Jacob Reimer
Jacob Reimer




Yucaipa (HS) • CA
6-0 • 207LBS • R/R
Travel Team: GBG Navy


2022 National

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2022 State

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The 6-foot, 180-pounder finds the barrel seemingly with every swing that he takes, and he picked up multiple hits in almost every game that he played with some present power to the pull side along with the ability to drive the ball to both gaps. His hands flow fluently down and back with a bigger leg hang that lands semi-abrupt before the hands rip the barrel through the zone. He is confident in his hands on the infield, and his strong arm showcases carry across the diamond. His foot speed will likely shift him to third base in the future, but the power in his bat should help him stick on there. Perhaps even more promising about Reimer’s future is the quiet intensity that he plays the game with: he appears determined to be the best on the field at all times, and that drive can be seen in the way that he plays the game.


SoCal Preseason All-State (fielding) - Though he is far from being done growing, and still young-looking at 5-foot-11, 170-pounds, Reimer had no issue making the stadium look small at JSerra Catholic as he blasted four balls out of the park in his round of batting practice. The right-handed hitter currently possesses some natural, durable strength, and he utilizes it well as his hands separate back with a small leg hang before the barrel works slightly uphill through the zone. Reimer's aggressive use of his lower-half provides for much of the power, and being that he is still so young with much more physical-development to come, there is a good chance he ends up having even more power down the line. In the field, he had a strong round while taking ground balls at shortstop. He likely projects as more of a third baseman as he fills out, but he is confident in his hands with solid footwork and a quick, strong arm.


SoCal Preseason All-State (pitching) - 5-foot-11, 170 pounds, two-way player with good athleticism. Smooth short arm circle in the back creating consistent arm action and arm speed. Releases ball from a high three-quarter arm slot and possess repeatable mechanics. Needs to increase foot stride and lower half usage to create more power and momentum. Sharp curveball with 12/6 break with the same release point and arm path as the fastball. Change-up was erratic but possess run and sink and flashes of becoming a quality pitch. Mature freshman pitcher with good mechanics and a plus curveball, projects as a starter with velocity gains and off-speed fine-tuning.


SoCal Preseason All-State Quick Hits - Reimer is a name that every college coach in the state will soon become very familiar with. The 20th ranked player in his class in the state, Reimer put on a hitting display during BP hitting four balls over-the-fence with ease. Has very fast hands at the plate and a strong understanding of hitting registering an 89 mph exit velocity. On the mound he was up to 82 mph with what looks to be a potentially plus changeup at 73-77 mph. A highly projectable player, Reimer is young for his class as he is still only 14 years old.


Rising Stars Showcase - Five-foot-10, 165-pounds, large, physical frame with present strength throughout the body. Starts from a slightly crouched, open stance with barrel resting on right shoulder. Pumps hands before getting them to launch position. High left leg trigger initiates swing. Hands are quick-to-fast and he shows control of barrel which he keeps on plane through the hitting zone. Shows present gap-to-gap power with projectable future increases in that area. On the dirt Reimer shows fluid footwork with range to both sides and an understanding of angles and hops. Gets great reads off the bat allowing himself to get in perfect position to make plays. Shows excellent body control when attacking balls which funnels out front before using his quick hands and clean exchanges to get rid of the ball in a hurry with accuracy. Has present arm strength. On the mound Reimer shows a loose, clean compact arm action through to a high ¾ slot. His long arms assist in his out front release from his drop-and-drive delivery. Does a good job of hiding the ball with a high leg kick and slight back turn. Shows late, sharp spin on the breaking ball that he keeps at or below the knees with it's 2/8 shape. Pitch has plus potential. Fastball shows hints of run to the arm side and has life as it enters the hitting zone. Pitch is heavy and appears faster than registered velocity because of the deceptiveness of his delivery. Pitches jump out of his hand and get on hitters in a hurry.

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