Mason Schultz
Mason Schultz
Mason Schultz
Mason Schultz
Mason Schultz




Etiwanda (HS) • CA
6-2 • 200LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Canes West


2022 National

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Positional Profile: RHP 
Body: 6-1, 215-pounds. A mature and sturdy build that is filled out.
Delivery: Smooth and repeatable delivery. Uses a high leg lift and keeps his weight on that back leg. Cements that back foot in the rubber and drops down into it while driving forward. Everything is online with home plate and finishes with a firm front leg. Sound mechanics. 
Arm Action: RH. Clean arm action out of the H ¾ slot. Compact arm circle with some scalp load. Arm speed and slots are consistent for all pitch types. 
FB: T80, 78-80 mph. Located it well glove side and pounded it for strikes. 
CB: 67-70 mph. Consistently located right off the plate low and away with 2000-2200 spin. 
SPLT: 69-71 mph. Tumbling action with low 700-800 spin.


Orange County Preseason All-State - strong sturdy build in a 6-foot-1 200 pound frame. Uses his lower half well by keeping his weight back, creating drive with a big leg kick and exploding off his backside. Showed consistent clean mechanics throughout his showing and competed pitch-to-pitch. Showed the ability to locate his fastball to both sides of the plate at 82-83 mph. Featured a true splitter with tumbling downward action at 71 mph that has current swing and miss capability. Curveball broke on a 12/6 plane at 66-68 mph with snap and spin. Starter stuff with the lower half mechanics that project for a quality gain in velocity. Division 1 projection that could greatly benefit with the addition of a two-seam fastball and change-up.


Uncommitted. Six-foot-1, 200-pounds. Large, physically strong, frame with squared shoulders and strength down into the forearms/wrists. Large hands. Stays tall on the backside before exploding down the mound with significant back leg drive. Arm is quick, clean, and compact through to a high 3/4 slot. Fastball flashed late run into righties on a downhill angle that generated weak contact. Schultz threw a two-seam fastball that showed late sinking action and resulted in swing-and-miss attempts. Schultz showed the ability to bury the curveball down in the zone often bouncing it at, or just beyond, the plate. Command eluded Schultz later in his outing, but he demonstrated enough feel of his three pitches to make it easy to dream on his upside/potential.

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