JC Ng
JC Ng
JC Ng
JC Ng
JC Ng
JC Ng
JC Ng
JC Ng
JC Ng

CLASS OF 2021

OF
1B

JC
Ng

Pomona-Pitzer Colleges
Menlo School (HS) • CA
5-10 • 170LBS • L/L
Travel Team: CCB Elite

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2021 National

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9/07/20

Bay Area World Series 2020 (BAWS) - Uncommitted; Has gotten noticeably stronger over the last yaer, the ability to hit and to throw have been consistent tools to show up. The run tool is above average and the added physicality looks to be pushing the hit tool grade higher.

1/25/20

NorCal Preseason All-State: 7.29 60yd, 81 OF, 89 EV

5-10, 170 long and wiry frame with some lean strength across broad chest. Open, very high hands stance showing ability to adjust load and timing on pitch; utilizes a knee tuck most consistently to keep body over back foot with hands having a small load. Quick hands and whippy barrel from full body swings able to get through the baseball while showing ability to lift to the pull gap; have seen swing be more flat and compact flashing barrel feel to all fields (89 EV). Consistently under control in the OF tracking and moving in time with the ball while keeping rhythm; high glove side and longer arm action showing ability to keep balls firm on a line to bases (81 OF).


7/07/19

CCB World Series - Long, wiry frame with some strength in the chest, Ng continues to show his athleticism and quick bat all over the field. The hands are quick with loose wrists creating an upward whip of the barrel as he made a lot of hard contact during the first day without anything to show for it. Was rewarded on Sunday with a long HR to RCF before almost taking the pitchers head off on a hard single back through the middle. Ng covers well in the OF with closing speed and a loose accurate arm. 

5/31/19

BAWS 2019 - Medium, wiry and twitchy frame with athletic actions (7.16 60-yd). Slightly opened stance with very high hands having barrel head pointed towards pitcher; utilizes big knee lift and tuck showing balance in back hip and smooth transition forward. Strong barrel trn to get onto plane with upwards path through the zone; quick bat able to get into zone with whip through it. Drove balls to the pull side squaring it up regularly (85 EV). During games picked up some solid contacts and really ran the bases well with stolen bases of 2nd and 3rd and going 1st to 3rd. Long arm out of the glove with small arm side run from a high release; keeps the ball online through cut guys (79 MPH). Strong defense during the games as well with good range and ability to work hips to make moves.

2/16/19

vs SHCP - an uncommitted player who has been on our radar since starting for the Menlo Knights as a freshman, continuing to get better and make strides. He started his sophomore year off on the right foot reaching base twice in three at-bats and scoring one of the three Knights runs. The lefty had a nice double into the oppo gap showing off his footspeed on the turn (4.58T).  Offensively, he’s a patient hitter keeping high hands and using a foot lift to stay behind the ball while looking for his pitch. When he gets his pitch, his quick hands fire and drive through extension. Ng tends to have an oppo approach, but as he gets more mature at the plate he will begin to get the barrel head out front and drive to all portions of the field. Defensively he started in left field and fits there or centerfield where he works behind the ball well with a strong first step. He tracked down a ball over his head that was hit with some sharpness showing the ability to drop-step and track the ball off the bat. I would not be surprised to see Ng work himself into and up the 2021 Rankings with another strong season.

1/27/19

PBR N CA Preseason All-State - Very lean and twitchy athletic frame showing length in medium frame; uses legs and loose hips well gaining ground quickly (7.07 60-yd). Tall stance with slight bend in knees keeping very high hands and high back elbow as bat head is pointed towards pitcher; slight knee lift and tuck before gaining ground as hands move back and down. Bat head whips through zone with slightly upward path on baseball and staying through the zone for a long time. Easy bat speed with balance in his stance driving line drives around the field and into gaps (93 exit velo). Defensively attacks the ball under control with quick feet; long arm swing getting to high release quickly and showing ability to put the ball on bases with flashes of more life (78 MPH). A Top 2021 to watch with the athleticism and swing to stick in middle of Outfield and hit atop lineup. He’s continued to improve during every viewing leaving a lasting impression and backing it up with strong measurables.

8/25/18

PBR Northern CA Underclass Games - 5-foot-9, 140-pounds, lean athletic body, lively actions, good athlete with baseball skill, starting to emerge as one of the better players in the region in the 2021 class. All tools are present and rate well presently with favorable projections for each tool. Also brings energy and intensity intangibles with his talents. Balanced hitting approach, gets behind the ball well at contact, hands work inside the ball and uses hands well in his swing. Also gets to and through the ball with good extension as he throws the barrel through contact. Willing to use the whole field while also having the ability to lash balls to the pull side. With his speed and present size he’s best off staying gap to gap with a line drive approach. Can put pressure on the defense with footspeed and hustle, he’s also a heady baserunner. Defensively moves around the outfield with life and ready feet. Strong arm with long arm action, ball exits hand well and certainly has a shot to develop a plus arm as he ages and gains strength. Strong follow in the 2021 class.

6/03/18

6/1/18-6/3/18 BAWS 2018 - Compact 5-foot-9 140-pounds with some twitch and some present strength. Narrow tall stance with toe tap timing; line drives to pull side with ability to get some bat whip through the zone. Patient and times where front shoulder opens early hitting off front foot with bat path and stroke being of the slap variety. Strong arm from outfield with carry on throws; flashes of more and ability to put on line. Average stride with ability to play better in game than down line; 4.53, Home-1st.

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