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CLASS OF 2015

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Trevor
Larnach

Oregon State
College Park (HS) • CA
6-4 • 210LBS • L/R

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2018 National

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2018
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4/18/18 -6’4/210, L/R, Junior- Combines power production with a pure swing and a professional level approach. Smooth and easy setup. Soft stride with great balance. Great approach and vision in the box. He seemed to know when the ball was halfway to the plate if it was a ball or strike. Free and easy swing in which he drives through the ball very well with great extension. Produced hard contact to all fields, launching home runs to both left field and deep right center field. He has cut down his strikeout percentage (19.5%) this season from last spring (21.4%) while already more than tripling (three to 10) his home run total. He was locked in offensively, to say the least. His other tools showed less than average. Reports from earlier this spring indicated his arm was near average, but on this look, he showed a well below average arm from left field. He did show a 40 arm on one throw during pre-game I/O, but it was max effort and well off target. He is a below average runner. With that said, he moved around well enough in left field to become adequate. The more he hits, the better his defense. Ultimately, it will be his hit and power tools that dictate where he comes off the board. When you consider his solid 2017 summer in theCapeand what he has done thus far this spring, he projects to be a top half of the first round pick this June.

3/14/18 - 6’4”/210, L/R, Junior. Physically imposing in the box with long limbs and broad shoulders. Proportional strength throughout the frame. Still looks like more weight can be packed on in the future. Some whip to the hands coming through the zone with strong wrists, and the barrel shows lag which enables him to drive balls to the opposite gap. Lots of topspin to the pull side during batting practice that ran up against the wall, but the ability to lift appears likely in the future. Sets up open in a slight crouch with the bat rested on his shoulder. Loads with a short stride, knee-knock landing slightly closed as his hands work freely down, back, and up. Uphill path through the zone with some shoulder angle. Turned on an inside fastball, and drove it for a double, deep down the line on Friday night. The swing is quick and powerful, but exhibited some swing and miss over the first two days. Struggled with changeups at times. Balanced throughout and it looks like there could be even more power on the way moving forward. Looks much more mature and comfortable at the plate than in previous years. He has always shown the ability to drive the ball to left centerfield, but looked to turn on pitches in hitter’s counts even more so, now. Showcases adequate to below speed in his right field position, and is confident in his hands. Longer arm stroke with average strength, and projects as more of a left field or first base option professionally.

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