Spencer Calloway
Spencer Calloway
Spencer Calloway




East Forsyth (HS) • NC
6-1 • 165LBS • R/R
Travel Team: 5-Star Carolina Vipers


2019 National

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Lanky 6-foot-1, 165 pounds.  Long limbs.  Plenty of room to continue to add strength.  Small rocker to an average leg kick.   Slightly coiled at balance, closing his line as the hands separate.  Lands across his line with a square toe, falling to the 1B side on release.  Short arm action allowing the hand to work outside the elbow as it gets to the top of its arc.  Over-the-top slot.  Fastball flooded the zone, straight, at 73-81.  Breaking ball has some depth with 11/5 tilt and gradual break at 62-66.  Flashed feel for his change-up at 71.  Good feel for the zone and moving the baseball.  Pounded the zone throughout the bullpen.

Average frame at 6-foot-1, 165 pounds.  Around the zone with three pitches.  Fastball ranged 71-75 from a high-3/4 slot.  Long arm action, working behind the body line slightly.  Average hand speed with the hand getting to the top of the slot early.  Average leg kick, working for rhythm throughout the delivery.  Level and on-line, landing square with the foot at foot-strike.  Breaking ball has occasional late action with 11/5 tilt.  Hand can get around the pitch, flattening at times.  Spin sat 67-69.  Change-up mimicked fastball’s hand speed, touching 70.
A RHP/OF with a feel for the zone on the bump.  At 6-foot-1, 155 pounds, he controlled the zone with a fastball topping at 78, sitting 74-76.  Working from an over-the-top slot and slightly uphill, while on-line, the curveball was a little early, with the arm speed slowing and topping at 66.  The change-up showed promise with FB look-alike hand-speed and some fade, registering 70-71.  Calloway also showed decent looseness in the box with his lanky frame.  He needs to add strength and the bat-speed and swing path can improve.  The exit velocity was measured at 82 and he ran a 7.18 sixty, suggesting there is some project-ablity in him. 
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