Elijah Olacio
Elijah Olacio
Elijah Olacio
Elijah Olacio

CLASS OF 2019

SS
2B

Elijah
Olacio

Rhode Island College
Marianapolis Prep School (HS) • CT
5-10 • 160LBS • R/R
Travel Team: First Move Baseball

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6.27.2017
5-foot-9, 150-pound right handed hitting infielder/outfielder who is dealing with a sore arm. In the outfield he showed a proper approach to the ball and threw 76 mph with accuracy. The infield glove is solid and his footwork through the ball is appropriate. Thew 80 mph across the diamond. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 81 mph. Sets up with his feet wide and the front foot open. Closes the front foot down as the ball approaches. The path needs to be flattened as the barrel is in and out of the strike zone rather quickly. The hands work well and staying in the middle of the field is a approach that will help his game. Right now, the pull side is only in play. Ran a 4.58 down the line on a dig.
Tee Exit Velocity- 81 mph
OF Velocity- 76 mph
INF Velocity - 80 mph 
3/12/17
 

5-foot-8, 150-pound, thin, wiry strong athletic frame. The shoulders are rounded off, has plenty of room to fill out. Defensively, showed very well at this workout, the hands and feet work well together, the hands are soft and gets ball from glove very quick. The arm was clocked at 78 mph across the diamond, has enough strength to get it across. From the outfield, showed a longer arm path, clocked at 80 mph, fielded the ball out front, transfer was clean. At the plate hits from the right side, has an open to even stance, hands are loose and have movement to them. The hands have life to them, tee exit velocity was 81 mph, needs to stay more direct to the ball, wants to pull. The approach was more to the pull side, took a very good second round during batting practice. Off the mound, has a slow controlled delivery, gets inline and squares up on release. The fastball was clocked at 75 mph. The breaking pitch is more of a cutter, clocked at 66 mph. The changeup was thrown for strikes at 70 mph. Projects for me as middle guy, a move to second could happen at the next level.

Forty-Yard Dash: 4.94

Exit Velocity: 81 mph

Arm Velocity: SS-78 mph, OF-80 mph
 
 


6/28/16

Right-handed hitting infielder who has improved his game since we last saw him. Ran a 4.57 down the line on a dig. In the field, he threw 73 mph across the diamond and showed average footwork doing so. The glove works good as he is athletic and handles his body. With the bat, tee exit velocity of 76 mph and he showed some promise in the game as he took some clean swings, barreling up a couple balls. The setup is open to even with his feet as the ball approaches. The hands are high and so is the back elbow, very heavy on his front foot as he gets it down during the approach of the ball. The hands work with the bat, and the path to the ball is clean. Body needs strength to help his development.
11/15/15
Quick twitch right-handed hitting middle infielder who had a good workout. As an infielder, he showed a solid glove, 73 mph arm velocity across the field and a good approach to the ball. He does need to field the ball out front as it gets deep on him. At the plate, 74 mph tee exit velocity. The setup is closed off and even with his feet. The hands are fast and clean to the ball. The path is good, bottom line is he needs to get stronger so his tools can come out. Like his game.

10/24/15
At 5-foot-7, 125 pounds the frame is thin, shows some athletic actions to his game.  A right-handed hitter, hits from an open, balanced stance. The hands are set just above shoulder height, does a great job of getting hands and weight back into hitting position. The path to ball is level, needs to keep barrel in the zone longer, it’s in and out quick, finish needs to be longer.  The tee exit velocity was 70 and ran a 5.03 from home to first. In the field, he shows good prep steps, feet and hands work well together. Hands are soft and had good transfer into throwing position. The arm action is short, opens it early on the back. The velocity across the diamond was 66, made the slow roller look easy. Footwork around the bag was good, started double play with easy effort. Off the mound, pitches from a high-¾ slot, head tilts and leans a bit. Fastball was 67-69, showed some feel for throwing strikes, lived down in the zone. The breaking pitch was a bit slurvy at 64. He showed some feel for the game and seemed to like to play, strength will be a huge part of his development. 
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