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5DOLLAR-BLEACHERBUM
05-02-2010, 01:33 PM
We have a kid in our program that deserves a shot playin big time college baseball. He is a senior and to this point he hasn't got much attention. His numbers are pretty impressive just not sure how to get the word out. Was hoping someone on here would have some input on how to get somebody to take a look at him. I have never seen a High School player with a swing like his and have faith that he can compete at the D1 level. He had 13 hr's and 45 RBI's in 82 ab's last year with a .488 average, and currently is batting .537 with 4 hr's 26 rbi's in 54 ab's while being severely pitched around to the tune of a .600 OBP. His career slugging is .841, junior year slugging 1.085, and senior year slugging .907. If anyone can help it would be greatly appreciated, he is a good kid and plays a strong first base. Hits RH, throws LH. Thanks

Benihana
05-02-2010, 01:46 PM
We have a kid in our program that deserves a shot playin big time college baseball. He is a senior and to this point he hasn't got much attention. His numbers are pretty impressive just not sure how to get the word out. Was hoping someone on here would have some input on how to get somebody to take a look at him. I have never seen a High School player with a swing like his and have faith that he can compete at the D1 level. He had 13 hr's and 45 RBI's in 82 ab's last year with a .488 average, and currently is batting .537 with 4 hr's 26 rbi's in 54 ab's while being severely pitched around to the tune of a .600 OBP. His career slugging is .841, junior year slugging 1.085, and senior year slugging .907. If anyone can help it would be greatly appreciated, he is a good kid and plays a strong first base. Hits RH, throws LH. Thanks

Contact Tom Elias at this place: http://cpoacincinnati.com/

He has a pretty good track record for placing prospects with big time programs. Good luck!

KoryMac5
05-02-2010, 01:48 PM
I would put some sort of marketing tape together highlights etc... and send them to some of the local schools in the area. A well done tape could produce results for you and get the kid a look from some coaches.