Luke DeGrammont
Luke DeGrammont
Luke DeGrammont
Luke DeGrammont
Luke DeGrammont
Luke DeGrammont




Concordia University-St. Paul
Lakeville North (HS) • MN
5-10 • 181LBS • L/L


2017 National

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6/20/16- 5-foot-10, 180-pound left-handed pitcher. Average build, competitive on mound, and shows ability to expand zone inducing weak contact. Arm-side run on fastball with above avg. command to both sides of plate. Fastball was 78-81 mph. 1/7 breaking has avg. spin, solid shape, and lands in zone consistently. Heavy sink on changeup thrown with deception and arm speed.
3/13/16- 5-foot-10, 180-pound left-handed hitting 2-way player. 7.41 runner. Ball comes out clean from ¾ slot with solid run at 80-83 mph. Downhill plane to fastball. Breaking ball has short sharp break with good depth. Changeup has good ASR and works bottom of zone. Follow on mound for 2017 class. Open stance and strides to square. Shoulder load creates some length in swing. Flat clean swing plane. Middle/pull approach and uses hands well to go to opposite field. 85 mph exit velocity. Light on his feet with good footwork and soft glove. Above avg. defender at position. Long release with accuracy at 74 mph.
10/25/15- 5-foot-10, 170-pound left-handed hitting 2-way player. 7.35 runner. Solid balance point. Slight pause on backside of arm circle with short clean arm action. Lands slightly across body in delivery. Fastball is straight with solid command at 76-78 mph. 1/7 breaking has improved with tighter rotation. Changeup has heavy action; tended to be up in zone in this outing. Aggressive swings in box. Clean bat path. Some length to contact. Strides across body. Uses whole field. Solid oppo line drives. 85 mph exit velocity off tee. Soft hands with average feet around bag. Longer arm action. Ability to start double play. 75 mph arm strength.
5-foot-10, 170-pound left-handed hitting 2-way player. Line drive swing plane. Uses hands well in swing. Tight lower half. Middle/pull approach. Average pop in bat. Solid contact. 89 mph exit velocity. Soft glove. Good direction with feet. Solid around bag. Arm is clean and makes accurate throws at 72 mph across infield. Up tempo delivery. Good body control. Short arm circle. Fastball shows cut action in bottom of zone at 71-75 mph. 12/6 breaking ball with solid shape and average depth on break. Changeup shows good action and fade at bottom of zone at 70-71 mph.
February 2015
5-foot-10, 170-pound 2-way player. Short medium sized build. Ran a 7.94 60. Start open and strides extremely closed at contact. Upper half mechanics are very good. Shows looseness in swing and is short to contact. Good hand-eye coordination and makes solid mid-pull contact. 79 mph exit velocity off tee. Quiet actions defensively with soft hands and good feet. Plays with confidence and rhythm. 72 mph arm strength across diamond. On the mound uses simple turn and balance delivery. Arm is long in back and has some looseness. Fastball was straight with occasional run. Shows good feel for changeup in zone. Flat spin on cutter. Upright finish and limited extension flattens out pitches to plate. Fastball ranged 73-75 mph. Curveball 63-64 mph. Changeup 68-70 mph. Cutter 64-66 mph.
October 2014
5-foot-9, 165-pound 2-way player. 7.94 60 time. Average sturdy build with thick lower half. Left-handed hitter with 76 mph exit velocity. Limited leverage in swing. Easy load and swing. Low hand set creates slight uphill swing plane at times. Appropriate weight shift and quiet head at contact with middle to pull approach. Soft hands and light on feet at first base. Fields with ease and has ability to slow game down. Makes above average plays. On the mound is controlled and balanced. Long arm circle. Arm works free and easy with minimal effort. Shows ability to repeat mechanics and throw strikes consistently. Fastball has slight ASR at 73-75 mph. Curveball has 12/6 shape; inconsistent command due to stride across body in delivery. Cutter is 64-66 mph with 1/7 shape, tighter rotation, and in zone more than curveball.
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