Nathan Maas
Nathan Maas
Nathan Maas




Soquel (HS) • CA
6-3 • 205LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CCB


2021 National

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Positional Profile: RHP
Body: 6-3, 205-pounds. Long, prototypical pitcher frame, room to continue to add size and strength.
Delivery: Compact particularly for a tall pitcher, slightly above hip lift, gathers and tucks over the rubber, sinks into backside, in-line, fluid, gets off rubber well, stays behind ball.
Arm Action: RH. Clean circular backside, keeps fingers above ball, outstanding finish and extension, overhand release.
FB: T88, 84-87 mph. Has length, stays on plane, can tilt it, enough late movement to get off barrel contact, finishes it well, usable as a primary offering.
CB: 71-76 mph. Spin projects an above average pitch, two plane break, feel for zone, can start bats with the late movement.
CH: 79-82 mph. Late big run to arm side, power change with outstanding finish.


Bay Area World Series 2020 (BAWS) - Uncommitted; The body stands out, long/lanky/projectable. The arm action is clean, smooth, fantastic, the extension appeared considerable (it is, 5.99 avg). The 85-87 mph seemed like easy 87-89 w/life, feel for CB & CHG. EZ PROJECTION!


PBR Central Coast Open - 6-foot-2, 180-pounds, strong physical build that still has room for tightening as he matures. On the mound worked from a tall stance with mid chest glove that lifts with high front knee. Delivery works as drop and drive allowing long circular backside arm action to get down about hip deep and out before quickly getting to a high-3/4 release point. Flashed quality stuff with times where he turns off the front leg. Some slight cross body stride, there is some effort but the arm works and the body is good. Hides fastball (78-82 mph) pretty well and there is some length. Flashed solid spin on curveball (66-68 mph) and when he was on-time there was tilt on that pitch. Showed feel of change-up (71-72 mph) with some late fade. Three pitches with feel future looks bright on the mound.


Position - Fringe average runner that projects better down the road with a 7.68 60 yd dash. Offensively utilizes a toe tap timing while keeping his even hands tight to the body. Body has a slight bend while keeping a flat bat while the hands showed flashes of quickness as he peppered the field (79 MPH exit velo). In the outfield worked with a short and quick arm that produced carry and was regularly online (77 MPH); body utilized more infield actions than that of an outfielder, but arm flashed more potential with growth and strength gains. Competed as  two-way player and showed ability both ways.

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