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San Joaquin Delta
Franklin (HS) • CA
6-2 • 185LBS • R/R


2019 National

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3/1/19 vs Buchanan HS - Nevada signee, long and lanky athlete, with agility and fluid actions. As he gains muscle and more strength in the coming years he will emerge as a propect for the 2022 draft. He's a smooth fielder with highly disciplined footwork and soft hands. The arm rates as present near average and there is still more in there as his overall explosiveness evolves with physical maturity. We've seen him on the mound in the low-mid 80s and it comes from a seemingly 'play catch' type of delivery and arm action. That indicates the arm has plenty more in the tank. Offensively he has a whippy and lively swing, with the good barrel timing and a quick trigger. Like it is with the arm and overall physicality, the bat projects much better a few years down the road.

3/27/18 - University of Nevada commit. Long lanky 6-foot-2 185-pound body looks more like a pitcher (which he might do full time someday) than a middle infielder but he showed during the week that he's a more than capable defender and potentially well-above average at the college level. With his long, rangy, durable body type, he makes good reads and executes a sure first step. Strong arm works really easy and he makes throws with very good touch and feel, knowing how hard to make a throw. Plays below the ball quite well as he flows to and through ground balls. He's an easy runner with little effort needed which indicates very good things down the road when he gets more physical. Offensively his good hands also translate though his lower half wasn't engaged enough or early enough, resulting in rollover contact. Did display some line drive power to all fields when he did get on time. Starts with an open stance, presumably to cheat a bit due to some of lower half timing issues. Fixable mechanics though. On the mound he was 82-84 mph and with an easy loping arm action, made it look like he was just playing catch with the catcher and yet it would show up as 84 mph on the gun. Big curveball with fair spin, as he learns to engage the lower body better and gets stronger his velocity will really spike and there is a very good arm waiting to show up. Projectable in all that he does, time will tell if he's a position player or pitcher, but he's got more than a fighting chance for either one. Committed to UNR as a position player.

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