All-State Games: 2019 Standouts - Pitchers


Toby Bicknell
Texas Scouting Director

On Saturday, October 28, some of the top talent in Texas met in Tomball to compete in the PBR Texas All-State Games. The event featured players from all four high school classes, including 2018 & 2019 grads, along with a select few 2020 & 2021 grads. Here are some of the Pitching Standouts from the 2019 Class.

 

JACK HATTRUPLHP / 1B / PLANO WEST, TX / 2019

Hattrup has a projectable, high-waisted, long-limbed pitcher’s frame at 6-foot-4,182-pounds, and has plenty of room to add strength as he continues to develop. Still uncommitted, the left-hander has a confident demeanor on the bump, and had a stellar outing at the All-State Games, punching out three hitters and getting weak contact overall. Working from a high slot, Hattrup has deception in his delivery and creates steep angle on his fastball at 80-82 mph. The pitch also flashes arm side fade. His curveball was sharp at 69-71 mph with good downward bite and 1/7 shape. For good measure, he mixed in a 70-73 mph changeup that he throws with fastball arm speed and arm side fade. Above average pickoff move to first base. With his ability to command the zone with three pitches, look for big things from Hattrup this spring, as he continues to log varsity innings.


 

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