Matthew Rados
Matthew Rados
Matthew Rados
Matthew Rados

CLASS OF 2021

RHP
1B

Matthew
Rados

Central Connecticut State
St. Thomas Moore (HS) • CT
6-5 • 220LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Team Connecticut Baseball

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2021 National

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6/19/19

6-foot-4, 215 -pound right-handed pitcher. The fastball sat 83-84 mph, leverage was downhill at times. The spin pitch is a slider, ranging from 71-76 mph. The changeup is a developing pitch. The delivery is online with the feet and slightly above 3/4 in slot. The tracking is done well, and the frame projects. The arms are very long and the arm swing is clean, ball comes out from near the ear at times. Follow for me as he is an interesting 2021 graduate. 

10/08/18

6-foot-4, 190-pound, large physical frame, shoulders and back are wide, plenty of room for advancement. Currently a two-way player, projects more off the mound, continues to improve and impress.  A right-handed pitcher, hands start and stay high, high leg raise, gets loaded up, direction looks to be clean, gets out front on release with good extension. The arm action is long and works out of a ¾ slot. The lower back half is used well, gets power from the back leg. The fastball was consistently at 84 mph, located to both sides with action to arm side, bore run to it. The fastball gets on the hitter quick, jumps when it gets to the plate. The breaking ball reached 73 mph, more horizontal sweep and break, chance to be a legit out pitch at some point. At the plate, hits from the right side, loose hands, even feet. The swing is short to contact, finishes with two hands. The path is level to up, had a tee exit velocity of 84 mph and ran a 4.57 from home to first. Defensively, solid, large target to throw to at first base. The arm was clocked at 79 mph across the diamond. Showed accurate drop steps in starting the double play. Look for the velocity to continue to climb off the mound, hitters had a hard time squaring the baseball up against him, good follow.

Home-First: 4.57
Exit Velocity: 84 MPH
Arm Velocity: 79 MPH

8/23/18

6-foot-4, 190-pound, large, athletic frame. The neck is long, shoulders are squared off and back is wide, has room for future development. Worked out off the mound and at first base, projects out for me as a pitcher. Off the mound, arm is powerful, fastball reached 83 mph, heavy ball, with cut and sink action to it. The slider is a legit pitch, reached 74 mph, more sweeper/horizontal break, it's late and gives hitters major problems. The delivery is simple, works from set position, stride is long and in line to late. The front glove, could track a tick longer, slight pull to it. Looks to be aggressive and attacks the hitter, had a dominating performance. At the plate, wider setup, with front foot starting slightly open, hands are relaxed at the shoulders. The hands have separation from the body, swing is level through the zone, rolls late with good extension out front. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 79 mph, with more in there, needs to tap into lower half.  The approach was more middle to pull, creates some loft to the swing. Defensively, gets off the bag at first well, uses good drops steps on the double play starts, hands are soft on the catch and picks. The arm was clocked at 81 mph across the diamond, showed good strength and carry. Love the ability to spin the baseball, with late life to fastball, look for him to climb in the next 6 months.

Sixty-Yard Dash: 8.00
Exit Velocity: 79 MPH
Arm Velocity: 81 MPH

7/27/16

6-foot-2, 155-pound, long, lengthy young athlete. The neck, arms and upper torso are all long, has plenty of room to fill out.  A right-handed hitter, hands are close to the middle part of his body, are loose and get back into a good hitting position. The feet are slightly wider than shoulder width. The lower half is under control and has a minimal stride. The swing is flat through the zone, has a little arm bar. The tee exit velocity was 72 mph, finishes with two hands. In game performance was good, squared two balls up, ran a 4.97 from home to first. Defensively plays the outfield, arm was clocked at 67 mph. The arm action is long and clean and comes out of a natural ¾ slot. The approach to ball was good, but needs to step through harder and get body moving quicker. On the mound, this right-hander works from the set position. The fastball has some sink to it, was clocked at 66-67 mph and curveball was clocked at 52 mph and change up was at 62 mph. The lower half needs to get more involved, will help with velocity instantly. Only going to be a freshman, has plenty of time, frame projects out.

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