Drew Errera
Drew Errera
Drew Errera
Drew Errera
Drew Errera




Western New England University
Xavier (HS) • CT
6-0 • 160LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CT Capitals Upperclass


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6-foot, 160 pounds and has a longer, lean athletic frame and build. The shoulders are broad, is super athletic, showing twitchy actions and movements. He has broad shoulders with a fast twitch body. He runs solid posting a 7.25 in his 60 yard dash. At the plate he is short and compact with a smooth and flat swing, from the right-side.  Creating lots of backspin on the baseball, driving it from gap to gap.  The exit velocity was 88 mph, coming off the bat with easy effort. In the field, he is athletic and releases from the ¾ arm slo, flashing 81 mph across the diamond. He stays low and stays controlled when charging the ball and his arm was strong flashing 81 mph over the first base. An athlete, look for him to be able to play all over, bringing a ton of value.

Exit Velocity- 88 mph

Arm Velocity- 81 mph

60 Yard Dash- 7.25


6-foot, 160-pound, super athletic frame, showing wiry strength, rounded shoulders, should put mass on with little effort. One of the better players at this event, a right-handed hitting middle infielder, who can go off the bump as well. At the plate, feet are even, relaxed lower hands. Separation from the body, lower half has a small leg kick, soft and under control. The swing is short and compact to contact, level through the zone, line drives to lift, driving it from gap to gap. Should be able to get himself to second base, with doubles or the ability to swipe bags, plus runner ran a 4.07 down the line from home to 1st. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 90 mph, baseball jumps off the bat. Defensively, can play all over the field, more of a middle of the field player, either infield or outfield. The actions are smooth, twitchy and electric. The hands are soft out front, easy transfer from glove to hand, arm was clocked at 79 mph, showing enough strength to stick on left side. Off the mound, simple, repeatable delivery, high hand set, athletic lift with minimal effort. The arm action is short, throwing from his ear, the fastball was at 77-79 mph, living in the bottom part of the zone. Threw a slurve breaking ball, clocked at 68 mph. Also threw a split at 72 mph, along with a true changeup at 71 mph. Projects for me more as a position player, love the legs and high energy he plays at.

Tee Exit Velocity: 90 mph

Arm Velocity: 79 mph

Home to 1st: 4.07


6-foot, 150-pound, longer, wiry strong athletic frame. But being just a 21’ there is an expectation for him to keep getting stronger every year. When hitting he has an aggressive high leg kick and shifts most weight to the back leg before striding to the ball. The swing itself is short and compact, and shows some raw strength with an 84 mph exit velocity. As a defender, he has a great feel and flashed some arm strength with 78 mph from SS and 81 mph from the OF. The body works together well with hands and feet and could see him being a middle INF at the next level. 

Exit Velocity: 84
Arm Strength INF: 78
Arm Strength OF: 81
Home to 1st: 4.47


6-foot, 135-pound, longer, lean, wiry strong athletic frame. The top tool is his overall athleticism, ran a 4.16 down the line, can really move. A right-handed hitter, feet are wider than shoulder width, even, balanced in the box. The hands are loose at the shoulders, bat starts in more of the flat position. The swing has life and whip to it, its flat through the zone, finishes at the shoulders with two hands.  The approach is more line drive, works the baseball from gap to gap, had a tee exit velocity of 87 mph. Defensively, threw 76 from both the outfield and infield. The feet are very good in the infield, moves throughout, hands are soft, with a clean transfer. The arm as plenty of life, and has enough strength to stick on the left-side. The feeds and turns were performed correct on double plays. From the outfield, feet are fast, steps through and gains ground. Off the mound, controlled repeatable delivery, working out of a ¾ to high ¾ slot. The fastball touched 78 mph, with down action, lived in the bottom part of the zone. The breaking pitch, has slurve break to it, clocked at 67 mph. Projects for me to be able to play all over, outfield might be where it’s at with the speed to cover ground.

Tee Exit Velocity- 87 mph
Arm Velocity- 77 mph
Home to 1st- 4.16


6-foot, 135-pound, thin athletic frame, the neck is  with plenty of room to fill out, chance to be extremely athletic. At the plate, a right-handed hitter, the hands are super loose, have pre pitch movement to them, the front is open at shoulder width. For timing uses a small smooth knee to knee kick, hands stay back, transfers the weight from back side to front, gain ground with stride foot. The swing is level through the zone and finishes with one hand at the shoulders. The swing could shorten a tick, tee exit velocity was clocked at 79 mph, with a ton more in there as he adds strength. The approach was more middle to the pull side, ran a 4.5 on his dig to first base.. Defensively, showed smooth clean actions, hands are soft, fields out front with keeping the feet moving. The arm was clocked at 71 mph, from a ¾ slot,  had hand speed out front. Double play feeds and turns were good from both sides of the bag. From the outfield, arm was clocked at 72 mph from a slightly higher slot. The arm action is longer, a bottom to top path. The transfer was more of shuffle. Will be interesting to see where he lands defensively, is super athletic, good follow.

Home-First: 4.50
Exit Velocity: 79 MPH
Arm Velocity: OF-72 MPH, INF-71 MPH

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