Noah Jerolman
Noah Jerolman

CLASS OF 2018

RHP
OF

Noah
Jerolman

Curry College
Branford (HS) • CT
6-2 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CT Edge

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11.1.17

6-foot-2, 175-pound, wide, large athletic frame. The shoulders are squared off, back is wide, arms and legs are long, a well proportioned athlete with room to fill out. A right-handed pitcher, has an athletic leg raise with some coil at its peak. The arm action is long on the backside, comes through from a high ¾ slot, and gets a good angle to plate, working downhill, delivery has some deception to it, hides the baseball well. The direction of the lower half is much improved, front glove has minimal pull to it,for the most part is squared up to the plate on release. The fastball was clocked at 74-77 mph, with it located down in the zone, hammering it to outer half, looks to be heavy. The breaking ball was clocked at 62-63 mph, has 11/7 break to it, thrown for strikes, can place it for a get me over as well as a putaway pitch. The changeup was clocked at 66-68 mph with down action with depth. The fastball has more velocity in there, could speed delivery up more will help with arm speed. Times to the plate were at 1.6-1.85. Interesting prospect, will be extremely physical at some point, look for his game to continue to rise.


 
 
1/21/2017
6-foot-2, 167-pound, long, lengthy, wide shoulder athletic frame. The neck is long and shows to have plenty of room to fill out. A right-handed pitcher, the hands start and stay low, has a power leg kick with some coil to it at its peak. The separation is on time and in the center of his body, arm action is longer on back side, has no hesitation throughout. The arm works out of a high ¾ slot. The lead leg lands closed and slightly across his body. The fastball was clocked at 74-75 mph, pitched down hill and located it to both sides of the plate, 2 seam fastball had action to arm side. The breaking ball was clcoked at 65-66 mph, has proper shape to it, needs to be thrown harder. The change up was clocked at 68-70 mph, had depth and downward action to it. Times to the plate were at 1.55. The lower half needs to be more direct, will help with finishing off the pitches. At the plate, hits from the right side, the stance is even and slightly wider than shoulder width. The hands are held above the back shoulder, with elbow extended back. For timing uses a small leg kick, swing is level to up and finishes with two hands. The barrel is in and out of the zone quick, needs to stay on it longer. The tee exit velocity was 78 mph and ran a 7.4 sixty yard dash. Defensively, worked out in the outfield, showed good prep steps, leading into the ball, could attack more aggressively. The footwork in transfer, steps behind, needs to gain ground moving forward. The arm action is long on the back, was clocked at 75 mph. Projects for me as more of a pitcher, with the large frame, there is more in the arm.

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