Dan Davis
Dan Davis
Dan Davis
Dan Davis
Dan Davis




Onondaga CC
West Genesee (HS) • NY
5-11 • 190LBS • R/L


2021 National

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Physical: 5-foot-11, 190 pounds; strong, sturdy build. 7.75 runner in the 60.

 Offensively: RHH. Balanced stance with a bend in the knees and feet even; hands start up in front of shoulder with a waggle; lift and replace stride while the hands load straight back. aggressive lower half staying behind the ball with quick to the ball getting on plane early and keeping the barrel through the hitting zone.  Consistent hard contact with present power to pull side gap; peak Trackman exit velocity of 97 MPH.

 Defensively: Balanced and low with glove on the ground; active foot work around the bag. confident glove with a seamless transfer; varys arm action with the play to a 3/4 release.   INF - 79 MPH.

 Pitching: Steady, controlled pace; leg lift above the waist with a turn before striding in line to a repeatable release and balanced follow through. Long, fluid arm action to a high 3/4 release. FB: T 79 MPH, 75-78 MPH. Plays with life up in the zone with a max Bauer Unit of 29 (MLB average BU is 24). CB: 65-66 MPH. Big, sharp break with 1-7 shape; average spin rate of 2246 RPM with average vertical drop of 12.9 inches and horizontal movement of 6.9 inches.  CH: 68-69 MPH. Maintains arm speed with average of 9.3 inches of arm side run. .


Physical: 5-foot-11, 200-pounds. Lean, athletic frame. 7.73 runner in the 60; 4.5 home-to-1B.
Offensively: RHH. Crouched stance with bent knees, wide base, hands high above shoulders, uses small bat waggle and hands work back along with small leg kick Hands clear the zone quickly, barrel works on a flat, direct path finishing on a slightly uphill plane. Consistent hard contact to pull-side gap. 88 MPH raw exit velocity.
Defensively:  Starts and stays low on approach, works from the ground up, shuffles to release. Medium arm swing with a 3/4 arm slot.  INF - 79 MPH.

Pitching Delivery: Balanced, fundamental delivery, shoulders and stride are in line to a repeatable release and follow through.
Arm Action: Long, clean arm action with 3/4 release.
FB: T77, 75-77 MPH. Commands in the zone, arm side run.
CB: 63-66 MPH. Sharp 12-6 break.


Offensively- the right handed hitter stands in the box in a tall stance and feet shoulder width apart. Simple load actions. Davis was impressive during the batting practice portion at the Fall Top Prospect games with hard consistent contact. Davis has a quick direct path to the baseball. Good use of the lower and gets full extension after point of contact. Defensively- the 1B, displayed an aggressive approach to the baseball. Davis moves well laterally and around the bag. Quick exchange and release from a high ¾ arm slot. On the mound, Davis is a consistent strike thrower. Davis worked with a two pitch mix FB and CB. Davis has a repeatable low effort delivery and a feel for pitching. Davis has a strong projectable frame and will be a must follow as he continues to develop. 


The 5-foot-11, 200-pound primary first baseman demonstrated feel of a large, filled out frame with present strength. The right-handed hitter begins in a bent, even stance with weight sunken into a strong lower-half. A short lift-and-replace stride and quick swing initiates a slightly uphill barrel path through the zone. Generated backspin to the pull-side while utilizing the whole field during batting practice. Registered a noticeable 91 mph bat-exit velocity with advanced feel for his hands. Showcased average footwork playing low to the ground while arriving to the baseball on time. The glove hand alternated between stiff and soft on occasion and smooth transfers allowed for accurate 76 mph arm-strength across the diamond. The left-handed pitcher sat 76-78 mph from a long and easy, high ¾ arm-slot. Repeated delivery with command of both pitches in the zone. Countered with a 66-69 mph 1/7 curveball thrown out of the same window. 

Physical 5-foot-11, 180 pounds. Ran a 7.89 60 yard dash. Offensively- Stands in the box with slightly bent knees. Simple load, quick too and out of the hitting zone. Stays balanced throughout the swing. Shows some pop potential with an 88 MPH exit velocity. Defensively- Stays low and gets in a wide base when fielding the ball. Average exchange to a low ¾ arm slot, follows the throw to the target. Had a position velocity of 68 MPH. The 2021 graduate as the bat to gain some attention going forward.

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