Kody Huff

CLASS OF 2019

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Kody
Huff

Stanford
Horizon (HS) • AZ
5-10 • 178LBS • R/R

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7/20/21

Cape Cod- Huff emerged as a key cog for Stanford's Omaha team as a 2YR FR this spring, hitting .263/.336/.399 with five homers and 12 doubles while running the defense behind the plate. His defense is his calling card, as he is a polished receiver and agile blocker with a strong arm and a quick release, leading to consistent pop times in the 1.9 to 1.95-second range. Pickler said his baseball knowledge is "off the charts" and it really translates to his ability to handle pitchers. At 5-foot-10, 195 pounds, Huff is compact and strong, with a low hand setup and good bat speed. He showed excellent carry to the oppo gap on a home run against a 94 mph fastball from BYU lefty Cy Nielson. He also made repeated hard line-drive contact to the pull side, showing the ability to turn on 90-92 mph heaters and stay back on curveballs. Huff could be in store for an offensive breakthrough as a third-year player next spring.

1/28/18 - Notre Dame commit. Huff was a model of consistency throughout the day at Arizona State, showing off a simple approach at the plate, and produced with some a very good at-bats in game. The 5-foot-10, 178-pound right-handed hitter features developing strength throughout and athletic frame, and sets up balanced at the plate in a slight crouch before a knee-knock leg kick triggers slight hands movement down and back. He has a direct path to the ball with quick hands, and is aggressive without being out of control. I was impressed with the way he worked pitchers, and he had a quiet confidence to his overall game. Behind the dish, he produced times that were mostly between 1.9-2.0. His arm was a bit longer, but there was obvious strength and carry to the throws along with quick feet and a smooth transfer. As he continues to fill out, Huff should get a boost to add more power which should make him an interesting follow moving forward.

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