Nick Hawkins
Nick Hawkins
Nick Hawkins




Agoura (HS) • CA
5-10 • 168LBS • R/R
Travel Team: So Cal Giants Scout Team
2021 National

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Body5-10, 168-pounds. Balanced body with a longer torso and some space for more strength to keep growing.
HitRHH. Hands at shoulder staying there through body crunch load with slight foot lift. Really understands his swing and sequences very well. Gets the front side into the ground and able to get the hip to start the swing. Easy barrel turn and direction through the zone to stay behind the baseball. Easy to see acceleration and deceleration in the swing and ability to drive ball to the pullside with carry. 78.3 Max Bat Speed, 17.1 gs Max Rotational Acceleration, 66.7% Hard Hit, 88.9% Line Drive/Fly Ball%
Power: 97.40 mph exit velocity
ArmRH. INF - 77.00 mph. Compact arm, clean circle. Able to be accurate on all throws; limited life.
Defense: Moved well laterally and showed pre-fielding routine that was consistent. Glove secured the ball well and allowed for him to make plays.
Run7.13 runner in the 60. 


Positional Profile: 3B/2B
Body: 5-10, 168-pounds. Medium, strong, compact frame.
Defense:  Proper mechanics, and approach. Gets to left side of ball and plays through it
Arm: RH.  INF - 82 mph.  Average arm. Short arm stroke, balls to 1B are accurate but faded at times.
Hit: RHH. Spread out, open stance with high leg kick trigger Hitch in load, where his hands drop and get in good launch position. Loud, hard contact consistently
Power: 88 mph exit velocity from the tee. Blast confirms that there is present power. Predicting high doubles totals.
Run: 7.24 runner in the 60.



The Agoura HS 3B/2B is 5-10, 168-pounds of strength coming at you in every sense. Hawkins was aggressive in everything he did all day. Defensively he pairs soft/quick hands with speed/instincts on the dirt with a strong (81 mph) accurate arm across the diamond. It’s at the plate though that Hawkins really captured everyone’s attention. He was a loud line drive machine consistently hitting hard gappers while showing a pull side approach that saw him show off his power a bit more. It’s easy, natural power generated from a small coil but draws mainly from his present strength to generate above average bat speeds per Blast Motion.

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