Isaac Rodriguez
Isaac Rodriguez




Southern California
Murrieta Valley (HS) • CA
5-10 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Easton Prime IE


2021 National

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Body: 5-foot-10, 170 pounds. Quality athlete with proportional strength throughout. Best athletic tool is his footwork. Current strength shows potential at the next level for plus-muscular strength. 

Hit: Posted a Blast Motion plane score of 56 and a connection score of 47. Both scores are average for players at his level, showing that he displays average consistent contact and plate coverage. Posted a Blast Motion rotation score of 75, one of the best in the state, showing that he has good sequencing ability with his hips and hands and is able to control his body well by adjusting to pitches throughout the zone. Two average scores and one above-average score shows projectability and that he has a solid current base to build upon. Rodriguez lacks a current glaring weakness, which will help him adjust quicker to better pitching and could enable him for playing time at the next level sooner rather than later. 

Power: Trackman data shows that his average exit speed is 82.60 mph, with exit speed contact to outside pitches at an average of 82.73 mph and exit speed contact with inside pitches at 89.49 mph, a good indicator that he is able to cover both sides of the plate with at least his overall average exit speed. Personal best exit speed of 94.02 mph with a launch angle of 5.69°. Rodriguez will have to increase his exit speed to have true power at the next level but his current data readings show good projectability, especially since he has current ability to cover both sides of the plate.


Field: Stylish feel in the infield and looks the part. Stays low to the ground, keeps his eye on the ball and the glove out in front. Above-average footwork provides his ability to move well laterally and projects well at the next level. Throws to first were solid but struggled with throws and flips to second base. Must improve that part of the game. 

Arm: Infield arm velocity of 78 mph, 7th overall at the ProCase. Average high school short-stop arm strength. Best arm tool is his ability to set his body up in a position to throw and ability to get rid of the ball quickly. Showed that he can throw from multiple arm angles and looked next level when charging the ball. Infield arm velocity will have to improve to stick at short at the pro level. 


Run: 7.06 60 yard dash. Ran hard with good form and through the finish line.

7/13/18 - Rodriguez projects very well on his athleticism alone. Took one of the best rounds of work from shortstop showing accurate throws with carry, plus footwork, body control, and clean exchanges. He also got behind the dish where he popped in the 1.97-2.03 range. At the plate he shows feel for the barrel with some pop, albeit inconsistent.

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