Connor Bradshaw
Connor Bradshaw
Connor Bradshaw
Connor Bradshaw
Connor Bradshaw
Connor Bradshaw
Connor Bradshaw




Trinity Pawling (HS) • NY
6-2 • 190LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Clubhouse


2020 National

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New England Procase

6-foot, 190-pound, strong physical frame. Put together extremely well, with strength throughout. A left-handed hitter, ran a 6.50 sixty-yard dash, had a tee exit of 92 mph. The hands are relaxed, lower, short and quick to the baseball, creates torque, which helps supply a good amount of power to the swing. The lower half is under control, maintaining balance.The swing is level and stays through it. During batting practice, maxed out at 107 mph and had a distance of 394 ft. Shows a plus arm from a corner outfield corner position. Potential to be a draft pick this spring.

Tee Exit Velocity: 92 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 6.50

Campus Series - Marist (July 17, 2018)

6-foot-2, 170-pounds. Lean, athletic frame. Offensively - Wide, balanced set up with feet square to pitcher. Big leg kick to create weight transfer before forward stride. Hands stay right to body and work inside of the baseball. Swing shows lift to pull-side. Gets full rotation from hips on finish. Exit velocity was 85 MPH. Defensively - Keeps feet underneath him when closing on the ball. Uses a step-behind shuffle to create momentum on throws. Long, loose arm action. High ¾ release. Gets full extension thru target on throws. Arm strength was 85 MPH.

June 25-27, 2018 (NYS Games) 

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6-foot-2, 170-pounds, large frame, lean build, projectable. Ran an impressive 6.96 60 yard dash. 85 mph arm strength with carry, quick and athletic in OF. Long arm, and could use legs better behind his throws. In the box, open stance, with low set hands. Slightly crouched stance, with high leg kick. Long swing with one handed finish. Above average pull side power with 87 mph exit velo.

Downstate Fall Preview (October 2, 2016)

Bradshaw, a 2019 left-handed hitting outfielder, stands at 5-foot-10 weighs a solid 150 pounds,  ran a 7.87 60 but has run as quick as 7.73 at earlier events. Offensively- Starts with a crouched open stance hands held in front of the back shoulder with the back elbow parallel to the ground and the barrel of the bat with slight wrap behind the head. Takes a stride towards the pitcher while the hands load slightly off the back shoulder creating separation during the launch phase of the swing. Showed the ability to drive the ball to the pull side gap with a ferocious follow through using max effort throughout the swing. Recorded an exit velocity of 75 MPH on the day which was a slight increase from a few weeks earlier.  Defensively-  Aggressive movements with balls that were hit on the ground, fielding the ball on the outside of the left foot creating quality momentum to the target. Balls hit into the gaps, showed ability to get to the ball with an efficient route being able to get behind the ball and get into a good throwing position. Quick transfer from the center of the body, showing long arm action and good extension on throws. Recorded an arm velocity of 75 MPH but has been as high 76 MPH at previous events.

NY All-Star Games (September 17, 2016)

Bradshaw stands in at 5-foot-11, 150 pounds with a lean frame. Ran a 7.73 – 60. Offensively- Lefty sets up with a slightly open stance with his knees bent leaning into the strike zone. Hands held chest level in mid-body with a high back elbow and his chin tucked into his front shoulder. On pitch his trigger is a step forward to square up to the pitcher and his hands move back and up slightly to get into his hitting position. Hands are quick into the hitting zone with a level bat path throughout the zone to a high two handed finish. Good rotation on lower half. Simple swing and makes line drive contact. Recorded an exit velocity of 73 MPH. Defensively- Good footwork and approach. Crow hop needs to gain more ground with a longer arm swing to get more body weight into the throw. Will improve with more reps and added strength. Displayed a position velocity of 76 MPH.

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