MLB Draft Day 3 Illinois Recap



By Matt Huck
Area Scout

With Day 3 of the 2016 MLB Draft complete, we again look at all the players with Illinois high school ties.

Daniel Woodrow, CF, Creighton University (Loyola), 2013
12th round, Detroit Tigers

Brandon White, RHP, Davenport University (Harlan), 2011
13th round, Atlanta Braves

Dan Rizzie, C, Xavier University (Sandburg), 2012
13th round, New York Mets

Matt Dennis, RHP, Bradley University (Rolling Meadows), 2013
14the round, Colorado Rockies

9/25/12 - Dennis is a 6-foot-2, 195-pound athletic pitcher that showed the ability to command all of his pitches with regularity. Dennis throws from a high ¾ arm slot out of an athletic, repeatable delivery. He showed above average feel for a fastball, curveball, and change up. His fastball sat comfortably at 85-87 mph, his easy arm action proved that he was able to maintain his velocity throughout the extended bullpen. His curveball is a pitch he showed good feel for, throwing it at 66-68 mph and showing signs of true 12-6 action. Dennis also showed good fastball arm speed on his change-up (74-76 mph) which he threw consistently for strikes and showed good sink down in the zone. Dennis proves to have a good feel for the mound and control of all his pitches.

Chris Hall, RHP, Elon University (New Trier), 2012
14the round, Toronto Blue Jays

Catching prospect out of high school, converted to pitching full time last season with the Phoenix. Posted a 2.93 ERA while earning 10 saves out of the pen. 

Although Hall split time with a senior last year behind the plate last spring, he established himself as one of the class’s more promising catchers at the Stevenson Showcase in June, where he fired consistent 1.9-2.0 pop times. Hall is an athletically built catcher who possesses a strong arm and quick feet. Look for him to make a significant impact this spring.

Zach Becherer, LHP, Rend Lake JC (Lebanon), 2014
15th round, Atlanta Braves

Jack Suwinski, OF, Taft, 2016
15th round, San Diego Padres

2.7.16 Super 60 - Indiana recruit. 6-foot-2, 200-pound frame, strong build, barrel-chested, defined lower half. Advanced left-handed hitting outfielder, swings with controlled aggression, gap-to-gap approach with burgeoning power potential. Quiet mechanics, small leg lift back, subtle hand load, excellent pre-swing rhythm, above-average bat speed, level path with natural lift, some effort in swing; recorded 95 mph exit velocity. Defensively, profiles as corner outfielder; confident, aggressive routes to the ball, fields ball in stride, high 3/4 slot, quick release, above-average carry, on-line and accurate; was clocked at 86 mph from the outfield.

Nick Blackburn, RHP, University of Illinois (Neuqua Valley), 2012
16th round, Arizona Diamondbacks

HS - Blackburn established himself as one of the most intriguing right-handers in the class during the late spring, early summer. Blackburn operates from a lower-3/4 arm slot, and gets tremendous late run on his mid-to-upper-80s fastball. Blackburn also throws a sharp slider that has the potential to be a plus pitch at the next level. As a junior, he went 4-3 with a 4.70 ERA and notched 64 Ks in 52.2 innings.

Matt Frawley, RHP, Purdue University (Glenbard North), 2013
17th round, Pittsburgh Pirates

2/19/12 Frawley is an athletically built 6-foot-1, 185-pound right-handed pitcher who has a quick, loose arm action.  Everything Frawley threw was down in the zone and for strikes. His fastball sat at  82-83 mph with some arm-side action, though it looks like there is much more in the tank. His off-speed pitches consist of a 70-74 mph breaking ball, and a 73-75 mph changeup that demonstrated late sinking action.

Chuckie Robinson, C, University of Southern Mississippi (Danville), 2013
21st round, Houston Astros

HS - Robinson is a physically impressive 6-foot-1, 220-pound catcher who possesses elite natural abilities. Extremely strong and physical, Robinson features a plus arm, as he fired event-best pop times of 1.94 and 1.97. Robinson's arm strength came into clear focus (81 mph from the crouch), and he has quick, agile feet behind the plate. For his size, Robinson runs well (7.4 60 yard dash). At the plate, Robinson has immense raw power. He has tremendous bat speed and a strong lower half. As he develops and mechanically fine-tunes his swing, he has the ability to be the most prodigious power hitter in the Class of 2013. The physically impressive Robinson has big-time tools, including plus arm strength behind the plate. He registered 1.89-1.94 pop times at the PBR Top Prospect Showcase in June. Robinson also has raw power potential at the plate.

