Mario DeMera




San Francisco
St. Ignatius College Prep (HS) • CA
6-1 • 195LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CCB Elite


2020 National

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CCB World Series -  was the most consistent player all weekend regularly finding barrels and moving around the field making plays. The long-large frame is physical showing broad shoulders and current strength. DeMera showed strong wrists and quick bat speed with pop to the opposite field. DeMera regularly manipulate the barrel to work the entire field on his way to going 7-for-13 with two walks, two stolen bases, a HR and double. Defensively he moved from 3rd base to the OF on each day showing the ability to stick at any of the corners. DeMera moves well able to track the ball with some closing speed in the OF or move laterally with a high-release arm showing strength at 3rd. His baseball intelligence was also strong showing good reactions on the bases with an aggressiveness (4.6 H-1st, 5.25T) to go 1st-to-3rd or score from 2nd. DeMera is coming back from a hand injury that knocked him out of last season at St. Ignatius and showing a bat that will fit in a lineup at the next level. MVP of the weekend

10/7/18 - Central Coast Open - 6-foot-1, 190-pounds on mature and athletic body. Ran good 60 yd time with 7.08 on slow surface. Carried athleticism into swings keeping a balanced stance with high back elbow and showing very strong bat speed. During BP, bat was very loud driving balls deep into the pull side gap (90 MPH exit velo). At shortstop showed ability to get low hips wide while playing with a higher chest. Footwork and body look more the part of a 3rd base with plenty of arm to play there showing a quick arm that produced easy carry on balls from the hole (81 MPH). On the mound worked with a large side step where he finds his foot placement and gets his arm out of the glove very early. Compact arm works quickly getting to 3/4 release point; times where front shoulder can open early. Talented and strong player and one to watch in the 2020 class.

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