Malik Collymore (SS/2B), out of Port Credit Secondary School (Mississauga, ON), is a potential early round candidate that could grow into an offensive force at the collegiate level. The six-foot, 190 pound infielder creates good leverage in his swing and already boasts solid pull-side power while showing an ability to drive the oppo gap. Collymore should get every chance to stick in the infield, but possesses enough athleticism and foot speed to shift to an outfield corner down the line, if needed. Today’s video is from the 2013 Perfect Game World Showcase, held at Terry Park in Ft. Myers, Florida. Collymore is an NC State commit and plays for the Ontario Blue Jays travel squad.
NOTE: Malik's listed 60 time on the above video is from watch, with Perfect Game's official reported 60 time at 6.76 for this event. Malik has reportedly been clocked as low as 6.5 during pro workouts last October.
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