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Oct 26, 2006 - Oct 30, 2006   Southeast Select
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Roger Dean Complex - Jupiter, FL
Matt Sorrell
3B IF 6-3 200   R/R

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Jul 10, 2006 - Jul 16, 2006   Orlando Baseball Academy
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East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Matt Sorrell
3B IF 6-3 200   R/R

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Jul 03, 2006 - Jul 09, 2006   Orlando Baseball Academy
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East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Matt Sorrell
3B IF 6-3 200   R/R

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Jun 16, 2006 - Jun 18, 2006   4-Green
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University of Arkansas - Fayetteville, AR
Matt Sorrell
3B IF 6-3 200   R/R

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7.05
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81
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Matt Sorrell is a 2007 right hand hitting 3rd baseman from Sea Breeze HS, residing in Ormond Beach, FL. He is quite physically built and has an excellent 6'3" 200 lb. frame that is both presently strong but also has room to fill out. There were times when Sorrell showed very intriguing abilities and enough times that he looked like the developing player that he is. Ultimately he was ranked #98 among PG National Top 100 position players and it would be a good bet that in the future, when ranking all these players again, he would be higher. Sorrell hits from a square stance with a bit of a wrap load that creates some swing length. He is a timing type hitter, as many power hitters are. In time Sorrell should develop into a power hitting 3rd baseman if his many positive attributes are an indication of his future. His barrel stays in the zone pretty well, he showed good bat speed and when a mistake entered the zone, he jumped on it. Long term he looks to be an RBI type of hitter, a solid 5-6 hole type. Follow him closely, he could explode in the springtime. Defensively he has a full set of tools that profile well at 3rd base. Sorrell has a strong average arm and good hands. He moves well and showed good some lateral agility. His bat and defensive skills all make him a pretty close to prototypical 3rd base prospect. Sorrel ran home/1st and posted a 7.05 60 yard dash. Look for him to be a sought after D1 recruit and also get plenty of attention from his area scouts this spring. Big young corner players with playable skills across the board are not that common.
PG Grade 9.0




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Oct 07, 2005 - Oct 10, 2005   SouthEast Select
  6

Terry Park - Ft. Myers, FL
Matt Sorrell
3B IF 6-3 200   R/R

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Oct 01, 2004 - Oct 04, 2004   SE Select
  

5-Plex - Player Development Complex - Ft. Myers, FL
Matt Sorrell
3B IF 6-3 200   R/R

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Jan 02, 2004 - Jan 04, 2004   29-Orange
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5-Plex - Player Development Complex - Ft. Myers, FL
Matt Sorrell
3B IF 6-3 180   R/R

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7.25
40
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78
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79
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65
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67
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Matt Sorrell -- Sorrell is a young freshman prospect from Florida with an outstanding projectable 6-3 body. This kid is going to be some kind of strong and athletic if he puts any type of work into it at all. Sorrell hits from a wide stance with little lower half turn, which robs him of some power. He still showed impressive pop at the plate, including lining an 87 mph fastball way up the right centerfield alley during the All-Prospect game. Sorrell had a couple of other hits in games, too. Sorrell runs very well for a big guy and with his arm strength profiles well to nearly any position in the future. Sorrell didn’t list himself as a pitcher at all but threw twice anyway, touching 83 mph with his fastball and showing a hammer of a curveball at 72-73 mph. He didn’t have ideal rhythm to the plate but if he stuck with pitching even part-time he would be a college level prospect at least. Right now he's too good an athlete to think about just pitching. Matt is a good student.
PG Grade 9.0