Aaron George
Aaron George

CLASS OF 2016

RHP

Aaron
George

Louisiana State
Ouachita Christian (HS) • LA
6-5 • 220LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Team Louisiana

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Committed to LSU out of San Jac CC (TX). 

11/7/15 A 6-foot-5, 220-pound right-handed pitcher with a large, strong, physically mature frame. A long arm action into a ¾ release with quick arm speed and regular effort. Displays solid rhythm, lands square, with in-line direction and level shoulders. Fastball sat 86-88 mph with heavy sink, outstanding angle, deception and was commanded well. Flashed above average breaking ball with 10/4 shape with fastball arm speed, solid tilt and sharp, late break at 77-78 mph.
9/7/15 A 6-foot-5, 220-pound right-handed pitcher with a large, strong, physically mature frame. A long arm action with slight stiffness into a ¾ release with quick arm speed and regular effort. Displays solid rhythm, lands square, with in-line direction and level shoulders. Fastball sat 89-91 mph with heavy sink, outstanding angle, deception and was commanded well. Flashed above average breaking ball with 10/4 shape with fastball arm speed, solid tilt and sharp, late break at 77-80 mph. Showed a changeup with near fastball arm speed at 80-81 mph.
1/6/15-The 6-foot-5, 200-pound uncommitted right-hander showed well pitching at 83-84 mph. Big bodied frame with present strength that creates outstanding tilt and angle to the pitch. Clean arm action with deception in the delivery created by the lead arm hiding the release point. He flashed a quality breaking ball with 11/5 shape that spins well and has quality depth.
A 6-foot-5, 210-pound right-hander, George has progressed nicely through his career.  Currently, he will sit 85-87 and has touched 89 with severe angle towards the plate.  Breaking Ball is still a developing pitch, it spins well, has depth, but velocity is not where it needs to be yet.  Also flashes a decent feel for a changeup.
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