Cal Leonard
Cal Leonard

CLASS OF 2020

RHP
3B

Cal
Leonard

Washburn University of Topeka
Iola (HS) • KS
6-2 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Iola Indians (Kansas American Legion AA)

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6/18/19

Leonard is a long and lean 6-foot-2 180-pound right-handed hitting third baseman in Kansas’ 2020 class. He ran a 7.60 60 and a 4.93 home to first, he had an 81 mph exit velocity.  At the plate, open stance, rocks back into back side with some hand load, quick and level swing with pull side line drives, good barrel awareness.  On the infield, high three quarters arm slot, fields ball in athletic position, gains ground with footwork after catch, transfer on time with momentum, mostly accurate throws with carry, 76 mph positional velocity. 

10/28/18 - Leonard is a lean and long 6-foot-2 180-pound right-handed hitting third baseman and right-handed pitcher in Kansas’ 2020 class.  He ran a 7.90 60 and 4.87 home to first.  He has an 82 mph exit velocity. At the plate, balanced stance, pre-pitch rhythm in hands, hands separate from stride during load, controlled leg lift with in-line stride, has barrel control squaring up ball to pull side gap during hitting evals, high finish in hands. On the infield, 79 mph positional velocity, short high three quarters release, clean arm action, fluid footwork to the allows him to field in an athletic position, clean exchange, mostly accurate throws. On the mound, Leonard has a high three quarters release, controlled leg lift, accelerates in line down the mound, uses lower half well, quick arm speed, fastball at 82-84 mph, late running action, lands curveball for strikes, 12-to-6 late action, occasionally sharp with good feel, 68-70 mph, change up has arm side run, 72-74 mph, works down in the zone, throw with near fastball arm speed, ball stays on a low plane for all pitches.  

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