Adam Agresti
Adam Agresti
Adam Agresti
Adam Agresti
Adam Agresti
Adam Agresti
Adam Agresti
Adam Agresti




Kennedy Catholic (HS) • NY
6-3 • 222LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Real Ballers


2023 National

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Physical: Powerful 6-foot-3, 220lb frame with increased feel for the game. 7.36 runner in the 60-yard dash.

Offensively: RHH - Low-pulse, open stance with some bend into the backside leg. Utilized a leg-hang stride to initiate the swing through an uphill path through the hitting zone. Plenty of acceleration at the front of the plate and created good separation on the first move. Recorded a loud round of BP, up to a 99 mph bat-exit velocity and 380 foot batted ball distance. Hammered pitches out in space where he could extend. Blocked off the front-side efficiently, middle of the field approach. 

Defensively: The backstop featured a soft glove hand working thumb-up through the low pitch. Pop times ranged from 1.83-1.95 with strong, directional footwork and plus arm-strength (84 mph best) that carries to the target. Can command a pitching staff, too.


Physical: 6-foot-2, 205 pounds; full frame, strong lower half.
Offensively: RHH. Neutral feet with even weight on the front and back sides, flat bat with hands working up by the ear; uses a simple and quick weight shift with some wiggle in his bat, blocks energy transfer properly off a firm front leg. Semi-active lower half, rolls the hips over but the front leg firms up on time with short swing with a quick turn of the barrel, keeps his hands connected to the back shoulder nicely creating easy pop. Hard line drives and fly balls to the pull side displaying some easy juice; peak Trackman exit velocity of 95 MPH.
Defensively: Low to the ground with wide feet, sits low into the crouch; moves his feet quickly to line up to the bag, gains ground to the target throughout this process. Soft hands, works his thumb up through the ball into a clean transfer; solid, whippy actions in the arm with exceptional hand speed through the throwing window. Velo from the crouch could improve as strength increases. 2.12-2.18 pop times. C - 72 MPH.


Physical: Solid and projectable 6-foot-2, 205-pound frame with advanced strength throughout / athleticism oozes in the actions. 7.61 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH. Increased feel in the box with a mature approach for his age. Started with a wide, balanced stance with the hands showing slight rhythm at ear height, utilized a short and repeatable lift and replace stride to initiate an efficient, flat barrel path through the hitting zone with noticeable lift after impact. Long levers dealt damage at the front of the plate / the RHH did a good job keeping his weight behind the baseball. Had no issues turning on the inner half and jolting line drives to the left side of the field. Showcased a middle of the field approach overall during batting practice while hitting into a stiff and adjustable front side. Looks hitterish at the plate, everything is fluid through a medium posture in the swing. Recorded a peak bat-exit velocity of 94 mph according to Trackman Baseball / 350 foot max batted ball distance. 

Defensively: The primary backstop featured advanced defensive abilities and should be considered an impact defender moving forward. Beat the ball to the spot with well above average receiving technique; a soft glove hand worked back through the zone in all quadrants with minimal sway at the catch point. Pop times ranged from 2.06-2.13 using powerful straight line footwork towards the target out of a low crouch, solid catch and throw skills and feel for transfers as the arm worked through a quick, high ¾ slot with a short arm circle. Moved well laterally on blocks burying the glove hand and getting the body downward creating positive angles over the plate. C - 74 mph


Physical: Athletic, projectable 6-foot-2, 205-pound frame that oozes physicality and next level ready tools. 7.77 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH. Easy setup with a wide, slightly open stance showing some hand wiggle high at the ear for rhythm. Utilized a repeatable lift and replace stride coupled with a slight backwards hand load which launched a smooth, violent barrel through a slightly uphill path in the hitting window. Displayed maturity in the box with an advanced approach and short time to contact creating tight turns on pitches in any quadrant. Showcased occasional home run pop to the pull side with natural lift after contact and also peppered the RCF gap during a standout batting practice round. Recorded a max of 94 mph bat-exit velocity per Trackman Baseball with a top distance of 352 feet and 23.1% “hard hit” percentage. 

Defensively: The primary catcher demonstrated why he’s highly regarded in the ‘23 class with a well above average defensive evaluation. Showed a soft glove hand while continually beating the ball to the spot with the body earning more than a few extra strike calls during game action. Pop times ranged from 1.98-2.05 with powerful and efficient straight line footwork coupled with quick transfers through a high ¾ slot on the release. Worked hard for his pitchers behind the dish with quick lateral movements and instincts while blocking, saved more than a few free-90’s and the arm strength certainly can control the run game at the next level. C - 74 mph 


Physical: 6-foot-1, 190-pounds. Solid athletic frame, projectable. 7.96 runner in the 60; 4.82 home-to-1B.
Offensively: RHH. Feet shoulder width apart, bent at the knees, hands out in front shoulder high, up and down bat movement, large leg kick into a simple load action with hands, consistent stride towards the pitcher on swings Compact swing, level barrel path, hands quick through the zone, one handed finish. Up the middle approach, low line drives pull side. 84 MPH raw exit velocity.
Defensively: 2.05-2.12 pop times. Low stance, square feet, consistent glove work resulting in strong frames, quick to get down and block, smooth recovery. C - 70 MPH.  


A physical projectable frame at 6-foot-0, 165 pounds. Ran a 7.77 in the 60 yard dash. Offensively- the right hand hitter stands in the box with feet shoulder width apart and a slight bend in the knees. Simple short load actions. Quick direct path to the baseball. Good use of the lower half. Stays balanced throughout the swing. Displayed hard consistent contact during batting practice. Profiles to hit for power at the college level. The top exit velocity was 81 MPH. Defensively- as a C, sets up in a low wide base. Presents a big target for the pitcher. Above-average exchange and a quick release from a high ¾ arm slot. The top throwing velocity was 81 MPH and the pop time range was 2.05-2.12. The 2023 graduate is a must follow. 

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