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Under, Uncommitted Top Prospects

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David Rawnsley        
Published: Tuesday, December 04, 2012

National Underclass Session 1 Top Prospects

C Tanner Gragg
(2014/Blue Valley West HS, Overland Park, KS): Gragg really stood out in games on both sides of the ball. He showed extra base power from a short and crisp right handed swing and had 2 triples and a couple of other balls he crushed. He’s an advanced receiver defensively and popped 1.87 in drills and 1.96 in a game while showing very distinct leadership skills.


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