Brandon Luu




Villa Park (HS) • CA
6-2 • 195LBS • L/L
Travel Team: TB SoCal


2023 National

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Body: 6-2, 195-pounds. Large sturdy frame with strength throughout
HitLHH. Tall and upright with feet slightly open in stance. Uses a simple forward stride that is slow and gradual. Powerful compact stroke that works on a flat-uphill plane. Coil well with some good internal rotation. Hands stay back as the body starts to move forward creating good separation. 
Power96 mph exit velocity. Over the fence power potential is there as he pounded some balls to the wall in BP. Blast metrics tell the same story as he averaged 74mph bat speed and 22gs rotational acceleration which are both above average for his level.
ArmLH. INF - 78 mph. Quick snappy arm action especially on DPs. Showed nice life across the diamond on first-third throws. All throws were accurate. 
DefenseShowed good light feet for his size. Fields everything out in front. Clean glove exchanges and was quick to release 
Run7.73 runner in the 60. 

Delivery: Clean delivery as he sidesteps into a knee tuck. Doesn't drop into the back leg just uses momentum to fall down the mound. Stays closed as long as possible with the front side and once his lower half lands pulls hard with his glove side. Finishes online with home with a firm and straight front leg. 
Arm Action: LH. Clean and smooth arm circle in the back that comes out of the H 3/4 slot. Plus arm speed that accelerates at release. Consistent arm speed and slot on all pitch types. 
FBT87, 85-87 mph. Showed decent ride with 22-inch average VB. 
SL69-70 mph. Showed flashes of really good HB movement even fooling the catcher at times
CH: 72-74 mph. Good arm side fade that was deceptive because of the same arm speed. 


Six-foot, 180-pounds, large frame with some strength in the lower half in an otherwise still developing body. Luu wasted no time making his presence felt as he drove a ball into the left-center-field gap for a base hit in his first at bat. He would add another single and a standup triple to go with a walk on the day. There’s obvious present power in the bat, but it’s the hand and bat speed that is arguably the most impressive element of his offensive game. He sets up with high hands and weight back with the slightest of knee bends. Gets hands into launch position and really uses the lower half well in the swing to generate the present power.

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