Unsigned Vero Beach: 10 Can't Miss Prospects

Name Grad Yr High School Position Ht/Wt Hometown Comments Khaalis King 2016 Decatur MIF 5'9 160 Decatur, GA Switch hitting MIF w/ big upside, very good athlete, 6.7 runner, good arm Dionte Roinson 2016 West Orange OF 6'3 200 Windermere, FL Tremendous tools, 6.5-6.6 runner, LHH w/ bat speed, great frame, huge upside...

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High End Prospect Joe Skinner Talks Baseball & Future at UCF

Joe Skinner as much a product of UCF as is cheese synonymous to Green Bay. Skinner who grew up minutes away from the campus has been a Knights fan since he could remember, “UCF has an amazing environment that I always love to be around. Every time I go there my love grows more and more for the University. It is also very close to home. I grew up around fans of UCF and it makes me feel honored to make those people proud and play for the...

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THE 10: Teammates Every Baseball Player Has

1. THE YOU CAN DO IT GUY: No matter what day of the week it is, what rep you are in and what mood they are in, it never fails, they always believe in you. You look at this teammate like a second coach, a brother.   2. THE GUY WHO NEVER GIVES 100%.. BUT IS BETTER THAN EVERYONE: During practice you don’t get what the hype is all about. You and your other 20 teammates finish just about any workout before he does. He...

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Bio Blast: Xavier Edwards

     Trinity Christian Academy standout Xavier Edwards is best described as aggressive, “I look for opportunities to take the extra base on passed balls, pitches in the dirt, and hits that are near the gaps.  Every time I take the field I feel I have a chance to impact the outcome of a game.  My overall athletic ability along with my high baseball IQ gives me an advantage over most players”, claims...

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Ehrlich's Mental Edge - Dealing With Adversity

 My Thoughts on Adversity:                Adversity.  It can be described as misfortunes or difficulties.  Dr. Ken Ravizza describes it as when the _____ hits the fan.  Within the game of baseball adversity may take the form of a booted ground ball, giving up a bomb, or having a call go against you.  Outside of the game, maybe adversity is a position battle, a prolonged slump...

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