Logan Wenzel
Logan Wenzel
Logan Wenzel
Logan Wenzel
Logan Wenzel
Logan Wenzel




Central Connecticut State
Middletown (HS) • CT
6-1 • 190LBS • L/L
Travel Team: East Shore


2021 National

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6-foot-1, 190-pound left-handed pitcher. I thought he threw the ball extremely well at the event. The ball comes out of his hand nicely and he shows a workable, repeatable delivery. The arm is clean and free. The tracking of the front shoulder can be held longer to add to his extension and velocity. Good looking arm and athlete. The fastball sat 83-84 mph, minimal arm side action to the pitch. The spin pitch was 68-70 mph, solid in shape but could use more fastball hand speed to it. The changeup was 75-77 mph and a tick too hard as he needs a grip adjustment. Good looking arm from what I saw. 


6-foot-1, 190-pound, strong physical athletic frame. Already filling out, has strength throughout. A left-handed pitcher, pounded the zone with a two pitch mix. The delivery is repeatable, strong on the back half, has some forward lean to him, could stay over backside a tick longer. The arm action is clean, working free and easy, comes out of a 3/4 to high 3/4 slot. Lands inline with minimal pull to the frontside. The fastball touched 82 mph, fairly straight, located to both sides of the plate. Throws a harder, slurvey breaking ball, clocked at 70 mph, later break with proper shape and tilt to it. Thrown for strikes and can be used to put hitters away. Threw a changeup as well, will need to add feel and comfort to this pitch. The frame is durable, attacks and is aggressive, look for the velocity to spike at some point. 


5-foot-11, 165-pound left-handed pitcher. The fastball touched 78 mph, minimal arm side action to the pitch. The spin pitch in big in shape, sitting at 67 mph. The pitch needs added fastball hand speed to it. The changeup is a work in progress. The delivery is online with the feet and above 3/4 in slot. The direction of the top half is poor, causing him to come offline and didn't show the ability to stay with his arm. The lift is repeated, small coil at the top. Small recoil after the ball is let go of. Better tracking of the front shoulder would aid the development on the mound,.


6-foot, 170-pound, strong, wide shoulders and back, put together well, has strength throughout. A left-handed pitcher, controlled compact delivery. A side stepper into leg raise, athletic kick, hands start and stay at mid chest. The direction is inline with lower half, firm front leg on strike. The glove side, swings off, could track longer. The arm action has average length to it, working out of a ¾ slot. The fastball sat at 77-78 mph, up a few from last event. The 4-seamer, straight run to it, with 2-seamer having action to it. The breaking ball has slight horizontal break, showed depth with late action, clocked at 68 mph. The changeup has cut action at times, still needs more feel for it, clocked at 70-72 mph, works well off the fastball velocity. I think over time velocity will climb, strong durable left-handed pitcher. Shows the ability to swing the bat as well, gap power at the moment. The arm was clocked at 82 mph, downhill flight from the outfield. High follow for me.


6-foot, 185-pound, strong athletic frame, strength throughout, shoulders are sloped and back is wide. A left-handed pitcher, hands start a midsection, work up with his rocker step. The leg raise is athletic, separation is clean and on time, steps across his body, with pull to the front side. The front glove/shoulder needs to be locked down and inline a tick longer. The stride foot could lengthy, will help him stay in line longer. The arm action is shorter, works out of a ¾ to high ¾ slot. The fastball was clocked at 73-76 mph, works the fastball to all four spots changing the eye level. The breaking ball has two different breaks, the vertical break is at 57 mph, and the horizontal break is a bit harder at 63 mph, has sweeping action to it, showed the ability to the throw it for strikes. Looks to be tough to hit against left-handed hitters.


5-foot-10, 150-pound, average athletic frame the neck is long, shoulders are sloped and back is wide, has the frame to add weight and mass. The lower half has strength and is put together well. A two-way player, showed well on both sides of the field. At the plate, hits from the left side, feet are wider than shoulder width are in line, hands are held at shoulder height, bat starts in a good flat position. For timing uses a small controlled toe tap, hands get and stay back, transfers the weight from the back to the front. The swing is level to up, finishes with two hands at shoulder height, leans back at times, could flatten swing on contact and finish a bit. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 70 mph, ran a 4.62 from home to first. During game, collected at single with an RBI. Defensively, worked out in the outfield, arm was clocked at 73 mph, feet are good, steps through hard, gains ground. Throws were down hill, gave the fielder something to handle. Strength is above average for his age. Off the mound, starts with a larger side step, hands are quiet, stay in the mid section, has a controlled athletic leg raise. The back side is strong, stays tall and works down hill. The front side is inline. The arm works out of a natural ¾ slot, fastball was clocked at 70-72 mph has a ton left in there.  The curveball showed good shape, thrown softer at 56-59 mph. Good looking young athlete, has a big future, time will tell which way he will go, strength is a must.

Home-First: 4.62
Exit Velocity: 70 MPH
Arm Velocity: 73 MPH

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