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University of California-Los Angeles
Mater Dei (HS) • CA
6' 6" • 215LBS


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USA CNT TRIALS: A Freshman All-American this spring, Tredwell went 4-1, 2.11 with six saves and a dazzling 62-6 K-BB mark in 47 innings for the Bruins this spring. He struggled at CNT training camp, but it was nonetheless clear why he was so successful this spring: he’s a serious talent. At 6-foot-7, 235 pounds, the long-levered Tredwell is ultra-loose with a low-effort over-the-top delivery, and he uses some front-side glove funk to add deception. He works downhill at 91-94 with a promising 81-83 slider that spins in the 2300-2500s as well as an 86-87 changeup that looked fringe-average in our brief look. As he continues to mature physically, he could grow into even more velocity, making him one of the more exciting projection guys on this list, and he already has present stuff. A to-be 2023 sophomore draft-eligible, it’s easy to envision him sliding into a starting role at some point in his college career and potentially emerging as a first-rounder down the line.


UCLA commit. It was the first time on the mound for Tredwell since last spring due to some complications in his back he experienced over the summer. The back issues were nothing serious, just a natural growth spurt issue. Tredwell came out firing working his fastball down in the zone before elevating it for swing-and-miss. While his command was naturally a bit rusty, his arm action and mechanics looked to be on point. The big righty works downhill on the mound where he gains a lot of ground thanks in part to his long stride. He's explosive down the mound after a slight dip-and-drive coil in the back. The ball jumps out of his hand with ease. Threw a single curveball in his outing which he spiked in front of the plate at 74 mph. Also threw one changeup at 82 mph that flashed big running action back over the plate and in on the right handed hitter.


Tredwell, a UCLA commit, played first base and swung the bat in the middle of the order. In his first at-bat he took a curveball on the outer half that he hit foul. On the next pitch he smoked a line drive to center field for base hit on a fastball in.


4/3/18 - 4/6/18 - Big, physical frame. He hits in the 3-hole, and has a flat, uphill path from a wider set up. Strength comes from the bottom hand. Fast over quick right now. Produced. On the mound he touched 85 and was anywhere from 80-84 for the most part. The delivery is very clean and smooth with a loose arm stroke that delivers out of a high ¾ slot. Repeated well. It was an odd cutting of the baseball, but later in the game he was able to get on top of the ball and create good downward angle that made see him as a future big prospect moving forward. The curveball had the same trouble early on because of the elbow dripping lower, but when he needed to make big pitches late, it was an 11/5 pitch with depth that had multi-tier break and has a chance to be above average in the future. Changeup 72 mph and cut. Developing.

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