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CLASS OF 2019

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Central Connecticut State
Fairfield Ludlowe (HS) • CT
5-10 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CT Rage & Connecticut Wolfpack

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6/18/20

5-foot-10, 185 pounds, strong, muscular build, sloped shoulders, physically mature, looks the part of a Division I baseball player with strength in both halves. Ran a 7.33 sixty yard dash. Standing even in the box, Camera impressed during BP, showing serious pop to all fields. Triggers the swing with a moderate leg kick. Loose hands work from shoulder height, whips bat through the zone along a level-up bat path and strong one hand finish. Tee exit velocity was measured at 94 MPH, another area in which he has shown improvement over the past year. Athletic behind the plate, gains ground on throws down to second. Throws from a high ¾ slot and was clocked up to 81 MPH out of the chute. As a third baseman, Camera throws from a natural ¾ slot, gets his body into the throw, and was up to 85 MPH across the diamond. Glove works well, especially on the backhand. Crisp actions with some polish in the footwork. Has the physical tools and skill set to profile as an above average offensive and defensive producer, hitting in the middle of the order and working as either a catcher or third baseman. He’s a worthy follow still uncommitted in Connecticut’s 2019 class.

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.33

Exit Velocity: 94 mph

Arm Velocity: 81  mph


 
 
6/20/17

5-foot-10, 175-pound, strong, thick durable catchers frame. The shoulders are rounded, hands and lower half have strength to them. A right-handed hitting offensive catcher. The stance is balanced throughout, the feet are inline, just wider than shoulder width. The hands are loose and quiet at shoulder height, for timing has a small controlled stride, hands get and stay back, is on time when he strikes the baseball. The swing is flat across his chest, stays through the baseball very well, keeps the barrel in the zone a long time. The finish is high with one hand. Makes hard solid contact, gets the ball deep in gaps. The approach is middle to pull, tee exit velocity was an easy 88 mph, and ran a 4.66 down the line. In game swings were good, collected a couple base hits. Defensively, worked behind the plate. The setup is relaxed, hands are soft, are strong, feet are quick, transfer could be quicker, hands push away from frame. The arm is a top tool, clocked at 77 mph, has plenty of strength, throws are downhill and on a line. Pop times were recorded at 2.0-2.09. One of the better throwing catchers in the area.

Home - First: 4.66

Exit Velocity: 88 mph

Arm Velocity: 77 mph
 


2/18/17
5-foot-10, 175-pound, average strong athletic frame, hands and wrists have strength to them. The neck is long, shoulders are squared off, back is wide, has room to fill out. One of the better players at this workout, one pleasant surprise. A right-handed hitter, with an advanced approach at the plate. Looks to drive the ball gap to gap, with good discipline of the strike zone. The stance, feet are even at shoulder width and starts just so slightly open and gets back to even with his controlled stride. The hands are loose and quiet, start just above his shoulder, they stay back and have separation from the body. The swing is direct to the ball, level across the chest and finishes with one hand above shoulder. The approach is middle of the field, stays through the ball well, squared one ball up after another during his round of BP, very impressive. Defensively, is relaxed and balanced behind the dish. The hands are strong when receiving, keeps ball in the zone, gets underneath the low pitch. The feet and hands work well together, glove to throwing hand during transfer. Pop times of 2.05-2.13 and was clocked at 76 mph down to second. The action is short and clean on the backside, throws were downhill and on the proper side of the bag. Is extremely aggressive with his throws. Big time prospect, get out and see him early and often.

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.35

Exit Velocity: 89 mph

Arm Velocity: 76 mph
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