2004 Unsigned Seniors Showcase
2004 Top Prospects
- OF - 2004 - Miami, FL
Cueto isn’t just a young man who could play at any Division I school in the country; there were many high school outfielders drafted this year that can’t carry his tools. In addition to his plus arm, average big league speed and powerful bat, the 6-2, 185 lb. Cueto is a top notch student who wants to study Pre-Med in college, so academics are definitely not a problem, either.
- RHP - 2004 - Texarkana, TX
We’ve seen Bittle before and were surprised that he was unsigned. He threw 86-88 mph in Fort Myers with a loose, quick arm and a killer breaking ball in a 81-84 slider that freezes hitters. He can pitch for any Division I program in the country.
- LHP - 2004 - Waltham, MA
Annino has a very nice pitcher’s body at 6-5, 215 lbs and is well coordinated with good pitching mechanics. He touched 84 mph with his fastball and is a very good bet to throw harder in the future.
- 3B - 2004 - Chesapeake, VA
Townsend is lanky and projectable at 6-3, 190 lbs and can really swing the bat. He hit a couple of balls out in batting practice and hits with authority in games. His father was a former professional player so hitting is in his genetics.
- OF - 2004 - Marietta, GA
Caruthers has a mature, athletic body at 6-0, 180 lbs and the strength to generate very good bat speed with wood. He’s a 6.89 runner in the 60 who tracks the ball well in the outfield.