Scott Duensing
Scott Duensing
Scott Duensing
Scott Duensing




Missouri Southern
Blue Valley Northwest (HS) • KS
5-11 • 155LBS • R/L
Travel Team: Mac N Seitz Elite
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2/171/17 - Duensing is a 5-foot-11 155-pound left-handed pitcher in Kansas’ 2018 class. Duensing showed a fastball at 76-80 mph with late movement, cutting action, heavy, 1-to-7 breaking ball with late break, 65-67 mph, change up with sink 68-69 mph, fastball arm speed, throws fastball on downhill plane at bottom of the zone, showed command of three pitches, breaking ball starts on fastball plane, loose arm action with projectable frame, still more in the tank as he continues to develop.

8/14/16- 5-foot-10, 140-pound left-handed pitcher that threw two scoreless innings during game play. #18 ranked player in the 2018 class for Kansas. Athletic repeatable mechanics, clean long arm action on the backside with a buggy whip effect. Throws across his body creating difficult angle for hitters. Fastball sat in the 73-75 mph range with arm side run. Consistently around the strike zone.  Also showed 64-67 mph breaking ball with good tilt across two planes.
1/18/16 - Duensing is a 5-foot-9 130-pound left-handed pitcher in Kansas’ 2018 class. Has increased velo on the mound since last event, fastball at 73-75, high three quarters release, loose arm action, arm works, showed feel for breaking ball at 60-63 mph, sharp 2-to-8 shape, change up, 64-67 mph with sink, fastball arm speed.  Lean and loose with high projection.  Repeats release point and showed command of three pitches.  Duensing will continue to develop as he matures.

6/2/15 - Scott is a 5'6 120-pound small framed left hand hitting outfielder and left handed pitcher from Blue Valley Northwest. Using a simple drop and drive motion and some effort had a max fastball 70 mph. Maintaining a balance point and short action, he landed mostly square with a recoil type finish. His Curve-ball looks like his fastball coming out of his hand with easy effort, from 59- 60 mph. Athletic and balanced, open stance with good bat path and exit velo of 72 mph, also had a double during game action.

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