Eric Loomis
Eric Loomis
Eric Loomis

CLASS OF 2020

RHP
OF

Eric
Loomis

Missouri State
CBC (HS) • MO
6-1 • 179LBS • R/R
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6/04/19

Loomis is a tall and lean 6-foot-1 179-pound right-handed hitting outfielder and right-handed pitcher in Missouri’s 2020 class.  He ran a 4.69 home to first and had a 90 mph exit velocity.  At the plat, balanced and tall set up, no hand load, smooth rhythm, in line stride, accelerates to contact, loose hand with quick bat speed, gap to gap line drives.  In the outfield, 90 mph positional velocity, throws downhill at times, clean and loose arm action with fluid footwork and exchange, plays through the ball with mostly accurate throws. On the mound, Loomis has controlled tempo in his delivery, loose arm action, in line and aggressive down the mound, throws with some effort, more in tank with projection of build and arm action, over the top arm slot, fastball at 85-87 mph, works both sides of plate, late running action, breaking ball at 69-74 mph, slurve-type action, has command, change up at 82 mph, throws with near fastball arm speed.

8/4/18 - Loomis is a long-legged and lean 5-foot-11 170-pound right-handed hitting outfielder.  He ran a 7.08 60 and has an 86 mph exit velocity. Loomis posted the highest outfield velo among Missouri outfielders with a toss of 89 mph.  He has a long over the top arm slot and is aggressive working through the ball.  He throws downhill with a loose arm action.  At the plate, he has a inline set up, minimal load, strides open at times, loose and level bat path with gap to gap line drives.  Loomis has more room to grow physically to add to already athletic actions.. On the mound, stands 5-foot-11 170-pounds and has more in the tank as he continues to develop.  The wide shouldered and loosed armed righty sat 84-85 mph with his fastball, with late life and threw a controllable and sharp breaking ball at 70-71 mph with 11-to-5 shape.  He tosses a scoreless seventh and eighth inning producing soft contact and recording one strike out.

6/12/18 - Loomis is a 5-foot-11 170-pound right-handed hitting outfielder and right-handed pitcher in Missouri’s 2020 class.  He ran a 7.20 60 and a 4.58 home to first.  He has an 87 mph exit velocity. At the plate, starts tall and balanced, slight pre-pitch rhythm in lower half, short in line stride, no waisted movements, level path with middle to pull side contact.  In the outfield, high three quarters arms slot, clean exchange, mostly accurate throws, some with carry, 83 mph positional velocity. On the mound, Loomis attacked hitters with a three pitch mix, long and lean frame and loose high three quarters arm action would suggest increases as he continues to mature, simple and athletic delivery, fastball at mostly 83-84 mph, slight late run, works at the bottom of the zone to both sides of the plate, lands braking ball for a strike, 70-73 mph, 11-to-5 slider-type action, late and sharp, throws change up with fastball arm speed, 70-71 mph, arm side sink.

6/5/18 - High-waisted 5-foot-11, 170-pound frame. Two-way prospect showed his arm as best tool from the outfield, posting 88 mph OF velo with arm speed and carry, but that didn't quite translate to the mound where he topped at 82 mph. Used significant number of steps to create momentum and generate that velo from the outfield, so it may not play on the mound. Arm action actually gets shorter on mound, with aggressive, athletic delivery and the same intriguing arm speed, generating good extension out front. Slow 55-59 mph curveball with 12-6 shape. Also flashed a mostly straight 64 mph changeup and shorter 64-67 mph breaker that he called a slider, but is more of a harder 11-5 curveball and a better present pitch than the slower version. Offensively, starts with hands deep and drifts forward to create some separation. Stiffer wrists; doesn't created much lag/barrel whip. Posted 84 mph exit velocity and 7.32 60-yard dash. Arm strength makes him an intriguing follow, especially if that type of velo shows up on the mound.

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