Storme Cooper
Storme Cooper
Storme Cooper
Storme Cooper

CLASS OF 2015

SS
2B

Storme
Cooper

Mississippi
Timberland (HS) • MO
5-11 • 155LBS • R/R

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2015 National

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2015 First Team All-GAC South Conference - Infield
2/23/14 – Cooper is 5-foot-11, 155-pound SS.  Cooper has good footwork and quick release and put every throw on the money.  He had one of the event’s best positional velos at 84 MPH.  He gets to the ball aggressively and has soft hands.  Offensively, Cooper little wasted move in his load and has good bat speed with good extension.  He has a gap-to-gap approach that produces good backspin.  He registered an 80 MPH exit velo and runs a 4.53 home-to-first.
6/19/13: Cooper, at 5-foot-11, 145-pounds has a projectable frame and advanced tools in the infield. He fields everything out in front with smooth fielding mechanics while fielding both middle infield positions well. His arm is accurate across the field with a top throw of 79-mph, a velocity that should increase as he continues to fill out his frame. At the plate, Cooper shows some hand speed through the zone, something has progressed since his last showcase. His bat takes a short, level path to the ball and showed ability to hit to all fields.

2/18/13: Cooper has a lanky 5-foot-10, 145-pound frame and showed advanced actions in the field; one of the top fielders of the event regardless of class. Cooper shows a good approach to the ball with fundamental footwork and a very quick, clean exchange with quick arm speed and a top throw of 79-mph. He showed good range to both his forehand and back hand sides, and looks to be a confident fielder. Offensively, Cooper is quiet in the box and takes a short, level path to the ball, with extension through contact. He was able to stay on top of the ball and effectively use all fields.
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