Brady Bunten
Brady Bunten
Brady Bunten




Southern Illinois-Edwardsville
Cedar Rapids Washington (HS) • IA
6-0 • 180LBS • R/R


2018 National

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2016 Future Games- 5-foot-11, 180-pound right-handed hitting utility player. Athletic utility guy who played all four positions in the infield during event. Bunten ran a 6.84 60, was 84 mph across the infield, and had an 87 mph exit velocity. Square stance with slight crouch, front heel turn trigger, quiet head to contact, consistently squares baseball, line drive path, works middle of field well. Solid rhythm defensively, fields on right side of body occasionally, clean exchanges, solid arm strength, elevated throws occasionally, has carry and accuracy.
8/4/15- 5-foot-10, 165-pound right-handed hitting middle infielder. 6.97 runner. Crouched stance. Front heel turn trigger. Balance in swing. Quiet head and hands. Solid contact with line drive plane. Middle of field approach. 85 mph exit velocity. Plays with energy. Lateral quickness. Ok hands. Accurate arm across with carry. 78 mph arm strength.
5-foot-8, 145-pound infielder.  4.63 home to first time. 75 mph exit velocity from the tee.  Right handed hitter, drop hands to create rhythm with load, front foot turn- no stride, over rotates on back foot through contact, short to contact, shows good hand eye coordination, long finish after contact.  Defensively in infield shows above average feet and hands, good angles to balls, plays with some rhythm. Drops elbow creating low ¾ arm angle, 73 mph across.  Interesting follow once he begins to mature physically.

10-3-2018:Another athletic middle infielder for the Cougars, Bunten showed a plus plus run tool and near average arm strength. Got jumpy with a quick load in the batter’s box, but has hand strength for good bat speed. Still a bit raw defensively, he will need to smooth out his actions and quicken his DP transfer as he adjusts to the speed of the college game. (Seifert)

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