Austin Humphres
Austin Humphres
Austin Humphres
Austin Humphres
Austin Humphres




Shadow Ridge (HS) • AZ
6-4 • 192LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Sticks
2022 National

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The 6-foot-3 170 pound lefty has an ideal pitchers body, and shows tantalizing flashes.  He’s an excellent athlete with a fast arm – it’s not hard to dream on a huge improvement on the 81-84 mph FB that he showed coming in the near future.  He showed a 70-71 mph CB that had depth and projects as at least an average pitch.  Watch out for him in the future – he’s definitely trending up.


The ultra projectible lefty was up to 85 MPH with good downhill angle and a fastball that jumped out of his hand. He got uncomfortable swings throughout his outing, without anyone being able to get on time. His breaking ball is a work in progress but shows promise to be a future out pitch. He also was 89 from the outfield and ran a 6.96.

6-18-19 Uncommitted.  6'3" 170 with a well proportioned, athletic frame.  Continues to progrees nicely on the mound.  Clean arm action with average arm speed that projects to improve as he continues his physical maturation.  Above avgerage athlete.  Generates steep downhill plane from the forced high slot that should allow all three of his pitches to tunnel well in the future.  FB was 83-85, which is an improvement from what we have seen in the past.  True downer CB 71-74 and a solid CH 71-72.  The quick hip into open toe landing and lack of stiffness in the lead leg through his finish could cause command issues in the future, but for now his athleticism can overcome it.  With continued devlopment and some delivery clean up, he could be a highest level prospect.

1/27/19- 6’2 160-pound broad shoulder, projectable frame. The L/L comes from a high ¾ angle with pitchability and feel for all his pitches, including a fastball that got up to 83 MPH. His long arms help create a good downhill plane, hiding the ball well from hitters, working behind his body for most of his delivery. Breaking ball has the future makings of an above average pitch, showing good shape and velo behind it at 72-76 MPH. At the plate he starts with high hands, tilting barrel up as his hands work back to load. Good use of lower half to make adjustments with timing, without having to stop his swing.

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