Prep Baseball Report

Maryland Summer Trials: Middle 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 twelve middle infielders from the event.



(Listed Alphabetically)


Body: 6’0’’, 182 pounds. Strong, solid, athletic body type.
Hit: RHH. Hits from a balanced, slightly crouched, open stance at the plate. Creates solid hand separation with a smooth toe tap load and attacks the ball with intent. Quick hands and fast bat speed through the zone with a gap-to-gap line drive approach. Slightly uphill bat path with great extension through the zone and past contact with some lower half involvement. Worked mostly middle to pull side during BP, squaring up several balls consistently. 
Power: 88 mph exit velocity from the tee. Ball explodes off the bat with present strength and power to the pull side. 
Arm: RH. INF - 69 mph. Throws with short arm action from a high three-quarter arm slot. 
Defense: Plays loose with quick, active feet and moves well for his size. Fields the ball out in front, funneling it to the belt with a slight glove tap during exchange. Rangy side to side with soft hands and clean exchanges throughout. 
Run: 4.83 home-to-first time.

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