Jonathan Ramallo
Jonathan Ramallo
Jonathan Ramallo

CLASS OF 2020

OF
RHP

Jonathan
Ramallo

Florida SouthWestern
Elite Squad Baseball Academy (HS) • FL
6-0 • 200LBS • R/R

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2020 National

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7/27/19

Strong, physical 6-foot, 200 pound build. Two-way player with potential on the mound and positionally. Sat 85-86, touching 88. Has a quick arm and the ball jumps out of the hand with arm side run at times. Pitches with good energy and athleticism. 71-73 mph breaker with good depth and spin. Gets around the ball really well at times, and it creates a good cut on his fastball when he does. Quick hands offensively with backside drive. Stays behind the ball well, backspin line drives carry. Well above average 97 exit velocity. Elite, quick arm in the outfield with low, on target throws topping at 94 mph.  

2/14/19

One of the top uncommitted prospects in attendance. Athletic, physical frame, strength throughout, stands 6-foot, 200-pounds. Right-handed hitting two-way prospect. Defensively, plus arm from the outfield, 92 mph. Arm works long and loose from a ¾ slot, throws carry with accuracy. Fields position athletically, fluid footwork, clean on exchanges. Offensively, barrel works uphill, looks to elevate the ball to the pull-side, 93 mph exit velocity. On the mound, arm action is short, high ¾ slot, above average arm speed. Tall and fall delivery, works on-line, lands toe closed, pivots square, finishes in an athletic position. Fastball worked 85-87. Curveball, 11/5 shape, depth, 67-71. Changeup, fade action, 75-78.

1/17/19

The stocky and strong 6-foot, 180 pound OF/RHP was impressive two-way talent. From the outfield, he came through the ball well and topped out at 90 mph. Offensively, there is some rotation in the swing, but has quick hands and present bat speed, creating an 89 mph exit velocity and more power still able to be generated as he continues to access the lower half and work through the baseball. On the mound, he worked from the stretch only, working mostly 85-86 topping at 88 mph. Overall, a twitchy athlete with a lot of upside.

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