Kenneth Supersano Jr
Kenneth Supersano Jr
Kenneth Supersano Jr
Kenneth Supersano Jr

CLASS OF 2023

1B
OF

Kenneth
Supersano Jr

Shelton (HS) • CT
5-10 • 145LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Boys of Summer

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6/13/21

5-foot-10, 145-pound athletic lean frame. Above average in the box, Supersano jr clocked an exit velocity of 82 mph. (63.30 mph bat speed average). (21.33 mph hand speed average). Started in a wide balanced stance with a smooth controlled load, then used a small leg kick. Bat speed was quick, displayed a short upward swing plane and high finish.Had loud contact and found multiple barrels. Gap to gap approach. Above average while in the infield, made throws up to 76 mph;showed quick fluid feet, soft hands, and a natural exchange. Fields the ball out front, movements laterally were athletic. Consistent accuracy to the bases, used a high ¾ slot and a long arm action. In the 60-yard dash, he clocked a time of 7.64. Projectable on the mound,used a long arm action and a high ¾ arm angle while showing good arm speed. Tall-and-fall type pitcher who uses easy effort. Balance is tall point with an uphill shoulders in his delivery. Lands square with an athletic finish. Produced a fastball that came in at 70-74 mph; has slight running action and command low in the zone. (Max spin 2352; Avg 2125). He showed tilt and consistent command on his 1/7curveball (63-64). His changeup (65-66) had arm side control and fading action.

Exit Velocity: 82 mph

Arm Velocity: 76 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.64

3/17/21

5-foot-10, 145-pound, athletic and slim, has plenty of room for added weight gains. Projectable on the mound, showed some arm speed, he had a high ¾ arm angle and a long arm action, loose and whippy slot. Tall-and-fall type pitcher and shows easy effort. Balance is tall point with an even shoulders in his delivery. Lands closed with an athletic finish. Produced a fastball that came in at 74-75 mph; shows consistent control and running action. Had control low in the zone and slurvey action on his 1/7 curveball 63-65 mph. Had arm side command and fading action on his changeup 68-70 mph.  Pounded the zone with all three, a strike thrower. Will need to add arm strength, will add in a velocity jump.

10/14/20

5-foot-10, 130-pound, longer, thin athletic frame, with plenty of room for added weigh gains. A right-handed hitting two-way player. Off the mound, simple repeatable delivery, hands start and stay at the mid section, weight is loaded on post leg. The stride is inline, could stay back a tick more, quick finish, pull down with front glove. The arm action is longer on the backside, working from a higher slot. The fastball reached 71 mph, located to both sides. Threw the breaking ball really well in bullpen session, clocked at 63 mph, working off fastball. Mixed in a changeup as well at 66 mph. At the plate, even feet at shoulder width, loose relaxed hands at shoulder height, flat setup, with some movement to them. Stride is straight and soft, needs more backside drive. The swing is short to the baseball, an all field approach, had an exit velocity of 79 mph and ran a7.58 sixty-yard. The glove is soft at first base, feet move, clean turns and drop steps. The arm was clocked at 72 mph. Strength is a must, time will tell which way he goes, look for a jump in velocity off the mound at some point.

Exit Velocity: 79 mph

Arm Velocity: 72 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.58

2/17/20

5-foot-9, 125-pound, thin, young athletic frame, with plenty of room for added weight. A right-handed hitting two-way player. Off the mound, pounds the zone with a four pitch mix. The delivery is repeated, staying over the backside, clean, longer arm path working from a higher slot. The front glove has some pull down to it. The fastball was clocked at 68-73 mph, pounded the four seamer for strikes. Dropped in a curveball at 57-61 mph. Changeup is an above average pitch, depth, looking like a fastball out of his hand at 61-66 mph. Also threw a small cutter at 70-71 mph. At the plate, even feet, higher hands, with a flat setup, simple stride and level path, producing line drives from the middle to pull side. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 73 mph and ran a 7.69 sixty-yard dash. Defensively, threw 74 mph across the diamond, from 1st to 3rd. The feet are clean, showing proper drops steps on double play starts. The glove is soft on picks and the catch. Overall strength is a must will aid in his development. 

Tee Exit Velocity: 73 mph

Arm Velocity: 74 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.69

2/18/19

5-foot-7, 110-pound, smaller thin athletic frame. At the plate, hits from the right side, feet are even, slightly wider, hands set above the shoulders. The swing is a tick long, hands drop with a slight arm bar, gets around the baseball. The approach is more to middle to opposite, swing creates fly balls. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 65 mph and ran a 4.66 from home to first. Defensively, 67 mph across the diamond, longer arm action form a ¾ slot, opens it early on the backside. The footwork is clean, quick jump turns starting double plays. Works low to the ground, fields out front in an athletic position. Off the mound, this right-hander, has a longer arm swing, working out of a ¾ slot. Direction is in line, with slight pull of lead arm.  The fastball touched 65 mph, down action with arm side run to it. The spin pitch has depth, with tilt and proper break to it, clocked at 53-55 mph. Chance to be an out pitch down the road. Projects for me more off the mound, pounds the zone with a two pitch mix.

Tee Exit Velocity- 65 mph
Arm Velocity- 67 mph
Home to 1st- 4.66


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