Jack Nolan
Jack Nolan
Jack Nolan
Jack Nolan

CLASS OF 2018

3B
1B

Jack
Nolan

Central Connecticut State
Amity Regional (HS) • CT
6-4 • 200LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Orange Post 127

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8/5/16- Future Game Report

6-foot-3, 195-pound, large physical frame, shoulders are sloped, has the plenty of room to fill out. A right-handed hitter who had a very good showing, collecting 6 hits in 8 at bats, with a bases clearing opposite field triple. The stance is slightly open and shoulder width apart. The swing is down to level to up, has a gap to gap approach, barrel stays in the zone a long time. The tee exit velocity was 87 mph, ran a 7.07 60 yard dash and was 4.36 down the line on ground ball to short. Runs well above average for a big right-handed hitter. Defensively, is a solid target at first, hands are soft and footwork is short and quick. The arm needs to get stronger, was clocked at 73 mph across the diamond. Projects for me as a first baseman or left fielder, showed the ability to really hit, has a knack for finding the barrel.


 

7/12/16
6-foot-3, 195-pound, large athletic frame, shoulders are sloped, back is wide and has plenty of room for future development. A right-handed hitter, the stance is open to even on contact. The hands are loose, with level to up, creates lift and leverage. Shows plus power to all fields, had good backspin of ball to right center gap. The lower half is under control and quiet, could stay taller on the backside throughout swing. The tee exit velocity was 93 mph with more in there. In game swings were ok, collected an opposite field triple, once he got out of the box ran well from first to third. Times down the line was 4.69. Defensively, plays the corner spots in infield, has soft hands, keeps his feet moving towards targets on throws. The arm action is short and quick from both spots, clocked at 70 mph across the diamond. Better suited for first base, with the large target to throw to and feet around the bag. Attending the future games in 2016, big time follow, comes from one of top HS baseball programs in the state.

12/12/15
At 6-foot-3 and 185-pounds, the frame is large, has plenty of room to put mass on, will be a monster at some point. Hits from the right side the stance is wide, slightly open and balanced. The hands start right above the shoulders are very quiet, gets them back in a good launch position. The path is level through the zone, gets good extension through the ball, uses a two handed finish. Tee exit velocity of 82 mph and ran a 7.19 60-yard dash, moves well for a big body kid. In the field, he worked out at third base and first base. Showed ok hands at third, needs to get ball out front more, the feet worked well in starting the double play. The arm was 71 mph across the diamond, arm action is clean, it's short on the back side, with proper strength and arm conditioning the arm will jump. Footwork was advanced around the bag at first and glove plays well there. Projects out to be a power bat, hit in the middle of the order. Definite guy to follow.
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