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Tommy Hunter (Rob Carr/AP)


Biographical Data
Player Name:Tommy Hunter
Position:Starting Pitcher
School:University of Alabama
School Type:Four-Year College
Academic Class:Sophomore
Birthdate:07/03/86
Height:6'4"
Weight:250 lbs.
Bats:Right
Throws:Right
Report Date(s):05/04/07
Game(s):Florida

Focus Area
Comments
Fastball:Hunter has a slightly above-average fastball that sits anywhere from 88-94 mph, with a comfort zone of 88-91 mph.
Changeup:Hunter has a future-average changeup.
Slider:Hunter throws a slider that projects to also be an average pitch in the future.
Control:He's got below-average command currently, but projects to average in the future.
Poise:Hunter is a tough kid with a bulldog approach.
Physical Description:Hunter has a big heavy build, kind of like Jonathan Broxton.
Medical Update:Healthy.
Strengths:He projects to have at least three average offerings.
Weaknesses:His overall present command is below-average.
Summary:A draft-eligible sophomore, Hunter is a big right-hander with a chance to have a good three-pitch mix. Right now, his command is below average, but like his stuff, there's projection for improvement. With a bulldog approach on the mound and an above-average fastball, some might see him as a bullpen guy down the road, but he also could evolve into a back end of the rotation guy.