Jake Dellavecchia
Jake Dellavecchia
Jake Dellavecchia
Jake Dellavecchia
Jake Dellavecchia
Jake Dellavecchia
Jake Dellavecchia




Southington (HS) • CT
5-10 • 160LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Black Knights


2021 National

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5-foot-10, 155-pound, smaller athletic frame, longer loose limbs, with plenty of room for added weight. A right-handed hitting catcher, at the plate, the feet are even at shoulder width. The hands are relaxed and loose at the shoulders, bat starting in more of a flat position. For timing uses a small pick up and put down, gains ground and gets weight moving forward, which helps produce juice to the swing. The approach is more middle to pull side, connecting with one line drive after another. The exit velocity was clocked at 85 mph and ran a 7.72 sixty-yard dash. Defensively, is very sound, had a pop time of 1.96-2.09, arm was clocked at 76 mph, arm action is super smooth and clean, has more velocity in there as he physically matures. The hands are strong on the catch, secures the baseball, moves well, can receive and block. Solid looking catcher.

Exit Velocity: 85 mph

Arm Velocity: 76 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.72


5-foot-8, 136-pound, smaller, thin athletic frame. Shoulders sloped, neck is long, has plenty of room for added weight. A right-handed hitting catcher, arm was clocked at 73 mph, works free and easy, had a pop time of 1.94. All throws were on the bag, with good flight. The feet are quick in the transfer, game continues to improve. Offensively, starts slightly open, taller stance. The hands are loose, bat starts in a tilted position. The lower half is under control, small pick up and put down. The swing is level through the zone, approach is line drive more to pull side. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 77 mph. Ran the sixty-yard dash at 7.62. Game continues to improve, strength training is a must.

Tee Exit Velocity- 77 mph
Arm Velocity- 73 mph
Sixty-Yard Dash- 7.62


5-foot-8, 131-pound, thin, long, athletic frame with a ton of room to fill out and put more weight on. A right-handed hitting catcher, actions, movements are smooth and clean. The setup is balanced and even behind the plate, hands are soft on the catch. The footwork is quick and gains ground towards second base. The arm is free and easy, works out of a natural slot, clocked at 69 mph and pop time of 2.13-2.15. Throws are on a line and close to the bag, with carry when he is on time and stays behind the baseball. At the plate, hands are super loose and relaxed, barrel has whip out front on contact. The approach is line drive to the pull side. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 73 mph. The path is flat through the zone and finishes high with one hand. Look for the power to come once he gains strength, has a chance to hit down the road, does a good job of maneuvering the barrel to the baseball. Good follow.

Home-First: 5.1
Exit Velocity: 73 MPH
Arm Velocity: 69 MPH


5-foot-6, 130-pound, smaller, thin average athletic frame for his age. The shoulders are sloped, has plenty of room to fill out. A right-handed hitting catcher, top tool is his ability to catch, block and throw the baseball. The setup is balanced feet are inline, wider than shoulder width, back is straight up, hands look to be relaxed. The arm action was clean and works free and easy out of a higher slot. The arm was clocked at 69 mph, with a ton more in there. Pop times were very good for his age at 2.12- 2.25, in game throws were a tick higher. At the plate, the stance is simple, balanced, feet are even, slightly wider than shoulder width. The bat starts in a flat position, hands are loose. For timing uses a small, simple, soft, straight stride. The hands could have more separation from the body. The swing is flat through the zone, approach is more middle of the field. The tee exit velocity was 75 mph, barrel has some life to it on contact. Strength and speed/quickness are a must. Played well in game, competed extremely well against older players.

Home-First: 5.15
Exit Velocity: 75 MPH
Arm Velocity: 69 MPH


5-foot-4, 135-pound average athletic frame, shoulders are sloped, hands have some strength to them. Only in the 8th grade, showed extremely well behind the plate. The catching, receiving and blocking skills are advanced for his age. The setup behind the plate is balanced, feet are shoulder width apart, sits on the flats of his feet, could get slightly wider with setup. Receives the ball well with strong hands, is able to keep the pitch where he catches it. The footwork gains ground in transfer, could stay down a slightly longer, don't be too quick. Pop times were 2.07-2.22. The arm action is short and clean, with no hesitation at all, arm was clocked at 65 mph. At the plate, hits from the right side, the stance is open to even, has a small leg kick for timing. The hands start at shoulder height, are loose with some movement to them. The separation is good, they get back into a good hitting position. The front foot could get down slightly sooner, would be on time a little more. The swing is level to up, finishes with one hand. The tee exit velocity was 71 mph and ran a 8.8 sixty yard dash. Good looking young catcher, strength and conditioning is a must, will be fun to follow this one.


5-foot-7, 125-pound, wiry strong athlete. A well proportioned athlete for his age, shows good strength. The actions and movements are free and work with easy effort. A right-handed hitting catcher, plays on both sides of the field equally well. Defensively, setup is relaxed behind the plate. The feet are inline, hands are soft when receiving the baseball and transfer is clean. The footwork is short and crisp, right foot replaces left foot. The arm action is short and quick, throws from his ear, with no wasted movements. Pop times were recorded at 2.10-2.15, throws were on or near the bag. The arm was clocked at 67 mph from the chute, has more in there as he gains strength. The baseball has good flight for his age. At the plate, has a simple approach. The bat starts just above the back shoulder, has some bat tilt to it. For timing has a small controlled stride, at times steps in but has cleaned this up for the most part over the last year. The swing is down to level to up, approach is more middle to pull, looks to go line drive with the swing. The finish is with two hands at shoulder height. The tee exit velocity is at 75 mph, barrel has life and whip out front.  The hands have above average quickness to them for his age. The sixty yard dash was clocked at 8.25. Strength and overall conditioning will aid in his development. Look for big things from this one from behind the plate, is advanced for his age.

Tee exit velocity: 75 mph
Arm velocity: 67 mph
Sixty-Yard dash: 8.25

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