Sebastian Laguna
Sebastian Laguna
Sebastian Laguna

CLASS OF 2020

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Sebastian
Laguna

Chaparral (HS) • AZ
5-6 • 140LBS • R/R
Travel Team: AZ TRex Baseball

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2020 National

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10/14/18 - 5-foot-6, 140 pound frame. We have seen Laguna post better numbers at events this summer, but and advanced skillset remains present. Laguna stands out as a receiver where he shows quiet hands and a flexible lower half. Threw uphill at times to 2B on this look, but was still able to post a solid best pop time of 2.12. Footwork and transfer are advanced. Was often late getting his swing started, trying to make a forward move before his hands had reached their deepest point. Laguna remains a solid catching prospect and can certainly defend for someone at the college level.
6/5/18 - 5-foot-6, 140-pound frame. Balanced set up at the plate. Remained balanced with minimal head movement throughout the swing. Hands work back and up as he takes a short stride creating good separation. High back elbow into stride foot contact. Maintains angles well; 83 mph exit velocity. Laguna impressed with his skills behind the plate. Moved well starting from a quiet, low crouch set up. Good job getting momentum into his throws and gaining ground towards second. Quick transfer and release. Pop times ranged from 2.02 - 2.09; 72 mph arm catcher velocity. Also showed some foot speed by running a 7.08 60-yard dash.
5/20/18 - 5-foot-6, 140-pound frame. Very advanced defender behind the plate, providing a low target for pitchers with good flexibility and quiet hands. Laguna posted a best pop time of 2.02 with 75 mph velocity and should develop into a college-level defender behind the plate, despite not having ideal size. Surprising athlete posted 6.99 60-yard dash. Offensively Laguna made most of his contact with the bottom half of the baseball as he tended to wrap the barrel behind his head, creating a longer path to the baseball. If he is able to shorten his bat path and make more consistent contact out front, Laguna has the athletic ability to be an offensive contributor; 80 mph exit velo.
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