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CLASS OF 2020

LHP
1B

Ronan
Kopp

South Mountain CC
Scottsdale Christian (HS) • AZ
6-4 • LBS

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2020 National

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2021 DRAFT Dodgers ROUND 12

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1/26/20

6-foot-4 210-pounds, Arizona State commit, physical presence with broad shoulders, long limbs, strength to frame. Threw one inning of work against live hitters, striking out 2 batters while allowing one walk. Delivery had some moving parts, staying relatively linear down the mound. Throwing with longer arm action from a near ¾ arm slot. Heavy FB sat 93-96mph, effectively erratic. Threw two different breaking balls- one being a firm sweeping SL and the other a gradual BB with 2/8 shape. The firm sweeping SL showed glimpses of being an above average pitch. Threw one CH in the outing at 84mph with some run to the arm side. Kopp’s frame combined with elite arm strength and upside will be closely monitored by MLB clubs in the near future.

8/05/19

Started for the Reds and logged two innings, allowing two runs on two hits and two walks while striking out three. The first inning was a breeze, as he struck out two. He started out at 89-92, dipping to 87-90 in the second. He has a long, loose frame and works quickly, pitching with a high leg kick and high-3/4 slot. He can spin a curveball from 71-75 with 1/7 shape and late break. He also throws a firmer slider in the high 70s to low 80s with more tilt. Kopp was able to get a lot of swings and misses on his fastball as well.

3/19/18 - With broad shoulders and a 6-foot-4 frame, the sophomore lefty has a nearly ideal pitcher's body. In our first look at Kopp he proved be be a definite follow as he continues to mature and add strength. Sitting in the upper-70' and touching 81 mph with his fastball using very little effort, Kopp has a chance to throw much harder down the road. He shows some length on the back side of his arm action, taking the ball straight backwards out of his glove, but repeated well on this day. Koop generally filled up the zone with his fastball and mixed in a developing 65 mph breaking pitch that will be tightened and thrown harder with time. Having also excelled offensively this spring, this 2020 is one we definitely need to see more of.

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