddell, SS, Loveland, 2017
Ranked: 3rd in Ohio’s 2017 class
Scouting Report: 5-foot-8, 160-pound athletic body frame. From the infield he has quick, athletic footwork while playing through the baseball nicely, and has the ability to cover some ground moving well laterally. He fields the ball out front, showing softer hands. He does a good job of getting rid of the ball quickly when he needs to with his quick catch to release transfer. He throws using a clean, short arm action coming from a ¾ slot reaching a top velocity of 79 mph on his throws across the infield. Left-handed hitter with quiet, easy swing mechanics starts from a tall, open stance getting back to being squared up to even before he swings. He uses a fluid hands back to shoulder load and swings with a flat bat path, with the barrell staying through the zone giving him a better chance to make contact. He finishes with a two-handed follow through, reaching a top exit velocity of 80 mph.  He ran a 6.85 60-yard dash.
Speedy Facts: 6.85-60 runner, but plays a lot faster in games. 4.0 speed down the line with above average range in the infield.
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