Cole Carrigg

CLASS OF 2020

C
3B

Cole
Carrigg

San Diego State
Turlock (HS) • CA
6-2 • 185LBS • S/R
Travel Team: Trosky National

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Power
90
Exit Velocity (max)
6/09/19
-
Exit Velocity (avg)
-
Distance (max)
-
Sweet Spot %
Run
6.96
60-yard
7/11/19
-
30-yd
-
10-yd
-
Run speed (max)
Defense
88
INF Velo
6/09/19
-
OF Velo
85
C Velo
7/11/19
1.87 - 2.01
Pop Time
7/11/19
Pitching

Fastball

86
Velocity (max)
5/16/19
85 - 86
Velo Range
5/16/19
-
Spin Rate (avg)

Positional Tools

2019
60 Yard Dash
6.96
Pop Time
1.87 - 2.03
Catcher Velocity
85.0
Infield Velocity
88.0
Power / Speed Score
12.9
Area Code Games Tryout
Jul 11, 2019
Position
6.96
60-yard
1.87 - 2.01
Pop Time
85
C Velo
Northern California ProCase
Jun 9, 2019
Position
7.05
60-yard
1.96 - 2.03
Pop Time
88
INF Velo
82
C Velo
90
Exit Velo

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Pitching Velos

2019
Fastball
Velocity Max
86.0
Fastball
Velocity Avg
85.5
Curveball
Velocity Avg
37.0
5/16/19
May 16, 2019
Pitching
86
Max FB
85 - 86
FB
74 - 0
CB

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8/15/22

Cape Cod- Hitting: Carrigg enjoyed a strong spring campaign with San Diego State, slashing .388/.509/.426 over 53 games and 235 plate appearances. Carrigg kept that momentum rolling through his summer on the Cape, batting a team best .329 while getting on base at a .388 clip. The switch hitter has a similar approach and bat control from both sides of the plate, but his swing comes with some length and he takes an aggressive at bat, leading to a fair amount of early-count contact which can detract from his ability to draw walks and get on base even more often. The power is limited – average raw from the left side and slightly less from the right due to swing path – in part because of the combination of an aggressive approach, long swing and bat control which produces a decent amount of contact but often more ball-to-bat than ball-to-barrel. Defensively, Carrigg can quite literally play anywhere on the diamond. He's a good athlete with good instincts, showing quality reads on the grass and on the dirt, alike. We even saw him take the mound for an inning against Harwich and flash intriguing potential (details below). It's a utility profile at the next level with the key to bumping his value being an increase in quality of contact and more in-game power production.

8/15/22

Cape Cod- PitchingAfter a solitary disastrous outing for San Diego State this spring (1 IP, 6 ER, 4 H, 3 BB and 2 SO) Cole Carrigg (2023) made just two regular-season appearances for the Red Sox this summer.  He was so impressive in those two Y-D outings he earned two more in the playoffs, finishing with a combined line 5.2 IP, 0 R, 1 H, 7 SO and 0 BB. The stuff is still very raw, but intriguing in its power and swing-and-miss tenor. Working 91-93 mph (2550 rpm) with a high-riding fastball, Carrigg drew plenty of empty swings up in the zone, while also setting up a changeup for which he showed surprising feel in the 78-80 mph velo band with good arm speed. His breaking ball was the least consistent of his offerings, but flashed some sharpness in the upper-70s with tilted action. At a minimum, his four shutout appearances should earn him consideration for innings this fall back on campus and make him one of the more intriguing helium candidates on the bump exiting this summer

5/16/19

at Jesuit in SJS D1 playoff game - San Diego State commit; Played 3rd base and pitched in this game, long lean lanky build, loose arm, lively actions during infield, ball out of hand nicely tracking across diamond, can play a little loose at times at 3rd base but athleticism and ability to make well above average and difficult plays are absolutely present, made great catch in foul ground running back toward storage shed and made incredible over the shoulder catch on his glove side - basket style. Offensively stroked a 92 mph fastball up the middle, quick bat, loose lively swing, chased fastball up in later at-bat and also walked, hit tool will continue to evolve with strength. Threw last inning on mound, overhand slot, easy arm action, loose, good body control, some life through zone as fastball sat 86 mph. Primary position is catcher but the overall athleticism and tools suggest he could play just about any position.

8/13/18

Uncommitted, 6-foot-1, 170- pounds, utilizing quick hands and strong wrists to work line drives to the gaps. Very good behind the plate throughout the weekend where he produced pop-times consistently around a 2.0 between innings with a stronger arm and clean footwork/exchange. He’s definitely a player that coaches will want to get eyes on in the near future as he will likely make a big jump in the future as he adds strength.

8/12/18

Area Code Underclass Games - Uncommitted as of this report; Medium frame with lean, athletic build showing strength in lower half currently; very athletic catcher with athleticism showing up all over the field. Right Hand Swing shows early load from a slightly crouched, open stance. Left Hand Swing shows similar stance with a quick, tight load as bat gets to North/South from back shoulder; left hand was better side for swings during weekend as he regularly peppered oppo side of the field with barreled line drives. RHH shows more of a CF approach with a compact bat driving liners into the outfield; both sides showed a patient approach with the ability to finish in balance through extension. Defensively showed off an above average arm from behind the plate with balls regularly on the bag from a quick release; 1.97 and 2.03 in game caught stealing and willingness to back-pick to both 1st and 2nd base keeping runners from taking extra bases. Athleticism showed up behind the plate with ability to really throw body into block, having times where he had to go across plate to make blocks. Same athleticism shows up when running with quick first couple steps out of box (4.2, 4.4 H-1st); showed instincts on the bases with ability to easily score from 1st and to steal bases with quick first step reactions. Very impressive showing, including three barreled singles into LCF gap.

7/17/18

Upperclass Tourney - Lively body on an athletic frame, well-proportioned, on mound high-3/4 slot, quick arm, loose and easy, little rotational, stride goes in good direction, lots of life on pitches, fingers dominate top of ball well, athlete on mound can help self on defense, has feel for the game, fastball up to 86 mph and plenty more in there, sometimes a bit reckless in middle of zone, slider with good action, looked to also have a split. As a position player showed aggressive slashing type swing, very close to driving the ball if has better top hand at contact and stays above the ball, hands are quick, starts slightly open and appeared to see the balll well with limited or no chases, ran well, overall a good athlete with tools to compete beyond high school, perhaps at a significant level.

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