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New Jersey Tech
Saint Joseph Regional (HS) • NJ
6-0 • 165LBS • R/R


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Battle at the Border (October 18, 2015)
Cocciadiferro was excellent in the defensive workout showing off his ability to run, track, and throw. During the games, Cocciadiferro could not have asked for a better day as he went 2-for-4 with a double, triple, two runs, three RBIs, and 2 HBPs. He filled up the box score and was a big reason why the New Jersey bats woke up in game two against New England. His swing mechanics were much more smooth; his plane and extension benefited greatly as he looked much more relaxed. His exit velocity was only 82 miles-per-hour but he had posted an 86 MPH a week earlier.
Western CT Fall Open ID (October 12, 2015)
Second workout for Cocciadiferro in two days. Showed well again, a right-handed hitter, hits with an even and wider stance. Hands are set at shoulder height, are loose and has some whip to them. Picks front foot and back down in starting position for his timing. The path to the ball is clean and level through the zone, with a solid finish. Drove the ball well in BP, deep into the gaps. The tee exit velocity was 86 and ran 4.4 from home to first. From the outfield is very advanced, the arm is above average, was 90-91 on the gun, with big-time carry and life to it.  The routes and jumps are very good. Cocciadiferro’s body is athletic and has some bounce in his step.

New England Top Prospect (October 11, 2015)
A very athletic outfielder, showed extremely well. Showed two above average tools in his arm, legs and bat has some pop to it. In the outfield the arm is fast and powerful, was 91 on the gun.  The flight and carry are very good, ball jumps out of his hand. The prep steps are good and attacks the ball with quick clean transfer. At the plate hits from the right side, the hands are loose and set just at shoulder height, the base is wide and picks his front foot and down for timing. Could use the lower half more to generate a bit more power. The bat speed is quick, tee exit velocity was 82 and ran a 4.26 down the line.
NJ Unsigned Senior (September 19, 2015)
Cocciadiferro has wiry strength and room to put on weight at 6-feet tall, 165 pounds. He was one of the top three athletes at the event and may be one of the most toolsy players that has attended a PBR New Jersey event thus far. He ran a 6.81, threw 92 miles-per-hour from the outfield and tracked fly balls very well. He was also plugged in at third base where he showed well and allowed his athleticism to take over on a tough play. He hits with solid bat speed but is slightly up hill. He sprays line drives around the field and can control the barrel. He went 3-for-3 in game; proving to be the best in-game performance on the day.

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