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CLASS OF 2018

SS

Emilio
Rosas

Southern California
Mater Dei (HS) • CA
6-1 • 175LBS • R/R

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6 foot 1, 175lb USC commit has a projectable, athletic, medium/large frame requiring some future strength. Rosas has a solid present build for his age, but could handle more weight while still being able to stay at shortstop. Has elite bat-to- ball skills, and is a plus hitter for his position. Rosas won't hit for significant power, but will provide more power than most shortstops. Field over arm, Rosas displays great instincts, acrobatic ability, smooth hands and actions up the middle with a quick release. He will make routine plays and shows creativity on balls at the end of his range. At 4.25 to first base, speed is neither an asset nor liability, however he shows aptitude on the bases and has adequate speed. Rosas is a quality everyday player that adds depth and offense to a lineup.
5/1/18 – USC commit. Rosas was the only standout for the Monarchs in the 2-0 loss Vs. Cole Winn and the Lancers of Orange Lutheran HS. Rosas went 2 for 3 with a screaming line drive up the middle off Winn. Rosas displayed why he is one of the top defenders in the 2018 class by making a few MLB type plays at SS, and making them look routine. There were a lot of MLB scouts on hand to watch Winn, but Rosas really showed his tools and how he can fair against top tier pitching.
2/2018 – Southern California signee. The 6-foot-1, 175-pound frame, athletic, medium/large frame. Rosas has a solid present build for his age, but could handle more weight while still being able to stay at shortstop. Rosas has elite bat to ball skills and is a plus hitter for his position. He won't hit for significant power, but will provide more power than most shortstops. Rosas displays acrobatic ability, smooth hands and actions up the middle with a quick release. He will make routine plays and shows creativity on balls at the end of his range. At 4.25 to first base, speed is neither an asset nor liability, however he shows aptitude on the bases and has adequate speed.
4/2017 - Loose, athletic 6-foot-1, 175-pound frame is easy to dream on and he shows advanced movement at shortstop, where he plays at an elite level. He made slow roller plays look easy, and had twitchy actions when moving side to side while showing off a very strong arm. At the plate, Rosas does not get cheated, with his elbows starting wide with an athletic base. He shows present pull side power, and smashed a couple of home runs while showing a propensity to pull the ball. In the four games, Rosas went 7-for-12 with two home runs, two doubles and seven RBIs.
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