Dennis Colleran
Dennis Colleran
Dennis Colleran

CLASS OF 2021

RHP
1B

Dennis
Colleran

Northeastern
North Attleboro (HS) • MA
6-3 • 220LBS • R/R
Travel Team: GBG Hawks

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2021 National

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8/10/20

Closing things out in that game was Colleran, a Northeastern recruit. All he did was sit 94-97 in two innings, striking out two and allowing two hits. His breaking ball was inconsistent, showing cement mixer action at times, but it did flash average to above average at 82-85.

2/09/20

New England Procase

6-foot-3, 220-pound, strong, thick, athletic frame. A right-handed pitcher, with a power arm, working from a 3/4 to lower slot. The delivery has some effort to it, working from the stretch position. The hands stay at mid-chest, leg kick is quick, height and coil to it, fast tempo. The arm action is clean, serious hand speed on release, topping 94 mph, sitting 89-91 mph. The fastball has plus action to arm side. The breaking pitch is more of a hard sweeper, clocked at 74-78 mph. The changeup is a work in progress, till this point has not had to use it. Will need to develop pitch ability, big time power arm. 

3/11/18

6-foot-1,180-pound, strong, physical, athletic frame. A well proportioned athlete, shoulders are rounded, back is wide, has plenty of room to fill out, should be quite physical at some point. A two-way player, at the plate, feet are shoulder width apart, feet are even, hands are loose set a the letters. For timing uses a big quick leg kick, gets the weight and hands back, gains ground with stride foot. The swing is level to up, barrel has serious life on contact, gets through the baseball, with a higher finish. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 87 mph, baseball jumps off the bat. The front foot could soften a bit, gets heavy at times. Off the mound, fastball reached 83 mph, with heavy action to the arm side. Located the fastball to both sides in the bottom part of the zone. The breaking ball has good depth, proper spin, tilt to it, clocked at 71 mph, chance to be a wipeout pitch at some point. The changeup was clocked at 73-75 mph, with good down action to it, times to the plate were at 1.55. Delivery is simple, has an athletic leg raise, arm works out of a ¾ slot, gets good extension on release. The frontside showed minimal pull, with good direction. Behind the plate, setup is relaxed and athletic, hands look to be soft, works low to the ground, gets behind the baseball when receiving it. The arm was clocked at 74 mph, uses a jump turn, for the transfer. Setup is relaxed and athletic, hands look to be soft in the catch. Big time prospect, strength with the bat, chance to be a big time arm off the mound, serious follow.

Tee Exit Velocity: 87 MPH
Arm Velocity: 74 MPH

12/10/17

6-foot-1, 180-pound catcher and right-handed pitcher. Defensively, threw 74 mph down to second base from behind the dish. The pop time was 2.2 as the feet and transfer needs to improve as he matures. The receiving is appropriate at his age, needs to continue to develop soft hands. Ran a 8.0 sixty at the event. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 85 mph as he is a strong looking kid. Hits out of a even start, big pick up and put down of the front foot. The swing is long and he comes off the ball prior to contact. On the mound, he showed good promise as the arm works nicely out of a slightly higher than ¾ slot. The fastball touched 77 mph with a good plane to it. The breaking pitch is 64 mph , needs more depth to the pitch. The changeup is 64 mph and a work in progress, needs a spin fix. The frame is sturdy and he projects well on the mound. The back foot is on top of the rubber, leading to forward. Slight coil at the top of the lift and he pulls the glove across the hitters face. Threw strikes with his pitches, and showed feel for what he was doing. Needs to keep the same hand speed on his secondary pitches. Solid prospect on the mound.

Tee Exit Velocity- 85 mph
Pop Time- 2.2
Catching Velocity- 74 mph

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