Daniel King
Daniel King
Daniel King
Daniel King
Daniel King




Grand St. Campus (HS) • NY
6-1 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: TKR REDS


2022 National

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Physical: Advanced 6-foot-1, 185lb frame with strength/durability found in the movements. 7.67 runner in the 60-yard dash.  

Offensively: RHH - Tall, upright stance leaning slightly back over the heels as the barrel rests on the shoulder, over the backside to start. Utilized a toe tap stride on time with a barrel tip, initiating the hands through a short, flat path with ability to hit behind the baseball. Blocked off the front side properly, rotating to impact and extending en route to a mostly pull-side approach during his batting practice round. Found success staying in the legs, working up to a 44% line drive rate (via Trackman) with good bat to ball skills available. Notched a T91 mph bat-exit velocity, which translated into a 354 foot batted ball distance on his best swing, hinting at some true middle of the order traits (doubles power, home run juice to pull) from a simple, repeatable effort in the box. 

Defensively: The primary third baseman featured quick, choppy feet, getting to a wider base at the fielding window, using the hands to funnel inward softly to the chest. Shuffled in-line with adequate pace before releasing from accurate H ¾ slot (73 mph arm) across the diamond. Showed some feel moving laterally to his glove hand side with a moderate posture in either direction.


Physical: Strong, physical 6-foot-1, 185 lb frame

Offensively: Slightly open stance with a wide balanced base while the hands start up over the back shoulder with some waggle; toe tap stride for timing while the hands load straight back getting some barrel tilt, strong effort from the lower half staying behind the ball, the swing path is short and repeatable to the ball yield a 70% line drive rate with a peak exit velo of 89 MPH per Trackman.

Defensively: Athletic footwork playing low to the ground and building momentum through the throws; the glove hand is soft, fields the ball in front with clean transfers; has the ability to throw from multiple arm angles and make the play on the run with relative ease. INF: 66 MPH 


A physical frame at 6-foot-1, 185 pounds. Ran a 7.52 in the 60 yard dash. Offensively- the right handed hitter stands in the box with feet shoulder width apart and a slight bend in the knees. Front foot slightly strides backwards before going towards the pitcher. Quick path to the hitting zone. Gets good use of the lower half. Stays balanced throughout the swing. Top exit velocity was 78 MPH. Defensively- as a 3B, sits back from the ball right at him. Fields the ball slightly upright. Soft hands and above average transition when fielding the baseball. Throws from a ¾ arm slot. Top throwing velocity was 77 MPH.

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