Uncommitted Prospect Spotlight: 2019 Ethan Snodgrass


Jordon Banfield
Arizona Scouting Director

Throughout the year PBR will put the spotlight on a number of uncommitted prospects who show the necessary tools to play at the next level. 2019 Ethan Snodgrass from Sunrise Mountain HS performed well at last year;s Fall Prospect Showcase and made a significant physical jump this spring, turning in outstanding numbers for one of the top teams in 4A. We are excited to see more from him this summer and at the upcoming 2019 Top Prospect Games. As always, contact [email protected] or direct message @PBRArizona on Twitter with any questions and/or commitment information. 



Ethan Snodgrass

Class of 2019 / C

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2019
  • Primary Position: C
    Secondary Position: 1B
  • High School: Sunrise Mountain
    State: AZ
  • Summer Team: Arizona Athletics
  • Height: 6-1
    Weight: 190lbs
  • Bat/Throw: R/R

Statistics

Position
7.27
60-yard
1.96 - 2.03
Pop Time
75
C Velo
88
Exit Velo

Scouting Report

2/28/18 - Has transformed his body, looking leaner and stronger which has made him a more intriguing prospect. Commands the field on defense and shows elite makeup. Consistent 2.0 pops between innings. Doesn't possess elite tools, but is a baseball player. Smoked a line drive with 95 mph exit veto in his last at-bat. Shows ability to be on time against high-end arms. Very little swing and miss in his game.Has made himself into a ossible D1 prospect.

11/12/17 - Turned in a much better performance than only a couple weeks prior at the Fall Prospect Showcase. His 88 mph exit velocity, 7.44 60-yard dash, and 1.96 best pop time were all significant improvements as his body continues to get leaner and more athletic. Snodgrass' hitting ability was never in doubt.

10/29/17 – 6-foot, 190-pound frame with long torso and thick lower half. Relaxed setup with advanced easy rhythm in box. Keeps barrel in zone a long time, making lots of hard contact in his round; 87 mph exit velo. Defensively, shows a quick transfer behind the plate, turning in a best pop time of 2.02 with 75 mph velocity.