Though equipped with a mid-90s fastball, the switch-hitting, five-tool prospect displays good bat speed, quickness on the bases and power at the plate. A regular in the outfield, he maintains that pitching is his backup.
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When healthy, the 6-foot, 180-pound backstop carries a plus arm. His development behind the plate has been somewhat limited by an elbow injury.
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The lanky righty (6-7, 200) throws as high as 93 mph and is being advised by Scott Boras.
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A 6-4, 200-pound southpaw, DeVall is developing command of three pitches.
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Also a top football recruit at wide receiver, Hood exhibits above average speed. He will decide between playing football for Nick Saban and Alabama or playing baseball.
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Still needing to work on his mobility, the 6-3, 190 senior bats left, throws right and hits with power to all fields.
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At 6-5, 200 pounds, Melville is wide-shouldered and deep with potential. He ranks among the top arms in this class.
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A burner with 6.2 speed in the 60-yard dash, Avery, who has committed to Georgia as a tailback, comes from an athletic family.
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In spite of his small frame (6-foot, 180), Gray has an easy arm motion and also played quarterback in high school.
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A household name in the Houston area, Grossman (6-1,195) can run with the wind and enjoys the competition of close games.
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