Alec Ducasse
Alec Ducasse
Alec Ducasse
Alec Ducasse
Alec Ducasse




East Tennessee State
Flanagan (HS) • FL
5-10 • 165LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Elite Squad


2020 National

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07/28/18- Uncommitted. Currently stands at 5-foot-9, 140 pounds on a lean frame that shows some quick twitch. The athleticism translates defensively, where he shows range and a quick and clean transfer. Offensively, he shows quick hands, and when he is level through the zone and to extension he shows ability to drive the ball from gap to gap. The athleticism plays and will continue to improve as he adds strength. 

1/27/18- Lean, compact frame standing at 5-foot-8, 140 pounds with quick twitch and athleticism. Offensively, he starts from a wide base with a big leg kick for his load and quick hands to the ball. At times he can be a little out in front, but when he stays back on the ball and stays in rhythm with his swing and leg kick, he shows the ability to drive the ball into the gaps. Ducasse will continue to improve and become more consistent at the plate as he continues to add to his frame and utilize more of his lower half. Registered an 84 mph exit velocity in the cage. In the field, he shows athletic actions, bounce in his step, and the ability to range freely to his right and left. Fields the ball under control and throws to the bag were accurate, topping out at 78 mph. Clocked in at 7.24 seconds in the 60 yard dash.

09/30/17- The right handed hitting middle infielder has a  toe-tap load and short load with his hands offensively. With the little separation, he has to use mostly hands. His hands work well, but the steepness of the path and minimal use of his lower half has him in the zone for a shorter period of time. If he has get into the lower half more and level the path, the hands work well and will translate to more consistency. What really stands out is his defensive ability. He is twitchy and athletic and plays better than the 7.33 speed. He shows the ability to range well to both sides and has a lot of faith in his above average hands. The defense really plays and there is potential offensively. 

08/16/17- The twitchy middle infielder stood out a the South Florida Underclass continued to stand out. He has a quick first step and his hands really work in the middle. Offensively, the path works and will continue to improve with added strength. 

08/06/17- The 5-foot-8, 140-pound middle infielder is a little undersized, but shows a lot of twitchy, athletic actions. At short, he works under control with a quick first step. The hands work extremely well out in front of his body, showed range to both glove and hand sides both in the workout and the game. Overall the defensive actions project really well. Offensively, he has a toe-tap load with a short level swing through the zone. He showed the ability to find the barrel with line drives from gap-to-gap in batting practice. Overall the athletic, twitchy actions project both defensively and offensively.  

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