Chad Treadway




Georgia State
Christ School (HS) • NC
6-0 • 200LBS • S/R
Travel Team: 5 Star


2019 National

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Strength over quickness in an athletic 6-foot, 205 pound frame.  Switch hitter showing some pop from both sides of the plate with a swing geared to create leverage, driving balls to the pull side, from both sides.  From the left side there is better barrel awareness, working from a balanced setup and a ‘C’ load rhythm with the hands.  Works open to even with his stride, staying on the backside as better than average bat speed works through the ball, producing a lot of pull side action.  On the right side, a similar setup but the barrel tends to wrap around the head, producing a little more length in the swing.  Still pull oriented with his contact.  Best exit velocity produced on the day was 85 mph.  Chance to develop into an elite arm in the 2019 class, posting pop times of 2.00 - 2.10, with a positional velocity of 81 from the crouch.  Very consistent with the release, carry, and accuracy.  Short arm stroke to an over-the-top slot, from a very easy and consistent transfer.  Receives with ease, taking control of the bullpen.  Athletic in the hips, moves easy and presents received balls well.  
Switch hitter that creates batspeed from both sides.  Both swings are geared up hill and to the pull side creating some top spin at times.  The right side is more consistent with looseness and extension.  Exit velocity topped at 86mph.  Behind the plate, Treadway possesses plus accuracy and good carry on his throws to second.  Pop times ranged from 1.98-2.07, while sitting at 75mph from the crouch.  Sixty was timed at 7.76 on the soft outfield surface.


A physical 6-foot, 215 pounds, with a strong lower half, Treadway produces arm strength and bat-speed from the strong frame.  Behind the plate, the short arm action produced a crouched velocity of 79, while throwing 1.93-2.06 to second base with average accuracy.  From 3B, the arm action lengthened and produced an infield velocity of 86.  In both spots, Treadway needs to continue to improve his hip flexibility.  As a switch-hitter, the right handed swing seems more polished, utilizing a slight down and up trigger, quick bat, with some sweep.  There is power potential from the left side in the up-hill leveraged swing that needs to show more barrel awareness. 
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