Christopher Ubner
Christopher Ubner
Christopher Ubner
Christopher Ubner
Christopher Ubner
Christopher Ubner
Christopher Ubner
Christopher Ubner
Christopher Ubner

CLASS OF 2021

3B
RHP

Christopher
Ubner

St. Thomas Aquinas College
Cooperstown (HS) • NY
5-8 • 183LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Northeast Pride
2021 National

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7/06/20

Physical: Strong, athletic 5-foot-8, 183-pound frame with advanced feel for his body in all phases of the game. 7.30 runner in the 60-yard dash. St. Thomas Aquinas commit.

Offensively: RHH. Balanced, slightly open stance with a narrow setup and some bend in the knees. Utilized a controlled toe-tap stride for an advanced timing mechanism coupled with a loose and powerful load above the shoulder to initiate his swing. The barrel whipped through a violent, slightly uphill path with well above-average hand speed into the hitting zone and showcased present home run juice to the pull-side when contacting the ball out in front. Just looks like a quality hitter with an eye popping 70% hard hit percentage according to Blast Motion, a number that registered in the top 5 of the entire event. A 60% fly ball rate points to a home in the middle of a collegiate batting order with natural loft to the pull-side gap. Overall noticeable power in the lower half with advanced hip-shoulder separation in the box; max of 95 mph bat-exit velocity per Trackman Baseball during batting practice. 

Defensively: The primary third baseman demonstrated a low center of gravity into a strong lower half while arriving to the baseball on time to either side of his body. Showcased short, quick actions on lateral movements generating range to the glove hand side. Featured adequate catch and throw skills allowing for pace across the diamond and an accurate, high ¾ slot with fluidity on the release. 3B - 84 mph

Pitching: RHP - Smooth pace throughout a compact delivery with solid straight line drive towards the target. Gets some downhill action on an 84-86 mph FB through a power, high ¾ slot. Mixed in a high spin 66-68 mph SL with a max of 2304 RPM per Trackman Baseball; showed to be a true swing and miss offering in game action. Countered with a 71-73 mph CH with deception in the release and low spin into the zone creating timing issues at the plate for hitters. Displayed legitimate two way potential with ability to pursue it at the next level.

 

6/25/19

An athletic build at 5-foot-8, 165 pounds. Ran a 7.15 in the 60 yard dash. Offensively- Stands in the box with a slight bend in the knees. Brings his hands back and takes a short stride in sync. Quick direct path to the baseball. Slight lift at the point of contact. Swings with intent. Gets good extension after the point of contact. Top exit velocity was 90 MPH.  Defensively- Sits back on the baseball. Shows above average funnel actions. Has a smooth exchange and throws from a mid ¾ arm slot. Top throwing velocity was 79 MPH.

7/30/18

Solidly-built third baseman with pop in his bat; Offensively - hunts fastballs and knows what to do with them, quick to the ball with strong hands, capable of turning on an inside pitch, uses all fields, makes effective adjustments within an at bat, can shorten swing and maintain power; Defensively - solid glove, agile footwork, confident arm across the diamond.

6/25/18

5-foot-7, 145-pounds with a slight frame. Average actions defensively, glove is out in front. In the box shows consistent short contact, finds barrel. Aggressive swing in the box. 87 mph exit velo.

2/22/18
Ubner is a 5-foot-7 145-pound right-handed shortstop. Athletic frame; ran a 7.57 60 and a 4.57 home-to-1B. Offensively- Starts square to the pitcher, bat just above shoulder at a 45-degree angle. Brings bat head up towards sky on load, hangs leg and drives outward for timing. Explosive swing, favors pull side. Throws whole body into swing with a high one handed finish for a 82 MPH exit velocity. Long term gap power potential is there. Defensively- Athletic fielding position, shuffles body laterally; hands are soft and out in front. Quick shuffle and transition allows for a strong and accurate throw. 72 MPH arm strength. Solid overall foundation; player to watch from the 2021 class.
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