'19 MS RB Jerrion Ealy

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SycloneJoe

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He's a phenomenal baseball prospect. 6.13 60 yard, 96 mph OF velocity, 91 mph exit velocity, 72.5 mph swing. That's all in the 90-99% on 2019 prospects. He's got terrific speed, decent pop and a rifle arm. He's about to have a big payday in June!


"Scouting grades: Hit: 50 | Power: 50 | Run: 75 | Arm: 60 | Field: 55 | Overall: 50
The top two-sport athlete in the 2019 Draft, Ealy is a four-star running back recruit who led Jackson Prep (Flowood, Miss.) to four straight Mississippi 4-A state football championships. He's only one of four players to earn Under Armour All-America honors in baseball and football, joining Kyler Murray, A.J. Brown and Maurice Hampton (another top prep prospect in this class). He's committed to play both sports at Mississippi, giving him added leverage but also clouding his signability.
Unlike many players whose attention is divided between multiple sports, Ealy isn't extremely raw on the diamond. He needs to smooth out his right-handed swing, but also shows promising feel for putting the bat on the ball. He has a quick bat and packs plenty of strength in his compact frame, giving him at least 20-homer upside if he puts it all together at the plate.
Ealy can flash top-of-the-scale run times and already shows a knack for stealing bases. His quickness and good jumps allow him to chase down balls in both gaps from center field, and his strong arm will play anywhere in the outfield. His package of tools is similar to that of Murray, who signed with the A's for $4,660,000 as the No. 9 overall pick in the 2018 Draft and won the Heisman Trophy as an Oklahoma quarterback this fall."
 
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He's a phenomenal baseball prospect. 6.13 60 yard, 96 mph OF velocity, 91 mph exit velocity, 72.5 mph swing. That's all in the 90-99% on 2019 prospects. He's got terrific speed, decent pop and a rifle arm. He's about to have a big payday in June!


"Scouting grades: Hit: 50 | Power: 50 | Run: 75 | Arm: 60 | Field: 55 | Overall: 50
The top two-sport athlete in the 2019 Draft, Ealy is a four-star running back recruit who led Jackson Prep (Flowood, Miss.) to four straight Mississippi 4-A state football championships. He's only one of four players to earn Under Armour All-America honors in baseball and football, joining Kyler Murray, A.J. Brown and Maurice Hampton (another top prep prospect in this class). He's committed to play both sports at Mississippi, giving him added leverage but also clouding his signability.
Unlike many players whose attention is divided between multiple sports, Ealy isn't extremely raw on the diamond. He needs to smooth out his right-handed swing, but also shows promising feel for putting the bat on the ball. He has a quick bat and packs plenty of strength in his compact frame, giving him at least 20-homer upside if he puts it all together at the plate.
Ealy can flash top-of-the-scale run times and already shows a knack for stealing bases. His quickness and good jumps allow him to chase down balls in both gaps from center field, and his strong arm will play anywhere in the outfield. His package of tools is similar to that of Murray, who signed with the A's for $4,660,000 as the No. 9 overall pick in the 2018 Draft and won the Heisman Trophy as an Oklahoma quarterback this fall."
Is this for this kid? or Hampton?
 
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He's a phenomenal baseball prospect. 6.13 60 yard, 96 mph OF velocity, 91 mph exit velocity, 72.5 mph swing. That's all in the 90-99% on 2019 prospects. He's got terrific speed, decent pop and a rifle arm. He's about to have a big payday in June!


"Scouting grades: Hit: 50 | Power: 50 | Run: 75 | Arm: 60 | Field: 55 | Overall: 50
The top two-sport athlete in the 2019 Draft, Ealy is a four-star running back recruit who led Jackson Prep (Flowood, Miss.) to four straight Mississippi 4-A state football championships. He's only one of four players to earn Under Armour All-America honors in baseball and football, joining Kyler Murray, A.J. Brown and Maurice Hampton (another top prep prospect in this class). He's committed to play both sports at Mississippi, giving him added leverage but also clouding his signability.
Unlike many players whose attention is divided between multiple sports, Ealy isn't extremely raw on the diamond. He needs to smooth out his right-handed swing, but also shows promising feel for putting the bat on the ball. He has a quick bat and packs plenty of strength in his compact frame, giving him at least 20-homer upside if he puts it all together at the plate.
Ealy can flash top-of-the-scale run times and already shows a knack for stealing bases. His quickness and good jumps allow him to chase down balls in both gaps from center field, and his strong arm will play anywhere in the outfield. His package of tools is similar to that of Murray, who signed with the A's for $4,660,000 as the No. 9 overall pick in the 2018 Draft and won the Heisman Trophy as an Oklahoma quarterback this fall."
A 6.1 60 is unreal. I remember being at a showcase and coaches freaking out about a high 6.4.
 

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