Any good high school pitchers in Tennessee you happen to be familiar with?

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The Dog

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A friend of mine, says his son is a beast pitcher out of a private school in Nashville. His name is Nick Correll, I'm embarrassed to say I don't remember which private school he attends. Last time he updated me, Nick was the #3 pitcher, whichever hand pitcher he is, his Dad was a lefty, I think Nick is a right-handed, tho. But, he has been known to exaggerate
 
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I was talking to a Stewarts Creek High School coach Saturday and he was telling me about a couple they have ones a lefty there is another kid around that plays for Siegal High School I think it is 92-95 mph legitimate fastball.
 
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I'm not sure how highly rated he would be statewide, but I just saw for the first time last week one of our new pitchers at Jackson County. First name is Grayson. Will have to learn last name. He is only a sophomore and in his first game, went 7 innings, struck out atleast 7, and only 3-5 hits. He did hang a pitch on one of those hits. Probably 3 or 4 walks. Held Livingston Academy to 1 run. Except we stranded 12 and never scored. His fastball was not overpowering yet, but good enough, and his off speed stuff was good, as well as his control. Livingston would be one of our better opponents outside of Gordonsville and Trousdale. If I had to guess, he was hitting in the 80's on his fastball. It was a masterful performance for a sophomore in the season opener.
 

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