Draft Buzz: Zeuch ClimbingPremium
This week, our Draft Buzz will highlight and detail some of the most intriguing prospect performances from around the nation, including some of the landscape’s best high school prospects as well. Prospects will be cited based on their significance in the scouting world, as well as how their performance could impact their draft stock moving forward. In the coming weeks, as the 2016 MLB Draft approaches, we’ll be particularly focused on the latest draft rumors and which players could be drafted where once the big day arrives.
After each weekend, we gather insight from professional scouts from around the nation, as well as from coaches and staff first hand accounts. From this, we bring you the latest on what college baseball has to offer to the future of the professional baseball and draft universe.
Here’s a look at some of the prospects that scouts are talking about this week in college baseball, as well as who has them buzzing from around the nation at the high school level.
Zeuch Getting First Round Buzz
Entering the spring, the scouting world knew to be very intrigued by the 6-foot-7 Pittsburgh ace, T.J. Zeuch. He showed solid, lively stuff, a deep arsenal and an easy, repeatable delivery. Then, he spent some time of the shelf early this spring and his stock was somewhat stagnant. Fast forward to now, a couple months into an outstanding spring for the righty and he’s earning first round type of buzz from high ranking scouts.
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