Harrison Schnurbusch
Harrison Schnurbusch
Harrison Schnurbusch
Harrison Schnurbusch




Central Missouri
Lee's Summit West (HS) • MO
6'1 • 165LBS • R/R


2016 National

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8/5/15 - Schnurbusch is a 6-foot-1 165-pound right-handed hitting middle infielder in the 2016 class.  Schnurbusch runs a 7.22 60 and has an exit velo of 87 mph, one of the top for the event.  Schnurbusch used the whole field during batting practice, consistent solid contact gap-to-gap, doubled in game action off the wall in right field, instinctive baserunner, stole third base.  On the infield, 83 mph positional velo, one of the top velos for infielders, athletic actions, quick catch and throw, accurate throws.
6/9/15 - Schnurbusch is a 6-foot-1 165-pound right-handed hitting shortstop.  Schnurbusch posted one of the top exit velos for the event at 90 mph, one of the event’s best 60 times at 6.81 and was 81 mph across the infield, he went 1-for-3 with a single during game action.  At the plate, slightly open, controlled load, loose hands, middle-oppo approach, level to extension.  Defensively, accurate throws from three-quarters slot, fluid footwork, quick release, plays through the ball.
2/16/15 - Schnurbusch is a class of 2016 shortstop from Lee’s Summit HS in Lee’s Summit, MO. Thin, athletic 5-foot-11, 165-pound frame. Right-hand hitter. Balanced set-up, strides inline, no load, short bat path, bat speed, hands work, line drive approach. Worked middle to slight pull in batting practice round. Exit velocity high of 90, ran a 4.34 home-to-first. Athletic footwork in the infield, soft hands, clean exchanges, quick high three-quarters arm action, throws had carry, 79 mph throwing velocity.

6/17/14 – Schnurbusch is a projectable 5-foot-11 150-pound SS.  Schnurbusch has quick feet and a quick release.  He has aggressive actions getting to the ball and has soft hands with a quick hand-to-glove exchange.  Schnurbusch has a positional velo of 79 MPH.  At the plate, Schnurbusch uses a toe touch for timing.  He has quick bat speed with a level bat path.  He showed the ability to use both gaps with a line drive approach during batting practice.  Schnurbusch has a 82 MPH exit velo and runs a 4.5 home-to-first. 
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