Player Spotlight: 2B Max Elmer (Glendale, 2019)


Shon Plack
Missouri Scouting Director

Max Elmer (Glendale, 2019) attended the Top Prospect Games in August and is currently preparing for his junior year at Glendale.  Here is a closer look inside the recruiting process for Max Elmer.

Max Elmer

Class of 2019 / 2B

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2019
  • Primary Position: 2B
    Secondary Position: OF
  • High School: Glendale
    State: MO
  • Summer Team: 417 Baseball
  • Height: 5-8
    Weight: 160lbs
  • Bat/Throw: R/R

Statistics

Position
7.21
60-yard
74
INF Velo
90
Exit Velo
4.53
H-1st
Position
INF Velo
73
H-1st
4.66
Exit Velo
90

PBR: Are you looking for anything in particular in a school? (Example: high academics, certain academic program, local, etc.) 

Elmer: I am looking for a school with a good business or medical program.

PBR: How did you do your junior year? What were your high school statistics? And how did your team do? 

Elme: I hit over .300 for the 6th season in a row, had over 15 XBH and 35 RBIs. We won a Perfect Game tournament @ St. Louis University, and a PBR tournament @ Missouri Southern.

PBR: What are you goals for your senior season?  

Elmer: I am scheduled to graduate in 2019, but my goals for my junior season is win over 20 games for school ball and hit over .325 with 20+ RBIs.

PBR: What travel team do you play for? Are you playing fall ball with a team?

Elmer: I play for 417 Baseball. I did not because I play soccer. 

PBR: Do you play any other sports? 

Elmer: I play Soccer.

PBR: What are your ACT and GPA?

Elmer: 21 ACT, 4.6 GPA (3.96 unweighted)

Scouting Report

8/8/17 - Elmer is a 5-foot-8 150-pound right-handed hitting second baseman in Missouri’s 2019 class.  He ran a 7.21 60 and a 4.53 home to first.  He has a 77 mph exit velocity. At the plate, open stance, controlled leg lift, accelerated bat speed, level to extension, loose hands, feel for the barrel, compact and repeatable.  On the infield, 74 mph positional velo, quick feet to the ball, works behind the ball, create momentum, solid actions, arm works from a high three quarters arm slot, plays with a high engine, showed baseball instincts during game action.



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