Braxton Bragg
Braxton Bragg
Braxton Bragg
Braxton Bragg
Braxton Bragg
Braxton Bragg

CLASS OF 2019

1B
RHP

Braxton
Bragg

Nebraska
Liberty (HS) • MO
6-2 • 205LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Royals Scout Team

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6/13/17 - Bragg is a 6-foot-2 180-pound right-handed hitting first baseman and right-handed pitcher in Missouri’s 2019 class.  He ran a 7.83 laser timed 60 and a 4.73 home to first.  He has an 84 mph exit velo. At the plate, balanced stance, short and controlled stride, no wasted movement, fast bat speed, solid consistent line drives to pull side during batting practice, shows power to pull gap.  At first base, fluid actions, soft hands, high three quarters arm slot, accurate throws, feet create momentum to throw, 79 mph positional velo. Collected a pair of singles to left field in game action. On the mound, Bragg has a strong frame with room to grow, comes from a high three quarters slot, smooth delivery, short and loose arm action, fastball has run and some sink at 84-87 mph, slider has tight 10-to-4 spin, late break, 71-72 mph, throws with fastball arm speed, curveball at 64-66 mph, more 11-to-5 action, throws for a strike, keeps hitters off balance, produces several swing and miss, and worked the entire zone, showed feel for all pitches.
10/23/16 - Bragg is a 6-foot-1 170-pound right-handed hitting first baseman and right-handed pitcher in Missouri’s 2019 class.  He ran a 7.54 60 and a 4.76 home-to-first.  He has an exit velo of 82 mph. At the plate, starts in an athletic set up, controlled leg lift and inline stride, loose hands with level path, hard consistent line drives mostly to pull gap during batting practice, showed power, singled to center field in game action.  On the infield, 74 mph positional velo, athletic movements, strong bodied with fluid footwork and clean exchange, accurate throws. On the mound, Bragg mixed three pitches well, topping out with fastball at 83 mph, sitting 81-82 mph, fastball has late run, showed a controllable 11-to-5 curveball at 65-69 mph, slider had depth at 69-71 mph, looks to be a swing and miss out pitch for him down the road, had three strikeouts, two walks and no hits in outing, simple and repeatable delivery, strong bodied with loose high three quarters arm action, works both sides of the plate.

6/14/16 - Bragg is a 6-foot-1 155-pound right-handed hitting first baseman in Missouri's 2019 class.  He ran a 7.31 60 and 4.72 home-to-first.  At the plate, repeatable swing, thin stance, short stride, quick and level path, consistent line drive to the middle and pull side of the field, flashed power.  On the infield, athletic actions, quick footwork with quick exchange, accurate throws, 79 mph positional velo. On the mound, Bragg has a high three quarters arm slot, loose, strong bodied, hands raise with leg lift, throws with regular effort, fast ball at 79-82 mph, late 2-seam action, sharp 11-to-5 breaking ball, slurve-type movement, fastball arm speed, compliments fastball, change up at 70-75 mph, some arm side run, struck out three, walked two and allowed two hits in outing, strike thrower, attacked the zone with mostly fastball and curveball.
10/31/15 - Bragg is a 6-foot 150-pound right-handed third baseman and right-handed pitcher in Missouri’s 2019 class.  Lean and projectable build, hits with strong lower half, aggressive, quick bat speed, level to extension, gap-to-gap approach, 75 mph exit velo.  4.90 home to first, 8.02 60.  On the infield, fields the ball in athletic position, glove in front, quick exchange, fluid footwork, high three quarters release, 72 mph positional velo, momentum through the catch. Bragg has a projectable pitcher’s build with long and loose arm action, conventional delivery with body staying under control, repeatable release point out front, high three quarters arm slot, stays inline down the mound, athletic finish.  Fastball at 79 max, working mostly at 77-78 mph, late run on downhill plane, curveball at 64-65 mph, 12-to-6 shape, controllable slider at 69-72 mph, late 11-to-5 action, change-up at 71 mph, some with arm side release.  Throws high percentage of strikes with fastball and slider. Arm action, delivery and body type would suggest increased velocity over time.  
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