Jaden Bruno
Jaden Bruno




American Heritage Delray (HS) • FL
6-4 • 190LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Rawlings Stealth


2020 National

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07/28/18- Stanford recruit. Currently stands at 6-foot-3, 175 pounds with a tall, projectable frame. Fastball was mostly 85-88 mph with a live arm. While he tends to still land somewhat online, he shown better overall direction down the mound. The feel to pitch has continued to improve and overall, the present tools and frame give him a projectable and high ceiling. Offensively, there is potential as well. He has a compact, repeatable and level path through the zone.  Had a hard hit single in the game. High ceiling athlete with overall projection.  

09/30/17- The 6-foot-2, 155 pound right hander looks both taller and stronger than what is currently listed. On the mound he works from a high 3/4 slot. There is some effort, but seems to be more from trying to throw hard as opposed to staying tall on his back side and letting his quick, strong arm work. The fastball worked 84-86 mph early and dropped off some in the second inning. There is a lot of potential and as he learns to stay tall over the backside, let the arm work and continue to add strength, the sky's the limit. The slider shows potential at 70-71 mph and a feel for a straight changeup at 77-78 mph. There is a ton of upside on the mound and will continue to get better with added strength and experience on the mound. 

08/06/17- Twin brother Ryan was one of our standouts, but the 6-foot-2, 155-pound right handed pitcher was equally as impressive with the same projectable frame and high ceiling. Jaden worked two innings, allowing no hits while striking out one. He has a clean, short half circle arm action from a high 3/4 slot. He did have some sporadic command at times, but when he landed in line with extension the ball came out of the hand well with the fastball working mostly 82-86 touching 87 mph.He also flashed a curveball at 70-72 mph with depth and potential and a changeup at 75-76 mph. Overall, the arm works well with a projectable frame and could make big jumps in the future. 

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