Jack McCullough
Jack McCullough
Jack McCullough

CLASS OF 2017

LHP
OF

Jack
McCullough

Army
Warren (HS) • IL
6-4 • 185LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Slammers Coyote

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9.5.16 - Verbally committed to Army.
8.21.16 - Army commit. 6-foot-4, 185-pound left-handed two-way player. On the mound delivery repeats and shows feel for three pitches. Arm action is loose, high ¾ slot. Fastball has slight run, showed control of the zone, 80-81 mph. Curveball has 2/8 sweeping action, ability to control. 68-72 mph. Slider is similar to curveball, sweeps, 70-71 mph. Changeup is straight, thrown with arm speed, 75-76 mph with control. Left-handed hitter, balanced stance, short stride slightly dives. Low effort swing, dive/pull hitter, 85 mph exit velocity from the tee. Defensively arm played at 83 mph from the outfield, high ¾ slot. Clean exchange, average hands. 7.54 runner in the 60.
8.12.16 - Recent Army commit. 6-foot-4, 185-pound, lanky, left-handed pitcher. Drop and drive delivery, smooth rhythm, stays in line, finishes athletically. Long arm action from a ¾ angle. Fastball, cut action, kept down in the zone, sat 79-81 mph, touched 83. Slider, 2/8 shape, 71-74 mph. Changeup, features cut action, 76-78 mph. Allowed one hit over two innings of gameplay.
 2/22/15- 6-foot-3, 175-pound lanky and athletic left-handed hitting LHP/OF impressed with arm strength from the outfield, 84 mph, from long, loose, high ¾ arm slot with accuracy. Soft hands fielding the baseball, fluid footwork, plays through the baseball.  Hits from a tall setup, short stride, hands start high, load down slightly, uphill bat path, some fluidity to swing, 78 mph exit velocity off the tee. Ran 4.43 from home to first. On the mound, fastball sat 71-74 mph in the windup, 76-77 mph from the stretch as he got loose during pen possibly. Breaking ball has slider shape, late action, 67-69 mph, 2/8 shape. Changeup was thrown from 71-72 mph. McCullough is a lanky athlete to follow closely over the next three years.
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