Jack Riney
Jack Riney
Jack Riney
Jack Riney
Jack Riney
Jack Riney

CLASS OF 2017

LHP
1B

Jack
Riney

Southeast Missouri State
Lafayette (HS) • MO
6'4 • 195LBS • R/L

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2/16/15 - Riney is a 6-foot-3 195-pound first baseman, hits right, throws left, with the bat, 88 mph exit velo, starts balanced lands square, level path, line drive approach to pull gap, runs 4.18 home-to-first, defensively, quick feet, attacks ball, high three-quarters release, clean exchange, accurate throws at 80 mph, top velo among first basemen. During outfield evaluations, momentum towards target, clean exchange, high three-quarters arm slot, loose arm action, 86 mph velo from the outfield. Riney is a strike thrower, on the mound, pitching to contact and throwing to several hitters during his outing.  He works both side of plate and has feel for off-speed pitches.  Fastball at 78-80 mph, late run, curveball has 1-to-7 shape, near fastball arm speed, 59-63 mph, change-up at 69-73 mph, fastball arm speed. 
10/5/14 - Riney recorded three strikeouts in two innings, allowing no runs on two hits with no walks.  He was 76-78 mph with his fastball and 69-70 mph with his 2-to-8 curveball.  He also showed a change at 59-60 mph.
6/4/14 - Riney is a strong, projectable 6-foot-3, 190-pound LHP. He throws from a high 3/4 arm slot and regular effort. His shoulders stay level throughout his delivery. Riney's fastball ranged from 75-78 MPH. He has a curveball with 11/5 direction and slows his arm a little. The curveball came in between 60-62 MPH. His change-up was clocked at 58 MPH.
6/4/14 - Riney is a strong 6-foot-3, 190-pound right hand hitting first baseman. He shows average lateral movements with fairly soft hands for his size. His position velo was 78 MPH. At the plate, Riney is an imposing figure with a balanced setup and smooth load. He uses his lower half well and has fast bat speed. He has a short bat path with pull power with some lift. His exit velo was 87 MPH.
1/4/14 - Riney’s sturdy 6-foot-3, 180-pound frame is impressive, especially considering he is yet to throw a pitch in his high school baseball career being a Class of 2017 prospect.  The big lefty throws with long arm action and a high ¾ slot.  He has very good balance throughout his easy delivery.  His fastball was clocked at 75-77 mph.  He also showed command of a 60-62 curveball and 67-68 change-up. Being a physical left-handed pitcher, Riney is definitely a prospect to follow closely and could easily jump into the top level of 2017 prospects as he adds velocity.
1/4/14 - Riney is a strong 6-foot-3, 180-pound first-baseman that throws left and bats right.  In the infield he showed fluid footwork and soft hands.  He made accurate throws from first base at up to 78 mph utilizing a short, clean high ¾ throwing motion.  At the plate he has a balanced set-up and wide stance.  He has a controlled stride inline with the pitcher and smooth hand load.  He demonstrated excellent balance and extension through the baseball.  His exit velocity was clocked as high as 83 mph.  Already possessing an advanced approach at the plate and being such a physical freshman in high school Riney projects as well as anyone at this event to be a middle of the line-up presence at the major college level.
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