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Was told there is a number that position players generally have to be able to run in order to even be looked at in college, I'm thinking 6.7?
This post was edited by Black Death7 10 months ago
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No, 6.7 is pretty dang fast. I don't think there is a number. Maybe for CF, but I doubt even then. 6.7 is above average for a college baseball player, though.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
I bet that Saiko, who was one of our better baserunners, runs a 6.9, or slower.
Tanner English ran a 6.37 at the Perfect Game showcase a few years ago. The next fastest time was around 6.5 I believe. Anything under 6.5 is extremely fast. I think 6.7 is still pretty fast.
Anything under 7 flat will grab some attention. The higher you go above that you're other skills better be pretty good.
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