Logan Mock
Logan Mock

CLASS OF 2021

C
3B

Logan
Mock

San Joaquin Delta
Granada (HS) • CA
5-11 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Zoots

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2021 National

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2/06/21

Body: 5-11, 180-pounds. Square frame, even build with room to continue to add strength to the frame
Hit: RHH. Tall stance with hands lower and relaxed elbows; hands lift with top working back as lower half works forward on slight foot lift.  Handsy swing with a level path through the zone; some reciprocal actions in finish allowing the barrel to stay with the body on the turn. Easy to create line drives to his pullside and found barrel well. 83.4% Line Drives/Fly Ball Percent, 58.3% Hard Hit, 76.6 Max Bat Speed, 23.2 Max Hand Speed.
Power: 94.20 mph exit velocity
ArmRH. C - 76.00 mph. Compact action with release from the ear; the ball was on the bag.
Defense: 1.96-2.01 pop times. Body consistently in a good spot to receive/block; recovered well on blocks. Handled pitches well, making slight adjustments to keep balls strikes
Run: 7.69 runner in the 60.

9/07/20

Bay Area World Series 2020 (BAWS) - Uncommitted, ranked #172 in CA, 24th among catchers; Good tools, legitimate chance to hit for power (heavy barrel), big time make-up and intangibles that make every team he is on better. Strong defensive tools (rcv, block, agility), grinding mentality, 2.01 pop was low we had between innings. Player and winner.

1/25/20

NorCal Preseason All-State: We saw Mock at the Area Code Tryouts in the Summer and the growth in his game and strength in his frame were noticeable at the event. The frame is still growing and with that said there’s still upside in the already impressive tools. At the plate the low hand, high front foot set up allows his strong wrists to drive through the baseball; he stays behind the ball well and put on a show as balls jumped off the bat through the gap and over the fence to the pullside (92 EV). During defense he showed a very quick release and great direction to second keeping throws on the bag with life (1.94-2.11 Pop, 77 MPH). Receiving was strong during bullpens and he showed his ability to beat balls to the spots when going to block.

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