PG Indoor Top Hitters/Catchers

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Todd Gold        
Published: Sunday, February 12, 2012


Top Hitters:

1. AJ Puk (2013 LHP/1B, Washington HS, Cedar Rapids, IA)- While Puk is a primary pitcher, he proved that he can more than hold his own with the bat as well. A legitimate two-way prospect, Puk is a standout hitter in spite of his large strike zone that comes as a result of his 6-foot-5 frame. Not only does he show very good bat speed but the loose easy tension free swing actions are highly impressive. He can drive the ball with authority, but his power is more projectable than present at the moment, as he has barely begun to fill in his huge frame, but once he does he should start hitting for big power. (Verbal: Florida)

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