Noah Glaser
Noah Glaser

CLASS OF 2020

LHP
1B

Noah
Glaser

Bishop Gorman (HS) • NV
5-11 • 185LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Las Vegas Recruits

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2020 National

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11/10/19

5-foot-11, 185-pound left-handed pitcher, stocky, athletic build and a strong lower half. One of the top remaining arms in the ‘20 class. Polished, repeated mechanics, drop and drive type, rhythmic delivery, soft landing with stride on-line. Clean, loose arm action from a high ¾ slot, repeated on all pitches. Feel for each of his three pitches. Fastball, sat 85-86, arm side action, jumps out of his hand, lives in the zone. Changeup, 72-76, arm side fade and sink, eventually above average action, his go to pitch. Curveball, 67-69, 11/5 shape, sharp downward action, slightly curls arm, stays down in the zone.

2/10/19

2/10/19 - Mature, 5-foot-11, 185, Glaser has a compact frame with a developed lower half.  He repeats his delivery with a tendency to spin off a stiff front side.  There is some upside in a consistent ability to gain more extension out front His fastball ranged 78-79 with occasional arm side run. His breaking ball had solid spin, producing depth at 62-63.  Glaser has a tendency to short arm the breaking ball which manufacturers the depth but lacks deception.  He maintains good change of speeds, mostly straight with some hints of fade. The left-hander shows some pitchability and competitiveness which carries him.

He likely possesses limited physical projection but has good control of his actions and feel for footwork around the first base bag. He can drop his arm angle to start double play feeds and demonstrates pick skills. At the plate, Glaser utilizes an open stance to start and strides closed. He makes consistent quality contact.  He employs mostly a pull side approach with some natural loft to his swing and strength in his barrel.  He has good balance and trusts his strength so as not to over swing.  Glaser’s real strength is on the mound but he is a capable hitter and could have some value as a hitter for a smaller school employing two way players.


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