Peter Williams
Peter Williams

CLASS OF 2014

OF
RHP

Peter
Williams

Southeast Missouri State
Lafayette (HS) • MO
5-10 • 185LBS • R/L

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2014 National

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2/18/13: Williams keeps quietly continuing to impress in all facets of his game. The athletically built 5-foot-10, 185-pound two way player showed good fundamentals and overall acumen for the game. In the outfield, Williams moves well to the ball with a quick, clean exchange and accurate throws all on a line. He has a very fast arm, with a top throw of 84-mph. Offensively, the left handed hitting Williams has a balanced stance with a short stride and good rhythm at the plate. He shows a short, compact swing that remains level throughout producing gap to gap line drives. On the mound, Williams shows feel for three pitches. With a short, quick arm action and good rhythm and mound presence, Williams' fastball topped at 82-mph with late, hard run. He also showed a 71-74 mph change up with near fastball arm speed that has arm side run and some depth to it, while hitting all of his spots. Williams also showed a sharp two-plane breaking ball (65-67) that consistently found the strike zone.

11/11/12: Williams is a 5-foot-11, 180-pound two-way player who excelled in all facets of the game. On the mound, Williams comes from a high ¾ arm slot with smooth rhythm and repeatable mechanics. His fastball sat 80-81 mph, with more in tank. His off speed pitches were the best pitches he threw. William’s breaking ball was 64-66 mph with tight 12-to-6 shape and late break, a legit out pitch. He showed good feel for his change-up (71-73 mph) with fastball arm speed and late sink, consistently staying down in the zone. In the outfield, Williams takes accurate routes to the ball with good body control and in good position to throw to his targets. His top throw was 83-mph. Offensively, the left handed hitting Williams has loose hands with good bat control and bat speed, producing line drives to the right side. He shows some power for a player of his size. Williams also showed some speed, running a 7.03 60.

6/13/12: Williams is a two-way player who showed well in all facets of the game. On the mound, Williams has quick arm speed from a high ¾ arm slot and showed the ability to keep all of his pitches down in the zone and throw all for strikes. His fastball sat 80-81 mph, and with his deceptive delivery seemed to jump out of his hand. His breaking (64-67) has near fastball arm action and had a 11-to-5 shape with early movement, while his change up (70-73) also had near fastball arm action with late fade.  In the outfield, Williams has a long, loose arm with consistently accurate throws (78-84 mph). If he showed more aggressiveness to the ball and use more of his lower half on his throws, he could see a few more miles per hour on the throws and a bit more carry. Offensively, Williams has quick hands and produced barrel whip through the zone, showing the ability to hit line drives. At times, his hands got a bit loopy, but when he brought them down to the ball with out the loop, he was very consistent.

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