Cameron Bogli
Cameron Bogli
Cameron Bogli
Cameron Bogli

CLASS OF 2019

SS
RHP

Cameron
Bogli

Rockville (HS) • CT
6-0 • 150LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Ct mayhem

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2019 National

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7/18/17

6-foot, 150-pound, lengthy, wiry strong athlete. The shoulders are rounded, has room to fill out and add weight. The top tool is his arm, looks to be electric, across the diamond, clocked at 78 mph, with life and carry to it, showed to have whip like action to it. The hands are soft, transfer is clean and quick. Double play feeds were good from both sides, had good timing and footwork. Offensively, hits from the right side, simple balanced approach. The hands are loose, works the the bat in fingers, swing is level to up, showed to have some flick to the barrel. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 75 mph, ran a 4.52 down the line, while not getting out of the box in BP at 4.87. The frontside gets soft at times, could be firmer, hit against it, will help with more power. Interesting middle infielder, shows to have some bounce to his game.

Home- First: 4.52

Exit Velocity: 75 mph

Arm Velocity: 78 mph
 



3/7/17

5-foot-10, 145-pound, thin, average athletic frame, has plenty of room to fill out and put weight on. A right-handed hitting middle infielder, at the plate the stance is even, wider than shoulder width apart, starts in a balanced position. The hands are set at shoulder height, hands are away from body and bat starts in an vertical position. For timing uses a small controlled leg kick, hands get back, bat gets tilted and is loaded up ready to hit. The path is level to up, finishes with two hands. The hands cast early, need to be more direct to the the baseball. The approach is more middle to pull side, hands roll early. Defensively, attacks the baseball aggressively, keeps his feet moving throughout. The transfer is quick, gets baseball from glove hand to throwing hand without any hesitation. The arm action is short on the back side, works out of a ¾ to high ¾ slot, clocked at 77 mph, has enough strength to make throw from the hole.  Double play feeds and starts need reps, get feet and hands to work together. Try to slow feet down just a tick when fielding. Strength is a must will aid in all parts of his game, a move to second could happen down the road.

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.47

Exit Velocity: 67 mph

Arm Velocity: 77 mph
 




8/18/16

5-foot-10, 145-pound, young athletic frame. The arms are long, shoulders are sloped, has plenty of room to fill out. A right-handed hitter, the hands are loose at shoulder height. The feet are even, balanced and shoulder width apart. The hands are loose, swing is level across the chest, could be bit more direct to the baseball. The tee exit velocity was 66 mph. Time down the line was 4.6 and in the game he collected a walk and made solid contact in two other at bats. On the mound, the delivery is simple, arm action is short and clean on the back side. The frontside tucks and pulls early, could stay in line slightly longer. The fastball was 69-73 mph, threw a knuckleball for his off speed pitch. This pitch was clocked at 55-59 mph, had good downward movement, has a chance to be an above average pitch. Defensively, shows good feet and hands, they work well together. The arm is short with a quick release, clocked at 75 mph across the diamond and he had good touch on throws to first. Two- way guy at the current moment.


 


8/26/15
Just entering his freshman year, hits from the right side, the stance is even and balanced, needs to get the lower half involved. The path to the ball is okay, needs some strength so he can keep his hands level through the zone. The tee exit velocity was 69. In the outfield, he showed proper footwork, but needs to close down the front side. He showed good instincts and attacked the ball aggressively. The arm strength was 73. Lots of time to make his game better, strength is a must. He played hard all day.

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