Kyle Vinci
Kyle Vinci
Kyle Vinci
Kyle Vinci
Kyle Vinci




Delbarton (HS) • NJ
6-3 • 225LBS • R/R
Travel Team: NJ Rising Rebels


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Scout Day: Rising Rebels
Jun 25, 2019
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Upperclass Games (9/23/18)
Vinci, who has been a mainstay in the middle of perennial state contender Delbarton since his freshman year, is another player that continues to impress with his athleticism with such a strong, broad shouldered frame. At 6-foot-3 225-pounds, Vinci has been consistently around the 7.00 range with his 60-yard dash – running a 7.06 most recently. At the plate, Vinci starts with his hands above his back shoulder and in a neutral, slightly opened stance. Creates rhythm in hands prepitch. As pitch come in, he sits back on his back side as a form of weight exchange and uses a small foot stride to start his swing. Hands load down and back effortlessly. The ball explodes off of Vinci’s bat with carry into the gaps. Exit velocity topped at 93 which was one of the best recordings of the event. In the field, Vinci’s velocity across the infield topped at 70 MPH on a wet, dreary afternoon. Shows some bounce and athleticism while working double play feeds and replaces feet with swiftness and ease. Uncommitted as of right now, but Vinci is due for a big spring with his developing power and middle of the order bat this year as a junior for the Green Wave. Expect big things.

New Jersey State Games (7.24.18)
Vinci has a broad shouldered, athletic build at 6-foot-2 215-pounds. One of the top uncommitted infielders in the class of 2020 in New Jersey – and for good reason: the ball absolutely jumps off his bat. Ran the 60 yard dash in 7.06-seconds and recorded an exit velocity of 94 MPH. At the plate, Vinci starts in a wide stance and a slight crouch with hands above back shoulder and creates some rhythm in arms and hands prepitch. As pitch comes in, Vinci uses a small foot lift and stride to start swing. Hands load down and back and creates elasticity in torso and upper body. Short, explosive swing through the zone, Vinci stood out as a top performer in gameplay with several loud contacts. Finishes balanced and slightly uphill. Defensively at first base, Vinci’s throws topped at 78 MPH across the diamond. Shorter arm action, throws had some armside run. Glovework is easy and transition is clean into a high-¾ slot. Vinci is certainly a name to watch for as he has started for state-champion Delbarton HS since his freshman year.

Vinci has a strong and broad-shouldered frame at 6-foot-2, 215-pounds. Ran the 60 yard dash in 7.48 seconds. Recorded an exit velo of 93 MPH, one of the tops at the event. Starts at the plate in an open stance with his knees bent. Hands begin above shoulder height, near his head. Elbow becomes parallel to the ground. Creates pre-swing rhythm. Small, quick stride. Displayed some raw power during his round of BP, driving the ball to all fields. Keeps his hands inside the baseball. Defensively, played first base and recorded a best velo of 75 MPH on throws to third. Moves well on his feet, showing smooth footwork on turns to second. Transfer is quick, immediately released the ball from a low 3/4 slot.

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