Prep Baseball Report

Top 10 Uncommitted 2024 Outfielders

Cooper Trinkle
Lead Scout

Micah Rienstra-Kiracofe, OF/RHP, North Central HS

One of the top uncommitted position players left on the board. Micah is an uber-athletic, 6-foot-1, 175 pounder that is full of quick twitch. Rienstra-Kiracofe’s hit tool continues to improve and he is beginning to flash power potential with double-digit home run numbers this spring. A 6.74 runner that can stay in CF at the college level - Rienstra-Kiracofe possesses advanced arm strength from the OF (94 mph) that also translates to intriguing potential on the mound, where he was up to 88 mph in a look this spring.

Patrick Mazur, OF, Cathedral HS

One of the top uncommitted outfielders left in Indiana’s 2024 class. Mazur possesses very good footspeed (6.77 60) that translates to range in the outfield. A 6-foot-2, 180 pounder that plays multiple sports and offers strength within the frame, Mazur hits from the right-side of the dish and has a simple swing with some strength in the barrel. The overall athleticism that Mazur possesses suggests that there is still considerable development to be had in his overall game. 

Christian Klug, OF/UTL, Bishop Chatard HS

An athletic, 5-foot-11, 175 pounder - Klug has begun to tap into some power during his junior season which is encouraging to see as he already possesses solid bat-to-ball skills. Klug hits from an open stance and shows quick hands and a short, compact bat path at the plate. A good runner (6.86 60), Klug fits the mold of a plug-and-play type utility player at the next level with the ability to play multiple INF and OF spots. 

Carter Hall, OF/UTL, Park Tudor HS

Hall is a two-way standout that continues to develop his well-rounded skillset. At the dish, Hall turns a tight barrel that works on an upward plane and has shown the ability to hit for some power to both gaps in-game. A 7.19 runner, Hall possesses plenty of defensive versatility, a primary corner outfielder that can also play both corner infield spots with above-average arm strength. Hall offers two-way prowess with the ability to hop on the mound and sit 83-86 T 87 mph on his fastball with feel for a 75-78 mph slider.



Tyler Peller, OF, Andrean HS

A muscular, 6-foot-1, 190 pounder that hits from the left-side, Peller offers major bat speed within a short, simple swing that produced an exit velocity up to 100 mph this winter. The Andrean product's bat explodes through the hitting zone on an uphill plane. A 7.08 runner, Peller possesses plenty of arm strength (90 mph) from the outfield with long and uninterrupted arm action.



Davis Wagner, OF, Guerin Catholic HS

Wagner's best tool is his ability to impact the baseball from the right-side of the batter's box. A strong, 6-foot-1, 195 pounder - Wagner uses a controlled, toe tap stride paired with a level swing plane to allow for consistent hard contact. Wagner fits the mold of a bat-first corner outfielder, but also offers above-average arm strength (86 OF Velo) that also translates to some two-way promise on the mound. 



Wrigley Bumgardner, OF, Zionsville HS

An athletic, 6-foot, 175 pounder with the ability to stick in CF at the next level. Bumgardner offers a run tool that allows him to range from gap-to-gap with above-average arm strength. A left-handed hitter, Bumgardner has a simple swing with fast hands and a contact-oriented, line drive approach to fit the mold of a top-of-the-lineup type bat. 



Stryker Swenson, OF, North Central HS

Swenson has added noticeable strength to his frame over the past 12 months which has translated to more overall athleticism, along with improving gap-to-gap pop. The 6-foot, 192 pounder is a strong rotator at the dish, translating to bat speed and an exit velocity up to 98 mph this winter. Above-average runner with a 60 time of 6.98. 



Nicholas Johnson, OF, Lawrence Central HS

An athletic, 5-foot-10, 175 pounder - Johnson possesses good foot speed (6.81 60) that translates to range in the outfield. The junior OF also has arm strength from the outfield (88 OF velo) with long and loose arm action. A right-handed hitter that hits from a wide stance and has strength in the barrel, the twitch and athleticism that Johnson possesses suggests there is still a considerable amount of development left in his overall game. 

Joshua James, OF, Mt. Vernon HS

An athletic outfielder with a very solid run tool (6.79 60) - James is another uncommitted '24 with the ability to stick in CF at the next level. James is a glider-type runner that can range from gap-to-gap with plenty of arm strength (89 OF Velo). Offensively, the 6-foot-2, 170 pounder has a short swing with a contact-oriented approach and some feel to drag bunt in-game.