Noah Canter
Noah Canter




Elk Grove (HS) • CA
5-9 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: NorCal Valley


2022 National

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Positional Profile: C/OF Ranked #136 in California, #15 among catchers.
Body: 5-9, 185-pounds. Thick, stout and muscular.
Hit: RHH. Starts with very wide base, reverses lead foot into smaller negative stride, throws barrel with ease, hands work fluidly, still able to drive back hip through even though back foot lacks rotation. Flat swing more often than not, ability to drive the ball to all fields, maintains balance, explosive at and through contact.
Power:  98 mph max exit velocity, 86 max bat speed (exceptional) with 22.7 hand speed.
Arm: RH. C - 78 mph. Has a strong arm, throws hold their line though frequently were just short of bag in the workout, in-game and between inning throws consistently good and on the bag.
Defense: 1.94-2.04 pop times. Leader type presence, strong receiver with athletic ability and agility to block and control, has ability to be a threat to an opponent's running game.
Run: 7.05 runner in the 60.


Body: Even with a small frame as a catcher, he uses his strength in his lower half.  Controls his body well and has good athletic movements.

Hit: Starting in a low crouch style, loads into his backside early.  Very aggressive swing, but controls his body well so solid contact is consistent.  With a bat waggle for timing, Noah uses his hands well to attack on fields

Power: Gaining power from his lower half, Noah is able to drive the ball pull side, with a double in gap in game. Exit speed on 95 mph.

Arm: Showing a pop time of 1.91-2.01 and accuracy on the bag

Defense: Athletic type catcher, uses a wide base to establish balance and give a good target for pitchers.  Will use the one knee down technique in certain situations.  Quick feet and transitions make it tough to run on.

Run: Noah came out showing is running ability, good straight line speed, posted a 6.97


at Jesuit HS - Uncommitted; compact body type with strength on smaller frame; highly competitive at the plate, simple yet aggressive approach, able to gather hits to all fields, controls barrel well, jumps on mistakes in the zone regardless of type of pitch, hands work through the ball. Defensively he plays with athleticism which works well for him to block balls in dirt, has range behind plate, agile in ability to receive in multiple set ups, presents ball well, light bouncy feet, received well on both sides of plate, not real loud yet has strong field presence and body language for his pitchers, pop time on warm-up was 2.14, routinely accurate around the bag on warm-up tosses.

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