Mason McCormack
Mason McCormack
Mason McCormack
Mason McCormack
Mason McCormack
Mason McCormack

CLASS OF 2022

OF
RHP

Mason
McCormack

Coronado (HS) • NV
6-1 • 160LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Nevada Golden Spikes

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2022 National

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6/23/21

Body: 6-foot-0, 160 pounds. 
Defense: OF. Aggressive routes to the ball. Controlled through field and throw. Athleticism shines through defensively. Showed his ability to hold down CF, could transition to a corner spot at the next level.
Arm: RH. 84 mph. Quick, loose arm. On line throws. 
Hit: RH. Spread, athletic set up. Quiet stride into separation. Efficient to the ball. Bath stays on plane with some lift through extension. High one handed finished. Flashed some pull side power potential. Lived in the big part of the yard. Line drive producer. Top of the order type bat.
Power: 92.16 mph Exit Velocity via TrackMan. 
Run: 7.04 Laser Timed

8/29/20

Body: 6-foot-0, 150 pounds. Lean, athletic build with some wiry strength. Twitchy actions. Has room to add both size and strength. Physical development should amplify each part of his game. 
Defense: OF. Confident actions through the ball. Clean footwork that gets him on line with is target. Projects to be a solid CF with improving speed. 
Arm: RH. 82 mph. Quick, clean arm action. High ¾ to over-the-top arm slot. Some carry with accuracy.
Hit: RHH. Wide, tall stance. Hands start high with a steep entry into the zone leveling out through the point of contact. Quality extension through the ball. Produced a line drive filled round. Top of the order type bat.
Power: 82 mph Exit Velocity via TrackMan
Run: 7.00 Laser Timed 60

8/17/19

 McCormack has a young athletic body with a medium frame and wiry strength. He had an underclass second best 7.0 60-yard time, further displaying his athleticism as well as quickness.  Offensively, he has a nice combination of strength and bat speed and showed an ability to get to both, driving a ball over the left centerfield fence during his batting practice session. He made consistent quality contact and may very well hit for power and average. Defensively, he displayed arm strength, playing through the ball and making accurate throws. He has room to grow with more efficient outfield footwork. McCormack proved to be one of the better overall athletes of the underclass group.

8/17/19

Uncommitted 5-foot-11, 137, McCormack has a young athletic body with a medium frame and wiry strength. He had an underclass second best 7.0 60-yard time, further displaying his athleticism as well as quickness.  Offensively, he has a nice combination of strength and bat speed and showed an ability to get to both, driving a ball over the left centerfield fence during his batting practice session. He made consistent quality contact and may very well hit for power and average. Defensively, he displayed arm strength, playing through the ball and making accurate throws. He has room to grow with more efficient outfield footwork. McCormack proved to be one of the better overall athletes of the underclass group.

5/19/19

Lean, 5-foot-11 135, McCormack has a projectable frame.  He is a capable outfielder with developing actions. He throws from a 3/4 slot accurately. His 7.01 60-time likely provides him the speed to play all three outfield spots down the road.  At the plate, he maintains a consistent approach from a narrow, upright stance and stride with some uphill plane to his swing. He has a high, power finish with limited lower half. He made consistent contact with present strength and development providing gap type power.

McCormack is a pitchability right-hander with a simple delivery, throwing from a ¾ slot.  His slot provides consistent life to his fastball and changeup.  The fastball ranged 72-71, while the breaking ball and changeup were 59-61 and 64-65, respectively.  His breaking ball was loopy but had consistent shape. McCormack has developing arm strength with solid feel for the strike zone and with size and strength increases should see velocity improvement, creating greater pitch definition. 

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