Garret Babick
Garret Babick




5-9 • 150LBS • R/R


2020 National

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5-foot-9, 150-pound, average athletic frame, shoulders are rounded, the neck is long, has room to fill out and put on mass. The actions and movements are smooth. The top tool is his ability to work behind the plate. The pop time was 2.06- 2.25, arm works out of a higher slot, arm is clean on the backside, arm was clocked at 71 mph, with life coming out of his hand. The feet are quick in the transfer, no wasted movement, closes down the front side and gets out front on release, baseball is thrown on the proper side of the bag. The hands have improved on the catch, gets underneath the low pitch and works hard to get around the baseball in the block position, quickly scrambles to get to his feet. At the plate, uses the entire field, works from gap to gap, more of a line drive approach. The hands are quiet, gets barrel to the baseball, tee exit velocity was clocked at 69 mph, tends to slow down, needs to accelerate the hands through the baseball more. The legs are quick, ran a 4.17 30 yard-dash, has an athletic kick to him. Strength is a must will help in the development.

30 Yard-Dash: 4.17
Tee Exit Velocity: 69 MPH
Arm Velocity: 71 MPH


5-foot-9, 150-pound, average athletic frame, the shoulders are squared off, has plenty of room to fill out. Defensively, showed to have quick feet and a fast arm from behind the plate. The setup is wide, balanced and looks to be relaxed. The hands could soften a bit, needs to get them down first on dirtballs, then the body can follow. The feet are quick in transfer, they gain ground towards second, closes down the front side. The arm action is short, works clean, comes out of a higher slot. The arm was clocked at 69 mph, showed to have good strength for his age. Offensively, hits from the right side, stance is balanced throughout, needs to get the backside lower half involved more. The hands are set at shoulder height are relaxed and loose. The swing path, gets out and around, needs to get the hands to the ball in more of a direct line, make contact inside the baseball. The approach is more to the pull side, has plenty of strength, needs to clean the path, practice and reps will aid in his development as a hitter. Defensively is solid follow, hands and feet work well together.

Sixty-Yard Dash:7.29
Exit Velocity: 63 mph
Arm Velocity: 69 mph

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