2013 MLB Draft Profile: Trey Cobb

by Matt Grabusky | Posted on Sunday, January 27th, 2013

Player:  Trey Cobb
Position:  RHP
School:  Broken Arrow (OK)
Date of Birth:
Height/Weight:  6’3/190
Bats/Throws:  R/R
2013 Class:  HS Senior
Committed To:  Oklahoma State

Scouting Report:

  • Slender build
  • Projectable
  • High 3/4 arm slot
  • Fastball, has hit 91, with late movement
  • Curve is average to above average and projects well
  • Change also above average, at times
  • Knows how to pitch

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Awards/Achievements:

  • 2013 Louisville Slugger Preseason All-American 1st Team
  • 2012 Area Cod Games
  • 2012 PG WWBA All-Tournament Team
  • 2012 PG BCS All-Tournament Team
  • 2012 PG World Series All-Tournament Team
  • 2012 Louisville Slugger All-American Honorable Mention
  • 2012 Perfect Game Underclass 2nd Team
  • 2012 ESPNHS Preseason All-State
  • 2012 Perfect Game Honorable Mention

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Statistics:

YR LG W L ERA G GS CG SV IP H HR BB SO WHIP
 2012  HS  10  2  88

If any of this information is incorrect or you have additional information on this player, please let us know at matt@bigleaguefutures.net

 
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  1. Kevin says:

    Another very underrated arm in this class.Same HS as Archie Bradley.

    I think he does have the kick in velocity you’d need to make him a better prospect.And the Curve and Change both strike me as being Above Average if not plus.So right there is a very nice package of pure stuff if you add in the fact that he begins to sit 92-94 instead of 88-90.

  2. Kevin says:

    The plus breaking stuff and change I meant more down the line as what he ends up with.

    The final repotoire being 92-94MPH Fastball.Sits comfortably 91-92

    Above-Average to Plus Curveball and Changeup.Having 2 plus offspeed pitches I’d say allows the fastball even with no jump in velocity to play up enough and then add in the late movement and he could be a very nice SP.

    Might be better served going to college and trying the draft out again.But i think with a good spring teams will dream on him.Plus they already know where to find him thanks to Archie.

  3. Matt Grabusky says:

    Cobb does project nicely and, from what I am told, works hard, as well. I will get to see plenty of him in the spring.

    • Shankbone says:

      Matt are you in Oklahoma? The talent in the past couple years has been top notch. Thanks for the profile on Cobb, looks quite interesting.

  4. Matt Grabusky says:

    Shankbone, I am in Oklahoma, so I get to see all the OK kids and as much of the Texas talent as possible. Overall, Oklahoma has quite a bit of talent for 2013. Denney is well known at this point, but in the Tulsa area you have Trey Cobb, Thomas Hatch, Trey Michalczewski, and Andrew Rosa who all have legit talent. Drew Ward may end up in the 2013 draft class, as well.

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