New England Insider: Top 2018 Uncommitted Right-Handed Pitching Prospects


Dylan Hefflinger
PBR New England Editor In Chief/NW Scout

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By: Dylan Hefflinger
PBR New England Editor in Chief/Scout

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New England Insider: Top 2018 Uncommitted Right-Handed Pitching Prospects

With the Spring season and Summer showcase season coming to an end and the 2017-2018 high school sports season as well as fall ball underway, we would like to take a look at some of the top uncommitted prospects at each position. Over the next few weeks we will look at the top uncommitted 2018 prospects as well as the top underclass prospects. As you can see by the 2018 rankings, there are a good amount of commits all over the nation and plenty of talent left out there for colleges to find.

Today we are looking at the top uncommitted 2018 Right-Handed Pitching Prospects in the New England are. We highlight 10 RHPs. We will look to create a few top uncommitted lists each week, as there are numerous talented prospects still available. Enjoy!

Gavin Sullivan RHP / OF / Cheshire Academy, MA / 2018

Ethan Texeira RHP / Millbury, MA / 2018

6-foot-2, 185-pound right-handed pitcher who has made significant strides on the bump since we last saw him. The fastball touched 86 mph with arm side action and good life. The command of the fastball needs to improve as he matures. The arm itself, is extremely quick. The spin pitch is slurvy, up to 69 mph. The changeup is 76 mph, needs a rotational fix. The delivery is athletic,, coil at the top and the direction of his feet are appropriate. The tracking of the front shoulder to foot strike needs fixing, as he pulls off target prior to getting his stride foot planted. Pitches out of a plus ¾ slot. The plant foot is angled up on the rubber, causing forward lean. The stuff and the arm speed are present, the delivery needs tweaking to improve control of the ball. 1.02 to the plate in the stretch.

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