Nicholas Bracale
Nicholas Bracale
Nicholas Bracale
Nicholas Bracale
Nicholas Bracale
Nicholas Bracale




Mitchell College
Notre Dame West Haven (HS) • CT
5-10 • 150LBS • R/R
Travel Team: The Clubhouse


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5-foot-10, 160-pound, long, lean athletic frame, showing wiry strength throughout, with plenty of room for added weight gains. A right-handed hitting catcher, has made monster strides behind the plate. Recording a pop time of 1.91-1.94, footwork is extremely quick in transfer. The arm was clocked at 73 mph, working free an easy, has room for more growth, all throws on target. The setup is athletic, working low to the ground, moves well to both sides, anticipates the dirt ball, is super quick and athletic getting to his feet. At the plate, has a balanced approach, starting slightly open, hands are loose and relaxed at the shoulders. The swing is short to contact, hands working inside the baseball, swing path is level to up, stays through it and finishes higher with one hand. The approach is gap to gap, creates backspin, showing enough juice to beat the outfielders, collected a home run in game play. A sleeper, will be good for someone.

Exit Velocity: 86 mph

Arm Velocity: 73 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.56


5-foot-10, 130-pound, longer, thin athletic frame. The shoulders are squared off, with room for future development. A right-handed hitting catcher. At the plate, took a solid round of batting practice from the right side. Starts slightly open, gets back to even, hands are super loose, pre-pitch movement to them. The swing is level to up, keeps the barrel in the zone working the baseball from gap to gap, with a line drive approach. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 75 mph and ran a 4.75 mph. Defensively, is advanced behind the plate, the setup is super relaxed, low to the ground, hands being soft on the catch. The arm was clocked at 72 mph, with a pop time of 1.97-2.06. All throws were on bag, showed well in game play. Solid follow.

Tee Exit Velocity: 75 mph
Arm Velocity: 72 mph
Home-first: 4.75 


5-foot-10, 130-pound right-handed hitting catcher and infielder. Ran a 7.55 sixty on the laser at the event. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 74 mph. The setup is even in base, front foot steps into the swing. The path is in and out of the strike zone, needs to be flattened to improve contact point. The frame needs to add physical strength to aid the development of his game 

Tee Exit Velocity - 74 mph


5-foot-9, 125-pound right-handed hitting catcher and infielder. Ran a 4.88 down the line on his dig to first base at the event. Threw 66 mph from behind the dish, pop time of 2.12. The feet can be cleaned up during the transfer and he showed a short throwing path. The receiving is a work in progress, securing the catch and softening the glove needs to be worked on. Threw 69 mph across the diamond from shortstop to first base. The prep steps need to be cleaned up to aid the throwing process. The glove is solid. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 75 mph. The setup is even in base, front foot slightly open to start. The front foot has a big leg lift as the ball approaches. The path is uphill and he uses a 1-handed finish after contact.

Tee Exit Velocity- 75 mph
Catching Velocity- 66 mph
Pop Time- 2.12
INF Velocity- 69 mph


5-foot-9, 126-pound, small, thin athletic frame, shoulders are rounded. A right-handed hitting catcher, who had a great workout. At the plate, hands are super loose and relaxed just above the shoulders. The feet are shorter than shoulder width, front foot starts open. For timing uses a small controlled leg kick, stride is longer, hands and weight stay back, front foot gets down on time, transfer the weight from back side to front. The swing is level to up, could flatten it a tick, however stays through it well and keeps the barrel in the zone a long time. The approach is to all fields, had a tee exit velocity 82 mph. The sixty-yard dash was recorded at 7.95. Defensively, had a pop time of 2.06-2.10 and arm was clocked at 69 mph. The arm works out of a high ¾ slot, throws were on or close to the second base bag. The transfer is a tick long, glove to hand could be quicker, easy fix with reps. The athletic ability is above average for his age, strength will aid in the development, look for the game to rise over the next year, good follow.

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.95
Exit Velocity: 82 MPH
Arm Velocity: 69 MPH

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