Sam Tidaback, C, University of North Georgia (Providence Catholic), 2012
21st round, Chicago Cubs

Jack Anderson, RHP, Penn State University (Evanston), 2012
23rd round, Seattle Mariners

Branden Boggetto, Southeast Missouri St. (Providence), 2012
25th round, Washington Nationals 

HS - Positioned behind three-year starting SS Joe Houlihan (now at Central Michigan) and All-State 2B Kevin DeFilippis (Notre Dame), Boggetto didn’t see much action for the Celtics during their Class 4A state runner-up finish. But over the summer, Boggetto proved to be a top-level defensive infielder, one who possesses quick, reliable hands and fluid footwork. In 35 at-bats last spring, he batted .286 with 23 runs, 1 homer and 7 RBI.

Nick Roscetti, SS, University of Iowa (Williamsville), 2012
26th Round, Milwaukee Brewers

HS - A two-time All-Sangamo Conference performer, Roscetti is an athletic, long-limbed middle infielder who ran a 6.78 60 at the Plainfield Showcase in the summer. Last spring, Roscetti batted .465 with 35 runs, 40 hits, 6 doubles, 2 homers, 13 stolen bases and 25 RBI. On the mound, he posted a 6-3 record with a 1.81 ERA. Roscetti, who’s also a standout basketball and football player, batted .472 as a sophomore on varsity. 

Charley Gould, 1B, College of William and Mary (Lake Forest), 2011
26th round, Oakland Athletics

HS - A strong, physical presence on the field, Gould has an advanced plate approach and has showed the ability to drive the ball with power to all fields. As a junior, Gould emerged as a legitimate power threat, blasting 8 home runs and 12 doubles while driving in 35 runs. He finished with a .417 batting average. Defensively, Gould has a strong arm, with pop times regularly registering at 2.0. Also a top-level student.

Tyler Leffler, SS, Bradley University (Benton), 2012
27th round, Pittsburgh Pirates

7.7.12 - Leffler opened the season on fire, earning Porsche Exchange Player of the Week honors after belting 7 homers and 19 RBI in the first week. The athletic Bradley University recruit continued his torrid hitting throughout his senior season and finished with the most impressive offensive numbers in the state.  Leffler led Benton to a 31-7 record and had the Class 2A program in the Top 25 state rankings for most of the season. The new bats certainly didn’t affect Leffler’s power numbers. He finished with an amazing 35 extra-base hits - 17 home runs, 15 doubles and 3 triples - while batting .523. He tallied 68 runs, 67 hits and 20 stolen bases. Leffler batted .500 with runners in scoring position, a big reason why he drove in 53 runs. He also slugged at a 1.086 clip and had an on-base percentage of .619. A three-year varsity standout, Leffler also posted an 8-2 record with a 3.44 ERA on the mound for the Rangers.

Cooper Johnson, C, Carmel Catholic, 2016
28th round, Cincinnati Reds

4.16.16 - Mississippi recruit, currently ranked No. 1 in Illinois’ 2016 class, No. 18 in PBR Draft 100 list. Muscular 6-foot, 200-pound frame, sturdy-strong build, advanced lower half, defined shoulders, strong hands/forearms. Arguably the top defensive catcher in the country, high-level draft prospect. Packed house full of pro scouts to see Johnson square off against Fellows. In first at-bat, he flew out to right field on a 91-mph fastball. He then singled to right field on an 89-mph fastball, and grounded to first base on another 89-mph fastball. In his fourth and final at-bat, facing a new pitcher, he inside-outed an 82-mph fastball through the right side, finishing 2-for-4 with all four at-bats going to the right side. As far as his defensive performance was concerned, read all the extensive past reports in his profile; nothing new to add. He’s still the top defensive backstop in prep draft class.

