Max Longman
Max Longman
Max Longman




Portage Central (HS) • MI
6-2 • 215LBS • R/R
Travel Team: HBF Maroons Easton


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Committed to UMASS for football. Offensive lineman on the gridiron and in the box. Hulking presence. Right-handed hitter, deposited a 90-mph fastball over the left field fence in the first inning; also squared up a ball to left field.

6-foot-2, 215 pound physical prospect moves well around 1B. He's light on his feet, fielding the ball into his body. At the plate sets up with a slight crouch with elevated hands. Works in rhythm using a toe tap load swinging on a level plane with short compact swing. Effortless power driving the ball primarily up the middle. On the mound uses a quick motion working to his balance point with a slight pause, throwing from a high 3/4 arm angle. Fastball was powered down in the zone with a  heavy fill 78-80 mph. Sweeping 61-62 mph curve thrown with good deception. 70-71 mph sinking change up.
Home to 1st: 4.75
Exit Velo: 90 mph
Inf Velo: 77 mph

6-foot-2, 210 pound prospect rana 4.66 home to 1st. Has a physical presence in the batter's box using a tall set up with his hands elevated. Toe tap load, using a smooth cut slightly uphill. Hit the ball primarily up the middle and to the pull side. 77 mph exit velocity. Cradles the ball at 1B with a good accurate arm across the diamond 72 mph. Calm demeanor on the mound sitting on his back leg well, driving off the mound from a high ¾ arm angle. Fastball was heavy at 76-78 mph , sinking 64-67 mph changeup, and a nice sweeping curve 59-62 mph.

Longman has a 6-foot-1, 210-pound build. He has an open, crouched stance and has good rhythm with his load. His swing has an uphill plane and he shows the ability to keep the barrel through the hitting zone. His exit velocity was 80 mph and he ran a 4.81 home-to-1st. In the field, he fields the ball out front with soft hands and sets his feet well to make throws. His velocity across the diamond was 70 mph.

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