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Holy Cross (HS) • CT
6' 0" • 170LBS
R/R • 22yr 10mo


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2017 PBR Future Games (CT/RI - Invite Only)
Aug 2, 2017
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5-foot-11, 165-pound, average athletic frame, back is thin, hands and lower half have strength to them. A right-handed hitting outfielder, who performed extremely well at this event. The top tool is his ability to throw from the outfield, arm was clocked at 85 mph, throws are down hill, on a line, and gives the fielder something to handle. During the game, gunned down a runner at the plate from centerfield, as well as another strong throw to the plate to make it an extremely close plate at home.  The footwork is correct on routes and angles to the baseball, as well as the transfer gains ground with feet. Offensively, hits from the right side, has a spread out approach. The hands are set at shoulder height, swing is level through the zone and finishes with two hands at shoulder height. The lower half is under control, stride is simple and straight. The approach is more to the pull side, has enough juice to get the baseball deep in the pull gap. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 88 mph and ran a 7.23, plays the game at a quicker pace. In game performance was very good, collected 3 hits including a double along with 4 RBI. Good Follow, solid outfielder.

Sixty-Yard- 7.23

Exit Velocity-88 MPH

Arm Velocity-85 MPH



At 6-feet and weighing 170 pounds with an athletic frame capable of filling out further in the coming two seasons, Goggin is projectable. While he does not possess high end speed he is nimble on his feet and picks up momentum once he gets going. He is defensively versatile, best served in a corner outfield spot though showed some skills to play third base during his high school season. Room for improvement in the routes he takes to the ball and crispness in transition from receiving the ball to the throw. However, his arm is plus for a sophomore and should only get better (85 mph OF throw velocity). His best tool is the bat. Goggin was one of the top performers in exit velocity in the cage at 90 mph. There is force in the swing, helping him tap into his power profile. The lead leg angles out, loose wrists into load help generate bat speed, simple and balanced. Natural loft, gap power already present, and more on the way. Should the overall hit tool continue growing allowing Goggin to continually display the power in game action, he could shoot up rankings at his position.

Home - First: 4.59

Exit Velocity: 90 mph

Arm Velocity: 85 mph


5-foot-11, 170-pound, average, strong athletic frame. A well proportioned athlete, hands and wrists have strength to them. A right-handed hitting outfielder, arm strength is above average with strength in his swing. The stance is spread out, feet are inline, slightly more weight on the backside. The hands are even at shoulder height, back elbow is extended outward. For timing has a minimal stride, picks foot up and places it back down, front knee buckles inward. The swing path is flat through the zone, finishes above shoulder with two hands. The approach is more to the pull side, has enough pop to beat the outfielders. The hands could stay inside the baseball longer, extension through it, cuts it off early at times. The potential to be a doubles machine. Defensively, the arm is very good, clocked at 84 mph, has downhill flight, throws are on a line. The feet and prep steps are proper, steps through hard, gets momentum behind the baseball. Toolsy type player, serious follow, get out and see him.

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.19

Exit Velocity: 84 mph

Arm Velocity: 82 mph


5-foot-10, 160- pound average athletic frame, the shoulders are sloped, has plenty of room to get stronger and to fill out. A right-handed hitter, who squared the ball up very well in bp, driving it well to the pull side. The stance is slightly wider than shoulder width, hands are set at shoulder height, bat tilted more upward. The swing path is level to up, with a two handed finish, the tee exit velocity was 81 mph. The approach is balanced and simple throughout the swing. The 60 yard dash was clocked at 7.25. Defensively is very advanced for his age, routes and angles are good, keeps the feet moving throughout and steps through gaining speed and momentum to release. The arm action is short, quick, opens it early at times, ball jumps out of his hand. Clocked at 81 mph, has been as high as 85 mph from the outfield. Someone to see early and often in high school, as he physically matures the game should go to another level.


5-foot-9, 155-pound, average athletic frame, a fast twitch athletic kid.  A right-handed hitter, more of a toolsey type player. The stance is simple, it’s even and balanced is in a good position when he makes contact. The hands are loose, has whip with the barrel, the tee exit velocity was 85 mph, shows some pop to the pull side. The swing gets a little rotational, needs to stay through it longer. Time from home to first was 4.6, plays the game faster than that. Defensively, is an above average outfielder for his age. The arm has some serious strength, threw 84 mph, with good carry and it’s downhill. The transfer is clean and steps through quickly. In game performance was good on both sides of the field, collected a double and made solid contact. Shows the ability to be able to play all three spots in outfield. Big time follow for me. 

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