Keegan O'Connor
Keegan O'Connor
Keegan O'Connor




St. John's Prep (HS) • MA
5-11 • 173LBS • R/R


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5-foot-11, 175-pound right-handed hitting catcher who is coming off a broken ankle. The receiving has improved since the last time I saw him. The securing of the catch is sound now, solid receiver. The arm works out of a short back half path, threw 73 mph from behind the dish. The transfer needs to continue to improve as he goes way too fast while trying to throw to second. Accuracy has to come into play at some point, and being in control of your feet is where it starts. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 85 mph. The hands work clean and free to the ball. The stance is wide, front foot open to start. Closes down the front foot as the ball approaches and initiates the swing. The front side comes off the ball as the swing starts, causing a slight uphill path.  A great deal of potential in the bat. Good follow as a hitter.
Tee Exit Velo- 85 mph
Catching Velo- 73 mph 

Right-handed hitting catcher from St John's Prep, his second event since August. Like his game and certainly his commitment to developing in baseball. Currently in hoops season so you are aware as you read this. Showed very well with the bat, tee exit velocity of 84. Starts with his feet and hands even. The bat has a slight wrap to it as he initiates the swing. The path is excellent to the ball and he finished through the ball at contact appropriately. Look for him to be offensive catcher as he gets older. Chance to really hit. Ran a 7.44 on the turf. Defensively, showed much improvement with his receiving and securing the catch. The glove is soft and he centers the ball well. Pop time of 2.01 as the transfer and footwork need to continue to improve. The arm slot during the transfer seemed much higher than we he played regular catch, something to look at. Threw 75 mph from behind the dish. Good looking 2019 prospect. 


Right-handed hitting catcher from Massachusetts that attended the Maine event at Bridgton Academy. Advanced skill set to catch, pop time of 1.98. Threw 76 mph down to second base. The transfer still needs to be cleaned up, the footwork can be simplified as its currently stretched out and rushed. The receiving needs to continued to be worked on as taking the mask to the ball during securement of the catch is a must. Blocking is done appropriately. Ran a 7.56 60 at the event. Swung the bat well, squaring up a bunch of a balls during the simulated scrimmage. Tee exit velocity of 87 mph. Sets up in an even footed start with the front foot slightly open. Lift of the front foot as the ball approaches occurs as a timing mechanism. The hands are free and work clean. The bat path is in and out of the strike zone as it needs to be flattened. Good looking prospect.

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