Oscar Scott
Oscar Scott
Oscar Scott




Shore Regional (HS) • NJ
6-4 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: AllOutScout


2020 National

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Scott has a lanky and athletic frame at 6-foot-3, 165-pounds. Did not run the 60 yard dash this date but has recorded a previous best of 7.12 seconds. Recorded and exit velo of 88 MPH, one of the tops at the event. At the plate begins in a slightly open stance with knees bent and inverted. Hands begin back by his back shoulder, near his body. Elbow begins parallel to the ground. Weight begins slightly shifted backwards. Hands stay locked in position. Small leg kick, stays on time. Shows a smooth, balanced swing with potential for gap-to-gap power. Defensively, took reps as an outfielder. Recorded a velo of 82 MPH. Approaches the baseball under control and transfers the ball around his chest. Stays athletic when fielding the ball. Uses a crow hop before delivering strong throws from an over-the-top slot. 

Futures Preview North ( June 3, 2017)
Scott has a lanky, athletic frame at 6-foot-2 160-pounds. Interesting prospect to follow as he continues to get bigger and stronger. At the plate, recorded an exit velocity of 76 MPH. Ran a 7.27 60 yard dash. At the plate, stands with a wide stance with weight visibly on back leg from the right side. Hands are just below back shoulder with bat slightly wrapped around head. Uses a small foot stride to start swing. Hand load is minimal but smooth. Shows some fluid hips in follow through with some lift and balance in finish. On the mound, fastball velocity topped at 80 MPH and sat mostly 77-79. Curveball showed some big 11/5 shape at 60-62 MPH with tight spin from a high-3/4 slot. High leg lift to start motion. Low, athletic balance point on back leg. Low front side going down the mound. Firm front leg on finish, shows some body control for age and length. Creates some extension on release; head tilts toward first base side causing body to drift toward that side of the mound. In the outfield, recorded throws that topped at 81 MPH from an over-the-top slot. Ball jumped out of hand with some backspin toward target. 

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