Nick Wisz

CLASS OF 2016

2B
3B

Nick
Wisz

Parkland College
Lemont (HS) • IL
6-2 • 215LBS • R/R

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2016 National

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3rd Team All State: Wisz has been a mainstay in the middle of the order for Lemont the last two years, and 2015 was no different as he continues to be one of the best pure hitters in the Chicagoland area. This spring, Wisz hit .510 with 23 extra-base hits: 18 doubles, one triple, and four home runs. He posted 34 RBI, 36 runs scored, an .824 slugging percentage, .575 on base percentage, and a 1.399 OPS. After playing second base as a sophomore, Wisz moved over to first base, impressing defensively both there and occasionally at the hot corner.

3.30.15 - 6-foot-2, 215-pound right-handed hitting 1B/3B impresses with hit tool. Hits from a slightly open stance, stands off the plate, hands held high initially, load back/drop, squares up the baseball consistently, power to right center field. Grounded out to short, singled hard to right field, doubled deep to center, and hit by a pitch in four plate appearances. Wisz looked more comfortable defensively at first base (played second last year). Impressed last season with soft hands fielding the baseball, makes routine plays as a middle infielder, but due to size/quickness could end up being a well above average first baseman. Moved over to third base later in the game, has arm strength to play there. Advanced bat will be calling card, flat out hits.
10.19.14 - 6-foot-2, 215-pound strong right-handed hitting corner infielder/right-handed pitcher currently ranked No. 47 in Illinois’ 2016 class hits from a balanced slightly open setup, short stride, fast bat speed, short level bat path, with plus feel for contact and barrel, 84 mph exit velocity off the tee, right-center line drive approach during batting practice. Defensively, threw 75 mph across the diamond from long, high ¾ arm slot, doesn’t possess elite third base actions but gets it done. Soft hands fielding the baseball, could profile as an above average to plus defender at first base. Ran a 7.71 60. On the mound, fastball sat 77-78 mph from the same arm slot with arm side run. 11/5 curveball sat 68-70 mph with gradual break. 70-72 mph changeup flashed arm side run and was thrown down in the zone.
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