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Florida JUCO Player Ranking


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With all the factors playing in from 2020, the 2021 Florida Junior College talent may be the deepest we have seen in some time. Our staff has been boots on the ground, checking in on talent across the state and will continue to do so all year. Check out the initial Florida JUCO player ranking with 75 prospects as we see them below and login in to see the full list. 

FLORIDA JUCO PLAYER RANKING- 2/8/2021

 

Rank Prospect PBR Profile FCSAA Stats Junior College Commitment
1 Luis Guerrero Luis Guerrero Chipola College  
2 Shawn Guilliams Shawn Guilliams College of Central Florida Florida
3 Marc Davis Marc Davis Florida Southwestern State College  
4 Dawson Gause Dawson Gause St. Johns River State College LSU
5 Dylan Ross Dylan Ross Northwest Florida State College Georgia
6 Andrew Baker Andrew Baker Chipola College South Carolina
7 Matthew Cedarburg  Matthew Cedarburg  College of Central Florida  
8 Carter Cunningham  Carter Cunningham  Florida Southwestern State College East Carolina
9 Andrew Moore Andrew Moore Chipola College  
10 Evan Michelson Evan Michelson College of Central Florida  

 

 

Luis Guerrero

Class of 2019 / RHP

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2019
  • Primary Position: RHP
  • High School: Home School
    State: FL
  • Height: 6-0
    Weight: 215lbs
  • Bat/Throw: R/R

Statistics

Pitching
96
Max FB
(01/25/21)
94 - 96
FB
(01/25/21)
78 - 80
CB
(01/25/21)
85 - 86
SL
(01/25/21)
80 - 81
SPL
(01/25/21)
Pitching
Max FB
96
FB
94 - 96
CB
78 - 80
SL
85 - 86
SPL
80 - 81

Scouting Report

1/25/21

 

Love everything Guerrero brings to the table, mixes timings extremely well, athletic arm, long athletic lower half. Curveball has sharp biting action, and also threw a true split changeup. 

 


 

 

2/8/20:�Athletic, loose armed righty standing 5-foot-11 and weighing a strong 215 pounds. He physically resembles MLer Johnny Cueto and also similar to Cueto, Guerrero mixed in different looks and paces with his delivery, attempting to keep hitters off time. He worked slow, but was confident. Showed the ability to reach back for 93 mph with his heater, but sat 90-92 while mixing in an above average 82-83 mph split change. Also showed good feel for a fringe quality 74-78 mph curveball on this look, but it’s likely this pitch has shown better in the past and will again in the future. Overall, Day Two is not out of the question if Guerrero is able to harness his command and develop consistency with his breaker over the remainder of the spring.

 





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