Noah Meffert
Noah Meffert
Noah Meffert
Noah Meffert
Noah Meffert

CLASS OF 2020

RHP
1B

Noah
Meffert

University of St. Thomas
Edina (HS) • MN
6-2 • 210LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Mariners Scout Team - STARTERS

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6/17/19

6-foot-2, 210-pound right-handed pitcher. #29 ranked player in MN 2020 class. Rocker step, controlled delivery, medium balance point, has good sequence and rhythm in delivery. Fastball was 82-84 mph with occasional cutting action to plate. Avg. shape on curveball with smaller break and avg. depth. Good hand speed on changeup with solid action and feel for zone.

3/17/19

6-foot-2, 210-pound right-handed pitcher.  Good size athletic frame.  Quick tempo in delivery.  Good direction and balance down mound.  Throws with some effort.  Slight stab behind.  Throws from a ¾ arm slot with average extension out front.  Fastball has varying action at 84-86 mph topping at 87 mph.  Curveball has 12/6 break with average shape at 69-72 mph.  Change-up is 76-78 mph thrown with good arm speed and run and sink action.  

3/17/18- 6-foot-2, 190-pound right-handed pitcher. Meffert was another pitcher that I really liked last year who has only gotten better since. Now 6-foot-2, and a strong 190-pounds, Meffert has matured into his broad-shouldered, athletic frame. He worked 84-85 with his fastball, and showcased a quick, strong arm as he fell down the mound before releasing out of a high ¾ slot. Pounding the zone with his fastball, he featured more of a firm slider at 74-75 this year as opposed to more of a curveball in the past. The slider has the makings of a swing and miss pitch, and is thrown with fastball hand speed which should allow it to develop more quickly. Overall, there is a lot to like about how well Meffert’s arm works, and given the advancements that he has made over the past year, I suspect he will continue to elevate his game moving forward.


3/18/17- 6-foot-1, 180-pound right-handed hitting 2-way player. 7.76 runner. Solid athleticism in box, leg kick trigger, short to contact, lift in swing plane, flashes hard line drive contact, gap to gap approach, 81 mph exit velocity. Active feet, shows range, sure hands, above avg. athlete at position, 75 mph arm strength across field. On mound; tuck and turn delivery, long arm action, ball jumps out of hand in front, has extension and finish to plate. Fastball was 78-81 mph with cut action. Tight rotation on 11/5 curveball with above avg. shape and spin. Flashes above avg. fade on changeup; thrown with fastball arm speed.

10/24/16- 6-foot-1, 180-pound right-handed hitting 2-way player. 7.64 runner. Simple load and stride, balanced swing, slight length to contact, consistent solid contact, clean path to baseball working gap to gap, line drive and  ground ball contact, 79 mph exit velocity. Avg. feet, decent glove, works through and follows throws, long arm action, 73 mph arm across infield. On mound; long clean arm action, lands slightly across body, with upright finish on release. Fastball is thrown consistently for strikes, 77-78 mph, with heavy action in bottom of zone. Early break on 12/6 curveball; with ability to land in zone for strikes. Decent feel for changeup with cutting action and solid fade. Follow in 2020 class.

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