Jack Jasiak

CLASS OF 2019

RHP
SS

Jack
Jasiak

South Florida
F.W. Springstead (HS) • FL
6-2 • 195LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Canes National

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2022 DRAFT Guardians ROUND 12

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7/25/21

Cape Cod- Up to 92 mph with his sinking fastball, while mixing in a 79-83 breaking ball that showed average at times. He pitched six scoreless innings, allowing only two hits with six strikeouts.

10/12/18 - South Florida commit. 6-foot-2, 195-pound, right-handed pitcher worked from the stretch only and had a ton of funk in the delivery that created natural deception. The fastball worked 89-92 mph and got on top of hitters. Showed a tight, two-polane slider at times that has swing and miss potential at 80-81 mph.

10/30/16- Committed to the University of South Florida.

9/17/16- The projectable 6-foot-1, 160 pound RHP/SS showed some all around athleticism. At the plate, the right handed hitter hits with a large leg kick and low hand load at launch. At times the hands did not launch from the same spot, resulting in some inconsistent and long swings. The second round he seemed much more comfortable, launching more consistently and on time resulting in a lot of hard contact driving balls gap-to-gap. Defensively he showed consistently actions at short, with good footwork and hands. He could create a little more fluidity through the ball, but that should come as he grows into his body and plays more games at the position. He showed an above average arm, which also translated to the mound. On the mound, from the stretch only, he showed a short quick arm with a fastball ranging from 85-87 mph topping out at 88 mph. There is a lot of projectability on both sides of the ball. With room to fill out and present bat speed he should develop above average power as well as have potential on the mound with a quick arm and more velocity to come.

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