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Western New England University
Newton North (HS) • MA
6' 3" • 170LBS
R/L • 23yr 11mo
Travel Team: Nokona Chiefs


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6-foot-3 170-pound left-handed pitcher. The frame is very projectable and he is loose with his actions. The fastball touched 81 mph, arm side run to the pitch. The spin pitch is big in shape, sat at 66 mph, tightening that pitch up is key for him IMO. The changeup is 69-72 mph, showed fade to the pitch. The delivery has crossfire to the feet, above ¾ in slot. The lift is athletic and high. Uses a small coil at the top of the lift, where his posture goes back toward third base. Needs a slight posture fix. The arm works clean and the glove side is posted.  The potential is certainly in there.


6-foot-2, 155-pound left-handed pitcher who is developing nicely as he matures. The fastball touched 79 mph with true left-handed action to it. The breaking ball is big and has plenty of depth to it, sat at 64 mph. Adding more fastball hand speed to it will help the pitch. The changeup is a work in progress. The delivery is online with his feet. Pitches out of a plus ¾ arm slot, slight back arch as he gets into foot strike. Athletic lift and coil at the top, and corrals the glove side as he gets into release. The delivery is under control, he is big and left-handed as well. Would like to see him get on a serious weight training program and get close to 200 pounds, then we will see a velocity spike. Currently throws strikes and has a feel.


6-foot-1, 150-pound left-handed pitcher and first baseman. Threw 69 across the infield from first base. The glove is solid and he showed good feet around the bag. Ran a 4.24 thirty at the event. The bat has a tee exit velocity 78 mph. The feet start even and slightly open. The front foot dives into the plate as the ball approaches. The path is long to the ball.  On the mound, which, in my opinion, is where his future is. The fastball touched 75 mph with good arm side run to it. The breaking pitch has the right shape, touching 57 mph. The changeup is a good looking pitch sitting at 64 mph. The slot is slightly above ¾. The delivery has an athletic lift and a slight back arch. A posture adjustment is necessary.  I like the stuff and the frame, his best days are in front of him.

Tee Exit Velo-78 mph
INF Velo- 69 mph

Lanky left-handed arm with a projectable frame and good stuff to go with it. The delivery is online and the slot is slightly higher than ¾. Small coil at the top of the lift, tracks his front shoulder properly and there is minimal glove side pull. The direction is very good and the arm works freely. The fastball sat at 73 mph and is true. The breaking ball shape is right, sitting at 69 mph. The changeup is above average, showing good hand speed and fade to the pitch. The changeup sat at 65 mph. At the plate, tee exit velocity of 75 mph. Hits from the right-side, sets up with his feet close together, front foot slightly open and he dives into the ball as it approaches. The path is long to contact, although he did he a few balls hard during the game. Ran a 5.11 down the line on his dig to first base.  I like him on the bump.

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