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Nine to Know: Top Uncommitted Middle Infielders


Brandon Hall
Executive Director, PBR of NC

The past several weeks, PBR scouts from across North Carolina have been pouring over player information in an effort to rank players, based on their primary position, regardless of their graduation year.  Within each class ranking, the PBR database allows for users to see the top players based on their class and position.  The PBR positional rankings have taken that process one step further, removing the graduating class from the positional rankings.

Published Positional Rankings in North Carolina

In today's Nine to Know, we take a look at 9 of the top uncommitted middle infielders in North Carolina.  Each of these players will be in position to make an impact at the next level.

 

Nine to Know

 

Tyler Zedalis SS / RHP / Cox Mill, NC / 2023

 

STATISTICS

  •  
    • POSITION
    • POSITION VELOCITY- INFIELD: 79  (01.26.20)EXIT VELOCITY: 93  (01.26.20)
    • HOME TO 1ST: 4.22  (01.26.20)
  • Bat leads the prospect.  Chance to be a middle of the order type bat as he continues to move forward
  • May see a shift to a corner spot, but he is still young and maturing.  The glove and arm can stay in the middle and quickness may continue to develop with age.

 

 

 

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