Jake Randa
Jake Randa
Jake Randa




Mississippi State
Shawnee Mission East (HS) • KS
6-1 • 195LBS • L/L


2019 National

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8/1/15 - Randa is a 6-foot 180-pound left-handed hitting outfielder. Randa ran a 7.39 and and posted an 84 mph exit velo.  Randa a simple stroke from the left side, with minimal and loose hands.  He has short path to contact and level path to extension.  In the outfield, Randa has fluid/athletic actions, using a crow hop to go along with his loose arm action.  He has a positional velo of 83 mph.

1/19/15 - Randa is a left-hand hitting outfielder and first baseman that attends Shawnee Mission East HS in Prairie Village, KS. Class of 2017, 5-foot-11, 185-pound frame. Tall, open set-up at the plate, quiet stride, smooth load, short path to the ball, loose hands, delivers barrel out front with authority. Back side in sync with hands. Rhythm and flow. Maintains balance, finishes with extension. Squared the ball up repeatedly in batting practice. Recorded an 85 exit velocity, ran a 4.27 home-to-first. In the outfield attacked the ball, clean exchanges, quick high three-quarters arm action, played through, throws had carry, accurate arm.

10/31/18:Mississippi State commit. An impact power bat from the left-side. 6-foot, 210-pound outfielder, strong, durable frame. Since our last look on 10/5, displayed more controlled aggression at the plate, maintained better balance. Looks to do damage with each swing, consistent hard contact. Barrel path works uphill with natural loft, gains extension through the zone, strong hands/wrists at contact. MLB Draft follow.

10-9-18:Mississippi State commit. 6-foot-1, 195-pound left-handed outfielder, strong, athletic frame. Offensively, gap-to-gap approach, can drive the ball to all fields, pull-side power, as evidenced by a two-run home he pulled on the very first pitch he saw. Aggressive at the plate, hands work loose and easy through the zone, finds barrels consistently.

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