Jeremy Wiegman
Jeremy Wiegman

CLASS OF 2019

RHP

Jeremy
Wiegman

Cal State San Marcos
Huntington Beach (HS) • CA
6-5 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: SoCal Birds 2019

Rankings

2019 National

Rankings available to Premium Subscriber

Log In Subscribe to PBR Plus

2019 State

Rankings available to Premium Subscriber

Log In Subscribe to PBR Plus

Commitment

Videos

This Area is only available to PBR Premium Content Subscribers.

Loading stats!!

Comments

11/10/18 - California Sr. Games - Cal State San Marcos commit - Wiegman has tall (6'5"), slender (175-pounds) frame that has plenty of room for added strength. After seeing him at the Top Prospects a few months earlier in the summer, the continued development for Wiegman is obvious. It starts with much better fastball command and more consistent downhill tilt to his pitches generating an uptick in velocity. His arm is loose, whippy, and fresh and projects for continued development as he add strength/mass to his long frame.

8/1/18 - Six-foot-5, 175-pounds, extra large, long, lean, wiry strong frame with long limbs, a high waist and large feet. Wiegman is a highly athletic righty with a compact, quick arm action that generates downhill plane from a high ¾ arm slot. Uses lower half to drive down the mound while landing square to target in an athletic position. Shows a fastball, curveball, splitter combination commanding all for strikes. Fastball shows downhill tailing action to the armside which keeps below the knees. Curveball is a true-two plane pitch with 12/6 shape that works down in the zone when thrown with conviction. Splitter shows darting action to the armside flashing late life as it enters the hitting zone. Wiegman projects very well as a starter at the next level given his size - which could easily add strength - and his present stuff.

1/12/18 - Long, lean right handed pitcher that shows all the traits of a late bloomer. Fastball worked 82-84 with movement. Nothing was straight out of the hand. His slider is more of a slurve with big, sweeping action that worked 76-78. Had a little hint of two-plane motion. Didn't throw a true curveball.

Read More Read Less

Contact

Premium Content Area

To unlock contact information, you need to purchase a ScoutPLUS subscription.

Purchase Subscription
OR
Login