Victor Mederos




Westminster Christian (HS) • FL
6-4 • 215LBS • R/R


2020 National

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Cape Cod- Mederos was a high-profile recruit for Miami, where he made eight starts among his 12 appearances as a true freshman this spring, with uneven results (a 5.11 ERA and a 35-18 K-BB mark in 44 innings). He showed plenty of arm strength in the spring, and he continued to impress with velocity this summer, working at 92-97 mph in our viewing. But the biggest knock on Mederos in the spring was the lack of a quality breaking ball, and he made big progress in that area this summer, finding a power slider at 83-87 that proved very effective against righties, and also mixing in a curveball along with his changeup against lefties. The changeup is plus at times, with good deception and arm speed at 85-88 mph, and he can use it to miss bats. The Anglers also convinced him to pitch more heavily off his fastball, which is his best pitch, and that led to more success. He finished the summer with a 4.64 ERA and a 19-12 K-BB mark in 21.1 innings. As a very physical high three-quarters righty with some effort and head violence in his uptempo delivery, it's easy to envision Mederos airing it out at the back of a bullpen, but he has the durable frame to hold his stuff as a starter, and he figures to compete for a rotation role as a sophomore at Oklahoma State, where he transferred this summer.


Strong, durable frame at 6-foot-3, 220 pounds. Easy delivery and three-pitch mix that's at least average. Fastball was 94-96. Changeup with slight run at 88-91. Breaking ball is a sharp, late 11/5 curveball at 79-80. Flashes slider break at times. (Nathan Rode)

03/21/18- Miami recruit. Looks to have filled outs especially in the lower half. He has a big, strong arm and a lot of life on the fastball early. He worked 93-94 wouching 94 in the first with tilt and late life. He also flashed a hard, two-lane slider at 80-82 mph. After the first, the length in the arm action made it more difficult to repeat at release and worked 87-91 mph. When he is on time in separation and has a consistent release point, the arm is electric and shows a plus fastball and slider. Also showed a changeup a few times at 83-85 mph. Overall the arm works. He will need to get more consistent at release, but flashes present plus stuff with high ceiling.

03/10/17 - Mederos also showed why he is the No. 8 overall in the 2020 class. Offensively, he showed upside with present strength and long levers with power potential. On the mound, the young righty shows electric stuff with big upside. From a high-¾ slot he features a fastball that ranged from 90-92, touching 93 mph. He also showed a curveball at 69-72 mph and a cutter at 77 mph. He has long arms and a high waist and will be very interesting to watch progress.

10/20/16- Stands at 6-foot-1, 175 pounds. The Miami recruit shows a lot of athleticism and potential as a two-way player moving forward. On the mound, he has a quick arm with life on the fastball that has been up to 90 mph. Offensively, the right-handed hitter shows a short, quick swing with a strong lower half that generates present power with more to come.

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