Future Games Team Mid-Atlantic Spotlight: Brett Allen


John Nolan
Virginia Scouting Director & Managing Editor

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This week, Prep Baseball Report's premier summer underclass event will get underway, for the first time taking place at LakePoint in Georgia. The Future Games features over 400 of the top uncommitted 2021 and 2022 players from across the country at one place and is one of the most heavily scouted events of the year, with all 30 MLB clubs represented and well over 160 college coaches coming each year to follow four days of action.

Players take part in a workout day followed by three days of games. Teams are selected regionally by PBR's local scouting staffs, with Team Mid-Atlantic being made up of the top players from Maryland, Delaware, DC, and Virginia. We will unveil this year's team in the coming week in these profile spotlights, continue to follow us for all of our coverage in the coming weeks.

 



Brett Allen

Class of 2021 / RHP

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2021
  • Primary Position: RHP
    Secondary Position: 3B
  • High School: Mechanicsville
    State: VA
  • Summer Team: Virginia Cardinals
  • Height: 6-3
    Weight: 190lbs
  • Bat/Throw: S/R

Statistics

Pitching
90
Max FB
(07/15/20)
84 - 88
FB
(07/15/20)
76 - 79
CB
(09/11/20)
75 - 78
CH
(07/31/19)
Pitching
Max FB
90
FB
84 - 88
CB
71 - 74
CH
72 - 74
Pitching
Max FB
87
FB
84 - 87
CB
72 - 74
CH
75 - 78
Position
7.00
60-yard
(07/31/19)
93
Exit Velo
(07/31/19)

SCOUTING REPORT

5/07/19

 

VA/DC Scout Blog

The switch hitting sophomore stands around 6-foot-3 with a strong projectable frame. Played both corner infield spots on the day and did a solid job defensively. Stood out at the plate, where he shows some strength from both sides of the plate. From the left side sets up in a very slightly open stance with a small stride in landing on line. Hands showed some rhythm and loaded back to separation. Swing has some uphill tilt to it and the barrel stays on through extension. Also came on in relief for Benedictine. Was short work, but fastball was 82-83 mph and curveball sat around 70-71 mph. Flashes some ability at the plate and on the mound and should be a player to watch going forward.

 


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4/29/19




 

 

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