Jordan Garner
Jordan Garner
Jordan Garner
Jordan Garner
Jordan Garner

CLASS OF 2019

1B
OF

Jordan
Garner

Westfield State University
East Windsor (HS) • CT
5-10 • 230LBS • R/L
Travel Team: AP Academy
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2/25/2018

5-foot-10, 230-pound right-handed hitting first baseman.  Can really swing the bat, tee exit velocity of 95 mph. The set up is even with his feet, picks up and puts down the front foot as the ball approaches. The bat has a small wrap to it prior to the initiation of the swing. The path is clean to and through the ball. He hammered the ball during the session. Scary power potential. The glove is soft at first base, threw 72 mph across the third base. His feet can improve around first base but you have to like him for his bat.

Tee Exit Velocity- 95 mph
INF Velocity- 72 mph
 
 
6/20/17
5-foot-10, 230 pounds, broad shoulders, present arm strength though conditioning would help bolster athleticism. Nimble on his feet in the field. Garner showed some of the most actualized power among any player at the showcase and led the way with a 95 MPH exit velocity in the cage. Garner had clean footwork at first base and a serviceable arm. Barring some major changes in his build, Garner is likely limited to first base only at the next level. The hip rotation in the swing is where much of the power develops. His back leg locks as the lead leg steps into the pitch, before the hips and with it the bat rip through the zone. Garner’s power is real. Some added core strength and general conditioning would help expand his defensive versatility, as there is athleticism being suppressed and doing so would not sacrifice the pop at the plate. Still a sophomore, there is time for Garner to take these steps and increase his stock as a collegiate prospect.  

Home - First: 4.88

Exit Velocity: 95 mph

Arm Velocity: 70 mph
 

7/27/16
5-foot-9, 220-pound, strong, thick, physical frame. The hands have major juice and strength to them. A right-handed hitter, who possesses big time power to the pull side, hits the baseball with authority. The stance is slightly shorter than shoulder width and is inline. The hands are loose and are set just above shoulder. The swing path is level to up, creates backspin and leverage. The tee exit velocity was 90 mph, which is up 4 from the last workout. Drives the ball to all fields with pop, the barrel stays in the zone a long time. In game swings were good, made solid contact in all three, collecting a single. Defensively, plays first base, has soft hands and feet are really good and quick around the bag. The flow is good in starting double play, made a big time play in the game. The arm action is short and clean, clocked at 70 mph, has average strength at the moment. Big follow for me, has a chance to hit at a high level. Needs to continue to condition.

1/18/16
Second PBR event for Jordan. Swung the bat well again. Shows to have big time power potential. The tee exit velocity was 86 mph, the ball comes off the bat with authority. The hands and wrists are very strong. The swing is advanced, hands stay back in a good hitting position. Shows the ability to drive the ball to all fields. The bat has a serious chance down the road. Worked out at first, fields ball out front and gets it into the throwing position quick. Footwork is good around the bag, feet move towards target. The arm registered at 69 across the diamond. Follow the bat, has a serious chance, has advanced approach with big time juice potential.
11/15/15
Strong right-handed hitting first baseman. Very good around the bag at first base and showed proper footwork at the position. Arm velocity is 71 mph as he throws left-handed. Glove showed above average at first, picking throws from the infielders. Has a long arm path with strength. The bat is special, tee exit velocity of 90 mph. Setup is quiet and feet are close. Limited movement in the bottom half as he stays in position to hit. The hands are direct to the ball and extremely quick. Showed serious life in the barrel as he spread the field immensely throughout the workout. Big time prospect based on the bat.

 
 

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