James Broderick
James Broderick
James Broderick
James Broderick

CLASS OF 2020

SS
2B

James
Broderick

Wake Forest
Lawrence Academy (HS) • MA
6-0 • 180LBS • L/R
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2/09/20

New England Procase

6-foot, 180-pound, average athletic frame. A left-handed hitting middle infielder, who projects out to play second or third base at the next level. The top tool is his ability to swing the bat and overall feel for the game. In the box, is super balanced, loose hands, with slight pre-pitch movement to them. The swing is level, hands really work through the zone, gap to gap approach. Shows to have enough pop to beat the outfielders, had a tee exit of 86 mph. Threw 83 mph across the diamond, clean arm action and footwork. Should be able to handle the bat at the next level.

Tee Exit Velocity: 86 mph

Arm Velocity: 83 mph

Sixty-Yard: 7.55

7/18/18

6-foot, 170-pound left-handed hitting middle infielder. Ran a 4.4 down the line on his dig to first base. He did not throw at the event as he is recovering from arm soreness. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 91 mph. The stance is wide in base, the hands manuever the bat well. The front foot is picked up and put down as the ball approaches. He is under control throughout. The path is simple, could be flattened but the hands have plus life to them.

Tee Exit Velocity- 91 mph

6/20/18

6-foot-0, 170 pounds, lean, athletic frame, can continuing filling out without sacrificing athleticism, twitchy movements. Ran a 7.14 sixty yard dash, quick first step, speed plays up more in bursts. A left-handed hitter, Broderick impressed during batting practice, cracking hard hit line drives to center and right field. Loose, quick hands propel the bat into the zone with authority. Balanced and even in the box, the hit tool was on display during game action too, where he showed an ability to barrel the ball, collecting a single and a home run. Level-up bat path with a tee exit velocity measured at 88 MPH. Working out from shortstop, Broderick has flow in his game. Athletic actions moving well laterally, may have the range for shortstop. Throws from a ¾ slot and the arm was clocked up to 85 MPH. Crisp double play turns. Big time prospect, big time follow out of Massachusetts, profiling as an up the middle infielder and top of the order bat.

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.14
Exit Velocity: 88 mph
Arm Velocity: 85  mph

2018 FUTURE GAMES
6-foot, 170-pound left-handed hitting middle infielder. Solid performance at the event, had two hits on the final day of game play. Ran a 7.47 sixty on the laser at the event. The glove is solid and he shows the ability to play multiple positions in the field. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 87 mph. The setup is wide in base, uses a pick up and put down of the front foot as the ball approaches the hitting zone. The path to the ball is long, can be shortened with strength and better initiation of the hand start. Uses a 1-handed finish after he makes contact. Very interesting prospect, things to like in the bat.

Tee Exit Velocity- 87 mph

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