Chas Terni Jr.
Chas Terni Jr.



Terni Jr.

Montville (HS) • CT
6-1 • 195LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CT Hurricanes


2022 National

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6-foot-1, 195-pound. Above average in the box, the right-handed hitter recorded an exit velocity of 92 mph. (76.11 mph bat speed average). (22.43 mph hand speed average). Started in a balanced athletic stance with a smooth compact load, then used a controlled small leg kick. Has explosive bat speed, short upward swing plane and high good extension on his finish. Had tons of loud contact and found lots of barrels. Up the middle aggressive approach. While in the infield, registered his best throw across the diamond at 83 mph. While catching, he recorded a position velocity of 75 mph during throw downs; has soft next level hands, athletic quick feet, and a clean twitchy transfer. he produced a pop time of 2.01-2.06. Tons of flexibility and wide calm setup.Using a short quick arm action, showed consistent accuracy to the bag from a high ¾ slot. In the 60-yard dash, recorded a time of 7.54.

Exit Velocity: 92 mph

Arm Velocity: 75 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.54


6-foot, 185-pound, strong, solid athletic frame. Showing good athleticism, with strength throughout. A right-handed hitting catcher, can really throw it, arm was clocked at 78 mph, showing plus strength, had a pop time of 1.89-1.99. The feet are very quick, gains ground, glides out through release. The arm works with easy effort from a natural slot.  The hands are strong on the catch, secures the pitch, gets around the baseball. Looks to really like his craft. Offensively, feet are even at shoulder width, a taller stance. The hands are held at the shoulders, with tilt. The lower half is simple, small pick up and put down, weight stays even, and hits against a strong front side. The swing is very short to contact, level to up path, finishing with two-hands. A middle to pull side approach, can still let the baseball get deeper on him at times. The exit velocity was clocked at 92 mph and runs ok for a catcher, ran a 7.22 sixty-yard dash. Big follow for me in the class of 2022.

Exit Velocity: 92 mph

Arm Velocity: 78 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.22


6-foot, 185-pound, average athletic frame. The shoulders are squared off, showing good strength. A right-handed hitting catcher, who worked out at 3rd base as well. Performed well on both sides of the field, behind the plate, relaxed, balanced setup. The feet are active and quick, gains ground, glove to hand transfer. The arm has strength, clocked at 74 mph, from a higher slot. Pop time was 1.97-2.06, all throws were on or close to the bag, on a line, with carry.  At 3rd base, moves well laterally, fields out front, feet and hands work well together. The action are clean, all throws were accurate, clocked at 72 mph. Clean starts on double play balls. At the plate, even feet, taller stance, hands loaded at the shoulders. The lower half is under control, minimal stride. The swing is short to contact, hands and barrel stay inside the baseball. The approach is from field to field, line drive with lift at times. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 84 mph, baseball jumps off the bat. Runs ok for a catcher at 7.31 sixty-yard dash. Projects to play either spot, ceiling is high, interesting follow.

Tee Exit Velocity: 84 mph

Arm Velocity: 74 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.31

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