7-26 from: - link - Here are some names of draft eligibles for 2011 who have not been mentioned much and are definitely on the radar for 2011 MLB scouting depts. – Outfield - Joshua Bell, Jesuit HS, Dallas TX, 6'3 195, R/R, runs ok and throws ok, has power in his bat, needs more seasoning and discipline as hitter, would like to see more progression in his running speed and add arm strength, fringy player.
8-11-10 from: - http://baseballanalysts.com/ - Spencer O'Neil (Southridge, Kennewick, WA) stood out in the pre-game infield, displaying a strong, accurate arm in right field with all four throws to third base and home arriving on a clothes line with no hops. However, O'Neil, one of three returning players from the 2009 Area Code Games, has taken the collar at the plate, going 0-for-10 in the tournament.
8-14-10 from: - http://www.prospectwire.com/pw/article.php?id=126 - Another lefty, Jace Fry, was as good as he was the other night, when I thought he was outstanding. His loose quick arm and cross body delivery really work for him and create all kinds of problems for hitters. He was 87-89 mph today and has a sharp and tight 68-75 mph curveball that he can change speeds and shape with. Fry is aggressive, has deception, stuff, and feel. Good combo.
8-12-10 from: - http://www.baseballamerica.com/today/high-school/events/under-armour-preseason-all-america-tournament/2010/2610524.html - LHP - Bonneville HS, Idaho Falls, Idaho Clayton files under the radar as a southpaw from Idaho, but he is starting to emerge on the national scene. He has a fluid, effortless delivery with good downhill plane to his 88-90 mph fastball. He has a great body with strong legs. He also has an outstanding changeup and a sweeping breaking ball that is tough on lefties. He has committed to Oregon.
8-16-10 from: - http://www.mlbbonusbaby.com/2010/8/16/1625615/2010-under-armour-all-american#storyjump - Porter Clayton, LHP, Bonneville HS (Idaho) - Committed to Oregon, Clayton has somewhat flown under the radar being a crafty left-hander from Idaho, but he is everything you look for in a pitcher. His fastball sat at 86-88 on Saturday with probably the best fastball movement of the event that he commanded very well. Both of his secondary pitches are potential above-average pitches in his 74-76 mph change-up and a 78-80 mph sweeping breaking ball that he used for one of his two strikeouts. Clayton works quick and easy with an intelligent pitchers mindset and a very effortless delivery.
8-13-10 from: - http://www.prospectwire.com/pw/article.php?id=122 - - Brewers infielder Dante Flores doubled deep to left-centerfield and also drove a ball deep to centerfield. He controlled the barrel well, but as a smaller guy, the more fly balls he hits, the less he will help his team.