Cooper Marks
Cooper Marks

CLASS OF 2016

RHP
1B

Cooper
Marks

Southeast Missouri State
Blue Valley North (HS) • KS
6-0 • 185LBS • R/R

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2015 All-Eastern Kansas League - 2nd Team
2/16/15 - Marks is a 6-foot, 185-pound right-handed pitcher and first baseman that attends Blue Valley North HS in Kansas. Class of 2016. Bats right, balanced set-up. Short stride and load. Level path, upper half dominant swing, hands work, bat speed. Hard slight pull contact during batting practice. Exit velocity clocked at 90 mph, ran a 4.84 home-to-first. At first base moved well, quick transfers, arm works, 79 mph throwing velocity. On the mound showed a simple, athletic delivery, repeats. Tucks at balance, hides ball. Long high three-quarters arm action. Pounds zone with fastball, 82-84 mph, 85 tops. Throws controllable 12-6 breaker at 71-72 mph. Short strikeout type slider at 74-75. Change-up at knees and lower with arm side run, 72-73 mph.
11/2/14 - Marks is a 6-foot, 185-pound right-handed pitcher and right-hand hitting first baseman. At the plate showed a balanced set-up, minimal hand load, strides in place, upper half dominant, hands work, gap-to-gap approach, occasional pull-side pop, exit velocity 83 mph. Ran a 7.25 60-yard dash. At first base showed athletic footwork, soft hands, clean exchanges, easy high three-quarters throwing motion. Made all strong, accurate throws. Throwing velocity up to 84 mph – top mark among infielders. On the mound showed a very simple delivery, tall balance point, tucks knee, high three-quarters arm action, easy arm, athletic finish. Repeats well. Fastball with sinking action at bottom of the zone, 81-83 mph, topped out at 84. Breaking ball with 12/6 shape, tight spin, 66-69 mph. Shortened breaking ball up at 72-75 mph, good pitch. Change-up with fastball arm speed and dying sinking action at plate 71-72 mph.
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