Tripp Edens
Tripp Edens
Tripp Edens
Tripp Edens
Tripp Edens
Tripp Edens

CLASS OF 2021

OF
2B

Tripp
Edens

Desert Oasis (HS) • NV
5-11 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Las Vegas Aces
2021 National

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8/29/20

Body: 5-foot-11, 170 pounds. Lean, athletic build. Some present strength with quick twitch. Still has plenty of room to add strength.
Defense: OF. Competent outfielder. Will make all the routine plays. Can play any OF position. Clean routes to the ball. 
Arm: RH. 82 mph. Long, slinging type arm action. High ¾ arm slot. Accurate.  
Hit: RHH. Squatted, slightly opened set up. Simple hand rhythm. Small leg lift stride. Level swing path with slightly weight transfer to front side. Shoulder high, one handed finish. Produced line drives throughout his round. Present power to the pull side evident by homerun during game play. Scrappy style of play comes through at the plate. 
Power: 94 mph Exit Velocity via TrackMan
Run: 6.98 Laser Timed 60

8/18/19

Uncommitted 5-foot-10 160, Edens has a projectable body. He is presently lean and athletic with wiry strength. He has noticeable twitch posting a 6.98 60-yard dash with a medium stride and solid first step. He has plenty of room for weight and strength gains which could provide for some flexibility in his future game. During batting practice, he displayed mostly a pull side approach, while during the game he looked primarily to use the middle of the field, collecting a hit during the game. Defensively, he maintains the ability to play all three outfield spots. He is an accurate thrower with developing arm strength whose throws play better when he is able to get on top of the ball form a higher arm slot. With size and strength gains, Edens’ game could go either way as a table setter or a middle of the order type. Keep a close eye on his physical development and the impact it has on his game.

8/17/19

Edens has a projectable body. He is presently lean and athletic with wiry strength. He has noticeable twitch posting a 6.98 60-yard dash with a medium stride and solid first step. He has plenty of room for weight and strength gains which could provide for some flexibility in his future game. During batting practice, he displayed mostly a pull side approach, while during the game he looked primarily to use the middle of the field, collecting a hit during the game. Defensively, he maintains the ability to play all three outfield spots. He is an accurate thrower with developing arm strength whose throws play better when he is able to get on top of the ball form a higher arm slot. With size and strength gains, Edens’ game could go either way as a table setter or a middle of the order type. Keep a close eye on his physical development and the impact it has on his game.

6/10/19

Slender, 5-foot-10 160, Edens shows solid outfield actions. He employs a crow hop, throwing with a long ¾ arm action. His throws were mostly on target with some arm side run. His footwork accommodates his longer exchange, leaving room for improvement. During batting practice, Edens displayed a rhythm approach, moving his hands about until the start of his stride. He utilized a “knee to knee” lower half weight transfer with mostly pull side strong contact.

11/14/18-Lean, 5-foot-10, 150, Edens has slightly sloped shoulders and is poised for gains.  He posted a solid 7.13 60 yard dash with projectable speed. He throws out of a ¾ to low ¾ slot with a tendency to get underneath the ball which limits carry and accuracy.  He has solid actions for the outfield positions, fielding with confident exchange and footwork.  In the box, he maintains a busy approach with steady hand movement, a lite knee to knee and leg kick load with his lower half, transferring his weight to a narrow base at impact.  He tends to over-rotate the backside as he looks to pull.  Edens relies heavily on his rhythm and timing and will be susceptible to off speed pitches.  His youthful athleticism will provide adjustments and spur future interest.

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