Jonathan Stevens
Jonathan Stevens
Jonathan Stevens
Jonathan Stevens




Briarwood Christian (HS) • AL
6-1 • 190LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Excel Blue Wave


2023 National

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Positional Profile: RHP/SS One of (if not the top) uncommitted arms in the AL 2023 class, showing an increase in velocity.
Body: 6-1, 190-pounds. Athletic frame, evenly distributed strength throughout.
Delivery: Worked exclusively from the stretch. low effort with strong lower half.
Arm Action: SH. Long arm path on the backside, high 3/4 slot, electric arm speed.
FB: T92.1, 90.2-91.8 mph. Lively out of the hand and can be effective up in the zone. Pitch seemed to explode late.  T2312, 2197 average rpm.
CB: 75.7-75.8 mph. Spins off of a 12/6 plane, did flash late downer action. A definite swing and miss pitch.  T2502, 2472 average rpm.
SL: 74.2-78.1 mph. Power breaking ball with fastball conviction, tighter shape, stayed around the zone.  T2628, 2497 average rpm.
CH: 78.2-84.3 mph. Premium sink into RH hitters.  T1266, 1176 average rpm.


Position: RHP/SS

Body: 6-foot-1, 180-pound ['physical', 'solid'].

Pitching: Advanced. Up-tempo delivery, easy effort. High ¾ arm angle, quick arm speed, consistent arm action. Athletic balance point, a clean finish.

FB: T88. 86-88 mph. (Max spin 2227;  Avg 2027). Low in the zone accuracy, some action, heavy movement.

CH: 83-84 mph. Low in the zone command, fading action.

SL: 76-79 mph. Arm side control, late action, 2/8 shape. (Max spin 2463; Avg 2373).


RHP Jono Stevens (2023) came on in relief for the Lions and probably didn’t have his best stuff in the short appearance, but flashed the electric arsenal we’ve heard about. Stevens, standing a medium 6-1, 170 pounds, worked 87-88 mph and ticked up to 89 mph once in the inning. Flashed a power slider with high spin (2450 rpm) down in the zone as his best secondary offering. Command was a bit of an issue as he worked 0.2 IP, H, R, 2 BB & a K. With continued refinement of mechanics, etc., Stevens has a chance to be a high-profile arm over the next few years.

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