Logan Gibson
Logan Gibson
Logan Gibson
Logan Gibson
Logan Gibson
Logan Gibson
Logan Gibson




Enochs (HS) • CA
5-10 • 160LBS • R/R
Travel Team: NorCal Valley / Alpha Power
2022 National

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Body: 5-10, 160-pounds. Real athletic build. Well proportioned. Broader shoulders. Present lower half strength.
Hit: RHH. Rhythmic swing. Slight bat waggle pulls back into a higher elbow. Smaller lift and stride. Swing is on a more uphill path (50% flyball rate). Consistent feel for barrel with most post impact results being good especially in terms of balls with nice backspin and carry. Pullside approach throughout his round. Pounded a double down the left field line in game action. 
Power: 97 max exit velocity. Bat speed is above average for his level at around 69 mph. Some present pullside power. 66.7% hard hit rate during BP is a positive sign.
Arm: RH.  OF - 96 mph. Quick loose arm action. Plus arm strength. 5/6 accurate from the OF. Explodes from release with nice carry. Quick to release.
Defense: Real aggressive actions. Comes through hard which gives him good momentum.  Gets low to the ball and transitions into throws quickly. Made routine plays in the outfield during game action.
Run: 7.05 runner in the 60.

Delivery: Quick side step into a higher knee lift. Slight hip hinge and rides down the mound hard and fast. Slight pulldown with his higher front shoulder. Average stride. In line throughout. Decent hip shoulder seperation and lead leg block at landing.
Arm Action: RH. Loose and quick arm out of the 3/4 slot. Comes out the back where you can see it. Accelerates well into release. Consistent arm speeds on all pitch types.
FB: T84, 78-83 mph. Some trouble locating. Glove side feel. 12:30 break: Fingers getting on top. 
CB: 71-74 mph. Only threw 3 in the outing and all three were strikes. Slightly lower slot. More slurvy break due to 8:00 tilt and present HB break. 


Positional Profile: OF/RHP - #139 CA Ranking.
Body: 5-10, 160-pounds. Lean and wiry strong, sinewy composition.
Hit: RHH. Medium width feet, very slight crouch, high back elbow to start, deeper hands load, smooth knee lift out to stride. Modest stride with some hip drift to contact, power approach with the swing type and attack angle, torquey hips, inconsistent barrel delivery; 25% LDs, 56.3% fly balls.
Power: 94 mph exit velocity in live BP via TrackMan. 20.1 max hand speed, 77.1 max bat speed (69.52 avg).
Arm: RH. OF - 92 mph. Long loose arm, powerful and fast, explodes out of his hand, plus carry with accuracy.
Defense: Aggressively charges and closes ground, impact type of defensive ability, speed to close ground and arm to threaten runners.
Run: 6.79 runner in the 60.

Delivery: Simple and athletic, quick high knee lift, in line stride, showed slide step ability, slight uphill front shoulder, square landing, occasional recoil at finish.
Arm Action: RH. Fast arm, loose, inconsistent timing with stride, swings arm a bit behind body out of glove, slightly inverts elbow on way to overhand release.
FB: T86, 84-86 mph. Flashes potential for abv avg spin, minimal horizontal movement, aggressively throws it, can use in top of the zone.
CB: 71-74 mph. Somewhat early break though showed feel for zone, bigger w/12-5 shape, flashed as a late big breaker w/buckling late bite.
CH: 78-81 mph. Pounded the zone, fading action in bottom of the zone, complements the high FB.


Bay Area World Series 2020 (BAWS) - Uncommitted; Athletic/twitchy, has a couple of tools that will play as plus, speed and arm. Plays w/an edge, flashes the hit-ability that will take him to an ignitor spot in a line-up. On mound gets up to 84. Stay on him as a two-way, see how it develops.


NorCal Preseason All-State: Gibson jumped out during this summer as a toolsy and twitchy athlete with easy burst (6.96 60yd). The arm is a true plus asset that he showed off both in RF and on the mound. In the OF the long full swing has balls screaming out of his hand to every bag with a quick, wrist keeping throws straight all the way to defenders chests (92 OF); not our first time seeing him above 90 MPH. At the dish, the open, high hand set up used a toe-tap to get on time and allow the loose wrists to have upward whip of the barrel; strength can keep improving the top hand finish on the swing as he matures. Gibson worked the RCF gap and middle of the field and when he got that top hand through balls carried with ease (86 EV). For good measure he showed off his two-way skills on the hill having his FB (80-83 T84 MPH) sinking and cutting through the zone with more velocity available, a projectable breaking ball showing overhand downer action (69-70 MPH) and a bottoming Change that started off his FB path (73-76). Will be a fun one to follow.


PBR N CA Top Prospect Game - Twitchy body type at 5-foot-10 145-pounds, bouncy uber-athletic (6.99 60-yard) player projecting high ceiling tools. Competed on less than 100% ankle so it's safe to say he will show lower 60 times at full health. Defense was fantastic during workouts throwing ropes (89-91 mph) to each of the bases with an easy plus arm; showed his range in game going to get balls closing into gaps. Hands work directly to the baseball with flat bat path and there’s bat speed (86 mph exit velo off tee) available; when he’s on time ball jumped off the bat. Plays with presence on the field and put together multiple strong AB’s during the games.


PBR N CA Underclass ID - Medium-long frame that is very lean with length in limbs and compact frame. Quick feet moves well with some effort that is controlled off of good first step (7.21 60yd). Wide balanced stance at plate with high back elbow having hands work back with quick transfer into back hip upon knee tuck. Bat works to lift ball through contact with some growing bat-speed able to pull the ball through the holes and into the gaps. Bat speed on display with exit velo round staying through the middle and carrying into gaps (82 EV). In OF uses athleticism well and has feel for the position using behind step and controlled feet to get quick, loose arm to keep the ball on the glove side of the bag (83 OF). Frame projects more strength and growth with smooth actions.

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