Prep Baseball Report

Names to Know: PNW Underclassmen

Shooter Hunt
Vice President, Scouting


Paving the way for college coaches to map out their spring follow list’s, the Prep Baseball PNW Preseason All-State brought together a loaded group from a region that is quickly becoming a hotbed of talent and a hidden gem amongst national programs. Below a look at 8 uncommitted underclassmen who have a chance to make some noise this spring.

Connor Coleman LHP / OF / WF West, WA / 2026

High-waisted at 6-foot-2, 190-pounds Coleman initially set the tone for an ultra-talented event as the first hitter of the day where he featured a smooth left handed stroke that presented length in the zone with ease of movement through impact. Up to 96.2 mph in max exit velocities (363 ft. max distance), there was an effortlessness to his approach with a frame that should carry more strength which will lead to even more power. An athletic runner who posted a 7.12 60-yard dash time, the long and loose southpaw might have been even more intriguing on the bump. Up to 88.9 mph per Trackman with 2297 max rpm, Coleman demonstrated a polished delivery with a loose arm stroke that showed quickness out front. Flashing feel for a changeup with life to the arm side and a developing slider that took some shape, he is clearly a must-follow name in the region, especially when considering the strong track record of his WF West High School to produce outstanding left-handers.

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