Nick Hays
Nick Hays
Nick Hays
Nick Hays




Indian Hills CC
Chaska (HS) • MN
6-2 • 195LBS • R/R


2019 National

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2019- Participating in Minnesota Post Grad Program.


6-foot-2, 195-pound right-handed hitting two-way player.  7.02 runner.  Solid frame.  Upright stance with relaxed start.  Hand load back and strides to square.  Flat swing plane with short finish.  Arm bar at times and can get long to contact.  Mid/pull approach with ground ball to fly ball contact.  Flashes strength in barrel.  88 mph exit velocity.  IF- Heavy feet and some squat to field.  Glove can get stiff and fields ball deep.  Longer release.  85 mph arm strength with above average carry and average accuracy.  On mound- Big body presence.  Balanced with good direction.  Shows some stiffness throughout.  Short arm action from a ¾ arm slot.  Fastball sat 77-79 mph and topped at 81 mph.  Curveball has 11/5 early break with average spin at 67-68 mph.  Change-up is inconsistent with push release at 73-75 mph. 


6/18/19-  6-foot-1, 180-pound right-handed hitting two-way player.  7.03 runner.  Open upright start with weight slightly back.  Shoulder load and stride that stays open.  Swing has some stiffness.  Middle approach with decent barrel.  Wants to pull at times.  Groundball to fly ball contact.  83 mph exit velocity.  IF- Raw actions.  Stiff glove and heavy feet to ball.  Long release to throw.  81 mph arm strength with below average carry and accuracy.  On Mound- Step back into balance point.  Short stride with good direction down mound.  Fastball is straight at 75-78 mph topping at 80 mph.  Curveball is 11/5 break with loose spin at 67-70 mph.  Change-up is straight with slight downward action. 


3/10/18- 6-foot-1, 170-pound right-handed pitcher. Simple step back into balance point, easy effort, fastball jumps out of hand, with solid extension to plate. Fastball was 77-78 mph with varying action to plate. Lacks feel for breaking ball with inconsistent shape and requires additional development. Changeup is heavy with late sinking action.


3/4/17- 6-foot, 155-pound right-handed pitcher. Simple mechanics, solid balance point, stays connected throughout delivery, high ¾ slot, clean arm out front, with extension and exaggerated finish. Fastball was 74-76 mph for consistent strikes. Tight spin with small break on curveball which acts more like cutter with above avg. depth. Cut action on changeup with avg. fade and feel for zone.

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