Prep Baseball Report

Maryland Summer Trials: Corner Infield Analysis

Kyle Campbell
Maryland Scouting Director


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34 players from across the Old Line State, Delaware and Virginia participated in a pro-style workout and threw bullpens in front of our PBR Maryland staff at this year's Summer Trials at the Metrix Baseball Training Facility. It was the first event since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic that caused the cancellation of everyone's high school baseball seasons this Spring. On hand for the first time at a PBR Maryland event was TrackMan and Blast giving players unrivaled access to their data performances. Below are evaluations on the six corner infielders from the event.



(Listed Alphabetically)


Body: 6’1’’, 205 pounds. Strong, physical frame. 
Hit: RHH. Hits from a relaxed open stance at the plate with hands pre-loaded. Small leg kick used for rhythm and timing. Strong lower half involvement and really gets into it. Short to the ball with quick, loose hands, and creates fast, whippy bat speed through the zone. Fluid uphill swing path with great extension through contact and a strong two-handed finish. Really nice gap-to-gap approach and feel for the barrel. Ball jumps off the bat.
Power: 84 mph exit velocity from the tee. Present power to all fields and strength in the swing. 
Arm: RH. INF - 81 mph. Throws with shorter arm action from a high three-quarter slot. Showed the ability to throw from various arm angles with comfort depending on the type of play.
Defense: Plays loose in the field and moves well for his size. Works through the ball fielding it out in front and funnels to chest. Quick transfers and slight glove tap in gather. Ability to make all different kinds of plays. 
Run: 4.65 home-to-first time.

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