Dalton Hottle
Dalton Hottle
Dalton Hottle
Dalton Hottle
Dalton Hottle




Lewis University
Monmouth-Roseville (HS) • IL
6-2 • 175LBS • R/R


2014 National

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8/9/13 - Athletic build, 6-foot-2, 175-pound right handed pitcher. Works out of a full windup, athletic delivery. Arm works out of a high ¾ slot. Fastball showed slight run, some sinking action, 82-84 mph. Curveball showed 11/5 action, had control, 65-68 mph. Also flashed a sweeping slider at 71-72 mph. Hottle showed the ability to repeat his delivery and throw a high rate of strikes with multiple pitches.
6.13.13 - Projectable 6-foot-2, 175-pound right-handed pitcher. Shows high pitchability with command of three pitches. Works from full windup, high-3/4, loose, quick arm, athletic delivery with some deception. Changeup shows potential to be legitimate out-pitch, 77-79 mph with arm-side sink down in the zone. Fastball sat 84-85 with arm-side run, all at the knees and below. Also throws a short, tight slider, in the 74-76 range. All three pitches he throws with similar arm action.

Hottle is an extremely projectable 6-foot-2, 160-pound right-hander who showed impressive arm quickness and ability to three pitches for strikes. Hottle has a lanky, athletic frame, one that will continue to fill out as he physically develops. He operates from an over-the-top arm slot, and showed excellent hand acceleration as he delivered 80-81 mph fastballs with some late life. Hottle also impressed with his changeup, in the 71-72 range, which had arm side sink down in the zone. His 65-67 mph curveball showed true 12/6 shape. In all, Hottle looks to be one of the more promising Class of 2014 prospects we’ve seen in the state thus far.
Hottle is a projectable 6-foot-2, 160-pound right-hander who features an athletic frame and a quick arm. Hottle operates from an over-the-top arm slot and works downhill well. His fastball demonstrated late life in the 80-82 range. Hottle showed the ability to throw four pitches. His changeup, in the 72-75 mph range, showed a lot of promise, as it had late fade down in the zone while maintaining similar arm speed. Hottle’s 71 mph slider also demonstrated sharp two-plane break, and with continued development, can be a swing-and-miss pitch at the next level. Hottle also threw a consistent 65 mph curveball. With his long legs and impressive hand acceleration, Hottle should continue to see his velocity climb as he fills out physically.
1/22/12 Hottle is a 6-foot-2, 165-pounds right-hander who has a projectable frame and uses his size to get on top and create tilt to his ball.  Hottle’s arm works free and easily, as he delivered consistent 81-82 mph fastballs with run.  Hottle’s secondary stuff was sharp, led by a tight, late-breaking 76 mph slider that has the potential to be a legitimate swing-and-miss pitch. He also threw a firm 72-75 mph changeup that had late arm-side sink down in the zone. He also threw a 67-69 mph curveball. As a position player, Hottle showed well defensively, using his strong arm to fire darts to the catcher (81 mph).  Additionally, Hottle ran a 7.38 60.
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