Brendan O'Sullivan
Brendan O'Sullivan
Brendan O'Sullivan

CLASS OF 2021

SS
2B

Brendan
O'Sullivan

San Joaquin Delta
Amador Valley (HS) • CA
5-11 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Danville Hoots
2021 National

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7/24/19

NCA Top Prospect ID - Large frame with full build showing high waist and length in lower half; body is continuing to add strength and athleticism (7.66 60-yd). Tall and wide stance with hands high away from back shoulder; very quiet with front foot and limited load showing quick actions when starting the swing. Barrel goes right at the baseball with a quick, compact bat and direct hands finishing high over back shoulder; showed ability to drive the ball gap-to-gap with liners having carry deep into the OF (83 EV). Smooth actions playing with high hips and glove out in front; compact arm matched with high release having ability to keep throws online across the diamond. Defensive profile to stay on the left side of the infield.

6/02/19

BAWS 2019 - O’Sullivan was a guy whose in game actions and workouts didn’t seem to match up as he plays at another speed during games with instincts and actions that make you reassess the numbers he puts up (7.69 60yd). During workouts he showed strong control of his feet with some athletic actions that can stick in the middle of the field; the arm was quick and compact from a high release staying around the bag with all the throws (81 MPH). During games the arm seemed to tick up as he made impressive throws with a quick release suggesting there’s more in the arm; the actions can definitely stay in the infield with capabilities to play all three spots. During BP he showed a quick bat from tight turns with the ability to drive balls into the gaps on a line (85 EV). The tall stance allows his hands to work smoothly through the zone and allowed him to get the quick barrel to create lots of hard contact out in front of the plate (2 2B’s, 2 1B’s); also showed patience not chasing pitches that he couldn’t do damage with. The game tape spoke loudly and showed this is a strong player who goes out to perform and projects well for the next levelO’Sullivan was a guy whose in game actions and workouts didn’t seem to match up as he plays at another speed during games with instincts and actions that make you reassess the numbers he puts up (7.69 60yd). During workouts he showed strong control of his feet with some athletic actions that can stick in the middle of the field; the arm was quick and compact from a high release staying around the bag with all the throws (81 MPH). During games the arm seemed to tick up as he made impressive throws with a quick release suggesting there’s more in the arm; the actions can definitely stay in the infield with capabilities to play all three spots. During BP he showed a quick bat from tight turns with the ability to drive balls into the gaps on a line (85 EV). The tall stance allows his hands to work smoothly through the zone and allowed him to get the quick barrel to create lots of hard contact out in front of the plate (2 2B’s, 2 1B’s); also showed patience not chasing pitches that he couldn’t do damage with. The game tape spoke loudly and showed this is a strong player who goes out to perform and projects well for the next level

1/27/19

PBR N CA Preseason All-State - Full, medium frame showing sloping shoulders and strength in his chest. Average stride length with cross-body arm action (7.68 60-yd). Tall stance keeping hands with from back shoulder; quick weight transfer with hands jumping at the baseball. Direct swing with short upward path; strong lower half usage hitting over stiff front leg driving balls over middle infielders (83 exit velo). Wide feet playing outside his shoulders; stays low to ground and works through the ball. Compact arm gets to high release point with growing arm strength (74 MPH).

7/29/18

7/27-7/29/18 NCTB underclass tourney - Played lights out at shortstop. Moves his feet very well and shows tremendous range. Swing was balanced, as was his approach. He showed good bat speed and some gap power to the pull side gap. /// showed his ability to cover ground at SS. Showed some range and a strong arm. Struggled with bat a bit, due to getting behind the count vs being aggressive to strikes early in the count. Overall, a very sound defensive player who can use some development with the bat and/or his approach.

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