College | Story | 7/14/2021

Cape Cod Notebook No. 2

Perfect Game Staff        
Photo: Jake Smith (Miami Athletics)
Cape Cod Notebook: No. 1

An action packed second week of the Cape Cod League brought with it a new wrinkle, unique to this season, but likely a permanent change going forward. With the postponement of the 2021 MLB Draft, several draft-eligible players were on the circuit in the weeks preceding the draft. Additionally you will see some 2022 and 2023 draft eligible players listed as well. There’s another post detailing more of my week two and three looks to drop in the coming days. This is a wrap-up of the post Collegiate National Team departure/pre-draft period, a new a unique wrinkle to the league in 2021.

Notes by Geoff Pontes

Jake DeLeo, OF, Georgia Tech (2022) | Chatham Anglers
Dates Observed: 6/21, 6/26, 6/29, 6/30

An athletic outfielder with an athletic svelte frame that oozes projectability. He generates good bat speed, and all of his tools are average or better. He’s hit over power, showing the ability to consistently make contact and is unlikely to strike out. There’s a lot of singles and his best contact comes in the way of stinging line drives up the middle. There’s certainly projectable power in his frame and an adjustment in his setup could lead to more power in game as he matures.

An above-average runner whose speed plays on the basepaths and in the outfield. Capable of playing center but probably stretched there.

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