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Albertus Magnus College
St. Paul Catholic (HS) • CT
5' 10" • 175LBS
R/R • 23yr 4mo
Travel Team: New England Knights


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5-foot-10, 175-pound, average athletic frame. The back is wide has room to fill out and add strength and mass. A right-handed hitting catcher, top tool is his ability to catch and throw. The setup and hands behind the plate are relaxed and soft, sits low to the ground. The transfer is clean and simple, right foot replaces left foot, front side gets closed down. The arm works out of a natural ¾ slot, its clean and short on the back side. The arm was clocked at 72 mph, with a pop time of 2.0-2.09, throws were right on the bag. Showed good leadership skills during game play, worked well with the pitchers. At the plate, feet are wide and even, hands are loose at the shoulders. The lower half is under control, small pick up and put down with front foot, back side could be engaged a bit more, might help with more power. The swing is flat, hands are loose, barrel works through the zone with easy effort. The approach is line drive to the middle part of the field. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 87 mph, has strength in there. Time down the line was at 4.87. Solid catch and throw guy.

Home-First: 4.87

Exit Velocity: 87 MPH

Arm Velocity: 72 MPH

5-foot-9, 150-pound, average athletic frame, shoulders are square, back is wide, has plenty of room for development. A right-handed hitting catcher who continues to impress. The stance is even and balanced, feet are shoulder width apart and stands tall in the box. The hands are loose, bat is flat on back shoulder, elbow is extended out, could drop it a bit. The path is flat, barrel stays in the zone, finishes with one hand. The tee exit velocity was 83 mph, with life and easy effort. In game performance was good, made solid contact and collected a single, time down the line was 4.8. Defensively, continues to impress, has quick feet and a quick arm. The setup is relaxed and is flexible, feet are close together, sits on the flats of his feet, right foot replaces left and gets himself in line with target. The arm action is short and clean on the backside clocked at 70 mph from the chute, throws are downhill and on the bag. Worked out at first as well, drop steps in starting double play were good, feet are good around bag. The arm was clocked at 71 mph. I like the quickness and transfer from behind the plate, stay on him.

A right-handed hitting catcher. At 5-foot-9, 142-pounds, the frame is long and athletic, has plenty of room to fill out. At the plate, the stance is even and slightly sits in a crouch. The hands are loose and start just off his back shoulder. The swing is clean and gets through the ball well. The tee exit velocity was 76 mph, has much more in the swing. Behind the dish, the setup is balanced, relaxed and sits on the flats of his feet. The feet work well, right foot replaces left foot, front side closes down. The arm action is very short and clean, leans back a bit to try and get more out of the arm. Times to second were 2.03-2.08 and the arm registered at 69 mph. Just started to catch, is very advanced for just starting up back there. Bloodlines are good, the baseball IQ will be advanced as he goes. Definite someone to watch over the next two years.

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