Payton Dennison
Payton Dennison

CLASS OF 2019

OF
3B

Payton
Dennison

Quincy University
Rossville (HS) • IN
5-9 • 190LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Indy Titans Baseball Elite
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Power
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Exit Velocity (max)
86
Exit Velocity (avg)
12/08/18
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Distance (max)
-
Sweet Spot %
Run
7.73
60-yard
12/08/18
-
30-yd
-
10-yd
-
Run speed (max)
Defense
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INF Velo
84
OF Velo
12/08/18
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C Velo
-
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2018
60 Yard Dash
7.73
Outfield Velocity
84.0
Power / Speed Score
11.1
Hoosier Holiday Showcase
Dec 8, 2018
Position
7.73
60-yard
84
OF Velo
86
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12.8.18: 5-foot-9, 190 pound OF was up to 84 mph from the outfield from a stiff, short over the top arm action.  Average arm strength with some accuracy. Hands were hard at times. Clean exchange but slow.  Tends to field the baseball deep. Ran a 7.56-60. Offensively, hits from a crouch setup. Spin type hitter, produces above average bat speed. Longer path, pull-side hitter. Over rotation in the lower half, average balance. Registered a high exit velocity of 86 mph.
7/11/17: 5-foot-9, 180 pound RHP pitches from a long, over the top arm action with average arm speed.  Drop and drive type delivery with some rhythm.  Level shoulders, lands square.  Showed the ability to repeat.  Fastball has run and sink action at 75-79, T80.  Breaking balls shows 11/5 downer type shape with late action and depth. CH is thrown with near FB arm speed showing ASR and fade; good pitch.  POSITION: 60 Time 7.56, Position Velocity: OF-80, Exit Velocity: 75. 5-foot-9, 180 pound junior RHH works from a wide stance with a big leg lift and stride to hit. Back leg stays extended in load with hands staying neutral on the back shoulder, barrel flat behind the head. Weight travels forward onto the front side with hands getting buried down slightly before entering the zone. Barrel works uphill, middle oppo rounds of BP. Corner outfielder, big front side with high OT arm action to throw. Travels with the baseball to throw, good extension and follow through, threw the baseball with carry to bases.

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