Aaron McKeithan
Aaron McKeithan

CLASS OF 2018

C
1B

Aaron
McKeithan

State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota
T.C. Roberson (HS) • NC
6-1 • 205LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Dirtbags

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2018 National

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2021 DRAFT St. Louis Cardinals ROUND 16

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07.25.17
Tulane commit.  Physical build with mature, muscular lower half.  Built to handle the wear and tear of a full season behind the dish.  6-foot-1, 205 pound right handed hitter works from a balanced setup and a slight crouch.  Hands have good rhythm with a synced down-up movement, creating a timing mechanism.  Uses a leg kick to load the back side, working to a short stride.  Better than average bat speed produced an exit velocity of 91 off the barrel.  Thin through the ball at times in BP, working to create leverage.  There is natural leverage in game situations with more barrel awareness.  Stays gap-to-gap.  Easy target to throw to behind the plate.  Hands work to cradle the ball.  Shows an aggressive nature to blocking, good body position and agile in a short box to keep blocked balls nearby.  Pop times ranged 1.90-1.94 with advanced accuracy.  Quick releases don’t allow the arm to fully load, but the ball stays true.  More arm strength may be present.  Positional velocity reached 76 from the crouch.  A bit heavy legged on the bases, ran a 4.91 home to first.

01.28.17

Strong base, listed at 6-foot-2, 195 pounds.  Plus accuracy and well above average carry produced pop times of 1.92-1.97 with limited tag time needed.  Easy target, with soft hands and a wide base, feet with quickness and rhythm producing an short arm action and high-3/4 slot.  In the box, the right handed hitter loads to a vertical bat with a tall base and leg kick.  Lower half really works to get through the baseball producing better than average bat speed.  A slightly uphill approach wants extension and works to stay in the middle of the field.  Aggressive with good head discipline, does glide onto the front side at times.  Best exit velocity measured at 84mph.  Ran a 4.31 thirty and produced a standing broad jump of 8-foot.  At first base, the feet are active and fluid.  Showed an ability to work the pivot on throws to 2B.  Easy arm action produced easy carry. 

10.10.16
Big, physical catcher who moves around well behind the plate and receives well with soft hands.  Good base and footwork with a solid arm.  At the plate has a slight crouch with an open stance, and does not utilize much of a load.  Powerful through the zone with his hands with upward angle of the shoulders.

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