Chase Jeter
Chase Jeter
Chase Jeter




Hall (HS) • CT
5-10 • 160LBS • R/L
Travel Team: Connecticut Moose 19U


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8/5/16- Future Game Report

5-foot-9, 155-pound, average athletic frame, has plenty of room for future development. This left-hander had a dominating performance, pounded the zone with three pitches to both sides of the plate. The delivery is simple, hands start high and stay high, has good tempo to it, is inline with plate, could finish off the pitch slightly more, has a small recoil. The fastball was 80-81 mph, with late life to it. The breaking ball was clocked at 71 mph, has some tilt, pounded it to the back foot of right-handed hitters, for a swing and miss pitch. The changeup was clocked at 74 mph, was able to throw it left on left, has proper spin and fade to it. The pitchability is advanced, needs to gain strength, big time follow for me.



5-foot-9, 155-pound, thin, slender athletic frame, with a ton of room for future development. A left-handed pitcher who is attending the Future Games in 2016. Dominated in his outing throwing three pitches for strikes at any time. The delivery is simple and repeatable. The hands stay mid-stomach, move just so slightly with leg raise and has some coil at the gather. The arm action is clean, short, quick and has some hand speed out front on release. The lower half is used well, stays strong on the backside, has a little recoil at the finish, but could stay through it a split second longer. The fastball was pounded for strikes to both sides, was clocked at 81-82 mph and gets on the hitter quick. The change up is an above average pitch, has depth and sink to the arm side, clocked at 75-76 mph and sells it well. The breaking ball, has some slurve action, could move it to more of a slider, clocked at 70-72 mph and showed the ability to get it in on the right-handers. Times to plate were quick, was 1.22, controlled the running game well. Big time pitchability guy from the left side. Reminds me of Matt Iannazzo, who had a stellar career at Pitt.


Jeter showed really well, body is a bit on the smaller side, as he gains strength and physically matures, is going to be special. From the outfield footwork was good, transfer was clean and the arm strength was very good at 81, ball had good flight and plus carry to it. At the plate hits from a small open stance, path to the ball is ok, gets around it at times. The finish was good, tee exit velocity was 74. On the mound this left-handed pitcher, showed three pitches. The mechanics are simple and direction to the plate is great. The arm is clean and easy, fastball was 75-78, curveball was 65-66 and changeup was 68-70. Once he gains strength, going to be a good one.
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