Connor Daly
Connor Daly
Connor Daly
Connor Daly
Connor Daly
Connor Daly

CLASS OF 2022

OF
LHP

Connor
Daly

Newington (HS) • CT
5-11 • 190LBS • L/L
Travel Team: CT Capitals
2022 National

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6/29/21

Connor Daly: OF/LHP, (2022) Newington, CT. 5-foot-11, 190-pound athletic build. (70.14 mph bat speed average). (20.46 mph hand speed average). Setup includes a controlled load and a wide stance. Had above average bat speed, upward swing plane and high finish. Found multiple barrels with loud contact. Gap to gap approach. Smooth in the outfield, he showed the ability to make throws to the bases at 74 mph; had a clean exchange, soft hands, and athletic footwork. Fields the ball out front, movements laterally were athletic. Used a high ¾ slot with a loose arm action while showing consistent accuracy to the base. During the event, clocked a 60 time of 7.4.  (Max spin ; Avg ). 

Scout Evaluation 

Connor Daly, Newington, 2022, CT

Position: OF/LHP

Body: 5-foot-11, 190-pound athletic build.

Hit: (LHH) Above average. Sets up in a wide stance with a controlled load. Above average bat speed. High finish, upward swing. Gap to gap approach. 

Power: , average 88.03 mph. 70.14 mph bat speed average. 20.46 mph hand speed average.

Defense:  (OF) Soft hands, athletic footwork, clean exchange. Smooth.  Fields the ball out front, movements laterally were athletic. 

Arm: 74 mph outfield velocity. Loose arm action, high ¾ slot, consistent accuracy. 

Speed: 7.40 (60-yard).


2/27/21

5-foot-11, 180-pound physical frame. Above average at the plate, Daly's 95 mph exit velocity ranks him 1st at the event. Began in a wide stance with a controlled load, then used a short stride. Bat speed was explosive, used an upward swing plane and high finish. Found lots of barrels with tons of loud contact. Gap to gap approach. Athletic from the outfield, his best throws to the bases were registered at 80 mph; had a quick exchange, athletic footwork, and sure hands. Fields the ball to the side, movements laterally were athletic. Showed consistent accuracy to the base with a long arm action and a ¾ slot.

Exit Velocity: 95 mph

Arm Velocity: 80 mph

Home to 1st: 4.08 

8/12/20

5-foot-11, 180-pound left-handed hitting outfielder. I thought he had a very good day at the event. He ran a 7.3 sixty. The approach in the outfield is athletic and online. He worked his feet through the baseball, throwing 76 mph to the plate during the outfield portion of the workout. The bat has an exit velocity of 88 mph. The setup is even in base and he uses a pick up and put down of the front foot as the ball approaches the hitting zone. He sprays the ball all over the yard and stays in his legs. He swung the bat very well in game play.

Exit Velocity- 88 mph

OF Velocity- 76 mph

7/01/20

5-foot-11, 180 pound, athletic frame, projectable frame that will likely increase in overall strength to enhance his overall ability. Left-handed in the batter’s box with a base stance that is very even, hands are super loose, relaxed, with pre-pitch movement to them. Very controlled swing with fundamental mechanics to drive through the baseball. Swing finishes up with the ability to spread the ball gap to gap. Clocked in at 73 mph from the outfield with a clean arm action. Good mobility in the field, which is displayed as above average range, can track down the baseball. Posted a 7.53 60-yard dash time which is shown throughout his gameplay. High follow in the class of 2022, more to come with this one.

Arm Velocity:  72 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.53


2/22/20

5-foot-10, 150-pound, strong, athletic frame, rounded shoulders, put together well, chance to be very physical at some point. A left-handed hitting outfielder, even feet, slightly wider than shoulder width. The hands are loaded, lower setup, tilted setup with bat. The bottom half is under control, with a simple stride. The swing is level to up, creating backspin to the baseball, driving it from gap to gap, is super smooth. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 76 mph, with a ton more in there.  Runs well above average, quick explosive steps, ran a 4.10 from home to 1st. Defensively, threw 73 mph from the outfield. The arm action is clean and short on the back side, working from a higher slot, gets on top working downhill. The feet are quick, needs to stride out more, will gain velocity, will help getting out front a tick more. Serious potential to hit at the next level, like the bat a ton.

Tee Exit Velocity: 76 mph

Arm Velocity: 73 mph

Home to 1st:  4.10

2/23/19

5-foot-10, 150-pound, average athletic frame, shoulders are sloped, well proportioned has good strength for his age. A left-handed pitcher, has a cross fire approach off the mound. The delivery is simple, slow leg kick, minimal pull with front glove, arm works out of a ¾ slot, direction is close, could lengthen a bit. The arm action is shorter and hides baseball behind body, showed ability to locate fastball to both sides, clocked at 75 mph, throws a heavy baseball. The breaking pitch has good spin with depth to it, clocked at 57-61 mph. The changeup had fade rotation to it, clocked at 68-70 mph. At the plate, simple approach, feet are even, swing is flatten, cuts across at times, showing more of a pull approach. The tee exit velocity is advanced, clocked at 83 mph. Looks to stay behind the baseball on contact, uses the entire body to hit. From the outfield, attacked under control, arm was clocked at 76 mph, from a higher slot, throwing downhill. The footwork is quick could lengthen stride foot a bit more. Like the feel for pitching off the mound, look for velocity to climb.

Tee Exit Velocity- 83 mph
Arm Velocity- 76 mph
Home to 1st- 4.28


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