Connor Manning
Connor Manning
Connor Manning
Connor Manning




South Florida
Elite Squad Baseball Academy (HS) • FL
6-3 • 210LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Elite Squad National Team
2021 National

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Positional Profile: RHP/1B, USF
Body: 6-foot-3, 210-pounds. Has a tall, strong, projectible frame. 

Delivery: Tall and fall delivery, slow tempo, lands in line with plate. 
Arm Action: RH. Over the top arm slot. Strong arm, hand has late separation from the glove. 
FB: T91, 88-90 mph. Down hill action over top, tends to cut FB due to the front side flying open. 
CB: 72-74 mph. 11/4 shape, bite, right to left. 
SL: 75-76 mph. 
CH: 79-82 mph. Circle-change action, around the zone.


Athletic and strong frame at 6-foot-2, 195 pounds. Throws from the 3/4 arm slot with average arm speed with fastball ranged from 79-82 in his first inning and 82-86 mph in his second. Slider 70-72 and late sharp break with near fastball arm speed, changeup at 76-71 with near fastball arm speed and sink. Has lowered the arm slot and was inconsistent early. Made an adjustment the second inning in which he threw more strikes. Short arm action and easy effort with some rhythm and stays in line with delivery to home.


6-foot-2, 190 pounds, he has present strength in his frame. While the velocity was a bit down at 81-82 mph, he has some heaviness on the fastball and has natural cut. He also showed a feel for both a 76-77 mph changeup and a 72-74 mph curveball. Overall, will be an arm to follow.


The young right-hander has a simple, repeatable delivery. He does slide from one side of the rubber to the other, but is balanced and lads in line. He has a clean, high 3/4 arm action and showed a fastball ranging from 72-77 mph. Also showed a curveball ranging from 60-62 mph. Will continue to make strides as he gets older, stronger and learns how to use his lower half and get extension. Offensively, the right handed hitter uses a leg kick load and hands pre-set. Creates some steepness, but also finds the barrel. Will improve as he gets level through the zone and continues to add strength to his lower half.

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