Jonathan Lattimer
Jonathan Lattimer
Jonathan Lattimer
Jonathan Lattimer




Windsor (HS) • CT
5-10 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CT Capitals


2022 National

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5-foot-10, 185-pound solid frame. Athletic during batting practice, Lattimer had an exit velocity of 90 mph. Begins in a balanced stance with a smooth load, then uses a leg kick. Had a flat level swing plane, explosive bat speed and high finish. Barreled up multiple balls with tons of loud contact. Gap to gap approach.Smooth from the outfield, he showed the ability to throw at velocities up to 76 mph; had quick footwork, consistent hands, and a fluid exchange. Fields the ball to the side,movements laterally were athletic. Behind the plate, his best recorded velocity during throw downs was clocked at 72 mph; showed a twitchy exchange, athletic feet, and soft hands. Had quick feet and transfers on his throw downs, recording a 1.94-2.04 pop time. Tons of flexibility and quiet setup. Used a high ¾ slot with a short arm action while showing consistent accuracy to the base.

Exit Velocity: 90 mph

Arm Velocity: 76 mph

Home to 1st:  4.25


5-foot-9, 170-pound, strong, solid athletic frame, rounded shoulders, longer neck, strength throughout. A right-handed hitting catcher, at the plate, feet are even at shoulder width, hands are loaded at shoulders. The swing is short to contact, hands are inside the baseball, level through the zone, with extension. The approach is line drive to both gaps, showing lift at times. Produced hard solid contact, with good at bats in game play, had an exit velocity of 88 mph. Runs and moves well for a catcher, ran a 7.34 sixty-yard dash. Defensively, the setup is wide, balanced, hands are strong on the catch. The transfer is clean, gains ground, arm action is short, working from a higher slot, clocked at 74 mph and had a pop time of 2.12-2.17.  A solid backstop, looks to enjoy being back there, an above average skill set.

Exit Velocity: 88 mph

Arm Velocity: 74 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.34


5-foot-9, 170-pound, showing above average hand strength, strong athletic frame, put together well. A right-handed hitting catcher, at the plate, stance is spread out, feet are even, hands are set even at shoulders. For timing uses a very smooth toe tap, gaining ground, the swing is level through the zone, keeping hands inside the baseball. The approach is from field to field, showing enough pop to beat the outfielders. Took one of the better rounds of batting practice, had a tee exit velocity of 81 mph. An average runner for a catcher, was clocked at 4.41 from home to 1st. Defensively, threw 69 mph from behind the plate. Throws right from his ear, with little wasted movement. The setup is athletic, wider feet, right foot replacing the left in transfer. The pop time was at 2.25. Works very hard on the blocking and receiving, continued arm strength is a must, look for the bat to play at the next level.

Tee Exit Velocity:  81 mph

Arm Velocity: 69 mph

Home to 1st: 4.41


5-foot-9, 160-pound, small athletic frame, hands and wrists have good strength for his age, above average. A right-handed hitting catcher, showed well on both sides of the field. At the plate, feet start wider and spread out, front foot starts open, gets back to even on foot strike. The hands are loaded back, small arm bar, swing is level across the zone, could stay through it a tick longer, gets rotational at the end. Finishes the swing at shoulder height with two hands. The approach is more line drive, working more middle to pull side. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 74 mph, with a ton more in there as the barrel gets more life and whip to it. Defensively, had a pop time of 2.34 and arm was clocked at 64 mph. The arm action works out of a high ¾ slot, path is short and clean, working from his ear. The footwork is clean and athletic, gains ground looks to be quick. The hands still need some softening, gets around the baseball on the catch. One of the better catchers in the class of 2022.

Tee Exit Velocity- 74 mph
Arm Velocity- 64 mph
Home to 1st- 4.31

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