Sean Scanlon
Sean Scanlon
Sean Scanlon
Sean Scanlon
Sean Scanlon
Sean Scanlon
Sean Scanlon
Sean Scanlon
Sean Scanlon




Holy Cross
Avon Old Farms (HS) • CT
6-1 • 200LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Northeast Pride


2021 National

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6-foot-1, 190-pound, strong, larger, physical athletic frame. A left-handed hitter, punished the baseball in batting practice, starts with a wider stance, even feet. The hands are loaded higher, simple pick up and put down with stride foot. The swing is level through the zone, finishing higher with two hands. The approach is to the middle of the field, showing enough power to beat the outfielders, had an exit velocity of 98 mph, baseball jumps off the bat. Runs well for a bigger player, running the sixty-yard dash in 7.06. Shows arm strength threw 87 mph across the diamond, featuring soft hands and good flow. From the outfield, tracked the baseball with ease, threw 85 mph to the plate. Powerful player, looks to have a good future. 


Physical: Advanced physicality throughout a powerful 6-foot-1, 190-pound frame with sneaky athleticism in the movements. Holy Cross commit.

Offensively: LHH. Wide, balanced stance with a slight bend in the knees and the hands starting high at the ear with the barrel pointed back over the shoulder. Utilized a repeatable lift and replace stride to create stretch with a load deep to the shoulder allowing for hip shoulder separation in the launch. The barrel worked fluidly through a slightly uphill path while contacting the ball out in front of the plate; this combination yielded an eye popping 70% hard hit percentage during batting practice which was a top 5 measurable at the event. Also featured a 40% line drive percentage according to Trackman Baseball with a max of 96 mph bat-exit velocity, which suggests high level bat to ball skills and advanced feel for the approach. 

Pitching: RHP - Deliberate pace in the delivery with a high leg lift at the top of the stack, gets straight line towards the target with good leg drive out of a strong backside. Arm worked full circle with fluidity through a high ¾ slot with intent on an 83-85 T86 mph FB in the zone peaking at 2171 RPM spin. Countered with a 73-75 mph CB with 11/5 shape and 1974 average spin according to Trackman Baseball. A 79-81 mph CH gave hitters issues in the box with near fastball arm speed while creating deception.


Physical: Athletic and strong 6-foot-1, 190-pound frame with plenty of physicality in the actions. 7.15 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: LHH. Wide, balanced stance with the hands starting high above the shoulder. Utilized a leg hang stride coupled with a slight backwards load behind the shoulder allowing for stretch and a slightly uphill barrel path to play with quickness through the hitting zone. Showcased present glide to the ball creating extra juice when on time but occasional timing issues in game. The top hand played with authority through impact and allowed for a loud batting practice round with multiple balls leaving the yard to RF. Hit into a stiff front side while recording an impressive 97 mph bat-exit velocity per Trackman Baseball and a max raw distance of 363 feet. 

Defensively: The primary third baseman showed off a moderately low center of gravity with ability to beat the ball to the spot with regularity while featuring a strong lower half that created range to either side. Soft glove hand played with aggression out in front, made the play on the run extremely well for his size. The transfers were fluid and played into ability to play at a quick pace in gameplay if need be. Recorded an accurate throwing arm across the diamond out of a long, high ¾ slot and should stick on the left side of the infield moving forward at the next level. 3B - 86 mph 

Pitching: RHP - Worked 83-86 mph in the zone with the fastball out of a high ¾ arm-slot that is long in the back and got quality extension on the front side (max of 2172 spin rate per Trackman Baseball). Commanded a 73-75 mph CB showing 11/5 shape and feel for spin at 2110 RPM. Countered with a 79-81 mph CH demonstrating effectiveness due to arm speed out of the same release window. 


6-foot-1, 190-pounds with an athletic frame and strong build. Ran a 7.31 60 Yard Dash. Offensively - Balanced, upright stance that is slightly open to the pitcher. Forward stride gets him square at landing in a wider, athletic base. Hands stay loaded above the shoulder. Barrel gets on plane early and stays behind the baseball. Hits against a firm strong side with full hip rotation. Consistent extension after contact. High finish to swing. Exit Velocity was 90 MPH. Defensively - Light on his feet at 3B. Stays balanced when moving laterally. Receives ball in low, athletic base. Loose arm action that could shorten up to be  better suited for INF. Exchanges ball with good tempo/rhythm. Arm strength was 85 MPH. Pitching - Quick paced delivery with fluid throwing actions. Keeps weight back before getting into landing. Short stride allows him to stay on top of the baseball. High 3/4 release with clean, projectable arm action. FB range from 81-82 MPH and topped at 83 MPH with life. Throws sharp 11/5 CB with fastball hand-speed at 68-70 MPH. Next level prospect who has 2-way potential


Big body with solid features. Long legs help to generate power towards the plate. Works at a steady pace and stays very controlled down the mound. Tends to open towards LH batter box with front leg strike. Long loose arm with live action on his FB. Some armside run with FB. CB/SLD has 11/5 action that breaks late with good down action. Consistently gets lower half push and hip rotation. More velo to come.


Scanlon ran a 7.42-60.  Arm strength from the infield measured at 79-MPH.  Pitching- fastball ranging from 82-83-MPH with a fastball topping out at 83-MPH and a curve sitting at 66-MPH.

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