Jake McKowen
Jake McKowen
Jake McKowen




Del Campo (HS) • CA
6-5 • 165LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CBA


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Area Code Underclass tryout - Oregon State commit; Long lean lanky, really thin but body produces incredible arm speed from 3/4 slot, 87-89 w/big sink, punched out all 4 batters in the tryout, SL w/dpth 79-80, CHG 79-81, reminiscient of Joe Kelly in college though slot a bit higher than Kelly was at UC Riverside


Body: 6-foot-4, 160-pounds. Long/lanky/angular, long levers, frame for much more size/strength
Delivery: RHP - Agile/flexible/smooth actions, easy high lift, creates and maintains rhythm between hands/feet, on-line stride, stable after foot strike, finishes w/excellent extension and body control while also in good fielding position, given his modest present strength w/a presently very sound delivery, the ceiling is quite high 
Arm Action: Long circular w/hand working clean away from body and around his core, loose and whip quick getting to a 3/4 slot
FB: 78-82, T83 mph - Avg 1935 RPM, T2281- Considerable arm side movement that was at times explosive into RHH, showed feel on glove side as well, kept down, has a FB he can utilize as an out pitch, raw stuff rates quite well for a rising freshman
SL: 74-77 mph - T1562 RPM - Smooth, kept down at knees, velocity is firm, big enough to get swings/misses if starts in the zone
CHG: 73-74 mph - 1656 RPM - Late arm side life, type that can take off late and get swing/misses


CBA Sacramento tryout - Long limber and lean 5-foot-11 130-pound 7th grader, most impressive on the mound, easy working arm with good mechanics and body control especially given his young age (will turn 13 soon), high-3/4 slot, loose and whippy, good extension, fastball was up to 74 mph with life, breaking ball is a hybrid type that for him is a curveball but comes out with big slider-type break, has a chance to be a snappy out-pitch quality breaking ball, threw it with good feel. Changeup is a developing pitch. Offensively has a balanced approach, creates leverage in swing with his legs, good barrel into and through the zone, loose arm also showed up in infield throws. Talented young man.

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