Carter Cousins
Carter Cousins
Carter Cousins

CLASS OF 2019

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Carter
Cousins

Georgetown
Suffield Academy (HS) • CT
6-2 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: AP Baseball

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2.9.19
6-foot-2, 180-pound right-handed pitcher. The fastball was up to 87 mph, downhill at times. The breaking ball is correct in shape, 72-75 mph. The slider is 79-80 mph, small in shape. The changeup is developing nicely, sits 76-78 mph. The delivery is online on the bottom half, above 3/4 in slot. The glove and front arm angle is posted and driven to the plate as he gets into foot strike. Needs to stay on path longer with the front shoulder as he spins through his delivery. Deception and hand speed in the process
2/25/2018

6-foot-2, 170-pounds right-handed pitcher. The fastball touched 84 mph, arm side run to the pitch. The spin pitch is a good, threw a breaking ball at 71 mph, good shape to it. He also displayed the makings of a plus slider at 75 mph. The changeup has the correct action to it, sat at 75-76 mph. The delivery is online with his fee and the tracking is done properly. The arms are long, slot is slightly above ¾. The lift is repeated and athletic, small coil at the top of the lift. The glove side gets extended and then it’s tucked as he makes his way into foot strike.  He is trending the right way on the mound, I like him.

 
7/18/17
6-foot-1, 155 pounds, lean, projectable, room for strength gains, athletic. Long arms, looks like a pitcher. Works from a high ¾ slot in a quick tempo, good arm acceleration and extension. His arsenal consists of a fastball (79-82 mph), curveball (71-72 mph), and a changeup (66-69). The fastball has good life, jumping on hitters. It misses bats and is difficult to square up, and should only keep getting better as he makes velocity gains in the coming seasons. The curveball has tight spin with a 12/6 shape, a swing-and-miss pitch. The changeup can be a little firm, though it flashes potential as a quality third offering. A high follow as there is loads of projection and he is already coming into his own.

12/4/16
 6-foot-1, 155-pound, thin, long and lengthy athletic frame. The frame has plenty of room to fill out and add weight and mass to it. A right-handed pitcher, the delivery is controlled, hands start and stay at his chest. The leg raise is smooth and under control, has coil to it at its peak. The direction is inline, the stride length is good, the front side glove could stay on target slightly longer. The arm action is short and works out of a high ¾ slot. The backside is strong for the most part, pitches downhill and lived in the bottom half of the zone. The fastball was clocked at 74-78 mph, with action to the armside. The 4 seam fastball was located to glove side with ease, has much more in the tank. The breaking ball is a small slider, clocked at 66-70 mph, rotation was good, had some tilt to it, just needs to be thrown harder. Throws a circle change for his off-speed, clocked at 66-69 mph, had depth and action to the arm side. Times to the plate were 1.44-1.50. Projects to throw the baseball with some velocity, someone to follow closely.

 
 
 

 

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