Austin Palo




Northwood University
Howell (HS) • MI
5-11 • 185LBS • R/R


2015 National

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5-foot-10, 180 pound prospect. ¾ arm slot with clean mechanics and downhill action on pitches. Fastball has arm side run at 80-82 mph, 12/6 curveball with good depth at 63-64 mph, and change-up with plus sink at 67-69 mph. Good action with footwork and glove at first base, short arm action throwing 85 mph across the infield. Ran a 4.62 home to first. Short compact swing with plus bat speed creating power to the pull side. Bat speed registered at 87 mph.

5-foot-11, 185 pound strong bodied prospect. Showed good range, hands, and footwork at first base. Threw 77 mph across the infield. Ran a 4.23 home to 1st. Good Seperation with quick hands at the plate, flat bat path through the strike zone. Bat speed registered at 86 mph.

5-foot-11, 185 pound two way prospect.  At first base, he displays some softness in hands, and some fluidity in footwork.  Throws through a 3/4 slot with short arm action.  Topped out at 70 mph (did sit 78-81 mph on the mound).  At the plate, the right handed hitter displays a compact right handed swing with definite linedrive ability.  Starts with a balanced stance and uses a short stride.  Back foot gains ground through fluid stroke.  Also displayed some fast bat speed, and reached a top exit velocity of 85 mph off the tee.  Ran a 7.38 60 yard dash time.  On the mound he throws through an over the top slot.  Tends to land open.  Features a 78-81 mph fastball that shows slight arm-side run.  His 61-65 mph curve ball displays gradual 12/6 tilt.  Also mixed in a 66-71 mph changeup; tend to slow arm speed.

The bigger bodied Palo profiles best as a corner infielder. He showed solid range from side to side and softer hands. At the plate is where he is most comfortable.  He was balanced and had a smooth coupled with a short stride.  He has a bit of swagger at the plate and seems to go gap to gap.
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