Jesus Lopez
Jesus Lopez

CLASS OF 2019

3B
2B

Jesus
Lopez

Pepperdine
Nogales (HS) • AZ
6-2 • 195LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Yankees Scout Team

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Run
7.68
60-yard
10/10/18
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30-yd
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10-yd
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Run speed (max)
Defense
86
INF Velo
10/10/18
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OF Velo
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2018
60 Yard Dash
7.68
Infield Velocity
86.0
Power / Speed Score
11.6
Unsigned Senior Showcase
Oct 10, 2018
Position
7.68
60-yard
86
INF Velo
89
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10/10/18 - 6-foot-2, 195-pound frame. Body is still somewhat young with plenty of room to mature and add strength. Showed very solid 86 mph arm strength across the diamond with impressive carry. Feet will dictate whether he can stick at 3B or has to move across the diamond to first.  Lopez’ swing has gotten slightly longer and steeper since the last event he attended, with his hands now held significantly higher. The barrel was in/out quickly at times, working to a high two-handed finish.  He also made some serious loud contact when he squared it up and posted an 89 mph exit velocity. Posted 7.68 second 60-yard dash.
1/28/18 - Standing 6-foot-2, 185-pounds with developing strength, and the frame to pack on a significant amount of it, Lopez looks like he may have a chance to really hit at the next level. Though his 60-yard dash time (7.57) is a couple ticks slower than some schools may like, his ability to hit and play the game should remove most doubts. A right-handed hitter, Lopez sets up in a crouch with his feet spread wide and hands held just below the back shoulder. He rocks his weight back with a minor leg lift stride that pushes his hands slightly down and back. From there, he showed strength through the zone on a level path with a high, two-handed finish. The wide-shouldered infielder crushed some balls to the pull side, but also showed the ability to go gap to gap. The bat played up even more in the game, and he hunted fastballs early in counts while adjusting late, and even when he got out the ball was smashed. In the field, he is comfortable at third base and has the arm strength (86 mph) to stick there along with clean hands and footwork. Overall, Lopez’s ability to hit should give him a chance to compete in college, especially when he makes a jump physically.

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