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College of Southern Nevada
Centennial (HS) • NV
6-3 • 210LBS • R/R


2021 National

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Of the five pitchers that threw for CSN to close out the day at Las Vegas Ballpark, Bow was the one that I had the least familiarity with. This led to immediate astonishment when he started pumping fastballs upwards of 96 mph and ripping off impressive sliders. The 6-foot-3, 210-pound Arizona recruit has an athletic frame with noticeable, defined strength that is proportional throughout the frame, but especially apparent in the lower-half. He showcased power-stuff including a fastball that worked 92-96 with some ride and run through zone and upwards of 2497 RPM as a max spin rate. He countered the fastball with a firm, 81-83 slider that he ripped off with 2753 RPM average (2861 RPM max) that tunneled the fastball with late bite and tilt. The pitch features swing-and-miss characteristics with the potential to be a real weapon in the future. He also flashed some developing feel for a firmer changeup in the mid 80s. But the fastball-slider combination is what is sure to draw plenty of attention this spring, and the Arizona recruit was a big winner on the day. The delivery is compact, efficient, and polished getting quality use of the strong lower-half as the arm stroke works somewhat longer in the back with whippy characteristics as he almost “rips” the ball out of the glove to get the continuous stroke going before releasing out of a near ¾ slot. Given the frame and athleticism combined with the potential for two plus-offerings, Bow, along with the rest of the impressive CSN staff, has a chance to be a big helium-arm looking towards July 2021.


A local product out of Centennial HS and has committed to the U of Arizona. He came into CSN touching 91-92 and has filled out physically at 6-4 225. He has seen his velocity jump over the past year and will garner a lot of attention from the scouting community. The delivery is clean and repeats. Shows a simple NWU high kick with his hands set at the belt, and lifts his hands and leg in a synced up fashion. Drives down into his lower ½, and his arm is up and into the power position at foot strike. There is some added polish and ease to his operation. The FB 92-96 has a late giddy up and the ball jumps from his hand. The SL 80-82 has late TQ tilt with late biting depth and will become an avg pitch to go along with the plus FB. The CH 85 shows feel and with the ease to his stuff, coupled with a 3 pitch mix, he shows starter tendencies and will be looked upon to provide length and big innings come next spring. (Scholzen)

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