Shawn Rapp
Shawn Rapp

CLASS OF 2019

LHP
1B

Shawn
Rapp

North Carolina
Delbarton (HS) • NJ
6-3 • 185LBS • R/L
Travel Team: Tri-State Arsenal

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4/04/19

LHP, went six innings, allowing three runs on seven hits and two walks while striking out six. He pitched at 86-88 with some tailing action from a 3/4 slot, sometimes dropping down to sidearm at 84-85.

NJ State Games 7.24.18

UNC recruit. Rapp possesses has a strong and athletic frame at 6-foot-3, 185-pounds. The left hander starts tall with his feet on the third base side of the rubber. Long, loose, clean arm action. Throws from a 3/4 arm slot. Starts his windup with a step behind. Rides his backside down the mound. Creates a good angle between his upper/lower half. Fastball sat 84-85 MPH and topped 85 MPH. FB was located to all parts of the zone and showed considerable arm side run. Slider showed tight 1/7 shape with occasional late bite at 72-75 MPH.


 
08/06/17- The left-hander has made a nice jump since the Preseason All-State. He worked two scoreless while striking out two. The fastball now works 82-84 touching 85 mph. He has command of the pitch, but tended to be a bit too fine at times. He will vary his slot at times and shows an advanced feel for pitching. He also threw an above average changeup and curveball for strikes. He has a lean, projectable frame, that coupled with the stuff, he should continue to make strides and projects as a potential starter at the next level.

01/21/17- The 6-foot-1, 170-pound LHP/1B shows a smooth, easy short arm swing. The velocity isn’t there yet with the fastball ranging 76-78 mph, but has above average to plus command down in the zone to both sides of the plate. Also showed the ability to really spin the slider at 72 mph and a feel for a changeup at 74 mph. He also showcased a sidearm slot adding to the deception. He shows an above average feel for three pitches and the stuff should improve with age, strength and innings. Offensively, the right handed hitter shows quality separation and an aggressive approach. He shows a short, strong swing with an exit velocity of 80 mph.

9/19/15 - 6-foot-1, 170 pound OF/LHP with a lean loose athletic projectable body. Athletic outfield actions with a quick release. Aggressive routes. Charges ball and fields through it. Loose athletic infield actions with soft hands and light on his feet. Good accuracy in arm. Ran a 7.9 60. 72 mph OF velocity. 73 mph infield velocity. 78 mph exit bat speed velocity.  On the mound he had a loose working arm at a high ¾ arm slot. Fluid delivery that was in line. Fast ball was 76-78 with some arm side run and glove side cut action. Curve ball was 66-68 mph with a tight ¾ rotation. Repeats delivery and throws a lot of strikes. Good looking young arm.

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