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Sacred Heart
East Catholic (HS) • CT
6' 1" • 175LBS
L/R • 23yr 7mo
Travel Team: TCB


2019 National

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6-foot-1, 175-pound, along lengthy athlete, back is wide, shoulders are squared off, frame has room for future development. A right-handed pitcher who has a long, whippy and loose arm, works out of a natural ¾ slot. The delivery is simple and repeats it, hands start and stay in the middle part of the frame, separation is even, builds momentum as he works down the mound. The tempo is quick and uses the entire body to pitch the baseball.  The landing foot, lands just so slightly across the body, which adds to his natural 2-seam run, makes the breaking ball that much tougher to square up. The finish is good, gets out front with good extension and all three pitches work out of the same slot. The fastball was clocked at 83-84 mph with heavy action, showed the ability to get 4-seam to glove side, work predominantly to the arm side. The fastball has more in there, velocity should continue to climb. The secondary pitches are advanced, shows makings of an above average changeup, proper shape and fade to it, clocked at 74-75 mph, solid feel for it.  The breaking ball, clocked at 72-77 mph, slurvy type break, it's late, thrown for a strike and will be used to put hitters away with. Times to the plate were at 1.47-1.53. One of the better arms at the event, look for big things from him this high school season, big follow.

6-foot-1, 155-pound, a super athletic athlete, arms and legs are long, shoulders are squared off, body actions and movements are loose and smooth. A repeatable delivery, hands have a small amount of movement during the leg raise.  The leg raise is athletic quick tempoed, with height to it. The separation is on time, even, glove side is strong and stays inline with home plate, lead leg could be slightly more direct. The arm action has length to it, slight hook with the path, but for the most part is clean, free and works with ease. The slot is ¾ to a tick under ¾, baseball jumps out of his hand, with down action to the arm side when it gets to the plate. The fastball was clocked at 81-84 mph, seen it a tick higher at times. Looks to pound it hard into righties. The breaking ball is thrown hard at 71-72 mph, more slurve break to it, arm slot creates the break, has a chance to be an above average pitch.  The changeup was thrown at 72-75 mph, with proper fade and action to the armside. Times to the plate were at 1.56- 1.65. Looked to be super aggressive and worked efficiently during his bullpen session. One of the better arms in the class of 2019, look for him to take off this spring.  

6-foot-1, 150-pound, long, wiry athletic frame, shoulders are squared off, has plenty of room to fill out. A right-handed pitcher, has a long whippy arm path, creates a very hard angle to hit from, with action to the baseball. The delivery is controlled, and repeats it, hands start and stay at chest height, has a power leg kick, gets to a good gather, builds momentum throughout. The stride foot is slightly across his body on release, getting in line more will help reach to outer half. The fastball was clocked at 77-80 mph, with a ton more in there, serious action to the arm side, arm works out of a ¾ to low ¾ slot. The breaking ball has sweeping action to it, more of a slider break to it, was able to throw it for a strike and off the plate, 66-68 mph. For the off speed pitch, throws a circle change, needs to keep same are speed, clocked at 64-66 mph. Times to the plate were at 1.50-1.75. The frame is going to erupt and get stronger at some point, velo should climb, is aggressive attacking the catcher, good looking arm, serious follow.


6-foot-1, 150-pound, long, lengthy athletic frame, has plenty of room to fill out, actions and movements are loose. A left-handed hitting infielder, the stance is balanced, feet are even and are shoulder width apart, stance is taller. The hands are set just above the shoulder, are loose, relaxed and bat starts in a flat position. For timing, has a minimal straight stride, weight shifts to the back side when loading up, could get some separation with hands from body. The swing path is level to up, hits against a firm front side, the barrel has life and whip out front. The approach is more line drive, sprays it to all fields. Defensively, arm is his best tool, long clean path whip like action to it. The feet and approach to the baseball are accurate and move throughout. The hands are soft, fields the baseball out front, transfer is clean and quick. The arm works out of a natural ¾ slot, clocked at 82 mph, has life and carry to it across the diamond. The double play feeds need to have more rhythm, timing and get smoothed out slightly, practice and reps will help. Slow roller play was made with ease. Projects for me as more of a corner infielder, swing has a chance, has a big time chance off the mound.

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.07

Exit Velocity: 80 mph

Arm Velocity: 82 mph


6-foot, 145-pound, thin athletic frame, the limbs are long and loose, has plenty of room to fill out. The delivery is simple, the hands start high and stay on during the step back and leg raise. The leg raise is smooth and gets it into a powerful gather. The separation is in the middle of his body, with the glove side staying inline with his target. The lead leg, gets across his body just so slightly, stride could lengthen a bit. The arm works out of a high ¾ slot, the arm is clean with some length on the back side. The fastball was clocked at 77-79 mph, with little life to it as it reached the plate. The breaking ball showed good spin, was clocked at 66-67 mph, was located in the bottom half of the zone. The change up had an arm side fade, clocked at 66-69 mph. Times to the plate were 1.94, needs to speed it up and get more of a quick knee to knee leg raise from the stretch position. The arm works and has hand speed out front, velocity should climb over time. Strength will aide in his development, get out and see him in the springtime.

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