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    Quote Originally Posted by Bleed Blue1
    I totally agree with xtrabasehit. On a broken leg, Curley dominated the entire season. He will be the best pitcher in the state by the end of the season. He might even end up getting drafted. And after hearing what happened to his sister, you have to wish him luck because he deserves it.
    Has Curley completely recovered from his injury and will he be ready this upcoming season?
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    Yes, chris has recovered and is working out and preparing for this upcoming season. By not playing football, it really gave his leg a chance to heal up. I see great things for the Beechwood Tigers this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldenBoy23
    Curly?? 90?? festivals and fairs dont count
    Do summer scout clocks.. I'm not sayin he hits it reguallry but he has hit 92 4 times

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    Quote Originally Posted by kentuckyblue
    Josh Bleser will be one of the top pitchers this year. He's only a junior and has all of last year under his belt, including pitching in the districts and regionals. Curley has a year on him, so he will probably be a little better than Bleser. Don't underestimate Bleser this year.

    Very true. Correct me if im wrong but Josh beat Chris for the regional finals just a year ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigstick23
    Very true. Correct me if im wrong but Josh beat Chris for the regional finals just a year ago.
    That's correct.

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    Josh beat Beechwood....He is a very good pitcher, but I wouldn't compare him to Curley.

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    Curley is an excellent pitcher. He has a year on Bleser, so he is probably better right now. But give Bleser another year and compare him to Curley now and you'll find they will be about equal in talent.

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    This thread is for top 10 pitchers in the State. All though I believe Bleser is one of the tops in the 9th, I still think he has some work to do to be considered top 10 in the state.

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    14th region pitcher

    There is a pretty impressive pitcher in Owsley County. His name is Robert Smith. Owsley Co will not get a lot of College scout coverage, but this boy can throw the ball. He is also extremely "smooth" in the field. I feel he is a good Division 1 prospect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigburch
    There is a pretty impressive pitcher in Owsley County. His name is Robert Smith. Owsley Co will not get a lot of College scout coverage, but this boy can throw the ball. He is also extremely "smooth" in the field. I feel he is a good Division 1 prospect.
    If he is good enough, he will be seen. Tell him to attend all the camps that he can, it can only help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kinglion
    If he is good enough, he will be seen. Tell him to attend all the camps that he can, it can only help.
    Great advice. Throw in a showcase or two, as well.

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    If you guys were to rank the top 10 pitchers in the state. What would your list look like?

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    Brent Humphrey - Ryle High School / 11 & 2 pitching varsity ball as a freshmen & soph.
    if the slurve is working....he'll make you swing at the wind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamond Dandy
    Brent Humphrey - Ryle High School / 11 & 2 pitching varsity ball as a freshmen & soph.
    if the slurve is working....he'll make you swing at the wind.
    Humphrey is a good pitcher, but i dont believe he comes near the top ten in the state. Maybe if he takes Ryle out of there district this year single handedly you can look like that but not now for him.

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