Deaundre Bobb
Deaundre Bobb
Deaundre Bobb




Elizabethtown College
Hartford Magnet Trinity CollegeAcademy (HS) • CT
5-10 • 130LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CT CADETS


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5-foot-10, 130-pound, thin athletic frame, shoulders are sloped, arms are long, has room to add muscle on.  A right-handed middle infielder, better suited for second base, or even making a move to left field. Swung the bat extremely well, collecting 3 hits, including 2 doubles. At the plate, stance is slightly open and wider than shoulder width. The hands are set at shoulder height, are loose and swing is free and easy through the zone, barrel has some whip to it out front on contact. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 75 mph and ran a 4.93 from home to first. Defensively, showed good prep steps, worked from the ground up, leads into an easy transfer. The arm works out of a higher slot, clocked at 69 mph, front side pulls off just so slightly. Projects more as a corner outfielder, arm action is better suited for outfield play. Strength is a must, will aid in his development.

Home- First: 4.93

Exit Velocity: 75 mph

Arm Velocity: 69 mph

5-foot-8,130-pound, thin athletic frame, the neck is long, shoulders are square, has plenty of room for future development. A right-handed hitter, the stance and feet are even and slightly wider than shoulder width. The hands are set at shoulder height, bat angle is in a good position and he gets his hands back. The lower half is under control and he gains ground with stride. The swing is level to up with a two handed finish. The tee exit velocity was 76 mph. In game performance was good, he collected a double to left field. Defensively, attacks the baseball well, works from the ground up when fielding the baseball. The arm works out of a ¾ slot, the arm was clocked at 62 mph. The actions on starting feeds for double plays were correct. Strength is a must over the next year.


At 5-foot-8, 130-pounds, the frame is athletic with tons of room to fill out. At the plate, the setup is even and very balanced. The hands are set above the shoulders and the bat angle is in a good starting position. Uses a small toe tap for timing and gains ground with his stride. The lower half is under control. The swing path is straight across his chest and finishes with one hand. The hands are loose and work, the tee exit velocity was 75 mph. In the field, his prep steps were good, fielded balls out front, could get slightly lower and keep his feet moving towards target. The transfer and arm action is short and clean. The arm registered at 67 mph across the diamond, has much more in his arm. The actions are loose and athletic, needs strength.

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