Colby Emmertz
Colby Emmertz

CLASS OF 2018

C
1B

Colby
Emmertz

East Tennessee State
Topsail (HS) • NC
5-9 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Dirtbags

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2018 National

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07.25.17
Athletic with some quick twitch in a 5-foot-9, 180 pound frame.  Hands really work well from the right side of the plate.  Quickness is evident in BP and game situations.  Balanced setup.  Loads to a vertical position.  Short stride.  Aggressive with a feel for the barrel.   Better than average bat speed.  Level path, producing line drives in the middle of the field.  Fast twitch with good rhythm.  Ran a 4.58 to 1B, finishing his swing.  Defensively a solid presentation to pitchers and the hands work.  Aggressive feet  and quick exchanges from a vertical stance.  Short arm action to an over-the-top slot produced a positional velocity of 75 mph from the crouch.  Pop times ranged 2.01-2.16 with carry and average accuracy.
01.28.17
Athletic with quick twitch tendencies in the 5-foot-11, 180 pound frame.  Turned in a 4.13 thirty.  Pop times ranged 1.94-2.04 with good accuracy on the throws.  Aggressive feet, work quick through clean exchanges producing a short arm swing.  The head does clear the line on some throws, allowing the ball to have a small tail to the arm side.  Tends to bounce a little through his receiving, creating an unstable target, but the hands work to overcome any issues.  Right handed hitter produces bat speed and strength from a balanced setup.  Low hands load the bat to a vertical position with a short stride.  Very aggressive and works to create bat speed on every swing, wanting extension.  Average barrel awareness.  Exit velocity topped at 86mph.
09.26.16
Solidly built at 5-foot-11, 180 pounds.  Pop times ranged 2.15-2.25.  The ball flight tended to fade arm side on most throws, hurting accuracy at times.  Exchanges were clean and the feet work with some athleticism from the crouch.  Offensively, the right handed hitter is set to an uphill approach and lacks a load in the simple, direct approach to the ball. Showed some feel for the barrel with decent bat speed.  Ran a 7.68 sixty.
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