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13 minutes ago, joelala said:

How did he manage to go undrafted with a  5 pitch mix and t97? Not complaining at all but that’s wild

This is how.  Baseball America.

Draft Prospects

  • Ranked #364 prospect in 2023 draft
     
    School: Liberty Source: 4YR

    Commit/Drafted: Never Drafted 
    Age At Draft: 21.2 
    Gibson made a strong early impression at Liberty by putting up a 3.32 ERA with 70 strikeouts and 21 walks in 65 innings as a freshman in 2021. His second season wasn’t as strong. With 72 strikeouts in 56 innings, his strikeout rate was actually up year over year, but otherwise, the numbers paint a grimmer picture. His ERA ballooned to 6.75, his hits allowed per nine innings went from 7.1 to 10.1 and his walks allowed per nine innings went from 2.9 to 4.8. Gibson didn’t pitch at all for Liberty in the 2023 season, but threw in the Cape Cod League during the summer. He struggled through his first four appearances, posting a 13.50 ERA in 10 innings, with 12 strikeouts and eight walks. Gibson pitched around 89 and got his fastball up to 92, but he struggled to land his secondaries, which include a downer curveball in the mid 70s, a low-80s slider and a mid-80s changeup. There’s arm talent here, but his inconsistencies, lack of playing time and history with arm injuries in 2022 could make him a complicated draft target.
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8 minutes ago, RZNJ said:

This is how.  Baseball America.

 

Draft Prospects

  •  
    Ranked #364 prospect in 2023 draft
     
    School: Liberty Source: 4YR

    Commit/Drafted: Never Drafted 
    Age At Draft: 21.2 
    Gibson made a strong early impression at Liberty by putting up a 3.32 ERA with 70 strikeouts and 21 walks in 65 innings as a freshman in 2021. His second season wasn’t as strong. With 72 strikeouts in 56 innings, his strikeout rate was actually up year over year, but otherwise, the numbers paint a grimmer picture. His ERA ballooned to 6.75, his hits allowed per nine innings went from 7.1 to 10.1 and his walks allowed per nine innings went from 2.9 to 4.8. Gibson didn’t pitch at all for Liberty in the 2023 season, but threw in the Cape Cod League during the summer. He struggled through his first four appearances, posting a 13.50 ERA in 10 innings, with 12 strikeouts and eight walks. Gibson pitched around 89 and got his fastball up to 92, but he struggled to land his secondaries, which include a downer curveball in the mid 70s, a low-80s slider and a mid-80s changeup. There’s arm talent here, but his inconsistencies, lack of playing time and history with arm injuries in 2022 could make him a complicated draft target.

Seems we unlocked a few things then, including about 8 mph velo. Very nice, thanks. 

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1 hour ago, RZNJ said:

This is how.  Baseball America.

 

Draft Prospects

  •  
    Ranked #364 prospect in 2023 draft
     
    School: Liberty Source: 4YR

    Commit/Drafted: Never Drafted 
    Age At Draft: 21.2 
    Gibson made a strong early impression at Liberty by putting up a 3.32 ERA with 70 strikeouts and 21 walks in 65 innings as a freshman in 2021. His second season wasn’t as strong. With 72 strikeouts in 56 innings, his strikeout rate was actually up year over year, but otherwise, the numbers paint a grimmer picture. His ERA ballooned to 6.75, his hits allowed per nine innings went from 7.1 to 10.1 and his walks allowed per nine innings went from 2.9 to 4.8. Gibson didn’t pitch at all for Liberty in the 2023 season, but threw in the Cape Cod League during the summer. He struggled through his first four appearances, posting a 13.50 ERA in 10 innings, with 12 strikeouts and eight walks. Gibson pitched around 89 and got his fastball up to 92, but he struggled to land his secondaries, which include a downer curveball in the mid 70s, a low-80s slider and a mid-80s changeup. There’s arm talent here, but his inconsistencies, lack of playing time and history with arm injuries in 2022 could make him a complicated draft target.

His sophomore year was a disaster, had nagging injuries and didnt pitch well at all. When the season was over Liberty sent him to a training program in Utah. I will not get into why he didn't play his junior season but it's nothing to worry about. We took care or him in HS and travel never threw to many innings.

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7 minutes ago, ChosenOne21 said:

If he was truly the #364 prospect in the 2023 draft, you'd think someone would have taken a chance on him. That's 13th round talent or so.

I don’t think I ever heard the term “a 13th round talent”.

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