Ethan Skender, State College of Florida Manatee (Metamora), 2015
28th round, San Diego Padres

HS - 1st Team All State: A 2014 PBR Third Team All-State honoree, Skender more than proved he was one of the top offensive threats in the state of Illinois during his 2015 spring season. The Kansas State-signee hit .495 with an incredible 33 extra base hits in 107 at bats; 21 doubles, four triples, eight home runs, 32 RBI, and 39 runs scored. He stuck out only eight times in 119 plate appearances, posting a .546 OBP, .991 slugging percentage, and a 1.537 OPS. He led the Redbirds to a 31-8 record in 2015, a Mid-Illini Conference championship, and a sectional championship. Skender was selected in the 31st round of the MLB Draft by the Cincinnati Reds.

Mike Danielak, RHP, Dartmouth College (Hersey), 2012
28th round, Pittsburgh Pirates

Will Kincanon, RHP, Triton JC (Riverside-Brookfield), 2014
29th round, Los Angeles Dodgers

6.13.13 - Strong build, excellent physical frame, 6-foot-3, 185-pound right handed pitcher. Delivery shows effort, tall and fall approach, shows rhythm, open landing, athletic first base finish. Arm works from a high ¾ slot, advanced arm speed, long and loose arm action. Fastball has advanced arm side run, showed the ability to command the zone, 86-88 mph. Breaking ball had depth, flashed 12/6 action, 73-76 mph, showed above average feel. Change up showed plus action, thrown with near fastball arm speed, excellent arm side action, showed command, 76-77 mph. Kincanon shows swing and miss stuff in the strike zone. Offensively hits from the left side, slightly tall and open stance, short stride approach. Pull side hitter, line drive approach, slight lift. 86 mph exit velocity from the tee.

Geoff Hatlieb, RHP, Lindenwood University (Highland), 2013
29th round, Pittsburgh Pirates

Pat Cashman, RHP, Southeastern Louisiana (Plainfield North), 2012
30th Round, Chicago White Sox 

Tyler Fitzgerald, SS, Rochester, 2016
30th round, Boston Red Sox

2.7.16 Super 60 - Louisville recruit. Highly projectable 6-foot-3, 190-pound frame, lean, long limbs, wiry-strong with plenty of room for continued physical development. High-ceiling prospect, premium athleticism/frame combination, ran a 6.71 laser-timed 60. Right-handed hitter, has gotten stronger in offseason and it showed during BP. Simple, quiet approach, balanced setup, small leg lift, minimal load, direct bat path; generates easy bat speed, made consistent hard contact, maintains balance through contact; handsy line-drive approach. Recorded 94-mph exit velocity; should develop more power as he continues to physically develop. Defensively, ranges well laterally, moves with fluidity and rhythm, plays through the ball well, shows natural middle infield actions. Arm action is short and athletic; quick transfer and release, clocked at 82 mph across the infield. 

Brandon Bossard, SS, Naareth, 2016
30th round, Chicago White Sox

4.18.15 - 6-foot, 185-pound athletic right-handed hitting RHP/SS. Strong, muscular build, ranked No. 41 in Illinois, No. 391 overall. Tough competitor on the mound and at the plate. Pitched game one, fastball sat 84-86 mph throughout five innings of work, touching 87 several times, and 88 mph once. Curveball has shown plus 12/6 shape in the past, was left up in this outing more than usual, but flashed action at times at 66-68 mph. Changeup was a plus pitch on this day, exhibiting hard, late, arm side run, swing and miss potential thrown aggressively from 76-78 mph. Struck out six in five innings, recorded strikeouts on all three pitches. Offensively, hits from a balanced setup, short stride, simple approach, works up the middle and to right center. Line drive double to right center in game one, also singled. Impresses defensively as well at short, comes and gets the ball, quality middle infield actions, arm strength with carry and accuracy across the diamond. Ran 4.69 to first on a groundout to short, ran 7.35 in the 60 this summer.

Jake Ring, OF, University of Missouri (Grant), 2013
31st round, Baltimore Orioles

6/14/12 Ring proved to be one of the top outfielders in the Class of 2013, showing well in all facets of the game.  Standing at 6-foot, 175-pounds, Ring is one of the most athletic players in his class, running an event best 6.60 60. Ring continued to show his athletic ability in the field, getting excellent reads off the bat and taking precise routes to the baseball. He showcased an accurate arm (87 mph) from the outfield that showed solid carry and ride. Offensively, Ring has an easy left-handed approach with an active lower half. He has a quiet overall approach, and looks to be a top-level leadoff type hitter.

