Christopher McKenna
Christopher McKenna
Christopher McKenna
Christopher McKenna
Christopher McKenna

CLASS OF 2021

1B
3B

Christopher
McKenna

Gardner-Webb
Stoneman Douglas (HS) • FL
6-3 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Florida Elite Squad
2021 National

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8/06/20

Positional Profile: 1B/3B 
Body: 6-foot-3, 180-pounds. Large, athletic, projectable frame.
Defense: INF- athletic gather, fields baseball out front, footwork present. OF - one handed gather, explosive gather/release towards target. 
Arm: RH.  INF - 89 mph. OF - 90 mph. INF - high 3/4 arm slot, short arm action. OF- high 3/4 arm slot, long to short arm action, above average arm strength.
Hit: RHH. Tall setup, high leg kick creating positive body momentum. Level to uphill path, natural lift, above average bat speed.
Power: 98 mph exit velocity from the tee. Projectable power to gaps. 
Run: 6.97 runner in the 60. Long, quick, choppy strides.

6/25/20

Positional Profile: 1B/3B 
Body: 6-foot-3, 180-pounds. Lean body type, has added strength, high waisted. 
Defense: Athletic actions for size. 
Arm: RH.  INF - 86 mph.  Short, quick, strong arm. 
Hit: RHH. Tall setup, constant hand movement load creating positive bat momentum.  Downhill path with natural lift, hands stay inside of baseball, above average bat speed. 
Power: 100 mph exit velocity from the tee. Power approach to all fields. 
Run: 7.11 runner in the 60. 

5/26/19

Long and lanky build that has room for growth at 6-foot-2, 165 pounds. Has average arm that is accurate. Fields ball on his heels with good hands and average exchange. Offensively, has a leg kick and stays balanced at the plate while using his lower half. Above average bat speed with 88 mph exit velocity and stays level through the zone with extension. Is a gap to gap hitter while showing power potential to the pull side. Will need to develop at a position, but has a very high offensive ceiling.

1/17/19 - At 6-foot-1, 160 pounds, McKenna has noticeably added strength to a projectable frame, with room to add more. Defensively, he continued to add flexibility as well, getting into quality positions and added strength assisting him in receiving. Overall, has the makings of an above average defender. Offensively, he stands tall and uses his long limbs to create leverage. This can create some steepness in the path at times, but shows a feel for the barrel, As he matures and continues to work on path and using the lower half, there is big offensive potential both power and hit.

10/11/18- Uncommitted, standing at 6-foot, 155 pounds, he has a lanky frame that is prime for his growth spurt to add strength. The youngest catcher in attendance, he held his own throughout the day. Defensively, there is athleticism and flexibility. The hands are in the right position and has a feel for catching that projects to be an above average defender as he gets older and adds strength. Offensively, he stands tall and trusts his hands, while still activating his lower half. He has present bat speed and overall offensive upside. High ceiling young catcher all around. 

07/28/18- Uncommitted, 6-foot, 155 pound catcher was one of the younger catchers in attendance. Defensively, he moves well behind the plate and showed a quick transfer to release with pop times ranging in the 2.04-2.14 range. Offensively, he has a simple and repeatable swing. He sinks into his backside and is level through the zone, producing consistent line drive. Swing translates to game play where he had a single. Overall offensive and defensive upside.

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