Collin Lollar
Collin Lollar




Wabash Valley JC
Columbus North (HS) • IN
6-1 • 175LBS • R/R


2016 National

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Transferred to Wabash Valley JC (IL) from Ohio State. 

4/4/15 GAME NOTES: 
2016 Ohio State commit sat 86-88 touching 90 on a fastball with good arm side action once on a cold spring morning. Breaking ball was 73-74 that started middle and fell away and down from righties with some depth. Some rhythm in the delivery with regular effort and a 3/4 arm slot. 

5/7/14: Game Notes-
 The 6-foot, 165 pound sophomore righty ranked 16th in the 2016 class sat 86-87 in his first inning of work on Wednesday night against rival Columbus East, even touching 88 once.  From the stretch was 83-85. From the second inning on the fastball sat 84-85 w/ his fastball.  Threw a 70-73 curveball that showed a sweeping action.  Pitches from a 3/4 slot with a loose arm action.  Struck out 8 batters on the night in 4 and 1/3 IP allowing 7 hits and 4 earned runs.  

6-foot, 165 pound sophomore pitches from a ¾ slot with a quick, loose arm.  Possesses good rhythm in the delivery and repeats it well.  Topped out at 87 mph with his fastball at the event. Fastball shows good run and keeps it down in the zone.  Consistently threw it for a strike.  Breaking ball sat 68-72 with a sharp, sweeping action.  Changeup sat 78-79 with fastball arm speed.  Highly projectable 2016 arm. 

 5-foot-11, 160 pound sophomore possesses an athletic frame.  From the OF moves well with good arm strength at 80 mph.  Solid defensive actions.  Runs a 7.00 60.  At the plate hits from a crouch with a high leg kick.  Flat bat through the zone with present power.  At times has trouble getting his hips through.  Posted an exit velo of 82 mph.  On the mound sat 82-83, but was up to 85 mph this summer.  Breaking ball shows a sharp, sweeping action at 70-71 mph.  Delivery is repeatable with an effortless arm action.  Easily projects as a high 80’s in the near future.  High follow in the 2016 class.


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