The Five: 2020 Risers

Toby Bicknell
Texas Scouting Director

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Nunez moves from No. 15 to No. 11. The TCU commit is a fast-twitch athlete that makes everything on a baseball field look easy. The left-handed hitter had a stellar fall, and his calm setup at the plate with relaxed rhythm and a lower hand position allows him to be a dynamic offensive force that should fit nicely at the top of the Frogs order. Repeats his hack and is consistently on time with the barrel staying in the zone a long time. Nunez is a top of the order hitter with speed, but there is also present gap power that should continue to improve as he matures. He can flip a ball the other way with two strikes, or turn on a fastball and drive it into the pull side gap. Best description is dynamic, with a high ceiling.




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