Nicholas Czarnecki
Nicholas Czarnecki
Nicholas Czarnecki




Hunterdon Central (HS) • NJ
5-11 • 160LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Diamond Jacks
2021 National

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Czarnicki has an athletic build at 5-foot-11 150-pounds. Ran the 60 yard dash in 7.37-seconds and exit velocity topped at 80 MPH. At the plate, LHH Czarnicki starts with a slight knee bend and hands even with his back shoulder with the bat tilted slightly behind his head. As pitch arrives, Czarnicki uses a big foot stride that starts with his front leg moving backward to his back leg, then forward to its landing position. Hands load down and back. When front foot lands, Czarnicki’s hips turn while hands are still locked back, creating some elasticity and torque in his swing. Short, quick and balaned in his finish, Czarnicki routinely found the barrel in BP and in gameplay. From the OF, throws topped at 75 MPH. Short, quick arm action from a high-¾ slot. On the mound, fastball topped at 78 MPH and sat mostly 76-77 with some armside run. Flashed a curveball with 1/7 depth at 66-68 and a slider at 69-70. Pitches only from the stretch, drop and drive with his back leg and even shoulders on front foot landing. Short arm action from a high-¾ slot.
Czarnecki has a lean and athletic build at 5-foot-10, 148-pounds. Ran the 60 yard dash in 7.25 seconds. Recorded an exit velo of 72 MPH. Starts at the plate with his feet narrow and even. Knees are bent and slightly inverted. Hands begin at shoulder height, away from the body. Brings his hands down and back during his load. Has a big leg kick, brings his knees together. Gets into a more low and athletic position at foot strike. Shows bat speed and barrel awareness. Stays balanced throughout. Barrel stays in the zone. Took reps as an outfielder. Recorded a velo of 81 MPH. Moves through the baseball in stride. Short, choppy steps as he fields the ball. Made throws from a high 3/4 arm slot. 
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