Brant Brown
Brant Brown
Brant Brown
Brant Brown

CLASS OF 2018

RHP

Brant
Brown

St. Johns River State College
Venice (HS) • FL
6-4 • 198LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Florida Burn 2018 Platinum

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08/26/17 - Brown looks to have added about 15 pounds of muscle since the last time we have seen him. This added strength has led to a nice jump in velocity, working 88-89 mph with his fastball. The fastball had tilt and was heavy, working mostly down in the zone. He showed a curveball at 75, but the better offspeed pitch was the slider at 77 mph and had some late tilt.Also showed a feel for a changeup at 80-81 mph. He still has room to fill out, with a big upside. The delivery is easily repeatable, with the durable frame and clean arm action he should continue to make jumps.

05/20/17- The 6-foot-4, 180-pound right handed pitcher has continued to improve as he logged important innings during the spring. The first thing you notice is his presence on the mound. He pitchers with confidence and it works extremely well for him. He stays over the rubber well, keeping his hips in line and works down the mound well. He has a loose high 3/4 arm action on a lanky frame. He attacked the zone with a fastball that ranged from 86-89 mph. He also featured a slider at 74-76 with a quality shape. He has a great frame with a lot of upside, with a clean delivery. Expect him to make another jump this summer and fall.

02/25/17 - Uncommitted. Currently stands at 6-foot-4, 175 pounds with a lean, long, projectable build. Still plenty of room to fill out. Throws of the ¾ arm slot with a fluid, repeatable delivery with a big leg kick and lands out in front. Fastball mostly sat 86-87 mph with life along with a 70-72 mph slider that was tight and showed depth. Threw the slider consistently for strikes and has a good feel for it. Did not allow a hit in his three innings pitched.

01/21/17- The 6-foot-4, 175-pound right handed pitcher has a great frame with long limbs and plenty of room to fill out and add strength. He showed a fluid delivery with a clean high ¾ arm action. Fastball showed late arm side life at 85-86 mph which he consistently used to attack hitters with down in the zone. He also showed the ability to spin a tight, sharp slider that ranged from 69-71 mph. Overall he shows a calm, confident demeanor on the mound, a feel for pitching, confidence with his pitches and projects to gain more velocity. Overall, a definite follow going forward.
12/03/16- The 6-foot-4, 175-pound right handed pitcher has an extremely projectable frame that you look for in a young pitcher. He showed a clean and quick ¾ arm action that resulted in an easy 80-84 mph fastball with some late arm side run. He works down the mound quickly and gets good extension, resulting in a two-plane slider that worked from 68-70 mph. He also showed a changeup at 73-74 mph. He is projectable and the arm works and should make a jump in velocity. Once he makes that jump he will have a chance to be a quality arm at the next level.

8/13/16- High waisted 6-foot-1 180 pounder that displayed a fastball that ranged from 83-84 mph with a short, easy, arm action. The slider ranged from 67-69 mph with some tilt when he was extended. Athletic and projectable. Expect him to make a jump as he logs more innings and continues to become stronger. 
6/22/16- The 6-foot-3, 180-pounder has a lean, athletic, projectable build with a quick arm throwing out of the ¾ arm slot which allows him to have some deception in his delivery. Fastball sits 83-85 mph with life and he mixed in a 68-71 mph slider with some depth along with a 76-77 mph change up. Needs to follow through with his lower half and can occasionally fall off the side after his delivery. Creates good movement on his pitches and mixes it up well. Projectable young arm that will continue to get stronger as he matures.
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