Malik Young
Malik Young
Malik Young
Malik Young
Malik Young
Malik Young
Malik Young




Bishop Kenny (HS) • FL
6-1 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: 2020 Beast Mode Prime


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Winthrop commit. Athletic and lanky frame at 6-foot-1, 170 pounds with room for growth. Short arm action on throws from the infield Soft and smooth hands with quality first step and above average range. Stays tall on the setup with a long stride and barrel awareness. Average bat speed and level bat path with is a line drive hitter. A lot of upside in the frame and toolset with added strength and maturity.



Winthrop recruit. Lean build at 6-foot-1, 170 pounds. 7.12 60-yard dash. Quick, athletic movements with above average hands at SS. Good defender, displayed good range and a quick transfer/release. Short and compact swing with extension. Present quickness is there. Sticks to gap to gap approach that plays well with his solid bat to ball skills. Well above average athlete. 


Uncommitted, at 6-foot-1, 170 pounds he has a wiry, athletic build. Continues to progress as a player, with plenty of raw athleticism, he continues to refine his skill set. Functional athleticism in the infield, fluid actions and projects to stay at short. Offensively, he has a line drive path and a natural bat-to-ball ability. Quiet setup, could benefit from some added rhythm, but has quick hands and the natural athleticism allows him to get through the zone and to the ball on time. Exciting follow while he matures as a baseball player. 


A very athletic and projectable 6-foot-1, 170 pound, he has continued to fill out and mature and the frame is extremely projectable. Defensively, he is starting to grow into the frame. The feet and hands continue to work more in sync, he works light on his feet with athleticism and upside defensively. The actions work, and as he continues to mature, he has the makings of an above average defender. Offensively, he has long levers and can create some length at times. He also creates leverage and shows ability to drive the ball gap to gap with more to come with strength. Overall, there is an extremely high ceiling with the raw tools and fame and will be a very high follow.  


Uncommitted. Currently stands at 6-foot-1, 170 pounds and has grown several inches. Plenty of room to add to his frame. In the field he showed athletic actions in the middle, making multiple plays at short. The added height has him out of sync at times, but can see the upside and athleticism in all of his actions. Offensively, the added height has some length at times, but again the athleticism provides him feel to hit. There is present leverage and bat speed and overall a lot of potential.  


The 5-foot-10, 155-pound RHP/INF has a slender, athletic and projectable build. On the mound, the mechanics and arm actions are both very clean and the fastball ranged from 71-73 mph. As the body continues to mature and add strength the velocity will follow. In the infield he shows athletic actions, sound footwork and quality hands. The right handed hitter has a simple setup with quality separation. He has some steepness in the swing, but is athletic and has a feel for the barrel with a level path through the zone. Overall, very athletic with plenty of room to grow and will continue to improve with a high ceiling.


Stands at 5-foot-10, 155 pounds with a lean, athletic, projectable frame. In the field he shows good actions, fields the ball under control, and shows good lateral movement going to his right and left. Made a couple of tough plays including a diving stop to his left which he then got up quickly and made an accurate throw to the bag. At the plate has a wide stance with good balance and a small step for his load. Displays quick hands and good hand eye coordination as he was able to make consistent contact during batting practice, showing the ability to go the other way with multiple line drives into right field. Young will only continue to improve as he adds to his frame and matures.


5-foot-9, 145 pounds with a lean, projectable build. Threw out of the high ¾ arm slot with a fastball mostly sitting 74-75 mph along with a breaking ball at 69 mph. Induced a good amount of ground ball outs. Displayed quick hands, some hand eye, and athleticism in the batter’s box. 

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