Uncommitted Seniors That Can Help Now


Rich Birfer
PBR Ontario Scout

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Ontario Insider: Uncommitted Seniors That Can Help Now

As the summer season is just about to get off and running, Ontario still has plenty of uncommitted 2018 classmen, eager to find the right fit for themselves on the next level. As the number of young and talented baseball players continues to grow in the country, their remains quite a few names who should definitely be on the radars of college coaches both in the United States and Canada.

Justin Raspanti C / Emily Carr, ON / 2018

Report: A good catch-and-throw guy behind the plate, Raspanti shows some good agility in his lower half and a quick release. Despite a pop time that is down to 1.88-seconds, Raspanti’s bat remains his best tool. Justin has a quiet and controlled swing from the left side, able to consistently find the barrel and drive the ball with low-effort hacks. Exit velocity up to 89 mph off the tee, more power to come as he continues to get stronger.

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