Shane Walsh
Shane Walsh

CLASS OF 2019

OF
2B

Shane
Walsh

St Josephs (HS) • CT
5-10 • 150LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Ct Gators

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2019 National

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1.15.18

5-foot-10, 150-pound, average athletic frame. Shoulders are squared off, well proportioned throughout, has plenty of room to fill out, showed to have athleticism on both sides of the field, ran a 7.51 sixty with more in there as he gets stronger. A right-handed hitting outfielder, didn’t throw at this event. At the plate, feet are shoulder width apart, front foot is open. The hands are set at shoulder height, bat starting with a good angle, for timing uses a small knee to knee controlled buckle. The swing is flat through the zone, small pause at the beginning part of the swing, recovers and swing is smooth throughout.  Finishes the swing off with two hands at shoulder height. The approach is more line drive to the middle part of the field. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 79 mph, barrel has life to it on contact. Defensively, arm was shut down, needed rest from fall season. The prep steps and footwork during transfer are correct. The feet look to be quick, gains ground and steps through hard and aggressive. The  routes and angles getting to the baseball are correct and quick. Like the over athleticism, someone to follow.  

Tee Exit Velocity: 79 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.51


 

 
2-18-17

5-foot-9, 150-pound, thin, long and lengthy athletic frame. The shoulders are sloped has plenty of room to fill out. The hands look to have some quickness to them, with whip like actions to them. A right-handed hitter, the stance is slightly open, gets back to even. The hands start at shoulder height, they get back in his load, with the bat being tilted just so slightly. The swing is down to level to up, the approach is more pull. The hands roll late and creates some lift to the swing, took a solid round of BP. Defensively, worked out in the outfield, prep steps to the ball are under control, could attack a bit more. The footwork is correct during transfer, and gains ground towards target, stride could be slightly longer, will get him out front a bit more, throws will be more down hill more. The arm action is shorter, ball comes out of a lower ¾ slot, it's clean and works freely. Good looking young athlete, strength is must, will aide in his development, someone to follow.

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.65

Exit Velocity: 78 mph

Arm Velocity: 70 mph
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