Rawley Hector and Jordan Lawlar making an impact


Toby Bicknell
Texas Scouting Director

With the amount of games that our staff is seeing on a weekly basis, especially during the tournament season, we have covered a ton of ground in the first month. Let’s take a look at two of the top 2021 grads in Texas we saw in the past week, Rawley Hector and Jordan Lawlar. We are also in the process of updating all four class rankings, with our most recent update to the 2019 Class, along with the 2020, and 2021 updates in the next week or two. Our summer events have posted and our staff is fired up about the opportunity to see every player in Texas, either through our "boots on the ground" scouts, or through our Showcases and Tournaments during the summer. 

On Wednesday, we had a chance to catch the No. 1 Player in the Texas 2021 Class, SS/RHP Rawley Hector, in a 3 o’clock start at Anna HS. Standing 6-foot-4, 175-pounds, with a long-limbed, projectable, athletic frame. The right-hander works from a ¾ slot with a quick arm swing and a drop-and-drive delivery. His fastball was 87-88 in the first, getting up to 89 a couple of times in the second, and touching 90 once. When he stays on top of the pitch it has significant sink at the bottom of the zone. Slider had more lateral 10/4 shape with late break at 77-81. Showed quality feel for his changeup at 79-82 mph with heavy depth to finish. The Texas A&M commit posted 10 punchouts, 

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