Zavier Warren
Zavier Warren
Zavier Warren
Zavier Warren
Zavier Warren
Zavier Warren
Zavier Warren
Zavier Warren
Zavier Warren
Zavier Warren
Zavier Warren

CLASS OF 2017

SS
2B

Zavier
Warren

Central Michigan
Birmingham Groves (HS) • MI
6-0 • 195LBS • S/R
Travel Team: Arsenal Baseball

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2020 National

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3/4/17
6-foot, 187 pound versatile athlete is committed to Central Michigan. A switch hitter may be the state's most pure hitter. Behind the plate has very soft hands and quick feet getting rid of the ball quickly. Had one of the top pop times on the day. In the infield is very smooth working through the ball throwing from a high 3/4 arm angle with a quick release. At the plate on the right side begins with an open stance with the bat on his shoulder. Moves into rhythm using a short compact cut to barrel the ball consistently on the right side. On the left side uses an identical stance staying inside the ball working the middle of the field. He can flat out hit.
Home to 1st: 4.11
Exit Velo: R98/L94
Inf Velo: 83 mph
C Velo: 76 mph
Pop time: 1.85-1.91

6/29/16
Warren is a 6-foot, 180 pound switch hitting versatile athlete. Has soft hands in the infield while displaying above average range. Ability to play middle infield at the next level. Behind the plate has quick feet and ball transfer skills. Popped a 1.89-1.93 to second base. Shows good power on the right side of the plate. Ball jumps off the bat. 93 mph exit velo on the right. From the left side showed quick hands and the ability to stay inside the ball. Was able to hit to all fields. 91 mph exit velo from the left.

3/6/16
Warren has a 5-foot-11, 180-pound build. He has an open stance from both sides of the plate while displaying good bat speed from the left side and right side. He shows more power as a right-handed hitter and a good lower half from the left side. His exit velocity from the right side was 89 mph and 91 mph from the left side. He ran a 7.17 60-yard dash. On the infield, he shows smooth actions with good footwork and works his hands through the ball. His velocity across the diamond was 82 mph. Behind the plate, he shows quick feet with a smooth, quick transfer. He has a short release with pop times clocked at 1.92-1.98 and a velocity of 80 mph down to second base.

7/30/15
5-foot-11, 165-pound prospect. A switch hitting catcher/middle infielder that uses an open stance to drive the ball from both sides of the plate. Currently hits with a little more power from the right side of the plate. Recorded an 86 mph exit velo on the right and 85 mph exit velo on the left. He's light on his feet, paired with a quick release and soft hands in the infield. Threw 80 mph across the infield. Behind the plate displayed extreme quickness while recorded a best pop time of 1.96. 

6/23/15
5-foot-10, 160-pound athlete. Quick, level swing from the left side. Able to find barrel consistently while spraying to all fields. Right-handed swing a little longer than from the left side. Bat exit velocity recorded 88 mph from both sides. Behind the plate, low receiver with quick transfer and feet towards second base. Needs to gain positive ground more consistency with better balance for more accurate throws. Athletic on the infield with good footwork. Solid glove actions with strong range. Arm velocity of 77 mph from across the diamond. 

2/7/15
5-foot-10, 160-pound prospect. Plus athletic actions at shortstop with good range. Threw 77 mph across the infield. Good flexibility with excellent receiving skills. Pop time of 2.01-2.08. Ran a 60-yard dash. Compact swing with quick hands from the left side. Short compact swing from the right side showing the ability  to hit to all fields. Bat speed registered at 81 mph from the left side and 84 mph from the right side.

8/17/14
5-foot-9, 155 pound athletic prospect. Excellent actoins at shortstop with his footwork and glove working through the baseball. Great range laterally, threw 73 mph across the infield. Showed ability to receive and block the baseball well behind the plate with good flexibility. Pop time of 2.20-2.28. Ran a 4.38 home to 1st. Swtich hitter at he plate, quick hands and short bat path from the right side. Open to even stance with pull strength from the left side. Bat speed registered at 80 mph from both sides of the plate.

2020 DRAFT:Once upon a time, Warren was a sleeper prospect from the Wolverine State. He was a catcher in high school, but has seen time mostly at shortstop for the Chippewas and at third base last summer in the Cape. However, in Warren's case, his prep position of catcher may be the position that carries him to the Big Leagues. He made three starts there during the shortened 2020 season. He's a pleasure to watch on the field, boasting quick and dependable hands, athletic actions and a 70-grade arm. Offensively, he's a switch hitter with loose hands and good bat speed, and is more fluid with some loft from the left side. Warren is also an aggressive runner, allowing him to make the most of his fringe-average speed. After raking his way through the Cape last summer, slashing .315/.396/.443 for Bourne, Warren continued his offensive consistency with a .328/.469/.406 slash with 16 walks against nine strikeouts during the shortened spring. He's an especially attractive option for those ML clubs who covet multi-position athletes with hit ability and plate discipline, believing the power will come with age and experience.

8/13/19:Warren is a pleasure to watch on the field, boasting quick and dependable hands, athletic actions and a double-plus arm. He charges well and can make all the throws necessary for the hot corner, projecting as a plus defender there, long term. While he handles shortstop, as well, and there is a chance he can stick there at least for the beginning of his pro career, a thick trunk, broad frame and fringy speed portend a shift to third sooner than later. Offensively, the Chippewa is a switch hitter with loose hands and good bat speed. He is more fluid, with more natural loft, from the left side, with an ability to consistently drive the gaps with authority. The power is light for a corner spot at present, making him somewhat of a tweener profile, but the defensive value could be high enough to make up for any offensive deficiencies at third if it comes to that. Warren is also a heady and aggressive runner, allowing him to make the most of his fringe-average speed with good, aggressive reads. After raking his way through the Cape this summer, slashing .315/.396/.443 for Bourne over 170 plate appearances, he projects as a Day 2 target with a chance to bump up even more with a strong fall and spring back on campus. (Faleris)

5/10/19: A former prep catcher, Warren showed a smooth swing from both sides with over the fence pop from the right side and gap power from the left. For the season Warren is slashing .361/.485/.582 with seven home runs, 62 RBIs and 13 stolen bases in 13 attempts. During an earlier game look this season, Warren showed a plus arm, plus hands and a real good internal clock on defense. He has top 5 round potential and is one to watch for the Chippewas in 2020. (Seifert)

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