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The Five: Uncommitted 2019 Middle Infielders


Brandon Hall
North Carolina Director of Scouting

The Signing Period arrived on November 14th for 2019 graduates across the country.  For many, this means making their commitment a binding one by signing their NLI.  For others, they are still weighing their college decisions. 

From our past studies in the Recruiting Essential articles, we know that more than half of the 2019 graduates that will commit, will still be uncommitted at the time of the early signing period.  Within the state of North Carolina, the number has been right at 35% of the class, or a little higher. 

Players are still working, and getting better.  Schools are still evaluating their current roster and their future needs.  Below is a look at 5 uncommitted middle infielders from the 2019 class, from North Carolina, that are still available and may be ready to impact the next level.  Each catcher is ranked in the just released NC Class of 2019 Rankings.

 

The Five



Aly Dawood

Class of 2019 / SS

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2019
  • Primary Position: SS
    Secondary Position: 3B
  • High School: Cuthbertson
    State: NC
  • Summer Team: 5 Star Carolina Vipers
  • Height: 6-2
    Weight: 148lbs
  • Bat/Throw: R/R

Statistics

Position
82
INF Velo
87
Exit Velo
(01/27/19)

Scouting Report

01.14.18
Lean, athletic body type, standing 6-foot-1, 148 pounds.  Plenty of room to add strength.  There is quickness in the body as he ran a 2.91 twenty-yard dash and produced a standing broad jump of 9’2”.  Good rhythm defensively in the feet and the hands, producing good hops.  Quick, clean exchanges, occasionally from the right hip lead to a short arm action and high-3/4 slot.  Easy carry and accuracy on throws peaking at 79 out of the hand.  Right handed hitter has some effort in his swing, working to create some strength and quickness.  Stays in an athletic base, working to be linear throughout the swing.  Line drive approach, shows barrel awareness with average bat speed.  Stays in the middle of the field, spraying the ball throughout his BP rounds.  Exit velocity peaked at 83 off the barrel.

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