2021 Spring Forward: 10 Western Right Handers To Know


Jason Burton
Richmond Scouting Coordinator

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With 2020 finally in the rear view we turn our attention to what we all hope will be an opportunity this spring for all players to return to playing high school baseball. Today we continue our annual series of stories entitled "Spring Forward" where we highlight some of the top players, programs, and conferences across a variety of categories for the upcoming 2021 season. 

Today we turn our attention to 10 right handers from Western VA. The western part of the state has some big time arms and this list more than solidifies that belief. Be sure to follow our Spring Forward series as we continue to highlight some of the top players, programs, and conferences through a variety of categories in the weeks to come. 

(*Players are in no specific order*)

Spring Forward To 10 Western VA Right Handers:

Tyler Dean 2021 William Byrd (Virginia Tech)

Drue Hackenberg 2021 Miller School (Virginia Tech)

2021 Drue Hackenberg (@MSA_baseball)

Durable frame with a strong lower half. FB has hard sink to the arm side. Short 3/4 arm. @HokiesBaseball commit

FB 87-91 T92 spin up to 2385
BB 76-77
CH 83-84@PBRVirginiaDC @VAcardinals @ShooterHunt pic.twitter.com/pzhMivRqZO

— Jason Burton (@ksallday19) October 18, 2020

Holden Wilkerson 2021 Cave Spring (VMI)

 

 

Lance Williams 2023 Page County (Virginia Tech)

Connor Maggi 2021 Jefferson Forest (Gardner-Webb)

 

 

John Glasscock 2023 Fluvanna (West Virginia)

 

 

Heath Andrews 2023 James River-Buchanan (North Carolina State)

 

 

Andrew Shaffner 2022 Grayson County (North Carolina State)

 

 

Sullivan Holmes 2022 Liberty Christian (Liberty)

 

 

Noah Hertzler 2022 Broadway