Jordan Medina
Jordan Medina
Jordan Medina
Jordan Medina
Jordan Medina
Jordan Medina
Jordan Medina
Jordan Medina

CLASS OF 2018

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RHP

Jordan
Medina

Northern Colorado
Highlands Ranch (HS) • CO
6-1 • 190LBS • R/R

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2-26-17
6-foot-1, 190 pounds. Bats and throws right. At the plate has a tall narrow stance with a leg kick. Has cut down a lot of the extra movement in his pre-swing to be on time. Make it work. Has bat speed and it showed in the live round. Can get pull happy, but is showing the ability to go the other way. Depends on timing. Swing is pretty level through the zone with good extension through the ball. Bat speed in this event was 91 mph off a tee. Have had as high as 93. Behind the dish does well with receiving and blocking. Has to balance two different arm slots since he also pitches. As a catcher is short on backside. Throws are accurate. Pop-times were 1.96 to 2.08. Was 76 mph behind the dish. On the mound is square and inline towards the plate. High 3/4 arm slot for strikes. Gets good extension towards the mound. Fastball sat 83-84 mph. Curve was 11/5 shape between 68-70 mph. Change was 72-73 mph. Ran a 4.23 home to first. 

10-1-16

6-foot-1, 190 pounds. Bats and throws right. Medina can be a No. 1 catcher, and a No. 1 pitcher for any varsity team in 2017. On the mound show a lot of potential to be a D-1 pitcher. In the past when we have seen Medina he has had a hard time throwing strikes but in this outing went 2 innings and was in the strike zone and had a very solid outing. Strong leg drive in-line towards plate. Hides ball well in back side and brings 86-87 mph fastball from high 3/4 arm slot. Curveball has tight spin sitting bewteen 68-70 mph. Good arm speed. Change sits 75-75 mph from same arm speed. Fastball projects to be 90+ senior year. At the plate has a lot of movement to be ready to hit. Has very good bat speed with a 93 mph exit velo. Timing hitter. Has plus power with pull tendencies. Behind the plate has very little movement when framing. Depends on strong arm down to 2nd at 80 mph. Pop-time lives 1.99-2.03. Improving speed with 7.29 60. A lot of tools to help at next level.

1.31.16
6-foot-0, 186-pound right hand hitting catcher/right hand pitcher who ran a 4.23 home to first.  At the plate he hits from a narrow open stance.  He loads on his back foot and then weight and hands come through the zone together.  Good barrel whip creates an exit velocity of 92 MPH.  He has a plus arm behind the plate at 85 MPH and a 1.99 pop-time.  On the mound he stand tall and hides the ball well.  He has good extension on release and featured an 85 MPH fastball.  He also showcased a 64-68 MPH curve and a 72-75 MPH change.  

11.3.15
6-foot-0, 180-pound, RHP/C/MIF who ran a 7.29 60 at this event.  Medina showed well in all aspects of this ID with an event best 90 MPH exit velocity.  He hits from a 60/40 stance with most weight transferring forward on the swing.  He hit three balls out of left-center and center field during the evaluation round.  Behind the plate he looks very comfortable and does a nice job staying quiet on pitches.  He had a 1.99 pop-time with a 78 MPH arm velocity.  In the field he showed good movement to his glove side and getting back in throwing position.  He was 83 across the diamond from short.  On the mound he is max effort to the plate.  He delivers from a high ¾ arm slot and does a nice job of keeping the same arm speed on all pitches.  He showed an 83 MPH fastball with good command down and in.  He concluded his workout with a 68 MPH curve with sharp 11/5 break and a 75 MPH change with late sink.


9-12-15
A 6-foot-0, 180-pound, right-hand hitting three-way player who showed well in all aspects of the showcase.  Medina has a live arm that produced an 85 MPH arm velocity with accuracy and pop-times of 2.13-2.15.  On the mound he uses a tall motion with good drive to the plate.  He throws from a high ¾ arm slot and featured an 84 MPH fastball with a 63-64 MPH curve.  Location on all pitches needs to improve.  In the field he is fluid and ranges well, he gets rid of the ball quickly and shows good accuracy across the diamond.  At the plate he hits from an semi-open stance with a high leg kick that loads his weight on his back side.  Quick hands bring the bat through the zone for an 84 MPH exit velocity.  He shows good weight transfer and has excellent power to left field.

8-8-15
6-foot-0, 180 pounds. Bats and throws right. Jordan has grown a lot since we have seen him last. Strong base, and body could be fighting himself a little in his growth spurt. At the plate has an open stance. Hands start low and generates impressive bat speed through the zone. Timing hitter with aggressive stride towards the pitcher that gets the most out his slightly uphill swing that at times can get long. Has a ton of power potential. Exit velo off tee was 87 mph. Behind the dish sticks the fastball good, and has minimal movement. Pop-time off the pitcher was 2.06. Has a lot of potential on the mound. Has good leg drive towards plate. Might have more upside on mound. Fastball sits at 82-83 mph topping out at 84, but easily can be a 90 kid as he grows. Curve is a huge change of pace pitch at 59-60 mph. Change was 68. Ran a 7.75 60. 2018 prospect to follow.
9-27-14
5-foot-10, 165-pound Catcher/RHP/Inf.  Medina has a strong arm for his age that provides 2.10 pop times at the dish.  Hitting from a slightly open stance, he is able to drive the ball well gap to gap.  Power down the lines will come as he grows in the next 4 years. One the weekend showed good bat speed at the plate and went 1 for 3 against mid 80's pitching
9-13-14
5-foot-10, 165-pound prospect uses quick arm  action through high ¾ slot, good pitchability, fastball sat 78-80 mph touching 81, mostly straight, good command of 64-68 mph curveball with 11/5 action, good arm action on changeup at 71 mph which showed good velocity difference from his fastball.  Medina worked two innings in this event and collected 2 K's.  Behind the plate he is an athletic catcher with good lateral movement.  His strong arm on the mound provides 2.10 pop times at the dish.  Hitting from a slightly open stance, he is able to drive the ball well to the opposite field gap.  Power down the lines will come as he grows in the next 4 years. He ran a 7.45 60 and 4.80 home to first.
8-16-14

5-foot-10, 165-pound catcher/right-handed pitcher, and middle infielder impressed with arm strength both on the mound, behind the plate, and during infield evals. Behind the plate, threw 76 mph with pop times ranging between 2.31-2.36. Arm is strong but throwing action is long for position. Hits from a open, balanced setup. Hands drop in load and has a long stride which makes him jump out towards ball. Has a bat path looking to pull with 81 mph exit velocity which is good bat speed for this age. When he learns to quiet down extra movement should be able to take advantage of above average velocity. Has a good approach at plate and good composure.  Ran a 7.8 60 yard dash. We will also profile Medina in Pitching Analysis. Good looking young prospect.
9-13-14
5-foot-10, 165-pound prospect uses quick arm  action through high ¾ slot, good pitchability, fastball sat 78-80 mph touching 81, mostly straight, good command of 64-68 mph curveball with 11/5 action, good arm action on changeup at 71 mph which showed good velocity difference from his fastball.  Medina worked two innings in this event and collected 2 K's.  Behind the plate he is an athletic catcher with good lateral movement.  His strong arm on the mound provides 2.10 pop times at the dish.  Hitting from a slightly open stance, he is able to drive the ball well to the opposite field gap.  Power down the lines will come as he grows in the next 4 years. He ran a 7.45 60 and 4.80 home to first.
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