CJ Willis
CJ Willis
CJ Willis
CJ Willis
CJ Willis




Western New England University
Bridgton Academy Maine (HS) • MA
6-0 • 212LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Zone select


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6-foot, 205-pound, strong, thick athletic frame, showing strength throughout. The hands and wrists have plus strength. A right-handed hitter, worked out both behind the plate and at third base. At the plate, starts slightly open, hands are loose at shoulder height, with pre-pitch movement to them. Lower half is under control small lift, gaining ground, swing is level to up, getting through the baseball. Drives the baseball with authority to both gaps, showing plus pop, one of the top exit velocities of 101mph. Defensively, had a pop time of 2.04-2.08, arm strength at 73 mph, baseball comes out of his hand well. Showed real good flow at third base, moves well to glove side, feet and hands work well together. The arm has strength clocked at 82 mph, easy carry across the diamond. Extremely valuable player, could play multiple positions. 

Arm Velocity: 82 mph

Exit Velocity: 101 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.32


6-foot, 200-pound right-handed hitting first baseman.  The feet around the bag are athletic and the glove is solid. He is an athletic corner infielder, he threw 79 mph across the diamond. The arm is clean and quick. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 90 mph. The setup is athletic in base and he stays in his legs during the swing. The path is flat through the hitting zone. Showed power potential with the bat as he could be a physical hitter at the next level. He is athletic enough to kick around the field as well.

Tee Exit Velocity- 90 mph

INF Velocity- 79 mph


6-foot, 200-pound right-handed hitting first basemen and catcher. The glove is solid at first base and he handles his feet very well around the bat. Threw 77 mph across the diamond from first to third base. Behind the dish, threw 71 mph with a pop time of 2.1. The receiving is solid and he shows soft hands while securing the catch. The transfer can improve with better foot work, which will allow his arm strength to come out. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 90 mph. The setup is even in base, front foot is open to start. The bottom half uses a knee to knee approach as the ball comes into the hitting zone. The hands work free and clean, small amount of lift in his swing. Solid player. 

Tee Exit Velocity- 90 mph
Catching Velocity- 71 mph
Pop Time- 2.1
INF Velocity- 77 mph


The 6-foot, 200-pound right-handed hitting catcher/ 1st baseman, is a big physical athlete.  The bat is a serious tool with an exit velocity of 88 mph.  The stance begin open and even with the balance.  The take back with the hands is quiet and gets into a strong hitting position.  The stride is short but the weight gets a little heavy on the back side occasionally. The bat is really quick and gets elevated through the zone.  Showed the ability to let the ball get deep in the zone and drive the ball through the center of the field. 

Tee Exit Velocity- 88 mph
INF/C Velocity- 79 mph
Pop Time- 1.93

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