McGeary helped his draft status considerably this past summer with strong performances and showing at the Perfect Game National Showcase, the East Coast Professional Showcase, the Area Code Games and at the WWBA World Championship. While he's not a flamethrower at this point in time, he does work regularly in the 88-92 range, and his athletic frame and smooth delivery leads many to believe that McGeary is just starting to scratch the surface of his future potential. His best attribute is his advanced knowledge of pitching, as he controls the strike zone very well and has both a promising curveball and changeup, giving him the size, stuff, athleticism and intangible elements you look for in a left-handed pitcher. He is also a pretty good hitter, with a smooth stroke from the left side and some power potential, but his professional future lies on the mound. A very good student, McGeary has committed to play for Stanford, which may make him a relatively tough sign.
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