Brett Upton
Brett Upton
Brett Upton
Brett Upton
Brett Upton




Mott CC
Beal City (HS) • MI
5-11 • 208LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Saginaw Means


2018 National

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5-foot-11, 208 pound strong framed prospect. At the plate sets up with a wide, slightly crouched stance. Keeps his hands back and uses his legs well to explode on the ball. Solid hitter with raw power. Has fast hands and a short swing path. In the field has a relaxed approach allowing the ball into his body with soft hands, taking a step and throwing from a high 3/4 arm angle. On the mound repeated his delivery each time throwing from a 3/4 arm angle with ease. Heavy fastball 82-83 mph. Sharp 11/5 breaking curve 65-66 mph and a 74-75 mph change up . 
60 time: 7.78
Exit velo: 91 mph
Inf velo: 76 mph
At 5-foot-10, 200-pounds, Upton has a stocky but strong build. In the batter’s box, he has a simple swing and showcased some pull-side raw power. He ran a 7.43 60-yard dash and had an exit velocity off the tee at 91 mph. He works his feet through the ball at shortstop to help create momentum towards first base with his throws. On the mound, he has a quick and efficient arm action that produces an 83-85 mph fastball with some downhill action from a high-3/4 arm slot. He has a good feel for his changeup and throws it with the same arm speed as his fastball with it sitting at 71-73 mph and late run. His 12/6 curveball has big break to it and sits 62-66 mph.

5-foot-10, 205-pound prospect. Level stance. Long swing but gets the barrel out to produce some pull side power. Aggressive swings helped record an 88 mph exit velocity. Moves well on the infield. Needs to continue working through the baseball. Arm velocity across the diamond was 74 mph. Strong frame from the right side that throws a heavy sinking fastball that sits 80-82 mph, touching 84 mph. From a ¾ arm angle the curve has arm speed similar to the fastball, with sharp break and 10/4 movement. Also displayed the ability to change arm angles dropping to a sidearm angle delivering an 81 mph fastball with arm side run. Brett will be fun to follow. 
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