The Hotlist: Spring Risers In 2014 Draft Class

By Nathan Rode
National Supervisor

The draft is inching closer and closer with the festivities now just eight days away. Before it kicks off, we’ll bring you an updated National Top 50 as well as a preview of what to watch for from the PBR coverage area. In the meantime, here is a look at several players that improved their stock this spring:

Spencer Adams, RHP, White County HS, GA
Pitching is unquestionably the strength of this year’s draft class and several pitchers have seen a jump in velocity since last summer. Adams is at or near the front of that group. He’s thin, but still has a projectable frame. He pitched at 89-91 at the Metropolitan Baseball Classic and now consistently sits 90-94, touching higher, with a mid-80s slider that he does a good job of staying on top of. His changeup is fringy, but has a chance to be an average pitch down the road. He is committed to Georgia.

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