Mason Vinyard
Mason Vinyard




Wabash Valley JC
McCracken County (HS) • KY
6-2 • 175LBS • R/R


2017 National

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6/16/15 - 6-foot-2, 175-pounds, lanky frame with projection, arm action is loose and clean, high-3/4 slot, pounds the zone with a three-pitch mix, fastball sat 80-82 mph with occasional arm-side run, curveball ranged from 65-69 mph with 11/5 action and depth, 70-74 mph changeup is thrown with good arm action and displays late sink and fade, will be more effective working all pitches more consistently at the bottom of the zone, allowed four hits and struck out one in his two innings, expect development of additional velocity. As a position player, right-handed hitter hits from a balanced stance, short stride, good balance, line drive type hitter, average bat speed, 81 mph exit velocity (big increase from previous event), ran 4.92 down the line, went 2-for-4 in game play with a single to left and one to center. Shows soft hands, athletic corner actions, good body control, long high-3/4 release, 83 mph arm across infield, accurate throws, has made impressive strides in game.
7/23/14 - 6-foot-2, 170-pound prospect ran 8.45 60-yard dash with 71 mph tee exit velocity. Hits from a balanced stance with a short stride, short line drive producing swing, maintains good balance, went 1-for-3 in game play with a line drive single to center.  Defensively, shows better movement than 60 time would indicate, works through the baseball, soft hands, showed the ability to throw accurately on the move from different arm angles, accurate arm across the infield, 78 mph arm strength.
On the mound, uses long arm action through a high ¾ slot, delivery requires minimal effort, loose arm works freely and easily, fastball sat 75-78 mph touching 79, showed a 73-74 mph changeup, did not throw a breaking ball in his outing, high follow in 2017 class should be watched for additional velocity gains.
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