Tim Cotter
Tim Cotter
Tim Cotter




Sacred Heart
Kingswood Oxford (HS) • CT
6-5 • 215LBS • R/R
Travel Team: American Legion Post 96


2020 National

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6-foot-3, 185-pound, long, lengthy frame, shoulders are squared off, neck is long, has plenty of room to fill out. A right-handed hitting catcher and third basemen, performed well on both sides of the field. At the plate is balanced throughout, feet are set wider than shoulder width, are even, uses a small controlled leg kick, gains ground with stride foot. The hands are loose at the shoulders, bat starts in a flat position, swing is flat through the zone, and finishes high with one hand. The swing has some loft and lift to, it’s through the baseball and keeps the barrel in the zone a long time. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 83 mph, with a ton more in there as he physically matures, showed good hard contact in game play. Defensively, is arm is his top tool, arm was clocked at 81 mph, and was clocked at 82 mph from third base. Pop time down to second was clocked at 1.93-2.06, throws are on a line and on or near the bag. The footwork, is quick and gains ground with it, has a good flow behind the dish. The hands show softness to them on the receiving side of things, grabs the low pitch well. At third base, shows to have good prep steps moves well to both sides and baseball has easy life and carry out of the hand. Big time prospect, bat has life and path is advanced.

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.89
Exit Velocity: 83 mph
Arm Velocity: C-81 mph, INF-82 mph

Future Games
6-foot-3, 185-pound, long and lengthy athletic frame. The frame has plenty of room for future development. A two way prospect that works from the behind the dish and off the mound, eventually will have to pick one spot, or move to a corner infield position. At the plate, wider balanced approach, feet are even, hands are loose at the shoulders. For timing uses a higher leg kick, gains ground with stride foot. The swing is level to up through the zone, keeps barrel in zone a long time. The approach is more gap to gap, with added strength could turn into more of a power hitter. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 91 mph, collected 3 hits in game play with quality at bats. Defensively, worked well with pitchers, had a pop time of 1.97- 2.01, with an arm at 83 mph, one of the better arms from behind the plate at this event. Off the mound, fastball reached 86 mph, this was after 3 full days of heavy throwing. The curve ball shows to have good velocity, clocked at 72-74 mph, with one touching 77 mph in warmups. The delivery needs to be smoothed out a tick, hands continue to raise as he starts momentum to the plate, not in sync all the way, easy fix with reps. Looks to tuck front side glove early. Lots to love about this one, long term maybe off the mound. Receiving interests from multiple schools.

Sixty-Yard: 7.60
Exit Velocity: 91 MPH
Arm Velocity: 83 MPH

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