Nicolas Piscioniere
Nicolas Piscioniere
Nicolas Piscioniere
Nicolas Piscioniere
Nicolas Piscioniere
Nicolas Piscioniere

CLASS OF 2024

C
SS

Nicolas
Piscioniere

Shelton (HS) • CT
5-11 • 160LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Technique Tigers

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3/05/22

5-foot-10, 160-pound athletic lean frame. Above average at the plate, the right-handed hitter recorded an exit velocity of 91 mph. (68.8 mph bat speed average). (22.4 mph hand speed average). Began in a balanced wide stance with a rhythmic load, then used a controlled toe tap stride. Has a loose upward swing plane, electric bat speed and high finish. He found multiple barrels with tons of loud contact. Gap to gap aggressive approach. Smooth in the infield, recorded a position velocity of 81 mph; had quick footwork, a clean exchange, and twitchy hands. Movements laterally were athletic and he fields the ball out front. Behind the plate, he recorded a position velocity of 74 mph during throw downs; had soft hands, athletic quick footwork, and a twitchy transfer. showed his ability to throw runners out with an efficient pop time of 1.87-2.14. Staggered setup with tons of flexibility. Consistent accuracy to the bag, used a high ¾ slot and a short quick arm action. Established speed as one of his strengths with an efficient 60 time of 6.99. 

Exit Velocity: 91 mph

Arm Velocity: 81 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 6.99

2/27/22

Nicolas Piscioniere

Player Spotlight 

Nicolas Piscioniere: C/SS, (2024) Shelton, CT. 5-foot-10, 160-pound athletic lanky build. Projectable at the plate, the right-handed hitter's best exit velocity was 88 mph. (65.8 mph bat speed average). (20.6 mph hand speed average). Began in a closed stance with a controlled load, then used a controlled stride. Bat speed is quick developing, has a loose uphill swing plane and good extension on his finish. He found multiple barrels with loud contact. Gap to gap aggressive approach. Projectable while in the infield, recorded position velocities up to 75 mph; had soft developing hands, athletic developing footwork, and a clean natural exchange. Movements laterally were developing and he fields the ball out front. While catching, his best recorded velocity during throw downs was clocked at 72 mph; shows a clean natural transfer, athletic quick feet, and soft developing hands. showed his ability to throw runners out with an efficient pop time of 1.89-1.95. Athletic clean setup. Consistent accuracy to the bases, used a high ¾ slot and a consistent arm action. Performed well in the 60-yard dash, clocking a speedy time of 6.85.  (Max spin ; Avg ). 

Scout Evaluation 

Nicolas Piscioniere, Shelton, 2024, CT

Position: C/SS

Body: 5-foot-10, 160-pound athletic lanky build.

Hit: (RHH) Projectable. Begins in a closed stance with a controlled load, then uses a controlled stride. Quick developing bat speed. Good extension on his finish, loose uphill swing. Gap to gap aggressive approach. 

Power: 88 mph exit velocity, average 79.4 mph. 65.8 mph bat speed average. 20.6 mph hand speed average.

Defense: (C) 1.89-1.95 pop times. Soft developing hands, athletic quick footwork, clean natural exchange. Above average. Athletic clean setup. (IF) Soft developing hands, athletic developing footwork, clean natural exchange. Projectable.  Laterally, movements were developing and fielded the ball out front. 

Arm: 75 mph infield velocity. 72 mph catcher velocity. Consistent arm action, high ¾ slot, consistent accuracy. 

Speed: 6.85 (60-yard).


1/18/21

5-foot-10, 155-pound, longer lean, wiry strong, showing good strength throughout. A right-handed hitting catcher, who can play the infield as well. At the plate, showed very well, hard contact to all fields, wider, slightly open stance. The hands are loose and relaxed, are back on foot strike, is behind the baseball on contact. The swing is level to up, natural lift to it, creating backspin to the baseball. The exit velocity was clocked at 86 mph, hard contact. A good runner for a catcher, ran a 4.44 down the line, showing long athletic strides. From behind the plate, setup is athletic. The feet are super quick in transfer, throwing right from his ear, had a pop time of 1.91-1.97, arm was clocked at 74 mph. The hands are strong on the catch, worked hard in bullpens. Threw 78 mph from shortstop, good flow and actions, momentum towards target. The hands are soft, fielding out front, with good footwork around the bag. A real good athlete, brings a ton of value can play multiple spots.

Exit Velocity: 86 mph

Arm Velocity: 78 mph

Home to 1st: 4.44

7/22/20

5-foot-10, 150-pound, long and lean, wiry strength. Plenty of room to fill out. A right-handed hitting two-way player, showed extremely well. At the plate, feet are even,  hands are set at shoulder height, higher back elbow. The lower half is under control, small pick up, gains ground, small step in. The swing works with easy effort, fluid through the zone, creating natural lift and loft. Took a solid road of batting practice, with quality at bats in game play. The exit velocity was clocked at 86 mph and is a good runner, ran a 7.16 sixty-yard dash, long strider, easy athletic kick. Defensively, in the infield, clean, smooth prep steps, feet move throughout. Fielding out front, working low to ground, using little wasted movement. The arm action is super clean, clocked at 77 mph, easy carry and flight across the diamond. Showed clean starts and turns on the double play ball. Behind the plate, had a pop time of 2.05-2.10. All throws on or close. Moving very well behind the plate, secures the pitch, is quick to the block and recovers quick. Big follow. tons of athletic ability, projection.

Exit Velocity: 86 mph

Arm Velocity: 77 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.16

1/20/20

5-foot-10, 140-pound, thin, longer athletic frame, with plenty of room for added weight. A right-handed hitting catcher, who worked out at shortstop as well. The top tool is his speed and overall athletic ability, a twitchy athlete, ran a 4.06 down the line from home to 1st.  At the plate, a wider setup, small squat, front starts open, for timing use a smooth toe tap. The hands are set above the shoulders, back elbow is extended outward, swing is level to up, gets through the baseball, finishing high with one hand. Shows to have good strength and bat speed for a freshman, clocked at 75 mph. The swing will smooth out of time. Defensively, feet are quick behind the plate, arm action is a tick longer, could shorten, throws from a higher slot, clocked at 64 mph, with a pop time of 2.19-2.22. Moved well receiving the baseball during the bullpens. In the infield shows average actions, the arm was clocked at 68 mph.  Will need to add strength, solid looking young player. 

Tee Exit Velocity: 75 mph

Arm Velocity: 68 mph

Home to 1st: 4.03

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