Cole Laskowski
Cole Laskowski
Cole Laskowski
Cole Laskowski
Cole Laskowski
Cole Laskowski

CLASS OF 2019

2B
SS

Cole
Laskowski

Niagara County CC
St. Mary's (HS) • NY
5-6 • 155LBS • L/R
Travel Team: WNY Prospects
2019 National

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June 25-27, 2018 (NYS Games) 

60 Yard Dash: 
7.62
Exit Velocity: 
85
Positional Arm: 
72

Smaller build but shows strength in his frame. Quick actions. Body has control and rhythm. Average arm strength at 72 mph but release is quick. In the box he's relaxed, fluid to the ball, swing path is compact and direct, finds barrel consistently.. Sprays ball to all fields. 85 mph exit velo off a tee.

Preseason- West (February 19, 2018)

Standing 5-foot-6, 145-pounds with a slender build. At the plate slightly open stance, relaxed hands, strides back to even on the pitch for timing. Fluid barrel path with slight uphill plane, exit velocity of 82 mph off a tee. Defensively, active and aggressive to the ball, keeps moving his feel towards target after he fields from a wide base, glove out in front. 74 mph arm-strength across the diamond with accuracy.

WNY All-Star Games (September 24, 2017)

Scrappy 5-foot-6 140 pound left-handed hitting middle infielder who exhibits some fast twitch actions. Offensively- Even setup with weight stacked over back leg; some pre-pitch bat wiggle that gets under control late; knee-to-knee leg kick with explosive lower half and some bat whip through the zone. Exit velocity was 79 MPH, just under his previous best of 81 MPH. Contact/results play better then that. Defensively- Active feet, runs into ball with hands getting out a touch late; works through the backhand, double play flip and slow roller. Arm strength was 70 MPH with a quick release. 2B mold with a table setter approach at the plate.

Preseason All-State (February 20, 2017)

5-foot-4 135 pound middle infielder with athletic actions.He ran a 7.62 60. Offensively- Even setup with feet underneath the shoulders for the LHH; uses a quick leg kick with a straight back load of the hands. Explosive effort with the lower half; swing path gets out and around contact at time. Staying inside the ball better will help make his results more consistent; tools are there. Exit velocity was up 4 MPH to 81 MPH. Defensively- Active with approach, good bounce in his step. Works glove through the ball with adequate transfer and release from a traditional 3/4 slot. Attacks the ball with a purpose, throws showed some carry and arm will only improve (71 MPH). Scrappy player that goes hard.  

WNY Travel Workout (January 16, 2017)

Laskowski is on the smaller side at 5-foot-4, 135 pounds but has strength in his body. Was timed at 4.66 seconds from home to first base. Offensively- Begins with feet slightly wider than shoulders and legs straight. Upper half is turned in towards plate and hands are extended away from body at shoulder height. Uses a leg kick that lands closed. Closed stance makes it hard for hips to rotate through. Swing plane is uphill with a high finish. Had an exit velocity of 77 MPH off of the tee. Defensively- Moves to ball smoothly. Sets up with a wide base and good knee bend. Catches ball in front of body and then funnels hands to midsection. Hand to glove transfer is quick and throws with a short arm motion. Had a throwing velocity of 71 MPH across the infield.

WNY Pro Holiday Clinic (December 19, 2015) 

The 5’4 108 pound 2019 though young, showed to be one of the most fundamentally sound players at the Holiday Clinic this winter.  Offensively- Swinging it from the left side he set up balanced and used good rhythm with a small leg kick.  He used his lower half very well and got the most out of his small frame right now.  He showed a 73 mph exit speed and a smooth aggressive stroke.  Defensively- In the field he flashed some good leather always working through the ball with no excess movement in the hands.  The freshman middle guy will fun to watch over the next few years.

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