Cameron Cerruto
Cameron Cerruto
Cameron Cerruto
Cameron Cerruto

CLASS OF 2018

C
1B

Cameron
Cerruto

Army
Torrington (HS) • CT
6-1 • 220LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CT Blue Jays

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3/7/17

6-foot-2, 220-pound, large, strong physical frame. The hands and wrists have serious strength to them. A well proportioned athlete, the back and shoulders are wide. A right-handed hitting catcher, defensively, showed extremely well. The arm strength is above average from the chute, clocked at 77 mph, arm is powerful. The arm action is short and clean, throws right from his ear, has no hesitation and has plenty of carry to throws, baseball got through second base. The feet and hands work with ease during the transfer, feet are super quick, gets glove to throwing hand. The pop times were recorded at 2.03-2.06. The hands look to be strong when receiving, softened the baseball on the block. Offensively, the stance is balanced, hands are loose, set just above the shoulders, feet are shoulder width apart, and slightly open. For timing uses a small controlled tope tap, gains ground with the stride. The swing is level through the zone to up, gets uphill quick could flatten some, easy fix with reps. The swing creates lift and length, showed to have above average power and bat speed, tee exit was clocked at 91 mph. Good looking powerful catcher, someone to see right away, is athletic.

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.68

Exit Velocity: 91 mph

Arm Velocity: 77 mph


 

7/14/15
6-foot-1, 200-pound catcher, has thick, large, strong body. Behind the plate showed soft hands and received the ball well. Needs to clean up footwork, at times takes an extra step. The transfer is quick with no wasted movement, times to second were 2.20-2.25. Throws for the most part on the bag, does a good job of being a leader behind the dish. At the plate has a wide base, uses a toe tap for timing. As a right-handed hitter, tries to lift the ball at the backend of swing, has plenty of strength in his swing. Exit velocity was 86, showed the ability to hit the ball the other way. Has all the tools and makings of being a frontline catcher at the college level.
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