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Folsom (HS) • CA
6-2 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: NorCal


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vs McClatchy HS - SDSU commit; He is going to stay in the mix among his class pitching peers when it comes to rankings as he moves through his high school career. Long and lanky at 6-foot-2 175-pounds, he's got plenty of room within his frame to add size and strength. The foot size appears to be pretty considerable which obviously could be an indication of future growth. Loose fluid delivery, loose easy arm, high 3/4 slot, calm and deep on the backside, slight cross body stride, lands with heel and toe pointed almost 45 degrees to the 1st base line. Engages his post leg knee well as he gets away from the rubber. The future velocity seems like a pretty easy bet to exceed 90 mph given how easy he works and the body type, along with present day velocity as an indicator (83-86, T87). For the first four innings he pitched very well with the fastball, which for the most part was pretty straight. His glove side control was good early on. It wasn't until the 5th inning that he started to lose control of the fastball. Showed willingness to cruise at a lower velocity and rely on location, with the ability to go get 86-87 when he wanted it. Got numerous swings at the high fastball. Best secondary pitch was the change-up which early on was 77-78 mph and later (in the 5th) was down to 72 mph, obviously quite a range. The late fade arm side fade was good as was the feel. His curveball is where he has the most room for improvement, with that pitch being a big and rolling 11/5 bender at 67-68 mph in the early innings and down to 62 mph in the 5th. There is a chance that he was intentionally changing speeds on the offspeed stuff later in his outing. Didn't have much trouble in this one and when he did get in some trouble in the 5th as he control started to elude him, he executed one quality pitch to get a double play ball to end the inning. Went 5 IP (4 K, BB, 3 H, 1 R).


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