- Keith Law, ESPN Insider
Vanderbilt right-hander Carson Fulmer, a projected first-round pick this June, blew away Missouri's weak lineup Friday night with pure stuff, as he had below-average fastball command and threw only 70 of 120 pitches for strikes. Fulmer was in the 92-97 mph range and held his velocity deep into his seven-inning start, with a plus curveball at 81-83 that has very sharp, tight break and that he throws for strikes more consistently than he does the fastball. He'll also show an 87-89 mph slider that's short like a cutter and will flash an average or better changeup at 81-83.
The thing about Fulmer is there's no chance he can start with his current delivery and arm action.
Keith Law passes along his scouting notes on Vanderbilt University starter Carson Fulmer and shortstop Dansby Swanson and has more MLB draft buzz.