Hunter Mark
Hunter Mark
Hunter Mark

CLASS OF 2021

LHP

Hunter
Mark

Bishop Gorman (HS) • NV
6-1 • 205LBS • L/R
Travel Team: SN Baseball

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2021 National

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8/29/20

Body: 6-foot-0, 190 pounds. Athletic, proportionate build. Some present strength. Has continued to add physical strength. 

Delivery: Works primarily from the stretch. Comes set closed/narrow. Slight coil at his peak. Jumps down the mound into closed stride. Falls to the 3B side after his follow through. Some effort. Lots of moving parts to create deception his secondary pitches.
Arm Action: LH. Loose, whippy arm. ¾ to low ¾ arm slot. Throws across his body hiding the ball well, creates some deception. 

FB: Max 74 mph. Sat 71-74 mph. Avg. Spin Rate – 1723 RPM. Arm side action with some natural sink. Pounded the zone.

CB: 55-58 mph. Avg. Spin Rate - 1907 RPM. 1/7 action. Tumbling action. Feel for the pitch. 

2/10/19 - Youthful, 5-foot-11, 180, Mark has present mass in developing size and strength. He will benefit from natural maturation and a strength/conditioning program.  Present speed and actions may lend better to first base play, but Mark is a developing young player with a feel for appropriate footwork and rhythm in the outfield. He maintains some length to his exchange to get behind his throws that were mostly online.  Natural maturation and work will sure up his actions and accompany his size and strength.  In the box, he stands narrow and slightly opened striding small and close, hitting from a taller position. He maintains a power approach with a naturally lofted swing, releasing soon after contact.  It is easy to see power on solid contact for the right-handed righter, left-handed thrower.

He pitched from an all stretch delivery with a fastball in the low 70s. He took almost 20 mph off to throw his curveball while the velocity of his changeup maintained a solid 10 mph differential.  Mark has a methodical delivery with the tempo and arm speed to match.  He flashed spin on the breaking ball but wrist play, pre-grip, and hand speed effect its velocity.  This is a young man still developing and there is strength in his lower half to draw on.  He had solid zone feel with 3 pitches, throwing consistent strikes.

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