Cameron Magee

CLASS OF 2021

SS
2B

Cameron
Magee

Arizona State
Canyon (HS) • CA
6-1 • 177LBS • L/R
Travel Team: CBA

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Power
95.8
Exit Velocity (max)
6/27/20
82.5
Exit Velocity (avg)
6/27/20
343
Distance (max)
6/27/20
60
Sweet Spot %
6/27/20
Run
7.01
60-yard
6/27/20
-
30-yd
-
10-yd
-
Run speed (max)
Defense
87
INF Velo
6/27/20
-
OF Velo
-
C Velo
-
Pop Time

Positional Tools

2020
60 Yard Dash
7.01
Infield Velocity
87.0
Power / Speed Score
13.7
SoCal ProCase (INVITE ONLY)
Jun 27, 2020
Position
7.01
60-yard
87
INF Velo
96
Exit Velo

Hitting

2020
Exit Velocity Max
95.8
Exit Velocity Avg
82.5
Distance Max
343
Distance Avg
223
Launch Angle Avg
23.5
Hard Hit %
Sweet Spot %
Line Drive %
Fly Ball %
Ground Ball %
SoCal ProCase (INVITE ONLY)
Jun 27, 2020
Trackman - Hitting
95.8
Exit Velocity (max)
82.5
Exit Velocity (avg)
223
Distance (avg)
343
Distance (max)
Hard Hit %
Sweet Spot %
Line Drive %
Fly Ball %
Ground Ball %

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6/28/20

SoCal ProCase: 

Body: 6-foot-1, 175 pounds. Raw athlete with a toolsy pro build and lots of physical projection. Long limbs with some twitch. Could play 8 positions on the field. Smooth running mechanics, moves like a cornerback. One of the top athletes at the ProCase. 

Hit: Left-handed hitter. Hitting set up; wide athletic stance, keeps hands shoulder height, hands load back with stride, simple step load, some hand speed, bat shows some on plane ability, hips could clear quicker. Bat speed averaged 64.2 mph and rotational acceleration average of 12.4 g, according to Blast Motion. Bat speed metric currently shows that he is able to propel his bat at contact at the average ideal range of a minor league baseball player and slightly below the ideal range of the collegiate and major league level. Magee rotational acceleration is right below the ideal MiLB and college level range of 12.6g/12.9g at 12.4 g. The rotational acceleration metric shows that Magee bat is able to reach peak speed slightly below the ideal range for the collegiate and professional levels, showing that he uses his hips and torso well but has room for improvement. Magee posted an impressive peak hand speed of 22.1 mph, the ideal range for an affiliated or collegiate level player. Peak hand speed metric is a projectable metric for future bat speed gains. Many of Magee's metrics are right at or slightly-below the ideal range, showing that he has some room for improvement but all within reach. 

Power: Trackman data shows that his average exit speed is 82.53 mph, with exit speed contact averages to inside pitches higher than outside pitches. Showed off some present pop with a batting practice home run on his personal best exit speed of 89.97 mph with a launch angle of 25.82° at 343ft. Hit a line drive single to right-field in the live at-bat portion. Power metrics are good not great but indicate that there is a high probability of down the line power gains. 

Field: Athletic fielding infielder with the kind of actions that have become common with Southern California infielders over the years. Showed good lateral quickness with the size and reach that could keep him at short-stop at the pro level. Room for development, consistency and in need of fundamental practice. Projectable overall fielder, one of the more exciting short-stop prospects at the ProCase because of his athletic actions and size at the short-stop position. 

Arm: Infield arm velocity reading of 87 mph, 2nd out of 10. Arm is above-average for a high school player and was noticeable during the infield portion. Throws were consistent and showed good throwing mechanics. Some stiffness in his throws to second. When charging the ball, made a strong throw from a low arm angle that looked like a professional throw. Arm strength could be his best present tool. 

Run: 7.0 60 yard dash, 6th overall. Solid running mechanics, potential to get quicker down the line.

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