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Berlin (HS) • CT
6' 0" • 170LBS
R/R • 22yr 10mo
Travel Team: Team CT Baseball
2019 National

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5-foot-11, 160-pound, average athletic frame, a well proportioned athlete, has added weight over the past couple of years. A two-way player, hits from the right side, feet are slightly wider than shoulder width. The hands are super loose and relaxed at the shoulders. For timing uses a controlled higher leg kick, gains ground, with stride foot. The swing is level to up, working the baseball, more middle to pull. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 83 mph and ran a 7.87 sixty yard dash, on a slow track. Defensively, projects more to play on the right side of the bag. The arm was clocked at 75 mph, from a lower slot. Moves well to the backhand side, works low and through the baseball. Showed proper feeds and turns from both sides of the bag. Off the mound, pounded the zone with a ton of strikes, had a very good outing threw baseball extremely well. The arm actions is super whippy and clean, works from a lower slot, creating a ton of arm side sink. The fastball was clocked at 75-76 mph. Throws a slurvy slider at 66-67 mph, with depth to it, showed the ability to throw it in any count. Projects for me off the mound more, I would try and work the arm slot lower if possible. Could be a weapon out of the bullpen.

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.87

Exit Velocity: 83 MPH

Arm Velocity: 75 MPH


5-foot-8, 145 pounds, well-proportioned with an average athletic build. Throws from a lower ¾ slot, bordering on sidearm, with whippy action. His delivery begins tall, progressing through the mechanics before dropping to a lower arm slot late. There is deception to the delivery as he hides the ball well throughout. Could make slight mechanical adjustment out of the wind-up, as there is a slight hitch that stops all of his momentum. Hyjek filled up the zone with his fastball, living low in the zone. The fastball comes in between 72-74 mph with sink, while his slider was clocked between 62-64 mph. The slider generates tilt, darting out of the zone late. Harnessing the slider for better command is the next step. The changeup, thrown between 66-67 mph, is promising, already showing the proper spin and fade. Hyjek needs to continue developing feel for the change, as he’ll need it to neutralize left handed hitters. With a solid sinker-slider profile from a deceptive delivery, Hyjek could find a role at the next level with continued refinement of his arsenal. With the potential to generate tons of weak contact and ground balls, he’s someone to keep tabs on during the upcoming high school season.


5-foot-6, 135-pound, smaller, thin athletic frame. The shoulders are squared off, has plenty of room to fill out. A two-way player, off the mound this right-handed pitcher works out of a simple, repeatable delivery. The hands start at mid-chest stay there throughout, the separation is on time and builds momentum to the release. The frontside is strong, glove arm stays on target, gets across body just so slightly with lead leg.The arm is short and clean, works out of a natural ¾ slot. The fastball was clocked at 70-71 mph, with sink to the arm side, located the fastball to both sides of the plate with ease. The breaking ball was clocked at 59-60 mph. The changeup is a good pitch, sells it well with good arm speed, clocked at 65-66 mph. Times to the plate were at 1.53-1.65. Offensively, hits from the right side, the hands are held at shoulder height, has a small wrap of the barrel, the lower half setup is slightly open. The swing is level to up, finishes it with one hand, leans back on finish at times.. The approach is gap to gap, took a solid round of BP. Defensively, showed good prep steps, hands are soft and feet work well with hands. The transfer is clean, and keeps feet moving throughout. The arm action is short and clean. The starts and feeds for the double play were started correctly. Strength is a must, will be better suited for second base.

Sixty-Yard Dash: 8.4

Exit Velocity: 74 mph

Arm Velocity: 68 mph


5-foot-5, 120- pounds, small, thin frame, has plenty of room to get stronger and add weight on. A right-handed hitter, with a nice loose swing, hands work smooth through the zone. The stance is open to even, slightly closer, has a small leg kick and gains ground with the stride. The path is level to up and has a good one handed finish. The tee exit velocity was 67 mph and ran hard down the line from home to first. Swings hard and uses entire body, could try and keep head still on contact, is balanced throughout. Defensively, plays up the middle, hands are soft, fields ball out front and keeps his feet moving through transfer to throw. The arm works out of a ¾ slot, clocked at 63 mph, across diamond. First step quickness is a must. On the mound, has tempo and timing in his delivery, repeats it with ease. Pounded the zone with a ton of strikes, the arm action is short and clean on the backside, comes out of a ¾ slot. The fastball was clocked at 63-66 mph, thrown to both sides and was down in the zone. The breaking ball showed some tilt and was thrown for strikes as well, clocked at 53-56 mph. The changeup might be his best pitch, fade to armside, clocked at 60-63 mph, threw it right on right, which isn't easy. A three pitch pitcher, who worked fast, times were good at 1.22, competed at a high level and understands how to pitch.

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