Trey Tujetsch
Trey Tujetsch
Trey Tujetsch




South Carolina
Ardrey Kell (HS) • NC
6-0 • 165LBS • R/R
Travel Team: South Charlotte Panthers


2019 National

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South Carolina commit.   Medium frame, 6-foot, 170 pounds.  Simple, repeatable mechanics with a very stable head.  Average arm swing, clean, gets to a high-¾ slot. Fastball ranged 84-89, settling 84-87 for most of the game.  Commands the down zone with an ability to locate away. Heavy movement on the change-up. More side to side than depth, but an ability to miss barrel with the action at 74-79.  Gradual downer tilt on a breaking ball that filled the zone up throughout the night. Not an overpowering pitch at 71-74, but it created soft contact and chase throughout the night.  


South Carolina commit.  6-foot, 170 pounds in an average frame.  Above average athlete that repeats a simple delivery with good stability over the rubber.  Medium arm stroke works to an over-the-top slot, working on-line, with an athletic finish. Works with two different fastballs.  4-seam ranged 84-89, settling at 84-86 in the 4th inning. 2-seam has arm side run ranging 81-86, settling at 81-84 in the back half of the 5.1 inning outing.  Slider has varying shape as he works to throw a ‘get me over’ at 73-76, with a hump out of the hand and longer shape. At 76-80, there is less command but sharper, harder tilt, working more side-to-side throughout the outing.  Change up has good run, creating more discomfort with movement over change of speed at 76-78. Quick feet on moves to first, most coming as the hands settle. Two different leg kicks from the stretch, throwing more strikes with an abbreviated leg lift at 1.35 to the plate.  The slide step did not produce command, with a time to home of 1.15. Fields his position well.

South Carolina commit.  First bullpen action of the fall, working to stay under control and not cutting it loose just yet.  Athletic 6-foot, 165 pound frame.   Some quickness in the body with a sixty time of 7.09.  Fastball ranged 83-86, flooding the zone.  Good command of both off speed pitches.  Breaking ball sat 73-74 with sharp 11/5 action.  The change-up showed fade at 77-78.  Good hand speed in both pitches.  Average kick, staying in line and level with the shoulders.  Tall through balance with easy effort.  Loose arm swing to a high-3/4 slot.  Quick arm.  Finishes athletic with extension. 
Right handed hitter begins tall and open with a narrow stance.  Uses a big leg kick to set the weight back.  Still working to gather his timing out of the kick.  Better than average bat speed stays level through the zone.  Pull oriented with some hook off the barrel.  Average barrel ability.  Exit velocity peaking at 84.  Defensively, plays with some ease in the outfield.  Clean catches and easy transitions to an over-the-top slot.  Flashes accuracy and carry at 85 mph out of the hand.
Still working to build to maximum arm speed, stayed under control throughout the January bullpen with the fastball reaching 81.  Easy delivery, simple mechanics, and repeats throughout.  Average arm speed from a high-3/4 slot uses a long arm stroke.  Lands on line, keeping his shoulders level throughout.  Breaking ball has a good ceiling, showing 11/5 late downer type action.  Maintains hand speed and head posture on the spin pitch, ranging 68-69.  Flashed change-up in the zone at 72-73.  Looks to have a feel for pitch-ability, moving fastball around the zone and showing feel for off-speed location. Works easy to produce a lot of solid results from an athletic frame that can add strength.  Ran a 4.03 thirty and arm strength tested at 85mph from the outfield.  Right handed thrower works free and easy into a repeatable high-3/4 slot.  Advanced accuracy for the age.  In the box, right handed hitter is simple and easy producing premium barrel awareness.  Balanced setup and short stride work to a better than average bat quickness.  Level path stayed gap-to-gap.  Head posture is very disciplined throughout.  Exit velocity topped at 79. Standing broad jump tested at 7-foot-11.
An easy simple delivery that is repeat-able, creates downhill action from a high-3/4 slot.  Landing slightly closed, with an ability to get through the pitch, and finishing with athleticism.  The arm swing is long and loose, producing a quick hand, with the fastball sitting 81-84.  Change-up is the second pitch, ranging 73-77 with arm side action and deceptive hand speed.  The breaking ball flashes as an option, but can be inconsistent, topping at 71, with late 11/5 action.  Plenty of room for growth in the young, athletic 5-foot-10, 160 pound frame.  Extremely versatile with a solid fundamental base.  Ran his sixty in 7.05, and continued the theme of athleticism and quickness with an arm speed measured at 85mph.  Loose arm works to a high-3/4 with above average accuracy and carry.  Offensively, the right handed hitter works from an athletic base with a smooth load back and short stride.  Lower half works, creating looseness in the swing, with at least average bat speed.  Direct path produced line drives, working gap-to-gap, with well above average barrel awareness.  Some wrap in the bat at the load position and some body coil, but it did not seem to bother the swing that works with good rhythm.  Exit velocity topped at 82mph.
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