Mikey Bell
Mikey Bell




San Joaquin Memorial (HS) • CA
6-2 • 198LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Norcal Prime


2022 National

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Positional Profile: SS/3B
Body: 6-2, 192-pounds. Long lean strength, lower body showing strength.
Hit: RHH. Tall, very slight crouch, medium width feet, hands above shoulder, slightly open, shallow load to lower slot, small lift into stride. Maintains balance, controlled barrel, works inside, direct to ball, high two hand finish, flashed pull side power; 19.3 max rotational acceleration (15.65 avg), 54% on plane efficiency.
Power: 92 mph exit velocity in live BP via TrackMan. 21 max hand speed (19.37 avg), 78 max bat speed (67.61 avg).
Arm: RH. INF - 85 mph. Compact arm action, when feet under him the throws tracked with carry, enough arm to throw on move or from hole, consistently higher slot on all throws.
Defense: Soft hands, smooth and efficient actions to ball, sets up with good angles to field and throw.
Run: 7.09 runner in the 60.



Positional Profile: SS/3B

Body: 6-1, 185-pounds. Has a medium frame that is well proportioned.

Hit: RHH. Relaxed in his stance. Stands upright with a slight bend in the knees. Short stride with an upright bat per early connection (107 Degrees). Swing is steep when late but works the middle of the field with line drives when on time.

Power: 88 mph exit velocity from the tee. Line drive gap to gap power. Rotates and sequences body well with an above-average rotational acceleration average for his level of 17.8g's per blast motion data. Higher exit velos on inside pitches per Trackman data

Arm: RH. INF - 80 mph Loose and quick arm action out of the ¾ slot. Throws weren’t strained. They were online and had decent carry.

Defense: Shows good instincts and nice range. Is comfortable moving laterally while staying low to the ground.

Run: 7.28 runner in the 60.


at Fresno Easter Classic - Stands around 6-foot-0 165-pounds by the eyeball test (no height/weight in program) with present tools that will make him a player that will be highly coveted by college recruiters in short order. With plenty of room for physical development, Bell is a rangy shortstop with average present arm strength. He made a very athletic play on a backhand in the hole to initiate an inning-ending double play. He also showed his instincts by covering an open bag at third with a runner rounding second. At the plate he shows the ability to fight off pitches and extend at-bats. Looks comfortable in the box. Aggressively smart baserunner.


vs Rocklin - 6-foot-0, 155-pound-ish with lankiness, had a nice game for SJM. He isn't a physical standout yet in terms of tools and projectability, but starting at SS as a frosh for a defending section champion, while hitting in the 6-spot are good indications that he knows how to play and is mature beyond his years. He was 3-for-3 with a walk and a couple of runs scored, with all the knocks being singles, one of which was well struck for a line drive into short right centerfield. His hands work and he did work to stay in the middle of the field. He's got a ways before his really starts to physically mature but does have a good frame to add some strength in the coming years. Defensively he moved around capably and I'd need to see more games and workouts to fully appreciate what he brings defensively. His best running time was 4.51 on ground ball single, with a 4.75 on a turn. We shall see how he fully develops

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