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John A. Logan JC
Elizabethtown (HS) • KY
5' 11" • 180LBS
L/R • 26yr 5mo
2016 National

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Transferred to John A. Logan JC from Louisville.

2/16/14 - 5-foot-10, 170-pound prospect with athletic build, uses long and loose arm action through a ¾ arm slot, arm is very quick,good temp in delivery,  fastball sat 85-86 with late arm-side run, showed good command of 70-73 mph sweeping curveball with slurvy type action, solid changeup at 75-77 mph with significant fade thrown with good arm action, has shown velocity increase since summer event, good upside and high-level 2016 prospect on the mound.

2/16/14 - 5-foot-10, 170-pound prospect , shows average hands, good lateral movement, quick exchange with 79 mph arm across the infield with carry.  At the plate, the left-handed hitter hits from an open setup, toe tap with an aggressive stride to the baseball, level swing path with line drive production, ran 7.31 60 yard dash, registered 83 mph tee exit velocity, one of the top RHP in the 2016 class will be featured in pitcher write-ups.

7/9/13 - 5-foot-10, 165-pound prospect with athletic build, uses long arm action through a ¾ arm slot, occasionally hips fly open a hair early causing inconsistent landing point, fastball sat 81-83 mph touching 84 with good arm-side run, curveball shows 11/5 action at 68-71 mph, tendency to bury curveball, changeup shows good arm-side run and sink at 71-72 mph thrown with near fastball arm speed, young prospect has a live arm, potential to be high-level 2016 pitching prospect.

2020 DRAFT: The Elizabethtown, KY native began his college career at the University of Louisville prior to transferring to John A. Logan JC where he had an impressive career both on the mound and as a position player. The 5-foot-11, 180-pound junior had an immediate impact this spring for Middle Tennessee where he batted .375 in the shortened season. The right-handed bat blasted 3 homers and 2 doubles with a 1.214 OPS. Defensively, Sullivan showed his versatility in his first season in Murfreesboro seeing time at both corner infield spots, left field, designated hitter and pitched 3+ innings on the mound. The 2016 high school grad was a top 10 player in the state of Kentucky and regarded more as a RHP prospect. He was up to 91 mph with long, loose, quick arm action and late arm-side run.

10/5/2018: Third year sophomore. Transfer from Louisville. Legitimate, athletic two-way player showed his ability to command a fastball at 89-91 and been as high as 94 this fall. Shows feel for both a slider and a change up. Uses a quick bat to drive the ball gap to gap, wearing out the opposite field gap.

9/15/2018Two-way talent. Competed in the batter’s box. Good bat speed. Turned around several balls for hard contact while staying disciplined and not chasing when not his pitch. Complete hitter with doubles power on this look. On the bump, pumped adrenaline-filled FBs early at 92-94. Settled at 90 for the remainder of his two inning appearance. Firm and fairly straight. Short slider 79-81 mph, below average pitch. Showed his body control while throwing a breaking ball; tripped on the turf during his landing and still managed to throw the pitch for a strike. (Seifert)

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