Danny Marshall
Danny Marshall

CLASS OF 2019

LHP
OF

Danny
Marshall

Arizona State
Queen Creek (HS) • AZ
5-10 • 155LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Sandlot/Angel pro scout
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6/27/18 - 5-foot-10, 155-pound frame. Athletic with significant room to add strength and mass. Marshall showed the ability to get outs all spring at Queen Creek, working mostly in the high-70's and low-80's with a breaking ball in the zone. Marshall is a very solid athlete (6.95 60-yard dash) and really defends 1B and RF; 84 mph infield velocity, 88 mph outfield velocity. Offensively he shows some ability as well with a very simple swing that he repeats well and some whippy bat speed; 87 mph exit velocity. However, Marshall is starting to look more like a college pitcher as he touched 85 mph on this day and could be a nightmare for LHH out of the bullpen in college. Long arm action, present arm speed, low ¾ release. Rides momentum down the mound before aggressively firing back leg into internal rotation. Fastball ranged from 83-85 mph featuring life to his arm side. Breaking was thrown at 72-74 mph with varying shape depending on the arm angle. With the lower ¾ release the pitch featured two-plane break. At other times the arm slot would climb and feature more ⅙ shape. Natural arm slot is probably more conducive for a true slider.

5/20/18 - 5-foot-10, 155-pound frame. The proven high school performer on the mound showed well on both sides of the ball on this day. Marshall sat 81-83 mph with his fastball from a lower angle with a cross-body delivery that should make him very tough on LHH. Marshall also showed an ability to pour his 70-71 mph curveball over for strikes and should have value as a college reliever. The 75-77 mph changeup is a developing third pitch as he left it to the arm side at times and also cut it at others. He may have shown even better as a position player where his 7.00 60, 84 mph infield velo, 86 mph outfield velo (with very strong carry) and 89 mph exit velo were all near the top measurable posted on the day. Marshall hits with a narrow lower half, which can create some inconsistencies and could drive the baseball more consistently if he created a more solid base. He shows a relaxed, easy rhythm in the box and some surprising pop for his current body type.

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