Raymond Allen

HS Grad 2005
Age 31 and 2 mos
Age on 2005 Draft 18 and 8 mos
Position(s) MIF  3B
Ht/Wt 6-2, 180 lb
School  Lake Brantley
Hometown  Longwood, FL USA
Summer Team  Legion
Fall Team  Orlando Scorpions
National Rank - Class of 2005
Ranking Last Updated: Jun 06, 2005
Position - MIF
FL State Rank - Class of 2005
Ranking Last Updated: Jun 06, 2005
Position - MIF

4 yr Commitment

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2004 Sunshine East Showcase   Jun 12, 2004
PG Grade: 9
Raymond Allen is a strong athletic 2005 MIF/3B from Longwood, FL. At 6'2" he has top level college tools that could well develop into professional level tools over the next few years. He has good present strength, especially in his upper body, but is still very projectable and looks like he could become a 6'2", 195 lb. third baseman with normal development. Allen is a very good runner with close to average big league speed. His actions on defense are very smooth and easy and his arm strength is close to big league average with good on-line carry. At the plate, Allen sets up in a tall, balanced stance with little load or stride. He has very good hand strength and hand speed and really whips the bat head through the zone. He projects very good power potential down the road and can already turn on a ball hard now with wood. Overall, Allen doesn’t have a weak spot that we saw in his game and he’s going to keep getting better.
PG Career Progression
Best PG Grade: 9.00
0.50 improvement beginning on Jan 03, 2003
PG Grade

Percentile Rank among grad class in the recorded year

60 7.06 sec
83.75% Rank
best 6.23  avg 7.45
 (2005 class in 2004)

best 6.23  avg 7.44
 (2005 class)
IF 79 mph
62.81% Rank
best 92  avg 77
 (2005 class in 2004)

best 92  avg 77
 (2005 class)
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