I’ll be at the East Cobb complex tomorrow taking in Perfect Game’s Southeast Top Prospect Showcase and Southeast Underclass Showcase. Some interesting names for the 2010, 2011, and 2012 drafts will be there, and I’ll be reporting back what I’ve seen. I might have some video, too, and pictures will be taken. Not a lot of huge names there, but it’s a good start for the fall scouting season for me.
As for the upcoming schedule, I must apologize for not keeping you up-to-date. My personal schedule’s been hectic to say the least for the last three plus weeks, and it’s been hard enough to spend time watching baseball much less preparing in-depth analyses. I assure you I’m still working on the draft reviews, and the Tigers’ one will be out soon. Interviews are also forthcoming.
In other news, I’m really gearing up for the 2010 draft at the moment, and I’ll be posting more coverage on that than I have been lately. I’m currently planning out my Spring schedule for scouting, and I’m pleased to say that I’ve lined up my schedule to see a number of intriguing matchups (assuming guys stay healthy). I’ll probably see Georgia standout Justin Grimm matching up multiple times, and I’ll probably catch him pitching against names like Auburn’s Hunter Morris and Tennessee’s Blake Forsythe, while Drew Pomeranz, Sam Dyson, Bryan Morgado, and James Paxton pitch on the other side. Great start to my early scheduling.
I’m planning on catching fall practices and games, too, so stay tuned. I’m going to be seeing Derek Dietrich, Deck McGuire, and Kevin Jacob of Georgia Tech very shortly, so check back for details. Andrew Toles, a 2010 prep outfielder from Georgia who is committed to Tennessee, is my big target for tomorrow, and I’ll give you more interesting names when I return. The 2011 and 2012 draft talent is more intriguing to me for tomorrow’s events, so I’ll be sure to keep you posted.
Thanks for sticking around.
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