Nathan Earl
Nathan Earl

CLASS OF 2016

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Nathan
Earl

Heartland CC
Sherrard (HS) • IL
6-2 • 165LBS • L/L

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11.3.15 - Verbally committed to Western Illinois University.
10.11.15 - Long slender build, 6-foot-1, 147-pound left-handed pitcher. Showed the ability to repeat delivery while throwing from multiple arm angles. Loose arm played from a variety of slots ranging from side arm to high ¾. Fastball lived in the strike zone with run and sinking action, 74-76 mph, at its lowest slot pithed at 69-72 mph. Breaking ball had action on a 2/8 plane, showed feel, 65-67 mph, sweeping action. Changeup thrown from higher slot, 72 mph, sidearm had fade to it at 66-68 mph. Good follow who showed an ability to change speeds in the strike zone from multiple angles.
8.6.14 6-foot-1, 150-pound lanky left-handed hitting outfielder/left-handed pitcher hit from a wide, balanced setup, front foot starts closed, utilizes short leg kick, high back elbow producing short, level bat path with 71 mph exit velocity.  Defensively in the outfield, threw 79 mph from long, loose, high ¾, to ¾ arm slot with accuracy.  Played through the baseball with soft hands and athletic actions.  On the mound, utilizes same arm slot as in the outfield, with a slight wrap/hook in the back of arm swing.  Delivery shows rhythm, tall-and-fall type, landing slightly close at front foot strike.    Fastball sat 72-75 mph touching 77.  Threw strikes with 62-64 mph sweeping slider.  Missed arm side and up with 68-70 mph changeup with arm side run and arm action similar to fastball.  Earl should have more in the tank with his fastball in the future, especially considering how athletically he throws the baseball from the outfield.  He could end up being an 84-85 mph lefty with a plus changeup.

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