Quick Hits Denver Preseason ID

Mike Anderson
Colorado Scouting Director

Englewood, CO--  On January, 2021, PBR Colorado held the Denver Preseason Identification showcase at Slammers South in Englewood, Colorado.  This Identification showcase was open to all classifications.  Colorado’s 2021’s - 2024s had an opportunity to put their name on the radar for collegiate recruiting, create or update a PBR profile. Top Players from this event will have opportunities to be invited to future invite-only events such as the PBR Colorado Preseason All-State, the PBR Future and Junior Future Games

Today, we take a look at some Uncommitted upperclassmen that had standout performances from this event:  Position Players


2022, Dylan Hearn, C, Green Mountain 
Dylan had best BP round of the day.  Barrel contact, middle of field approach.  Balanced lower half, slight lift.  90.2 Exit Velo  Pop 2.13-2.20  Good athleticism behind the dish

2022, James Wright, C, Air Academy
Well built catcher  Pop 2.05 range.  Wide base as Hitter with pull side tendencies.  Strength and quickness in swing Exit Velo 92.7

2022, Luke Bard, C, Douglas County   
Attacking approach as hitter.  Quick hands, slight lift.  Best is yet to come.  Exit Velo 90.2  Pop 2.16  Great Receiver Catcher to Follow in Colorado

2021, Jonathan Alvarez, OF, Arvada West
Strong build, demonstrated quick hands, pull side tendencies.  Exit Velo 93.5 Lots of potential for this SR 2021

2022, Max Slavin, 2022, OF, Rock Canyon
Developing raw talent with Super quick bat speed.  Produced 94.2 Exit Velo.  Can refine skill set as hitter!  

2022, Javier Tanner, RHP/1B, Mountain Vista
at 6’7” 245 Tanner shows potential as hitter.  Pull side with strength and long levers.  Potential.  On the mound, best is yet to come   FB 80.8  Follow as he develops!!

2022, Grayson Headrick, SS, Columbine
Quick hands through the zone. Great mechanical approach Exit Velo 92.8  Ability to go oppo.  4.04 Home to 1st.  

2022, Adrien Armstrong, C, Boulder
Left handed hitter Catcher with Pop time 2.05-2.10 range. Solid receiver.   Good LHH with middle of field approach. See a big upside as he develops   

2022, Lou Levy, RHP/3B, Mountain Vista
Great balance as hitter, creates good rotational acceleration to quick hands   Exit Velo 90.5   2way?  RHP, 82.9 Velo.  

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