Brenden Heiss, RHP, Jacobs, 2016
31st round, Chicago Cubs

4.13.16 - Arkansas recruit. Currently ranked No. 6 in Illinois, No. 48 overall. In six innings work, Heiss (2-0) didn’t allow a hit, struck out 12, walked three and the lone Hampshire run was unearned. Eight of the first nine outs recorded were via strikeout, six of which were looking on 91-93 mph fastballs on the corners. Heiss pounded the lower-quadrant of the strike zone with his fastball and power slurve, occasionally showing off a heavy sinking changeup to the dozen or so pro scouts in attendance for good measure. Despite pitching in chilly mid-40s temps, Heiss held his velocity as well as any prep pitcher in recent memory. In the first inning he sat 92-93 mph with his fastball, and then worked 90-93 through five innings and 89-92 in the sixth. Heiss, who broke the Super 60 record in February when he popped a 96, also showed a vastly improved slurve that ranged between 77-78. In the sixth, when his fastball command began to wane a bit, he turned to the slurve to get a pair of strikeouts after Hampshire scored its lone run.

John Hendry, RHP, Notre Dame, 2016
32nd round, Colorado Rockies

Sean Renzi, RHP, Central Michigan (Plainfield North), 2011
32nd round, Chicago White Sox 

College: Central Michigan University Renzi erupted onto the scene last spring, as the hard-throwing right-hander earned Prep Baseball Report second-team All-State honors while leading the Tigers to a No. 5-ranking at season’s end. Renzi was lights-out in his first varsity season, using an 87-91-mph fastball and an effective curve to go 10-0 with 1 save. He finished with a 0.98 ERA and three complete games, including a one-hit masterpiece in beating Minooka All-Stater and first-round draft pick Mike Foltynewicz. In 64 innings he struck out 88 and walked 27. Renzi also impacted the Tigers at the plate, batting .413 with 8 home runs, 10 doubles and drove in 49 runs. The 6-foot-2, 190-pound Renzi was clearly the top pitching prospect at the event, and proved that he is one of the top right-handers in the junior class as well. Renzi’s fastball topped out at 88 mph with late life. He also displayed an impressive 77-78 mph changeup with depth and sink. With his strong, athletic frame and arm speed, it appears that he has more in the tank, too.

David Jacob, 1B, Quincy University (Sacred Heart-Griffin), 2013
32nd round, Toronto Blue Jays

Danny Rafferty, LHP, Bucknell (Loyola Academy), 2013
35th round, Oakland Athletics 

6/14/12 Rafferty is a 5-foot-11, 185-pound outfielder who impressed with an easy left-handed swing. Rafferty showcased a quiet plate approach, utilizing his aggressive lower half and athletic hands to barrel the baseball to all fields. He maintains excellent rhythm and balance throughout his swing. Defensively, Rafferty moves with fluidity, taking precise routes to the baseball and playing through the ball well. He showed an accurate arm, getting on top of his throws with life and carry (88 mph).  Additionally Rafferty ran a 7.34 60.

Garrett Acton, RHP, Lemont, 2016
35th round, Chicago White Sox

4.29.15 - 6-foot-1, 200-pound RHP ranked No. 16 in Illinois’ 2016 class, No. 189 overall. Struggled in this outing against Oak Forest, compounded by several Lemont errors. Fastball sat 87-90 mph in first inning, dropped more into 85-86 range in second inning, both long innings in a 50+ pitch two inning stint. Still reached back for 89 mph on final pitch in second. Curveball flashed 11/5 shape, struggled to throw for strikes from 68-70 mph. 74-75 mph slider only thrown a handful of times, but flashes promise. Also flashed a firm changeup in the 83 mph range, thrown aggressively with run to his arm side. Acton is committed to St. Louis, if he figures out a consistent breaking ball, his power fastball/slider combination could prove devastating on opposing hitters.

John Rave, OF, Bloomington Central Catholic, 2016
35th round, Boston Red Sox

1.19.14 - 6-foot, 170-pound left handed outfielder. High level foot speed, athletic and active lower half throughout his game, 6.85 runner. Defensively feet stay active, works through the baseball, efficient exchange. Rigid arm action, 76 mph from his crow hop, lacks carry. Offensively hits from the left side, balanced stance, rhythmic swing, front foot hitter, slightly uphill path, loose hands, 80 mph exit velocity.

