10/17/2015 - 2015 Under Armour Showcase: Baseball Factory's Futures South Hurter is a physical presence at 6-foot-7 and 230 pounds, and featured an advanced feel for pitching. He worked from a low three quarters arm angle, and threw strikes with a four-pitch mix. His fastball has arm side run with some sink in the 83-84 range, and topped at 86. He offered two types of breaking ball, including an upper 60s curve with rolling three quarters break, and a mid 70s slider type with plane closer to his fastball and better depth to the break. He turned over his changeup for diving sink in around 70, and threw it from a fastball arm stroke and delivery. He commanded his fastball to both sides of the plate, and was able to land his secondary stuff or turn it out of the zone either way -- forcing the hitters to deal with location and action into or out of the zone. His delivery was of a quick tempo and his arm worked in coordination to allow for a consistent release point. Overall, he combines quality stuff and feel for pitching to allow a large variety of ways to retire hitters - making him a very interesting follow in the 2017 class.