Uncommitted Spotlight- '17 Jordan Schramel, RHP/OF, Delano

By Rob Allison
Prep Baseball Report Minnesota

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Jordan Schramel 

Name: Jordan Schramel
Position: RHP/OF
Class: 2017
Height/Weight: 6-foot, 180-pounds
High School: Delano
PBR MN Rank: #38 in MN 2017 Rankings

Evaluation:  8/20/16- 6-foot, 180-pound right-handed hitting 2-way player. #38 ranked player in MN 2017 class. Good rhythm and sequence in delivery, slight front shoulder tilt, quick hand out front on release. Had command of fastball to both sides of plate with running action at 84-85 mph. Slurvy breaking ball with solid shape and spin at 73-74 mph. Firm changeup, tends to over-throw at times, at 77-78 mph. 7.28 runner. Body load with double tap trigger. Slight collapse to contact, flat line drive swing plane, shows ability to use whole field, consistent solid contact with flashes of pop in bat, 81 mph exit velocity. Shows good actions in field with above avg. footwork and glove, could use greater momentum playing through throws, has above avg. carry and accuracy to target, 85 mph arm strength from outfield.

PBR: What schools have you been hearing from?
SCHRAMEL: Minnesota State-Mankato, UNO, NDSU, Minnesota, USC-Upstate, Upper Iowa, UM-Duluth, among others.

PBR: Have you taken any visits? Do you have any scheduled in the near future?
SCHRAMEL: I recently visited MSU and last spring I visited the U of MN.   I am planning visits after the football season and over the winter months.  I am hopeful to meet some more coaches, programs, and schools.

PBR: Are you looking for anything in particular in a school? (Example: high academics, certain academic program, local, etc.)
SCHRAMEL: I am focusing on a school that has a good baseball program with facilities and staff that help me improve in the offseason. Baseball & Business are key factors.

PBR: What were some of the highlights of your junior year?
SCHRAMEL: This past season did not turn out as good as I would have liked but I am surrounded by a group of coaches/players that have the same goal for next year; to make it past sections and go to state.  As a captain on the team and entering my senior season, I am already looking forward to it.  This year I received the Tom Traen Pitching Award for ERA Leader, Toby Hanson Offensive player of the year, Jay Kvasnika Outfield Golden Glove and MVP awards

PBR: What are your goals for this year? 
SCHRAMEL: My #1 priority is to find a college that meets my academic and athletic needs.  I am interested in some of the schools I have visited but would like to evaluate some more before deciding.  After the football season I plan to work on baseball specific drills and am determined to make my senior baseball season the best ever in my 4 high school years.

PBR: Do you play any other sports?
SCHRAMEL: Football and I am really enjoying it.

SCHRAMEL: 3.1 GPA and 26 ACT.