Andrew Castelluccio
Andrew Castelluccio
Andrew Castelluccio
Andrew Castelluccio
Andrew Castelluccio
Andrew Castelluccio

CLASS OF 2022

RHP

Andrew
Castelluccio

Ridgefield (HS) • CT
6-3 • 199LBS • R/R

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2022 National

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10/14/20

6-foot-2, 175-pound, longer, lean athletic frame, showing wiry strength, well proportioned , with room for added weight gains. A right-handed pitcher, threw the baseball very well at this event. The delivery is simple, sound, repeats it without much effort. The hands start and stay at mid chest, lift is super athletic, higher, getting loaded on the backside. The post leg is firm, directions is inline, arm action has average length, working out of a natural 3/4 slot. From side view, tons of whip to it. The fastball was located to both sides, arm side has late action, clocked at 85 mph. The breaking ball is thrown with velocity, clocked at 75 mph, late break, with depth. Mixed in a changeup for strikes at 78-79 mph, working off the fastball. With such clean arm action, and velocity to breaker, look for fastball velocity to climb. Tons of pitch-ability, big follow for us.

7/01/20

6-foot-2, 170-pounds, longer lean wiry athletic frame. The back is wide, shoulders are squared off, with plenty of room for added weight. A right-handed pitcher, using, a smooth athletic leg raise, with slight coil at top. Looks to be strong over post leg, direction has length and is in line to plate, gliding out. The arm action is long and free on the backside, working out of a natural 3/4 slot. The fastball sat at 83 mph, with arm side action, look for it to climb again, should have one more large spike in there. The breaking ball has tilt and depth to it, clocked at 74 mph, harder later hammer. Shows confidence with his changeup, looking to be able to throw it in any count, clocked at 77-78 mph. Big follow.

3/04/20

6-foot-2, 170-pound, longer, lean, athletic frame, with more room for added weight and strength gains. A right-handed pitcher, delivery is smooth, works with minimal effort, having tempo and timing to it. The hands start at the waist, work up with his leg raise, an athletic lift. Foot strike is slightly across the body, resulting in some deception towards a right-handed hitter. The arm action is super loose, whippy, fastball touching 83 mph. Located to both sides of the plate, with arm side run to it. The changeup was the top secondary pitch, serious turn me over action, deadly to a left-handed hitter, clocked at 74-75 mph. The breaking pitch, more slurve break to it, clocked at 70-74 mph. With the breaking ball showing some velocity, there should be another spike in overall velocity at some point. Body is balanced, pounds the zone, one of the better arms in the class of 2022.

10/05/19

6-foot-1, 150-pound right-handed pitcher. The fastball sat 76-77 mph, arm side run to the pitch. The spin is big in shape, sitting 62-63 mph,. The pitch needs additional fastball hand speed to it. The changeup is 72-73 mph, showed action to the pitch. The delivery is online with the feet and above 3/4 in slot. The lift is athletic and the tempo of the delivery is appropriate. The frame is thin, needs to add strength as the arm works and he showed the ability to throw strikes. Solid outing with his best days in front of him

2/17/19

5-foot-7, 115-pound, smaller, thin, athletic frame, shoulders are sloped, plenty of room to fill out and add weight. A two-way player showed very well on both sides of the field. Off the mound, delivery is compact, hands start low, work up with leg raise, strong on the back side, works downhill and builds momentum down the road. The arm action is short and quick, slot is a tick above, worked down in the zone. The 2-seamer has some late action to it, clocked at 73 mph, with a ton moe in there, should pop in the next year. The breaking ball is tight at 66 mph, tilt and depth to it. The changeup was clocked at 66-69 mph, proper fade and shape to it, chance to be an out pitch at some point. Love the feel for pitching, pounds the zone. At the plate, hits from the right side, feet are even, taller stance, hands are loose with pre-pitch movement to them. The swing is level to up, gets extension, barrel stays in the zone a long time. The approach is more middle to pull side, had a tee exit velocity of 71 mph and ran a 7.58 sixt-yard dash. Defensively, moves well to both sides up the middle. The hands are soft, clean transfer, arm was clocked at 70 across the diamond, with carry. The double play feeds and turns were performed correctly. Strength and continued strength training are a must, time will tell which way he ends up.

Tee Exit Velocity- 71 mph
Arm Velocity- 70 mph
Sixty-Yard Dash- 7.58

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