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Southern New Hampshire University
Westfield (HS) • MA
5-10 • 190LBS • L/R


2017 National

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Performed extremely well at the event. Threw 73 mph from behind the dish while showing a pop time of 1.87. He has improved immensely with his feet and the transfer as he has worked hard at it. The receiving has improved as well, as he is working to soften the glove hand. Shows a good knack for deadening the ball during his blocking I like his progress. At the plate, he showed good life in his hands and the ability to spread the field. Tee exit velocity of 89 mph.

Left-handed hitting catcher who had the best workout I have seen to this date. The pop time was 1.99 and he threw 75 mph from the behind the dish. His throwing has really cleaned up and he is starting to put it together. The receiving is still a work in progress but he blocks and throws. Softening the receiving is just working on your reps and maturing. The bat has life to it, tee exit velocity of 75 mph to the bat. Has a slight split hand grip and good bat whip. He stayed inside the ball very well in the cage and let the ball travel. Impressive workout all around.

Second event for Anthony, showed solid again. Hits from the left side, is balanced with a very small open stance. Hands are set just above shoulder height with a good bat angle, ready to hit.  The stride is direct and does a very good job of creating energy going into the pitch, hands stay back on the stride. The ball explodes off the barrel, tee exit velocity was 86. Runs well for a catcher at 4.45 down the line. Behind the dish, the setup is balanced feet apart and looks comfortable. Time down to second was 2.01, the arm was 73 on the gun. Footwork is good, no wasted movement, feet just replace each other. Has a minor hesitation on the throw in the back, something he can clean up with reps. Solid left-handed hitting catcher, body is strong and durable, someone to definitely go see and follow.

5-foot-10, 190-pound build and solid. The left-handed hitting catcher has tools to be a good.  Pop time of 1.97 with a clean high arm slot and accurate. The feet are simple and quick. The arm strength behind the dish was 73 mph. His receiving is average at this point but with work he could be a plus receiver. Ran a 5.36 40-yard dash and has an easy gait. The left-handed swing is loose and clean. Pulls the ball a bit too much now but his swing is compact and direct to the ball  Power potential is there on the pull side but for now he is a gap-to-gap hitter. Tee exit velocity was 82 mph. Big follow in these coming months as left-handed hitting catchers are hard to find. 

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