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Grambling State
El Cerrito (HS) • CA
6-0 • 160LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Power


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7/19/18 @ NCTB Upperclass Tourney - Lean bodied athlete, saw best as a pitcher. Topped at 80 mph but arm quicker than that, can sync up upper half and lower half timing better, fastball good movement, hard tailing action, worked both sides plate well, aggressive pitcher, curveball 66-67 mph and able to shape it differently in different situations, harder slider-like 69-70 vs right-handed hitters.
6/1/18-6/3/18 @ BAWS 2018 - Body type description holds up. Quick turn of hands after high set with high knee before early open of front shoulder going down the hill; compact short arm with mid-3/4 release. Fastball 79-82 with small arm side run and life up through the zone; ability to miss bats up in zone. Breaking ball a hybrid at times, 73-76 with 2/7 action and late action at plate; freeze hitters looking for fastball and ability to locate on both sides. Competitive pitcher with chance to find a role on a staff beyond high school. Showed good athleticism as a position player in limited opportunities.
4/19/18 - Lean and slightly built at 6-foot-0 160-pounds. Not a ton of projection but he's got a nice live body type. High-3/4 slot, fairly quick arm, pretty short on the backside, gets to a high knee lift and does have some rhythm in the delivery. Stuff has a chance to be successful but his plan of how to use his stuff could change. Likes his fastball and is an aggressive pitcher but the location suffered (too many up and over plate) and with the velocity it wasn't working for him. Showed nice secondary stuff, including a couple of breaking balls and used more liberally or perhaps pitching backwards would be better. However, that being said and even seeing him in a tough outing, he's got a shot beyond high school as a left-handed reliever, which level that's at, TBD. Could also toy with dropping his slot lower to create more effective deception. Some kids compete a little too hard when in reality, less is more. That's what I saw on this day.

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