Top Prospect Games Player Spotlight: 2018 INF Langston Ginder

On Tuesday, June 13th, we are hosting the annual Top Prospect Games at Indiana University's Bart Kaufman Field in Bloomington, IN. The event is designed for the top uncommitted 2018-2021 prospects throughout the state.  Leading up to the event will highlight some of the top players attending the event. 

Langston Ginder

Class of 2018 / SS

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2018
  • Primary Position: SS
    Secondary Position: 3B
  • High School: Carroll
    State: IN
  • Summer Team: Summit City Sluggers
  • Height: 5-11
    Weight: 175lbs
  • Bat/Throw: L/R


2.25 - 2.31
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Exit Velo

Scouting Report

4/24/17 Game Notes: The 5"11 middle infielder showcased above average hands and arm strength across the diamond. Feet work well to and through the baseball, playing downhill, getting in good fielding position. Tendency to travel with the baseball after fielding, but made up for it with arm strength across the diamond. Ball had good carry and zip. Showcased good baseball instincts. Hit in the leadoff spot and in an athletic stance, slightly narrow to start, with longer stride onto the front foot. Hands are quick and short to the baseball with a line drive/contact approach at the plate. 4.26 runner down the line.

5-foot-11, 175 pounds. Offensively the LHH hits from an athletic setup, loads back, long stride, average use of the lower half, maintains balance throughout the swing.  Above average bat speed, level swing path, gets to extension.  Barreled up the baseball during BP producing hard hit line drives.  Registered a high exit velocity of 83 mph.  Defensively, showcased above average glove work with fluid feet and a clean exchange.  Short, high ¾ arm action with carry and accuracy.  Throws topped at 90 mph (an event high). Ran a 7.15 in the laser-timed 60 yard dash. 

10/12/14: 5-foot-7, 135 pound talented young player with a huge upside. Strong athletic build, middle infielder that hits in a balanced stance with a short stride and explosive hips, the bats stays on plain through contact, line drive hitter that will hit for power has he develops in the weight room. His pop time was 2:15 to 2:25. From the infield he made throws from a ¾ slot with a short easy arm action, he has average hands and good feet around the bag

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