Caiden Huber

CLASS OF 2021

SS
3B

Caiden
Huber

Southern California
Yucaipa (HS) • CA
6-3 • 185LBS • L/R
Travel Team: CBA Murucci

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6/27/20

SoCal ProCase:

Body: Long, lean, proportional strength standing 6-foot-3, 185-pounds with plenty of room for added strength. 

Hit: Makes consistent barrel contact with flashes of power to the pull side gap. Registered an 87° early connection score on Blast Motion making it easy for him to get his barrel on plane through the zone. Presently a line drive, doubles-type hitter. 

Power: Average present power that projects with added strength. Spray chart confirms his preference for going the other way, usually on a line. Averaged 77.4 mph exit speed on Trackman with an average launch angle of 37.6°. Had a max exit velocity of 87 mph as registered on Trackman.

Field: Solid fielding third baseman that knows the position, his body, and his limitations very well. Footwork was excellent as he appears to glide when working towards the ball. Easily turned the double play and did so from shortstop and second base as well. 

Arm: With an infield velocity of 81 mph he showed plenty of arm to make all throws from multiple angles. Throwing mechanics are simple and solid while throws were online and accurate from across the diamond flashing some carry. 

Run: Clocked a 7.31 laser-timed 60-yard dash on a grass surface. Showed good mechanics keeping shoulders squared with very little head movement. 

Summary: Huber has the look of the type of guy we see every spring in SoCal, you know, the guy who is committed to big time school that not a lot of people talk about who goes out and has a monster spring season before being plucked in that year's draft. His frame and present tools should catch the attention of scouts now. If he fills out a tick Huber will look like the type of Division I infielder that hits several home runs and drives in 30-40 runs a season, and if he fills out a lot, well, then those numbers will be discussed in pro ball. Huber is a high ceiling, high floor type player that, with a big spring season, should have some options come next summer. 

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