Craig Dunn
Craig Dunn
Craig Dunn




Worcester Polytechnic Institute
West Bridgewater (HS) • MA
6-1 • 170LBS • L/R
Travel Team: GBG Hawks


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6-foot-1, 170-pound right-handed pitcher who continues to progress very well. Threw the ball well at the event. The fastball touched 82 mph, has arm side run to it. The spin pitch is 72 mph, good shape and depth to the pitch at 11/5. The changeup has improved, now sits at 77-78 mph with good fade to the pitch. The delivery is online with his feet, and the slot is slightly above ¾. The lift is repeated, coil at the top and a small head lean as he makes his way into foot strike. The glove has pull to it, less than it did last year, helping him stay on target.  All of his pitches spin correctly and continuing to get stronger is imperative to his development on the mound.

6-foot, 160-pound right-handed pitcher coming off a legit high school campaign. Pitches out of a slightly higher than ¾ arm slot with quickness on the front end of the arm swing. The direction of the front side and the closing down of the front arm is done appropriately. There is crossfire to his feet which hinders his ability to get more tilt on his spin pitch, which does have good shape to it. Strike thrower and a very good athlete. The fastball sat at 79 mph and the spin pitch was 68 mph. He has pitched a great deal, usually sits in the low 80’s with his fastball. Good looking young prospect who should be a very good follow for colleges.


6-foot-1, 165-pound athletic right-hander with a bright future on the mound. The fastball touched 79 mph with arm side run to it. The breaking ball showed the right shape and depth to it, sitting at 70 mph. The changeup is developing nicely at 72 mph. Pitches out of a plus ¾ slot with a bit of a hand wrap on the backside of his arm swing. The direction of his fee and shoulders are appropriate and the extension is very good at his age. The arm, itself, is fast. Look for a serious jump in velocity in the next couple years. Swung the bat well from the left side as well, tee exit velocity of 77 mph. Sets up with a wide base and clean hands to the ball. The path is simple and on time, as he stays in his legs during the swing. Good looking player. Ran a 4.0 thirty dash.

Tee Exit- 77 mph

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