Kenny Leiner
Kenny Leiner
Kenny Leiner

CLASS OF 2020

C
3B

Kenny
Leiner

Brunswick CC
Pro5 Baseball Academy (HS) • NC
6-2 • 200LBS • S/R
Travel Team: Pro5 Baseball Academy

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1/27/19

Lanky, projectable build at 6 foot 2, 200-pounds.  Switch hitter.  Balanced, slightly open setup from the right side.  Weight works slightly back in his load with a knee to knee load in the lower half.  Short bat path, keeping his barrel in the zone, working gap to gap.  Tall setup from the left side, with his weight stacked on his back leg.  Fluid knee to knee load in the lower half.  Looser hands form the left side with more bat speed and some whip through the zone, looking to get extension.  More strength from the left side.  Exit velocity recorded at 86 mph from each side.  Sets up behind the plate with low hips, showing flexibility and average hands.  Stands up through his throws to second base with a longer transfer and long arm action, throwing from a high ¾ slot.  Some accuracy to his throws with pop times ranging from 2.11-2.18.  Positional velocity topped at 75 mph. 

08.09.17
Average build in a 5-foot-10, 160 pounder.  Pop times ranged 2.10 – 2.16 with a positional velocity of 73 from the crouch.  Wide base with flexible hips, presents an easy target for pitchers.  Hands worked well.  Showed a willingness to block and recover.  Aggressive through the ball on throws with a short arm action to a high-3/4 slot.  Better than average carry with throws in the vicinity of the 2B bag.  Switch hitter works with a lagged bat head on the left side.  Uses a leg kick to generate average bat speed.  Works to stay in the gaps, wanting extension.  Some looseness in the swing.  From the right side, the launch works from a vertical angle.  Average stride with a leg kick and average bat speed.  Exit velocity peaked on the right side at 82 but did not lag far behind at 81 from the left side.   On the infield average hands, with occasional stabbing action, worked to clean exchanges from a deep catch point in the stance.  Showed accuracy on throws of 73 mph across the diamond.  Ran an 8.39 sixty.

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