Matt Miller

CLASS OF 2013

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Matt
Miller

Heartland CC
Aurora Central Catholic (HS) • IL
5-11 • 165LBS • R/R

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The 5-foot-10, 155-pound Miller is a legitimate two-way prospect who performed extremely well in all facets of the game. At shortstop, Miller was the top defensive middle infielder at the event, showing fluid and easy actions, to go along with soft hands and solid arm strength (80 mph). He demonstrated advanced footwork and played through the ball well. At the plate, Miller hits with an open setup, gets to a balanced position with good rhythm and showed polished overall hitting mechanics. He's short and quick to the baseball, as he laced consistent line drives to all fields. Miller, who ran a 7.3 60, also impressed on the mound. He has a quick and easy arm action and showed the ability to command three pitches for strikes. He operates from a high 3/4 slot with a fastball that sat in the 80-82 range. His changeup displayed some late sink down in the zone and looks to be a strong out-pitch in the future. ............................................................................... Miller was the best two-way prospect at the event, as he showed extremely well both at shortstop and on the mound. Standing at 5-foot-10, 160-pounds, Miller displayed one of the strongest arms across the diamond, posting a velocity of 84 mph. Aside from his arm strength, he showed polished defensive actions, as he took precise routes, demonstrated quick, soft hands and played through the ball well. Offensively, he hits with an open setup and showed good rhythm and swing looseness. On the mound, Miller operates from a high ¾ slot. He showed good hand acceleration and fluid mechanics throughout while showing the ability to command four pitches for strikes. His arm works with little effort; his fastball sat in the 82-83 mph range. His 70-72 mph curveball demonstrated two-plane break, and he also showed feel for a changeup and slider.

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