Nathan Thurber
Nathan Thurber




Framingham (HS) • MA
6-1 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Nokona
2022 National

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Nathan Thurber: RHP/SS, (2022) Framingham, MA. 6-foot-1, 175-pound athletic build. Above average on the mound, had a loose quick arm action and a high ¾ arm angle with consistent arm speed. Drop-and-drive type pitcher and shows some effort. Showed athletic balance point and in line shoulders. Lands closed with an athletic finish. Sat with his fastball at 79-80 mph; showed running action with heavy movement. (Max spin 2162; Avg 1959). Shows glove side control and tight late action on his slider (72-73). (Max spin 2111; Avg 1902). 

Scout Evaluation 

Nathan Thurber, Framingham, 2022, MA

Position: RHP/SS

Body: 6-foot-1, 175-pound athletic build.

Pitching:  Above average. drop-and-drive delivery, some effort. high ¾ arm angle, consistent arm speed, loose quick arm action. Athletic balance point, in line shoulders, lands closed, an athletic finish.

FB: T80. 79-80 mph. (Max spin 2162;  Avg 1959). Running action, heavy movement. 

CB: (Max spin 1986; Avg 1902). 

SL: 72-73 mph. Glove side control, tight late action. (Max spin 2111; Avg 1902). 



6-foot-1, 170-pound right-handed pitcher and right-handed hitting shortstop. The showing on the bump at the event was outstanding. The fastball sat 83-84 mph with arm side run and command to it.  The spin pitch was 74-75 mph and very good in shape. The changeup was 70-71 mph with arm side action to it. The delivery is online with the feet and the slot is slightly above 3/4 in action. The post foot is on top of the rubber, causing forward lean to it. The lift is athletic, solid in tempo and online. The arm is clean and he shows command of the baseball. Positionally, the approach in the infield is athletic and he moves through the baseball. The glove is reliable and he threw 78 mph during the infield portion of the workout. The bat has an exit velocity of 84 mph. The setup is close with the feet and the front foot is slightly open to start. The path is uphill through contact with the baseball.

Exit Velocity- 84 mph

INF Velocity- 78 mph

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