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SEC Tournament Scouting Notes - Day 1

SEC Tournament Scouting Notes - Day 1

Hoover, Ala. -- Conference tournaments serve as the final pit stops for the scouting community before the draft.  The SEC tournament typically tops all of those other tournaments in terms of professional caliber talent.  Day 1 of the tournament, while not overflowing with great performances, showed off some solid talent, particularly in the pitching department.

- Pitching performances were certainly not the theme of the opening day of the tournament, but the talent itself was more than representative.  Leading that group was Florida left-hander, Nick Maronde.  The 6-foot-3 southpaw is strictly a reliever for the long haul, but has the type of stuff that profiles at the back of a big league bullpen.  Maronde worked at 92-94 mph on Wednesday and showed off...

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