Jean Casanova, RHP, Waukegan, 2016
35th round, Texas Rangers

4.29.16 - Uncommitted. 6-foot-3, 165-pound, long and lean, wiry, projectable, right-handed pitcher. Put himself on the map as one of the top right-handed arms in the Illinois 2016 class. On a cold and windy day, showed advanced feel, confidence for a true three-pitch repertoire and flashed swing-and-miss stuff throughout. Struck out 12 in seven innings of work. Simple, clean, athletic, repeatable delivery with rhythm; lower leg lift, slightly higher front side, getting downhill action, lands square, stays on-line and finishes athletically. Arm works quick, athletic and clean, out of a high ¾ window. Consistently gets extension out front, downhill tilt to all of his pitches. Fastball has late life, plus finish through the hitting zone, works mostly straight, occasional arm-side-run, tilt, sat 87-89 mph from innings 1-4; 85-87 mph, touching 88 late. Pounded the bottom of the strike zone, held his velocity out of the stretch. Slider, feel, 11/5 shape, tight spin, slower arm speed earlier in the count, throwing it for a strike. Aggressive arm action and conviction with two strikes, swing and miss action, sharp, late bite; 71-75 mph. Above-average feel for a changeup, confidence in throwing it to left-handed and right-handed batters; fade action, 75-78 mph. Overall, extremely polished, athlete on the mound, quick feet on pickoffs. Exuded confidence on the mound, business-like approach and handled the cold extremely well. Final Line – 7IP, 2H, 1R, 12K, 1BB; 92 pitches. 2016 draft follow.

Brady Schanuel, RHP, Parkland JC (Belleville East), 2015
36th round, Oakland Athletics

1.11.15 - Prototypical pitchers frame, long legs, long and thin, broad shouldered, can carry plenty of additional strength, excellent physical projectability, 6-foot-3, 185-pound right-handed pitcher. Delivery has some tall and fall tendencies, toe lift to balance position, lacks load over rubber, can get more out of lower half, open toe landing. Arm action is long and loose, slight wrist wrap, high ¾ slot, quick arm. Fastball showed slight running action, comes out of hand easily, sat 87-89 mph. Curveball had gradual 12/6 action, 70-72 mph. Changeup is mostly straight, showed feel of the zone, solid control, 77-80 mph.

Ben Brecht, LHP, New Trier, 2016
36th round, Baltimore Orioles

3.31.16 - UC Santa Barbara commit. Currently ranked No. 97 in the PBR Draft 100. Second start of the season, in front of a handful of scouts. Still working on a pitch count early in the year. 6-foot-7, 205-pound left-handed pitcher. Lanky frame with room to add more strength. Works from a high ¾ arm angle with a long, loose, clean arm action. Good balance throughout delivery with an athletic finish. Induced weak contact. Fastball sat mostly 84-86 mph in his first three innings of work. With two strikes reached back for more velocity at 87-89 mph. Gets more extension and finish with two strikes. Painted a two-strike fastball down in the zone gloveside at 89 mph in the third inning. Maintained armspeed on changeup with late running action at 78-79 mph. Still working on finding feel on curveball. Got on the side of his curveball that showed 2-8 shape early and sweeping action later in the outing, ranged anywhere from 61-66 mph. Worked 5 innings, striking out eight, walking one, and allowing just three hits.

Jordan McFarland, OF, Waterloo, 2016
36th round, Washington Nationals

4.15.16 - Arkansas commit, ranked No. 7 in the Illinois 2016 class and No. 79 overall. 6-foot-4, 225-pound, strong, physically advanced right-handed hitting outfielder. Offensively, strong swing, present bat speed and aggressive approach. Attacked a lot of first pitches, the most notable being the first pitch of the sixth inning. McFarland took the first pitch fastball in the sixth and deposited it deep over the left-center field wall, for a no-doubt homerun, which gave Waterloo a 1-0 lead. McFarland made a loud out in his second at-bat hitting a one-hop screamer to the third baseman. Ran a 4.43 on the groundout to third and slipped coming out of the box. Defensively, plays center-field and moves fluidly for someone his size. Arm action works short from an over-the-top slot; throws are true with sneaky carry and easy effort. Finished the day 1-for-3 with a home run. High 2016 draft follow.

