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Amity (HS) • CT
6' 0" • 170LBS
R/L • 22yr 8mo
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6-foot, 170-pound, strong athletic frame. The shoulders are sloped, back is wide, has room for continued strength, with ability to add mass. A left-handed pitcher, delivery is under control, its simple and repeats it with ease. The hands start and stay at the waist, leg raise is smooth, has some effort to it and gets to a higher gather. The weight stays on the backside, approach is more staying taller throughout and gliding to the plate. The separation is clean, breaks down the center of his body. The arm action has average length, works out of a high ¾ slot. The finish has extension and gets out front, back side has some effort to it, with leg following through high. The fastball reached 80 mph, pounding it down in the zone to both sides. The 4-seam fastball is the better of the two, can really locate to the glove side. The change up is his top secondary pitch, comes out of his hand like a fastball, with fade and action to the arm side. Clocked at 65-69 mph, showed the ability to throw it for strikes consistently. The breaking ball has 1/7 break from catchers view, spin is tight, looks to hook it out of the glove, has more velocity to it, with a tweak of hand placement. Clocked at 62-64 mph. Times to the plate were quick from the left side, at 1.25-1.31. Overall solid looking arm, look for the velocity to continue to climb, ability to throw the change up, its an out pitch against right-handed hitters.

6-foot, 160-pound, strong, athletic frame, well proportioned with strength throughout. The shoulders are sloped, actions and movements are smooth. A left-handed pitcher, hands start and stay high at chest high, has a power leg kick with some coil to it. The separation is on time, breaks down through the middle of his frame. The stride length is long, direction is in line, front glove is strong on foot strike. The back side could stay taller, wants to drop at times. The arm works free and easy out of a natural ¾ to high ¾  slot. The fastball was clocked at 75-78 mph, with a ton more in there, logged a good amount of innings and workload throughout the year. The fastball was bolted to both sides of the plate at the knees. The secondary pitch, used a small slider, clocked at 65-68 mph, with downward break to it, was thrown for strikes, showed the ability to place it on the backfoot of right-handed hitters. Changeup is still a work in progress, shows fade and action to arm side, has depth when he stays behind it. The tempo to the delivery is quick, worked fast in between pitches, looked to be confident on the mound. Look for the game to take off this spring, good follow.
5-foot-10, 160-pound, wiry strong athletic frame. The shoulders are sloped, neck is long, the frame is well proportioned, has plenty of room to fill out. A left-handed pitcher, works out of a repeatable delivery. The hands start and stay at his midsection, has a controlled high leg kick. The separation is on time and in the center of his body, balanced throughout, has a small collapse on the back side. The lead leg gets good length on the stride, lands slightly across his body. The arm action is clean and has average length on the back side. The arm works out of a ¾ slot. The fastball was clocked at 74-76 mph, has good sink and run on the 2 seamer. The changeup is thrown with three fingers, has depth and fade to arm side with it, repeats arm action well. The breaking ball is more of a curve ball, clocked at 63 mph, needs to be thrown harder. Times to the plate were at 1.46, has much more in his arm, look for the fastball to continue to climb. Offensively, hits from the right side, the stance is slightly open and wider than shoulder width apart, is balanced throughout the swing. The hands are held just below shoulder height, back elbow is extended back, with bat tilted in a good starting position. The swing path is down to level, could stay on it slightly longer. The approach is more pull, let the ball travel longer at times. The tee exit velocity was 82 mph, has strength in his hands and ran a 7.7 sixty yard dash. Defensively, worked out at first base, showed good prep steps, needs to keep the feet moving as he approaches to field, fielded ball out front and footwork was clean during transfer. The footwork was good around the bag when receiving throws. The arm was clocked at 73 mph across the diamond. Projects for me as more of a pitcher, time will tell which side of the field he will go, good looking young prospect, plays at one of the better high school programs in the state.

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