Brian Martin

CLASS OF 2018

OF
RHP

Brian
Martin

Michigan State
John Glenn (HS) • MI
6-1 • 205LBS • S/R
Travel Team: Chi-Town Cream

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3/3/18
6-foot-1, 205 pound athletic prospect is committed to Michigan State as a two way player and showed why among some of the state's top talent. At the plate sets up with a balanced stance using a knee bend. Keeps his hands in a strong launch position using a toe tap load to making contact with a longer bat path with a top hand release. Showed raw power at the plate, producing line drives to the pull side and up the middle. In the OF moves through the ball throwing with carry. On the mound steps left re positioning his body as he moves to his balance point turning inward and throwing with some effort from a high 3/4 arm angle. Fastball showed arm side run 86-87 mph. Late breaking hard curve that sat 77-78 mph and a sinking change up 76-80 mph. 
Exit velo: 98 mph
OF velo: 88 mph
60 time: 7.08
3/6/16
Martin has a 6-foot-1, 175-pound build. He has an open stance and uses a double tap wit his timing. He shows good rhythm with bat speed and power potential. His exit velocity was 87 mph and he ran the 60-yard dash in 7.09. He shows smooth actions and takes good angles on the infield, His position velocity was 82 mph across the diamond. On the mound, he uses a steady pace on the hill with his hands held waist high. Turns in, with a high leg kick prior to delivering from a 3/4  arm angle. Fastball sat 83-85 mph, sharp breaking 75-76 mph curve and 73-74 mph cut changeup.

6/16/15
6-foot-1, 175-pound prospect. Athletic actions at third base. Fields the ball deep, but has good arm strength to make it across the diamond. Registered a 82 MPH arm velocity. From the right side, slightly open stance. Strong, line drive swing on a good bat plane. From the left side, toe tap to longer stride. Had an 83 MPH bat exit speed from the right side and an 81 MPH bat exit speed from the left side. Heavy, 80-85 MPH fastball with hard action. Sharp slider at 73-75 MPH that is a swing-and-miss pitch. Featured a cutter at 80 MPH. Quick arm sped and easy effort in the delivery. 
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