PBR IA- Top 10 Most Viewed Profiles of 2021- #10
December 20, 2021
Over the next 10 days we we will be counting down the 2021 calendar year with a look at the Top Ten Viewed Profiles Of 2021. After combing through our google analytics, we have compiled a list of the ten most viewed profiles on the PBR Iowa website by you, the readers, over the past year.
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Positional Profile: C/3B
Body: 5-11, 205-pounds.
Defense: 2.00-2.07 pop times. C - 81 mph. Good direction, longer stride to throw, clean exchanges, has above avg. carry and accuracy on throws.
Hit: Leg kick trigger, lives in middle of field, loud line drive and fly ball contact, above average ability to barrel baseballs.
Power: 96 mph exit velocity from the tee.
Run: 6.84 runner in the 60.
Strong 6-foot, 210-pound catcher. Iowa commit. The left-handed hitter sets up in a wide, relaxed stance. Uphill swing plane with back foot finish. Drives through the ball with projectable power to the gaps. 94 mph exit velocity from the tee. Behind the plate, flexible with good receiving ability. Quick feet with longer high-¾ arm action. 79 mph arm strength with accuracy. 2.14-2.25 pop times. 6.97 sec 60-yard dash.
Positional Profile: C/3B
Body: 5-10, 185-pounds.
Hit: LHH. One of loudest rounds of BP during event, narrow square stance, knee to knee trigger, stays compact, drives through ball well, gap to gap approach, bat projects well for college level.
Power: 91 mph exit velocity from the tee.
Arm: RH. C - 79 mph. INF - 83 mph. 2.07-2.20 pop times. Good actions behind plate, appropriate footwork, compact arm action, carry to bag, solid accuracy.
Defense: Off-set setup, quiet pre-pitch with athletic movements, above avg. receiver. IF- Active feet with solid overall actions, quicker arm, accurate to bag.
Run: 7.08 runner in the 60.
5-foot-9, 175-pound left-handed hitting catcher. 4.84 home to first time. Knee to knee trigger, aggressive swing, looks to elevate baseball, flashes of strength in bat, mid/pull approach with hard fly ball contact off bat, 89 mph exit velocity. Sure hands and shows ability to receive, clean exchanges, quality arm action, has carry and accuracy to bag, 77 mph arm strength with 2.04-2.08 pop times. Strong follow in IA 2022 class.
5-foot-9, 175-pound left-handed hitting catcher. 7.31 runner. Square stance with easy body load, repeats swing well, consistently squares baseball with quality gap to gap approach, strong bat to follow in 2022 class, 83 mph exit velocity. Has solid athletic actions behind plate, inconsistent receiver, shows ability to block, quiet body and glove to receive. Works low to ground, two hand receiving effects release creating length, inconsistent accuracy to bag, has solid tools and will benefit from upper level catching instruction, 74 mph arm strength with 2.18-2.32 pop times.
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