Jack Gurevitch
Jack Gurevitch
Jack Gurevitch

CLASS OF 2022

1B
RHP

Jack
Gurevitch

Notre Dame (HS) • CA
6-1 • 215LBS • L/R
Travel Team: GBG Navy 2022/So Cal Giants Scout Team

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6/20/21

SoCal ProCase:

Body: 6-1, 215 pounds. Gurevitch's frame is very projectable, he has very broad shoulders and has already shown to possess above average strength for his class. Has high athletic potential which can allow his gameplay to be taken to even another level. 

Hit: He had one of the most eye popping batting practices of the day spraying the ball all over the field with velo behind it. He was averaging just under 90 mph for his exit velocity during batting practice, showing the ability to consistently barrel up the baseball regardless of where it’s thrown. Gurevitch stands upright and slightly open with his bat rested flat on his shoulder. When he loads he sets up in a great early connection position which allows him to explode to the ball with an on-plane direct bat path (92% on plane efficiency) that helps him generate exceptional backspin. 

Power: In the last year, Gurevitch has taken tremendous leaps and bounds in his offensive production. At the PBA Scout Day last year, his max exit velocity was 89.53. Almost a year later to the day, he has turned that 89.80 into his average exit velocity. He got up to 103.11 mph during batting practice and launched a ball 402 ft with a wood bat. Blast metrics also paint a great power profile with avg. bat speed at 74.74 mph and rotational acceleration average of 22gs. The power is already there and there is still lots room for growth. 

Field: Gurevitch is a primary first baseman with solid fundamentals. He showed that he was very comfortable going and getting picks, and his hands were soft considering he had a background as a catcher. The footwork was good around the bag and while fielding ground balls showing that he has been putting in time at first base and is comfortable moving around the bag. 

Arm: RH INF- 84 mph Quick and short arm action when turning double plays. Quick release and made accurate throws to both sides of the second base bag. 

Run: 7.45 60-yard dash. Above average runner for his size with good form. Head is still with a high chest. Strong strides with good arm swings that help propel him forward. 

Summary: If he continues to excel in the box like he has been of late, any college team in need of a run producer should jump all over him. The long and lengthy first basemen is a real difference maker in the middle of a lineup and is sure to have a big impact on the offensive production for Notre Dame in the 2022 season. With the significant increase in exit velocity this past year, he is primed and ready to go for a big senior year and has made himself a long ball threat every time he steps up to the plate. As he continues to grow in strength and size, Gurevitch is sure to develop well in a college program so don’t expect to have to wait too much longer before hearing just where that school may be.


8/14/20

CA STATE GAMES:

Positional Profile: 1B/RHP
 

Body: 6-1, 195-pounds. Strong and sturdy frame that is filling out.
 

Delivery: Works from the first base side of the rubber. Uses a higher leg lift and stays connected to his back leg. Works quick throughout and through the connection to his back leg is able to hold that external rotation. Is able finish firm at foot landing.
 

Arm Action: RH. Long and loose arm action out of the ¾ slot. Gets a little inverted with a scalp load. Good arm speed. Potential for more velo.
 

FB: T86, 83-85 mph. Good ride up in the zone. Equal vertical and horizontal break at around 12 inch.
 

CB: 69-71 mph. Had some side spin so works more like a slurve. Consistently worked it low in the zone. Induced weak contact.
 

SL: 72-73 mph. 2100-2200 spin, differentiates from the curve by having about 2 more inches of horizontal break.
 

Body: 6-1, 195-pounds. Strong and sturdy frame that is filling out.
 

Hit: LHH. Stands tall and upright with hands high and pinched knees. Simple forward stride and stays well connected with his lower body and hips while he rotates. Compact stroke with a bat stays in the zone for a long time per high on plane efficiency score of 92. Steep to flat bat path. 
 

Power: 93 mph exit velocity from the tee.  Some present pull side power but potential to have more per his average rotational acceleration g’s of 25.6 and average bat speed of 74.3 being above average
 

Arm: RH. INF - 84 mph. Quick and short arm action on DPs. Quick to release and made accurate throws.
 

Defense: Showcased athleticism with good footwork on both GBs and around the bag. Sets up feet quickly and in good positions to make throws.
 

Run: 7.55 runner in the 60. 


6/22/20

Body: 6’1 195lbs; strong, athletic

Hit: Displayed some pop to the pull side. Leg Kick trigger; gains a ton of ground on the weight shift while he slots the barrel into launch position. Barrel stays in the zone for an extended period of time. Uses lower to get into the ground.

Power: Average currently, 90 MPH Exit Velocity

Arm: 72 MPH 1B Velocity

Defense: Worked out at 1B during defensive workout. Showed his athleticism with the ability to move around the bag and field balls to his left. And right. Glove and footwork looked very clean and helped set him up to make double play turns. Arm can get long at times.

Run: 7.78 60-Yard

Pitching:

Delivery: Quicker tempo delivery, high leg lift, holds external rotation in the back hip as he moves forward. Front hip pulls back leg out of ground connection during stride leading to some energy loss. Rotates around front hip well after foot strike.

Arm Action: Long out of the glove, can become late and outside of 90 degrees at foot plant. Comes out of scap load early. Lots of potential velocity still in the tank. Decelerates well.

FB: 81-83; Equal Vertical and Horizontal Break

CB: 66-86; Mirroring planes of rotation make this pair well with  FB

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