Andrew Navickas
Andrew Navickas
Andrew Navickas
Andrew Navickas




Bacon Academy (HS) • CT
6-3 • 220LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CT Crush
2022 National

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6-foot-3, 205-pound, larger, strong, wide athletic frame, already filling out, moves and runs well for a bigger player, ran the sixty-yard dash at 7.22. A right-handed hitting two-way player, showed well at thus event, at the plate, taller, even stance, relaxed hands with tilt, loaded hands. For timing uses a smooth, higher leg kick, swing is level to up, stays behind the baseball on contact. Creates a ton of lift, backspin, driving the baseball to pull gap. The exit velocity was clocked at 90 mph, took a solid round of batting practice. At first base, feet are clean around the bag, shows good footwork, clean starts on the double play ball. The glove is soft, arm was clocked at 71 mph, whippy arm action. Off the mound, working from set position, simple lift, firm front leg on foot strike. The arm action is short and clean on the backside, works down hill. The fastball was clocked at 74 mph, heavy ball and mixed in a slurvy breaker at 63 mph. Projecting more as a position player, chance to hit with some power at some point. 

Exit Velocity: 90 mph

Arm Velocity: 71 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.22


6-foot-2, 225-pound, large athletic frame, strength throughout. A right-handed hitter, setup is wider than shoulder width, slightly closed off. The hands are loaded up, bat having tilt to it at the shoulders. The lower half is under control, swing is down to level, needs to let baseball travel, rolls early at times. The approach is more middle to pull shows to have good bat speed for his age, clocked at 81 mph. The swing gets a tick violent, needs to slow it down a bit. Defensively, good large target to throw to at first base. The feet are active and quick around the bag, clean drop steps and gets inline on release. The hands are soft on the catch, works low to the ground. The arm works from a higher slot, path is clean and works with easy effort. Clocked at 70 mph, throws were on target. Off the mound, repeatable delivery, athletic lift, small collapse on the back side. The arm works out of a high ¾ slot, fastball was clocked at 71 mph, with down arm side action. The split-finger is his top secondary pitch, tumbling down action, clocked at 63-65 mph. The curveball was clocked at 60-67 mph, had minimal break to it. Times to the plate are quick at 1.53. Overall conditioning will aid in his development, time will tell which way he goes.

Tee Exit Velocity- 81 mph
Arm Velocity- 70 mph
Home to 1st- 4.38


6-foot-225-pound, thick, large, wide athletic frame. Shows to have strength and leverage with the frame.  A two way player, at the plate hits from right-side, feet are even at shoulder width, hands are loose at letters, with bat starting more of a vertical position. The hands get loaded up, uses a small controlled leg raise, gains ground with stride foot, slightly strong, could soften a bit. The swing is flat across his chest, with lift at the end, finishes it with one hand. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 77 mph, advanced for his age. Defensively, shows quick feet around the bag at first, jump turns and drop steps are accurate, gets closed up and inline with targets. The hands are soft and work out front, clean transfer to throwing hand. The arm action is longer, down to up action, it’s clean and works with no bumps, clocked at 65 mph with a more in there as he continues to develop. Off the mound, this right-handed pitcher, worked from the set position the entire time, pounding the zone with three pitches. The direction is inline, has some drop in the back side, could stay taller throughout. The arm works out of a ¾ to high ¾ slot. The fastball topped out at 68 mph, locating it down in the zone, breaking ball had a bigger top to bottom break, clocked at 55-56 mph, good fell for it. The change up, showed fade and proper spin to arm side, clocked at 60 mph. Time will tell which way he will go, above average on both sides for his age, overall conditioning is a must to develop.

30 Yard-Dash: 4.60
Tee Exit Velocity: 77 MPH
Arm Velocity: 65 MPH

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