Nolan LaRiviere
Nolan LaRiviere
Nolan LaRiviere

CLASS OF 2021

C
3B

Nolan
LaRiviere

Scotts Valley High School (HS) • CA
6-0 • 190LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Hardtke Baseball Aces

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2021 National

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2/25/20

At Watsonville: When a pitcher is going well like 2020 RHP Bryce Clark was, the catching is one of the first reasons why and that was the case in this one with LaRiviere. The quiet setup was evident and he presented well for the umpire to see pitches; subtle hand movements show his strength in the wrists. In-between innings he was consistently on the bag flashing average arm strength; times where he cheats a bit (2.0-2.05 Pop). He understood what was working for his pitcher and executed it beating sliders to their spot to keep them in the zone. At the plate was on base with three walks, showing ability to coil around the back hip; swing has a pullside focus and will need to work on tightening up the barrel path. The frame is strong and with his actions could keep developing as a catcher for the next level.

2/01/20

PBR Far North Preseason ID

Body: 6-foot-0, 175-pounds. Size and muscle projectable type body
Hit: RHH. Tall set-up, starts w/high hands, knee lift with controlled longer stride, some tip of upper body w/full shoulder rotation, full finish through contact, average bat speed w/some strength
Power: 86 mph EV off tee
Arm: RH. C - 76 - Occasional tail/sink on throws, exits hand well w/somewhat slingy arm slot
Defense2.07-2.15 Pop-times - Flashed on-the-bag throwing ability, relaxed set-up, avg bounce out of crouch, sits in the squat, soft hands, willing blocker, good subtle framing technique
Run: 7.62 60-yard

1/17/20

Monterey Bay Winter Hitting Update:

Balanced, even hand stance with high back elbow; stance/swing remind me of Pat Burrell. Pull strength and lift that way as well showing good forward direction. Times where barrel gets away from him causing more around baseball but when hands get moving attached to back shoulder shows better ability to stay to middle of field. 

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