South Carolina's Will Crowe was impressive in a win over Missouri.


College Prospect Insider: Week 7


Each week throughout the college baseball season, the College Prospect Report will provide updated scouting reports and scouting news on key prospects from around the nation. We’ll cast a wide net, as we examine prospect performances for every type of player, from the 2017 draft eligible star to the intriguing fresh faced freshman on the verge of playing a more pivotal role with a key performance.

Using scouting and coaching resources from around the nation, each week’s report will bring the latest on prospects’ velocity, improvements at the plate, home to first times and all the key aspects of the game on which these players are evaluated throughout the season and the entirely of their college careers. We’ll also weigh in on how their most recent performances could impact their future draft stock as well as their place on their current rosters. This notebook will not touch on every prominent prospect performance each week, but will highlight many of the most notable ones.

Now, let’s take a closer look at some of the latest prospect nuggets from around the world of college baseball during week six.

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Wil Crowe (South Carolina) continues to build his draft resume on the strength of consistent durability and power stuff. Working into the seventh inning once again for the Gamecocks, Crowe brought his power stuff to the hill, living at 93-97 mph and carrying it all the way through his outing. He also continues to show power two-seam life and has pitched very aggressively off that fastball. His curveball was sharp in this one, and he threw some effective changeups down in the zone as well. His three pitch mix and aggressive use of his fastball should put Crowe squarely in the first round this June.

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