Jake Holland
Jake Holland




Georgia Tech
Montverde Academy (HS) • FL
6-4 • 220LBS • R/R
Travel Team: East Coast Sox


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10/20/18 - Georgia Tech commit. 6-foot-3, 210-pounds, physical frame, strength in upper and lower halves. Offensively takes a power approach at the plate, some swing and miss in swing given natural lift in barrel path, power and strength are present to be a serious home run threat.

10/12/18 - Georgia Tech commit. 6-foot-3, 210-pound right-handed catcher, physical frame, looks firmer than in the past. Power potential bat to go along with one of the top arms in state. At the event recorded pop times 1.89-2.01. Barrel path is long through the zone, at-times too long. Remains balanced, creates natural lift in swing, showed present power/pull abilities, with potential to be a gap-to-gap hitter. The upside with his power bat coupled with strong arm and improving defensive abilities make him one of the top prep catchers in state. 

05/20/18- Miami recruit. He is a physical 6-foot-3, 210 pounds. He has a ton of tools, with one of the best arms from behind the plate. He topped out at 80 mph with 1.9-2.0 pop times, but throws have a ton of carry. Offensively, he can have some length at times, but is balanced in the lower half and when compact he consitently creates leverage and present power. He has a days best 93 mph exit velocity and you can see the present strength and bat speed. There is a huge upside with the abilty to be an above average defensive catcher qwith power.  

04/25/18- Miami recruit. The junior catcher, despite going 0-1 with three walks, looked really in the box. He is a bit more quiet with the load and tracking the ball well. Defensively, he shows an above average arm and receiving ability. Already a highly ranked junior and is going to be a high follow next season.

5/18/16- Miami commit who stands at 6-foot-2, 185 pounds with a lean, athletic, long, and projectable frame. He is ranked 4th in Florida, 6th overall, and is the top-ranked catcher in his class. Behind the plate he is athletic, blocks well, and has a plus arm for his age. At the plate he has a good base, an advanced approach, and a nice swing plane through the zone. He has plus bat speed for his age and the ball really jumps off his bat. He occasionally swings and misses but is expected when he is faces the top junior and senior pitchers. Look for him to be a serious draft prospect in three years.

4/27/16- Miami recruit, currently ranked No. 4 in Florida’s 2019 class, No. 6 overall. Strong, athletic 6-foot-2, 185-pound body with a strong lower half. At the plate, he has a wide stance and is relaxed, balanced in the box with an advanced approach. Quick bat and squares it up. Ball jumps off the bat. Some power potential exists and can drive the ball deep into the gaps. Behind the plate Holland showed good flexibility in his legs, deadens pitches in the dirt, and received the ball well. Good awareness of runners on the base paths. Throws down to 2B were on line with carry and accuracy.

1/28/16- Committed to Miami.

10/9/15- Lean, athletic, and projectable body with strength. Loose and advanced actions all over the field. Easy plus arm for his age and he bounces around well behind the plate. Offensively he has an advanced approach with a nice swing plane and above average bat speed. Already a division I prospect.

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