Drake Bicknell
Drake Bicknell
Drake Bicknell
Drake Bicknell
Drake Bicknell




Jesuit (HS) • CA
5-11 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Chico Aces


2021 National

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vs Elk Grove - Uncommitted; Strong body, proportioned, stout build, one of better uncommitted players in the senior class in the area, played catcher in this one (is also an above average 3rd baseman) and hit in the 5th spot in line-up, hands work inside ball, has middle of field approach and ability to spin on soft stuff middle in, power showed up to pull side as he drove a slider for ground rule double into a stiff wind, aggressive approach as he swung at each pitch he saw in first three at-bats, athletic catcher showed ability to stop balls thrown well away from intended target, soft hands, accurate arm (low warm-up time was 2.11), throws track with true carry.


Body: 5-11, 180-pounds. Longer torso frame with space for projection. Lower half-strength present
Hit: RHH. Even, wider base keeping hands high. Small hand load with front foot lift; utilizes kick-back to allow hips to get through. Consistent in swing process and repeatable. Shorthand path allows the barrel to get to consistent contact out front; slight lift in path. Regularly found the barrel (92.43 Average Exit Velo) with the ball having carry to the pullside. 75.4 Max Bat Speed, 21.5 Max Hand Speed, 90.9% Hard Hit Percentage
Power: 97.20 mph exit velocity.
ArmRH. C - 76.00 mph. Arm action was easy and quick to get rid of the ball; ball consistently on the bag.
Defense1.96-2.01 pop times. Transfers were very good; Receiving was consistently solid and able to handle all types of pitches working from the bottom of zone up. Absorbed blocks well and was able to bounce from the crouch.
Run7.32 runner in the 60.


Bay Area World Series 2020 (BAWS) - Uncommitted; Has ability to play well abv avg defense at both C/3B, plays calm, has tools, very comfortable w/pace of the game. Displays same traits at the plate, middle of line-up potential, chance to develop into impact player at collegiate level.


Defense: 2.10-2.12 pop times. Shows feel and understanding of defensive positioning. Fundamentals on display; forehand and backhand fielding, blocking and receiving catching. 
Arm: RH. C - 74 mph. Smooth arm action from third base and the catching position. Short arm swing and release enables him to get rid of the ball quickly. Accurate and consistent throws. 
Hit: RHH. Upright and open stance. Hands are relaxed and shoulder height. Leg lift load to proportional swing stance.  Barrel stays through the zone nicely, covering both sides of the plate. Swing path shows ability to attack the bottom half of the zone, where his exit velo average of 92 mph is the highest. TrackMan metrics show line-drives averaged 311.9 ft, 26.9° launch angle, 90.7 mph. 
Power: 93 mph exit velocity from the tee. 
Run: 7.62 runner in the 60. 


Summer Scout - Medium frame with some strength projects well with some future growth. During game 1 showed good actions at 3rd base and some athleticism making a play on the run with a top ball putting the throw on the money. 3rd AB doubled down the LF line showing a quick bat with strength through the zone; ball jumped for an easy stand up double. During game 2 put together three solid AB’s with two walks and a single through the 6-hole. Range in infield is fair probably fitting best at 3B, 2B or possibly Catcher where his agile body and quick feet could work well.


PBR N CA Preseason All-State - Full, medium frame showing strength in core and lower half; high knees runner staying tall as he runs (7.69 60-yd). Open, balanced stance with high hands and slight bend in knee; knee tuck/kick with hands working back and up. Swing works on slight upward path with quick hands that can create leverage; drove balls deep to the pull side gap flashing a strong bat (88 exit velo). Wide base with controlled footwork able to make plays in middle of the field; arm gets to ear quickly with strength in throws showing carry across the diamond (80 MPH). Continues to show why he’s such a highly touted 2021 player providing positional versatility and instincts of a ball player.

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