Henry Pavco-Giaccia




Notre Dame
Bullis (HS) • MD
6-2 • 160LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Stars (Red) 16U


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6.27.17:  Pavco-Giaccia is 6-2 with a lankier athletic frame that is projectable. Hits from the right side from an athletic stance, short stride on line smooth load back, quiet rhythm that is good. Explosive lower half and good balance to his swing. Short simple swing, level line drive hitter with some power potential and extension through the ball. Showed a pull tendency, exit velocity was 82. At third, clean footwork, fields with a good base and above average hands. Clean exchange, throws from a lower three-quarters arm slot, loose arm action, infield velocity was 82. On the mound, throws from a low three-quarters arm slot, longer loose arm action. Shoulders are uphill and closed, lands square with a slight fall off finish. Fastball was 83-85, touched 86, with angle and some late run to it. Curveball was 71-74 with good armspeed and late hard 11/5 break. Change-up was 70-73 with sinking action and some armspeed.
Pavco-Giaccia is a RHP/INF for Bullis School in Maryland, he lives in Virginia.
10.12.15 Pavco-Giaacia has an athletic frame. At the plate, he hits from the right side and has an athletic stance and a smooth back load with a short stride. He has an explosive lower half that generates a fast bat and he maintains his balance throughout his swing. He has a short swing path and gets good extension through the ball with a gap-to-gap approach and decent power. On the mound, Pavco-Giaacia throws from a low three-quarters arm slot with a quick arm that generates easy velocity. His shoulders are uphill and closed as he strides out to a square landing and an athletic finish. His fastball was 77-79 with late run. He threw a tight curveball that had late 10/4 break because of his low arm slot that ran 72 and a very good running changeup that was 70-73. He commanded all three pitches very well.
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