David Fleita, 2B, Maine South, 2016
37th round, Detroit Tigers

Welby Malczewski, LHP, Heartland CC (Prospect), 2013
37th round, Arizona Diamondbacks

1/13/13 - At a physical 6-foot-6, 235 pounds, Malczewski cuts an imposing presence on the mound. The left-hander has made tremendous strides since we saw him as a junior. He cleaned up his mechanics and have subsequently enjoyed a significant velocity spike. His fastball sat 84-86 mph, working from a high-3/4 arm slot. His arm works with little effort, and he demonstrated good rhythm throughout his delivery. For his size, he maintains balance and showed solid lower half athleticism. Malczewski also showed feel for a 71-73 mph curveball that had some sweeping action. His 70-73 mph changeup also looks to be a good pitch, as it demonstrated arm-side sink down in the zone. Malczewski could be that prospect who, when you look back in three years, is a low-90s guy.

Danny Mayer, OF, Pacific (Downers Grove South), 2013
37th round, Minnesota Twins

HS - Enjoyed a standout performance at the Under Armour Midwest Future Games, when he displayed impressive arm strength on the mound and power at the plate. Was the only one to hit a home run with wood in games. ... The 6-foot-2, 185-pound Mayer is another top-level pitching prospect to come out of the school. Mayer uses his height and length well, staying tall on his backside and works downhill. His fastball topped at an event-best 86 mph, sitting at 84. He also showed impressive feel for his changeup and curveball, demonstrating command with all three pitches. Mayer�s arm action and looseness leads us to believe he will continue to throw harder in the future. As a position player, he showed legitimate power potential at the plate while demonstrating a plus arm from the outfield (85 mph). Right-hander showed mid-80s fastball and solid feel on the mound over the fall.

Dayton Tripp, Rend Lake JC (Goreville), 2014
38th round, Atlanta Braves

Tyler Gordon, C, Simeon, 2016
38th round, Chicago White Sox

2.15.15 - 5-foot-7, 175-pound right-handed hitting catcher with a strong lower half, hits from a balanced setup, hands load back smoothly, simple and balanced approach, fluid throughout, short stride, short, level bat path gets extension, pull tendencies during batting practice, cuts off finish at times. Defensively, pop times ranged from 2.01-2.12 to second, 69 mph out of the crouch from long, over-the-top arm slot. Quick feet, quick exchanges, impressed with soft hands receiving during bullpens. Ran a 7.26 60 yard dash.

Sam Ferri, C, Notre Dame, 2016
38th Round, New York Yankees

2.7.16 Super 60 - Arizona State recruit. 5-foot-11, 180-pound frame, wiry-strong, narrow shoulders, athletic feet. Highly consistent performer, does everything on the baseball field well. Top-level defensive catcher, fundamentally sound; athletic, directional footwork, gets out of the crouch efficiently, advanced receiver, soft hands; short catcher arm action, strong, highly accurate arm. Fired consistent strikes to second base, top pop times of 1.84, 1.89 and 1.94; 81 mph from the crouch. Equally as efficient and polished at the plate. Right-handed hitter, balanced, simple approach; quiet hands, level path, loose swing; high level of barrel awareness, works all fields, especially middle-right center; gap-to-gap approach, consistent hard contact. Maintains balance and rhythm through contact. Recorded 96 mph exit velocity; ran a 7.50 laser-timed 60. 

Reilly Peltier, RHP, McHenry County JC (Jacobs), 2014
38th round, Texas Rangers

Kevin Malisheski, RHP, Wauconda, 2016
38th round, Los Angeles Dodgers

6/23/15 - Malisheski is one of the fastest-rising prospects in Illinois’ 2016 class. After turning in one of the top overall performances at the Illinois Top Prospect Showcase, he delivered similarly impressive results the following week at the ProCase. At 6-foot-3, 190 pounds, Malisheski has a lively athletic frame with plenty of room for continued physical development. His arm works free and easily from a high-3/4 slot, and everything from his delivery to his arm swing and through his finish is athletic. Malisheski has feel for three pitches, headlined by his 87-89 mph fastball with arm-side life. His curveball shows promise as well, ranging from 71-73 mph with 11/5 shape. Though he didn’t throw it consistently for strikes, the pitch is sharp and has quality depth. With his size, frame and athleticism, it looks as though Malisheski will continue to add strength and velocity in the coming years. Malisheski is currently uncommitted.

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