Max Walker
Max Walker
Max Walker
Max Walker

CLASS OF 2018

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Max
Walker

Massachusetts-Lowell
Milton (HS) • MA
6-2 • 195LBS • R/R
Travel Team: South Shore Spartans / Milton Legion 114

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6-foot-2, 195-pound right-handed hitting catcher.  Threw 82 mph down to second base during the defensive portion of the workouts. The pop time is 1.97 as his arm strength stands out. Ran a 7.51 sixty on the laser at the event. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 86 mph, as the path is long to the ball. The hands work well, and they are clean but the path needs to be shortened. Sets up with his feet wide, uses a small pick up and put down of the front foot as the ball approaches. The hands have minimal movement to them in terms of a load. Uses a 1-handed finish after contact.  Arm is his tool that really stands out, may want to look at him on the mound someday.

Tee Exit Velocity- 86 mph
Catcher's Pop Time- 1.97
Catcher's Velocity- 82 mph
 
8/8/2017

6-foot-2, 180-pound right-handed hitting catcher. Threw 83 mph down to second base, which is above average in any league. The pop time is 1.95 as the feet need to quicken. The arm path is a tick long but the strength is obvious. Receiving is trending in the right direction, needs to continue to work on securing the catch and softening the glove. Has the ability to be a serious catch and throw guy. The bat has tee exit velocity of 83 mph as well. Hits out of a wide base and high handed set up. The path is long and flat to the ball, bottom half is under control throughout the swing. The hands work, needs to trust them more as at times he guides the bat. Ran a 4.7 down the line on his dig to first base. Hard to ignore how good the arm is, its legit.
Tee Exit Velocity- 83 mph
Catching Velocity- 83 mph
Pop Time- 1.95

 
12/11/2016
Right-handed hitting catcher who displays all the tools to be a high level guy in college. Pop time of 1.88, the transfer is simple and clean. The feet work and the receiving of the ball is soft, a great deal to like about his defense. Threw 81 mph from behind the dish, well above average if you don't know anything about throwing from behind the dish. Ran a 7.18 on the turf, showing good athletic movements as well. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 80 mph as the frame needs physical strength. Sets up with a wide base and the bottom half stays under control throughout the swing. The hands starts high and work down to the ball. Would like to see him loosen his hands up a bit to quicken the barrel. Looks like he is worried about staying flat through the zone a little too much. Makes solid contact and has an idea with the bat, it just looks to me as if there is more in there. Big time catching prospect for me, really like his game. 




9/25/16
Right-handed hitting catcher who opened eyes at the event. A guy everyone that should be on everyone’s radar. Threw 78 mph down to second with ease and carry to his throws. The path is simple, strong and accurate. Pope time of 1.99, transfer is clean and the feet work as he is athletic. The bat has a good path to it, currently a little long but with added physical strength it should clean right up. Tee exit velocity of 82 mph. Hits out of a wide base with a even handed start. The bottom half action is minimal and he stays under control throughout the swing. Tripled in the game, hammering a ball in the gap. Ran a 4.7 down the line on his dig to first base. Division 1 catching prospect for me. 
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