Cameron Thibeault
Cameron Thibeault

CLASS OF 2020

C
3B

Cameron
Thibeault

St. Johns Shrewsbury (HS) • MA
6-0 • 190LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Storm Brigade

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2020 National

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7/16/19

6-foot, 190pound right-handed hitting catcher. Much improved since I last saw him as he does a great well. Additionally, he plays hard and looks like he is enjoying, kind of a throw back. Ran a 7.13 sixty at the event. The catch and throw skill set is improving. The receiving is getting softer at the catch. The throwing has improved, threw 71 mph down to second base, out of a quick short release. The pop time is 2.09. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 76 mph. The setup is wide in base, and the bottom half stays under control. The finish is low after contact, would like to see the path flatten through the zone. The hands work free and clean to contact. 

Tee Exit Velocity- 76 mph
Catching Velocity- 71 mph
Pop Time- 2.09

7/18/18

5-foot-11, 180-pound right-handed hitting catcher. Ran a 5.0 on his dig to first base at the event. The catching is solid, as he received the ball softly and the setup is appropriate. Threw 65 mph down to second base as he can benefit from an off-season long toss program. The feet can improve during the transfer. Pop time of 2.28. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 74 mph. The set up is wide in base, the bottom half is under control throughout the swing. The path needs to be flattened as it is presently up and over the ball at contact. The hands work freely so making adjustments should be simple, showed the ability to use the whole field in batting practice.

Tee Exit Velocity- 74 mph
Catching Velocity- 65 mph
Pop Time- 2.28

3/11/18

6-foot, 175-pound right-handed hitting catcher and infielder. Threw 65 mph from behind the dish at the workout. The feet can improve as he matures, better direction to aid the throwing process. The arm will benefit from an off-season long toss program. The receiving is trending the right way, needs to continue to stay soft with the glove and continue to work on securing the catch. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 76 mph. Stance is wide, high back elbow to start. The hands are set low, the path is long to contact. The hands work freely to the ball. Ran a 7.29 sixty at the event.

Tee Exit Velocity- 76 mph
Catching Velocity- 65 mph
60 Time- 7.29

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