Ben Williamson
Ben Williamson




Millikin University
Blue Ridge (HS) • IL
5-11 • 165LBS • R/R


2016 National

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8/5/15 - 5-foot-11, 165-pound athletically built right handed hitting third baseman and right-handed pitcher. Offensively, simple swing, with an uphill path. Crouched, wide stance, loaded hands back pre-pitch and utilized a leg-lift trigger. Registered an 82 mph exit velocity. Defensively, flashed good body control and the arm plays from the left side of the infield. Long arm action, high ¾ arm slot with carry across the infield. Clocked at 83 mph on the infield. On the mound the right-handed pitcher operated from the same high ¾ slot he had on the infield. Slow, deliberate delivery, extremely repeatable and quick arm. Ability to throw all four of his offerings for a strike. Fastball sat 79-80 mph, touching 81. Plus feel for his change-up, down in the zone, worked at 70-74 mph. Curveball and slider had similar action. Curveball featured 11/5 shape, sweeping action and ranged between 64-66 mph. Slider flashed sharper action and spin, 11/5 shape, sitting 66-67 mph. Showed feel for both breaking balls.
9.13.14 - 5-foot-11, 160-pound right-handed hitting 3B/RHP hits from a wide, slightly closed setup, very little movement in hand load, no stride/lifts heel to stride, above average bat speed with pull tendencies during batting practice with 80 mph exit velocity. Defensively, threw 78 mph across the diamond from long, over the top arm slot with accuracy. Showcased average hands when fielding, stays deep fielding from position. Ran a 7.67 60. On the mound, fastball sat 80-82 mph from long, high ¾ arm slot, toe down at balance point, tall and fall delivery with regular effort, slow tempo, throws slightly across his body, lands square. Threw both a curveball and slider in the 63-66 mph range, curveball was more consistent with more depth and 12/6 action. 71 mph changeup was thrown near fastball arm speed.
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