Kyle Suraci
Kyle Suraci
Kyle Suraci




Bridgewater College
The Morgan School (HS) • CT
5-10 • 170LBS • S/R
Travel Team: CT Rivals 18U


2020 National

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5-foot-10, 170-pound, average athletic frame, squared off shoulders, hands and wrists have above average strength to them. A right-handed hitting middle infielder, shows the ability to play all three spots. The top tool is a his ability to swing the bat. Looks to use the entire field, punishing the baseball to the opposite field gap. The batting practice was impressive, had an event best tee exit velocity, of 93 mph and ran a 7.19. Defensively threw 82 mph across the diamond. The arm, works out of a 3/4 to higher 3/4 slot. Moves well to both sides, correct starts and turns on double plays. Made all routine plays in game play, showed feel and rhythm on slow roller pro move. Off the mound, pounded the zone with a two pitch mix, fastball was clocked at 78 mph, along with a breaking ball of 66 mph. The delivery is simple, stays tall on the back side, direction is inline, building momentum to home plate.  Works quick, attacks and holds runners well. Look for him to hit at the next level.

Tee Exit Velocity: 93 mph
Arm Velocity: 82 mph
Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.19


5-foot-10, 170-pound, strong, athletic frame. A well proportioned athlete, sloped shoulders, hands and wrists have strength. A right-handed hitting middle infielder, showed well on both sides of the field. At the plate, more of a backside approach, shows to have above average power to the gaps, has an understanding on how to go opposite. The feet are shoulder width apart, front foot slightly open, hands are super loose and relaxed, starting higher than shoulder height. For timing uses a high controlled leg kick, getting weight loaded up on the back side. The swing is level to up, keeps hands in side the baseball, barrel stays in the zone, driving it to oppo gap with authority, had a tee exit velocity of 90 mph. Defensively, threw 81 mph across the diamond, works around the baseball, low to the ground, feet are active and clean, moving throughout. The arm action is short and clean. Showed solid, turns from both sides of the bag, looks to be able to play all three infield spots. Off the mound, pounded the zone with a three pitch mix, fastball clocked at 77 mph, down in the zone with sink. The breaking ball was 65 mph, proper spin and action to it, showed feel for a changeup. The delivery has tempo to it, hands start low and work up with athletic lift, arm action is clean working out of a 3/4 slot. Potential to help out of the bullpen, solid offensive player, valuable being able to play all three spots in infield, good prospect, will help.

Tee Exit Velocity: 90 mph
Arm Velocity: 81 mph
Home-First: 4.66 mph


5-foot-10, 170-pound, strong, thick, athletic frame. A right-handed hitter, balanced simple approach at the plate. The feet are even, slightly wider than shoulder width, hands are relaxed at the shoulders, with bat starting in more of a flat position. For timing uses higher, smooth leg raise, gets the weight loaded on the back side, gains ground with stride foot, gets it down on time and hits off a firm front side. The approach was from gap to gap, created length and lift. The swing is level to up, stays through the baseball, finishes with two hands at the shoulders. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 85 mph, hard contact, backend of batting practice round was hit with authority. The sixty-yard dash was clocked at 7.50 track was wet. Defensively, arm was clocked at 80 mph, from a ¾ to high ¾ slot, arm action has average length to it. The footwork is correct, gets around the baseball, with momentum throughout. Moves well to both sides, with proper feeds and turns on double lay. Projects for me more as a power hitting second baseman, or potentially to play third base at times. The bat should play and arm is a weapon from the second base side.

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.50
Exit Velocity: 85 MPH
Arm Velocity: 80 MPH


5-foot-10, 170-pounds, average athletic frame, shoulders are sloped, has room to add weight on, well proportioned athlete. A right-handed hitter, feet are even, slightly wider than shoulder width. The hands are loose and relaxed, bats starts in flat position above the back shoulder. For timing uses a small controlled leg kick, gets the weight and hands back, has some separation with the upper body. The swing is flat to up, keeps the barrel in the zone for a good amount of time, and has a 2-handed finish. The approach is more middle of the field, showing to have good gap power to the pull side. The swing creates some lift to it, with backspin. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 86 mph, shows to have good bat speed for his age and ran a clean 7.26 sixty-yard dash. Defensively, simple approach works from the ground up, feet move throughout, uses the entire body to field and throw the baseball. The hands were soft and out front on the catch. The arm was clocked at 79 mph, good strength. Showed to have average mobility side to side. Good follow, has strength throughout, projects for me more at third base or long term possible offensive second baseman.

Sixty-yard Dash: 7.26
Exit Velocity: 86 mph
Arm Velocity: 79 mph

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