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University of California-Los Angeles
Mira Costa (HS) • CA
6-6 • 185LBS • R/R


2019 National

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2019 RHP (UCLA) Jared Karros has a tall slender frame, with wiry strength and a lot of physical projection left. Doesn’t over exert and uses natural strength and extension on delivery. His fastball has life and looks faster than is because of extension. Has some arm side run and commands pitch from black-to-black. Curveball had some late movement with loose spin, effective when controlled and has the look of a developing pitch. His change-up is a strong pitch and uses it regularly when he needs a strike. Has good deception from fastball. Has a strong presence on the mound and is a smart pitcher who pitches to his strengths. In the biggest game of the year for Mira Costa Karros delivered a masterful performance. Threw a complete game allowing 7 hits, 2 walks, 2 runs and finished with seven strikeouts.

2/19/19 - At 6-foot-6, 175-pounds there’s a lot of physical projection with Karros who is presently long and lean with wiry strength throughout his body. His limbs are long and his feet are large allowing for more growth to the frame. He has squared shoulders and some strength down through the forearms. Using a dip-and-drive delivery Karros whips his arm through to a high 3/4 slot that generates downhill plane on all his pitches. The ball is hard to pick up out of the hand because he does an excellent job of hiding it behind his hip and using a high leg kick for deception. Uses his length to gain ground down the mound and gets fair extension with his arm at release. His fastball sat 85-86 which he maintained well into the sixth inning. He works the pitch black-to-black with a consistent downhill plane. His changeup at 74-75 shows sinking and fading action that kept hitters off balance. He threw only a couple of curveballs at 70-73 which showed late depth and break. Looked almost as though he wasn’t trusting the pitch although it was effective when he threw it.

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