Brandon McBride
Brandon McBride

CLASS OF 2019

3B
SS

Brandon
McBride

Gardner-Webb
East Ridge (HS) • FL
5-10 • 166LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Power Baseball
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11/20/2018- Committed to Gardner-Webb
08/20/17- Stands at 5-foot-10, 166 pounds with a solid frame. In the field he showed the ability to the range to his right and left while fielding the ball out in front and under control. Sure hands and fields the ball cleanly. Throws were accurate to the bag as he topped out at 71 mph across the diamond. At the plate he has an open stance and has a level path through the zone with good timing and rhythm which resulted in multiple line drives during batting practice. Clocked in at 7.63 seconds for his 60 yard dash time.

01/21/17- Stands at 5-foot-9, 175 pounds with a solid, stocky frame. At the plate his hands rock back and shows a solid path with a minimal stride. During batting practice he showed the ability to use all of the plate as he sprayed lines drives all over. Registered an exit velocity of 82 mph. In the field he showed clean actions, fielded the ball out in front with an average arm as he topped out at 70 mph across the diamond. Ran a 7.72 second 60 yard dash time.
01/08/17- Stands at 5-foot-9, 175 pounds with a solid build. In the field he showed good actions, ability to make the play, and move to his left and right freely. Throws to the bag were accurate. Also shows good awareness in the field as he made a heads up play during the game playing third. Open stance at the plate and shows good hand eye coordination. Made consistent contact with a level plane and had multiple line drives back up the middle during batting practice. On the mound he throws out of the high ¾ arm slot and featured a fastball the sat 68-69 mph along with a 57-58 mph curveball and a 63-66 mph splitter. As he learns to use his lower half more and get more extension out in front, his velocity should see an uptick.
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