Prep Baseball Report

Quick Hitters: Fayetteville Tech Hitters

Brandon Hall
Mid-Atlantic Executive Director

PBR was at JP Riddle Stadium in Fayetteville, NC to run a PBR Scout Day with Fayetteville Tech CC.  The Trojans were winding down their fall season and hosted PBR for a full scout day with their players.  The day opened with pitchers throwing controlled bullpens.  TrackMan was able to gather stats and information on each arm that threw.  The position players took the field next, running a laser timed 60, taking a full BP, and then going through defensive workouts. 

Below we break down some of the numbers and notes produced during the scout day.  Each player that participated has a full PBR Profile that will host all of their stats, as well as video from the workout.

CLICK HERE to see the full roster and all of the stats from the PBR Scout Day




Jack Clancy, OF, SO – Athletic presence at 5-foot-10, 175 pounds.  Left handed hitter with quickness.  Ran a 6.95 on the laser timer.  Aggressive, working flat through the zone with a middle to pull side approach.  Uses a leg kick for rhythm and to star the swing.  Better than average bat speed.

Reece Woody, Off, SO – Physical presence at 6-foot-1, 205 pounds.  Left handed hitter took a loud round of BP with a top exit velocity of 101.7mph.  Just as impressive his average exit velocity was 96.1mph.  Tall and simple, uses a small weight shift load and average stride.  Good bat speed with strength through contact.  Some natural lift with an ability to work gap-to-gap. Ran a 7.02 sixty.

Tanner Sweatt, OF, SO – Athleticism present at 5-foot-10, 180 pounds.  Left handed hitter works flat through the zone with a high finish.  Average barrel feel but with solid bat speed.  Exit velocity peaked at 100.8mph.  Showed quickness throughout the day running a 7.01 sixty.

Tyler Senter, 2B, SO – Average frame with some length at 6-foot, 175 pounds.  Left handed hitter is tall and balanced.  Works quiet with a small leg kick to load.  Some length with solid bat speed.  Works to be flat.  Power to the pull side with a max exit velocity of 92.2mph.

Andrew Perri, C, SO – Physical presence with strength present at 6-foot-2, 210 pounds.  Catcher showed solid receiving skills and a willingness to block.  Strong arm and very accurate.  Worked at 78mph out of the crouch with pop times ranging 1.94-2.01.  Right handed hitter has power, working from a balanced base with a a flat barrel loading quietly.  Small stride, working gap-to-gap with solid bat speed and a lot of strength through contact.  Exit velocity peaked at 99.1mph.

Cameron Faucett, OF, SO – Some length with long legs.  Right handed hitter works from a tall base with a big leg kick.   Aggressive stride, landing slightly open.  Aggressive swings working to do damage, especially with extension.  Average barrel feel with solid bat speed.  Exit velocity peaked at 97.7mph.  Decent twitch, running a 6.78.

Cole Pletcher, OF, SO – Strength present.  Stands 6-foot, 180 pounds.  Ran a 7.10 and showed an accurate arm with well above average carry at 91mph out of the hand.  Right handed hitter is tall and slightly open with a simple load and quiet stride.   Slightly uphill path does damage when on the barrel with a max exit velocity of 97.5mph.

DeAndre Wade, OF, SO – High waisted with quick twitch present.  Stands 5-foot-11, 170 pounds.  Wide base from the right side, pickup the leg and putting it back down in the same spot. Rotational at times with some lift in his swing.   Very controlled, working gap to gap.  Exit velocity peaked at 94.8mph.  Ran a 6.71 on the laser timer.

Michael Starrs, MIF, SO – Right handed hitter took one of the more impressive rounds of BP seen this fall.  Works tall from the right side with a leg kick and rhythmic stride, gaining ground quietly.  Slight bat tip into his launch.  Good bat speed and excellent feel for his barrel.  Worked to the pull side gap consistently with authority.  Max exit velocity at 101.8mph.  Average exit velocity at 95.3mph.  Ran a 6.78 sixty.

Griffin Parmenter, SS, FR – 6-foot-1, 185 pounds.  Right handed hitter.  Tall base and small, quiet stride.  Simple to his launch.  Solid bat speed with average barrel feel.  Some length at times but with natural loft through contact.  Exit velocity peaked at 101mph.