Mountain State Spotlight: 2019 C/3B Peyton Weekly

Josh Kuykendall
West Virginia Director of Scouting

This fall, we will be taking a closer look at players from all across the Mountain State. Today, we look at Peyton Weekly, a 2019 C/3B from Cabell Midland HS.

Kuykendall on Weekly: "Peyton is a really solid player. He is a good defender and can swing the bat with some pop. That, along with him being an excellent student, makes him a no-brainer for a school at the next level"


Peyton Weekly

Class of 2019 / C

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2019
  • Primary Position: C
    Secondary Position: 3B
  • High School: Cabell Midland
    State: WV
  • Summer Team: WV Gamers
  • Height: 5-9
    Weight: 185lbs
  • Bat/Throw: R/R


1.93 - 2.00
Pop Time
INF Velo
C Velo
Exit Velo

Scouting Report

6/13/17 2019,, Cabell Midland High School, C. Solid strong frame continues to be of note.  demonstrated improvements in measurables across board 60 time: 7.19, Pop Time:2.03, Position Velocity: 74, Exit Velocity: 83.

Defensively at 3B tends to field ball from top to bottom and lets get deep.  Arm is adequate.  Catching 2.03 Pop time recorded, good blocking skills and flexibility.  Hands are average at this time.

Initiates swing with short stride from square set up. Demonstrates good feel for barrel with ability to use all fields and let ball travel.  Barrel stays on plane for extended time through zone.  Load is slightly late resulting in occassional timing issues.  Direct path to baseball is noted. 

Overall skill set continues to improve and combined with frame and physicalness makes interesting follow in this class.

2/12/17 - 60 Time: 7.28, Pop Time: 2.18-2.26, Position Velocity: C-72, Exit Velocity: 81

5-foot-8, 175-pound strong body frame. Right-handed hitter starts his swing from a more spread out, balanced stance. Uses a leg kick to initiate load with his lower half. Uses minimal load with his hands, creating some whip through the zone. Swings with a level bat path through the zone, finishing with a two-handed follow through. Showed the ability to use both sides of the field during his round of batting practice. Reached a top exit velocity of 85 mph and ran a 7.25 60-yard dash. From behind the plate, he shows average footwork. Transitions nicely out of the crouch. Throws from a high ¾ slot with 70 mph arm strength. Pop times ranging 2.13-2.22.



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