JT Morsey
JT Morsey
JT Morsey

CLASS OF 2016

1B
LHP

JT
Morsey

Bullitt East (HS) • KY
6-3 • 165LBS • L/L

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8/8/15 - 6-foot-3, 165-pound left-handed hitter hits from an open stance with a big leg kick trigger and long stride, shows some flashes of power especially to the pull side, uses lower half well to generate some bat speed, 84 mph exit velocity off the tee, ran a 4.57 down the line, hit well in game play going 2-for-4 with singles to CF and LF. Has improved defensively at first base, shows soft hands and good movement around the bag, good athleticism, big target for infielders, 69 mph arm strength across the diamond.
As a pitcher, works through a high-3/4 slot with shorter arm action, minimal effort in delivery, fastball is mostly straight at 67-69 mph, 59-61 mph curveball showed gradual 1/7 action, did not throw a changeup in game play, allowed four hits to the five batters faced in game play.
6/17/14 - 6-foot-1, 155-poud prospect with lanky build, shows average feet and hands, 63 mph arm across the infield with some stiffness.  At the plate, the left handed hitter has changed stance from previous event to a tall/narrow setup and uses a big leg kick trigger with a long stride, shows some quickness in hands, gets lower half involved in swing, long stride creates some balance issues at times, registered 80 mph exit velocity off the tee, ran 4.50 down the first base line, went 1-for-5 with a single to right field and two strikeouts in game play.
1/19/14 - 6-foot-1, 155-pound prospect with lanky build, shows good movement and feet around the bag, hands work, 59 mph arm strength.  At the plate, the left-handed hitter hits from a balanced stance with a short stride, bars arm in load but gets through the zone with quick hands, good use of lower half torque in swing, line drive type hitter with the ability to make hard contact the other way, ran 4.82 down the first base line, registered 82 mph tee exit velocity, potential to be a solid left-handed bat in the 2016 class.

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