Uncommitted Spotlight: Lorkowski Trying To Take Advantage Of Size

Bruce Hefflinger
PBR Michigan Senior Writer

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Uncommitted Spotlight: Lorkowski Trying To Take Advantage Of Size

Chad Lorkowski RHP / Grosse Pointe North, MI / 2019

GROSSE POINTE - Size has never been a problem for Chad Lorkowski. It has just been a matter of using it.

“Growing up I always thought being bigger was an advantage,” the 6-5 225-pounder explained. “I was always the biggest and the best. But in high school kids have caught up and I think it’s kind of hurt me. These are kids that have been working hard since they were 12 and trying to get bigger while I didn’t go out and work that much and now they’ve caught up with me.

“So for the last few years I’ve realized that I need to work at it and that’s what I’ve been doing.”

In the process, the Grosse Pointe North junior is working on getting his pitching velocity to match his size.

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