Gavin Ducker
Gavin Ducker
Gavin Ducker
Gavin Ducker

CLASS OF 2022

C
1B

Gavin
Ducker

Palma (HS) • CA
6-2 • 215LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Dub Baseball

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2022 National

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7/16/21

Body: 6-2, 205-pounds. Sturdy build with present strength and size, some speed for a catcher, room for more development.
Hit: RHH. Slightly open upright stance, high hands, step and plant to hitting position, two-hand finish. Hammered a single in game to the pull side showing ability to get on top of the ball and infront. Blast Motion score 37/52/76 shows above-average rotation score illuminating his in game pull side abiltiy. Low plane show inconsistent swing-to-swing. High rotation score projects well for power and ability to adjust to velocity gains.
Power: 98 max exit velocity
Arm: RH. C - 74 mph. Average high school arm, short swing to ear, likes to throw from knees, quick in the front.
Defense: 2.02-2.16 pop times. Worked hard behind the dish, hustling throughout the weekend, inconsistent blocking - popping up when needing to stay down. Called a good game behind the plate.
Run: 7.43 runner in the 60.

6/08/21

Uncommitted, 6-foot-2 and 205-pounds, big body catcher/1B, presents a nice target to throw too. Noticeable was him talking pitch sequencing with the pitchers, pitch-calling feel and attacking quality hitters. Positive presence behind the plate for the pitchers he worked with.

60 yd: With full max effort on the 60, arms and legs in motion, showed his athleticism and dedication to compete to the best of what he’s got all the way through the run.

Catcher: With a good target for pitchers and wide stance, able to see the ball all the way into his glove. Transfer from glove to throwing hand was low but able to get his arm up and release on target. Pop times ranging from 1.99-2.03.

Hitting: Physical presence in the box, a bit hitterish, steps in the box with high hands, strong lower half and good balance to see all pitches. Hands in a position to attack, with an upright bat, loads into his back hip well in order to gain leverage and drive the baseball. Once hands start, hands work inside the ball and get the barrel out front behind the ball. Every swing has a purpose and intent to drive over the fence in the BP rounds. Uses his strength in his balanced lower half and hands work well with the strength, displayed power to all fields.

Summary: Worked hard behind the plate and controlling the game with his various pitchers, showed strong field presence and nuances of a good game IQ. His present and future strength will benefit him at the next level.

2/06/21

Body: 6-2, 205-pounds. Square shoulders, tight waist, present strength, and the ability for strength to translate to next level.
HitRHH. Balanced stance, slight bend in knees, and high hands/high back elbow. Engaged hinge early utilizing foot lift to stay on the backside with the forward move; hands stay high on the move being connected on the swing.  Compact swing, down and through with high finish. Ball carries and jumps to the pullside; best when he keeps direction towards middle of the diamond. Rotates easily and produces good force on frontside. 22.9 gs Max Rotational Acceleration, 76.7 Max Batspeed, 22.4 Max Handspeed, 62.5 Hard Hit %, 58% On Plane Efficiency.
Power: 96.80 mph exit velocity.
Arm: RH. C - 78.00 mph. Strength in arm shows with fluid swing and speed out front.
Defense: 1.99-2.03 pop times. Efficient in his transfers and ability to use body to block pitches. Receiving showed flashes handling velocity; can continue working for breaking balls. Bounces out of crouch.
Run: 7.41 runner in the 60.

11/14/20

Positional Profile: C/1B
Body: 6-2, 205-pounds. Thick and strong, athletic proportions, strong core.
Hit: RHH. Wide feet, high hands, slight crouch, very slightly open, into legs early, knee lift into stride, small quiet hand load. Quick trigger, direct to ball, crash stride into contact, powerful torque and rotation, punishing contact, keeps top hand above the ball; 23 max rotational acceleration (18.52 avg), 61% on plane efficiency, 66.7% fly balls.
Power: 95 mph exit velocity in live BP via TrackMan. 23.2 max hand speed (21.63 avg), 77.1 max bat speed (71.53 avg).
Arm: RH. C - 77 mph. Quick strong arm, clean transfer, throws tailed to arm side.
Defense: 2.00-2.12 pop times. Sat a bit high on pops, showed agility while receiving in multiple set-ups, target/drop relax/catch technique, strong hands, can stick it.
Run: 7.58 runner in the 60.

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