James Raidt
James Raidt
James Raidt




King School (HS) • CT
6-3 • 185LBS • R/R
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2023 National

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Physical: Projectable 6-foot-3, 185lb frame with strength that translates. 

Pitching: RHP - Turned in one of the top ‘pens of the day. Started from the stretch only off the left side of the rubber, utilizing a high leg lift and quick drop/drive delivery towards the target. Lighting-fast rotational athlete that whips the arm through a ¾ slot on the release. The FB landed with firmness, holding 92-94 mph at 2571 rpms, creating an uncomfortable look out of the hand. Mixed a plus 79-81 mph SL that approached 2733 rpms with an AVG of 19 inches HM across the plate. Also showed feel for a wicked 90-92 mph SNK at knee height, fading back hard to the arm-side (15 inches).


6-foot-2, 170-pound, longer, lean, wiry strong athletic frame, showing super athletic actions and movements. A right-handed pitcher, arm is loose and quick on the backside, working out of a high 3/4 slot. The fastball reached 88 mph, had one of the higher spin rates on both the fastball and breaking pitch. The lift is athletic, coil to it, stride is longer, gets across the body a bit. When behind baseball and slows the body down slightly, pounds the bottom half of the zone. The breaking ball is in the low to mid 70's. The arm is clean enough to have a plus change up over time. An electric arm, should be off the board fairly quick. 


6-foot-1, 155-pound, longer, lean, wiry strong athletic frame, has plenty of room for added weight and strength gains. A right-handed pitcher, worked out as a position players as well. Showed extremely well off the mound, delivery is sound, compact, repeats it with ease. The lift is athletic, stays over the back side, arm works of a natural 3/4 slot, arm path could be a ticker on the bottom part, but is works with ease and baseball jumps out of his hand. The fastball was poured in at 84 mph, located down and two both sides of the plate. The breaking pitch is advanced, slurvey at times, thrown with good hands peed, clocked at 70 mph. Showed correct action to changeup, thrown at 76-77 mph. Works quick, had a set time of 1.44. At the plate, eve feet, higher hands set, slight bend at the waist. The swing is down to level to up, has bat speed at 84 mph, runs well above average ran a 4.03 home to 1st, long athletic strides. Defensively, threw 78 mph across the diamond, feet are active, will need to smooth out actions to stick in infield, currently projects more as a centerfielder with ability to run it down. Look for him to be off the board at some point, big time arm off mound. 

Tee Exit Velocity: 84 mph

Arm Velocity: 78 mph

Home to 1st:  4.03 

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