Dwight Banks
Dwight Banks

CLASS OF 2020

SS
2B

Dwight
Banks

Gordon State JC
McEachern (HS) • GA
6-3 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: 16U 643 Cougars -Sterling

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2020 National

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9/13/19

Long and projectable, Banks is one of the more interesting uncommitted prospects in the state. He might have as high a ceiling as any of the uncommitted prospects on this board, too. Banks is a rangy defender with a solid approach and a chance to grow into power.

5/28/19

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Banks is a long rangy infield prospect with some throwback feel to his game at 6-foot-2 160 pounds. This kid is one to keep an eye and has as much of a chance to gain ground over the coming years as anyone. His measurables are all played up by his length. His range is greater than his 7.4 flat 60 time would indicate. His feet work well and he gets to more baseballs than you would think. His arm strength is average now with a 79 mph positional velocity, but look for that to improve as the wiry Banks grows into his man strength. At the plate, Banks has more of a straight away opposite field approach, and has not yet learned to use his significant leverage to his advantage pull side yet, but when that comes looks for this kid to start putting up some numbers.  It is smooth leverage over bat-speed at this time, but Banks has a solid approach, good feel for the bat-head and staying inside the ball. Actions to stay in the dirt, with a strong offensive foundation. He is man strength away from growing into some power. Will be fun to watch this one progress.

3/05/19

Spring 2019

Walking into Creekview vs McEachern you could not help but notice Sophomore DJ Banks.  He has a long, athletic build and has plenty of room to add strength. The 6-foot-2, 160-pound Banks has very long arms, and while this can sometimes be a disadvantage to hitters, Banks does a good job of staying compact to the baseball and has a plan in the batters box. The rangy middle infield prospect has sneaky range due to his length.  Banks is a solid follow moving forward.

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