Cade Hunter
Cade Hunter
Cade Hunter
Cade Hunter

CLASS OF 2019

C
1B

Cade
Hunter

Virginia Tech
Lenape (HS) • NJ
6-2 • 195LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Pro Skills Baseball Academy

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10.28.18
6-foot-2, 195-pound Virginia Tech commit showcased athleticism across the board turning in one of the top 60-yard dash times of the day at 6.65. The left-handed hitter starts from a square stance and initiates his swing with a simple, heel-raise stride. Displayed the ability to routinely stay inside the baseball with a compact swing with present gap-to-gap power. Registered a bat exit velocity of 88 mph while swinging wood. Showcased quick feet and a clean transition defensively with consistent pop times of 2.00-2.02 on throws of 78 mph from the crouch.
6.3.18
Virginia Tech recruit. Strong and physical frame at 6-foot-2, 195-pounds. Ran the 60 yard dash in 6.92 seconds. He recorded an exit velo at 93 MPH, one of the tops at the event. Starts at the plate with feet even and body in a loose, balanced position. Knees are slightly bent and weight shifted onto back leg. Hands begin at shoulder height and away from body. Bat rests on shoulder pre pitch and is able to create rhythm. Mechanically quiet, short stride, and fluid load. Ball jumps of the bat and explosive hands create gap to gap power. Defensively, Hunter took reps behind the plate. Creates a strong, firm base in his lower half as he prepares to throw to bases. Transfer the ball at midsection height away from his body. Fires strong, on line throws to bases from a high 3/4 slot and short arm action. Recorded pop times from 1.97-2.06 seconds. 
2017 Future Games (August 2-5, 2017)
Hunter has a broad shouldered and athletic frame at 6-foot-2 185. He ran the 60-yard dash in 6.86 seconds, the top time for a New Jersey player at the Future Games. At the plate, he has a short, compact and quick bat through the zone with explosive and fluid hips and hands that help produce line-drive pop. He doubled home Team New Jersey's only run of Game Three, a 1-0 win over Team Connecticut, with a towering shot to left center field that one hopped the wall. Behind the plate, he shows soft hands and quick, agile footwork on throws to second base. He nabbed a runner with a 1.93-second pop time in game. His throws had backspin and carry to the bag.
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