Daniel Morse
Daniel Morse
Daniel Morse




Russell Sage College
Port Jervis (HS) • NY
6-1 • 145LBS • S/R


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Physical: 6-foot-1, 145 pounds; lanky, long legged frame. 7.9 runner in the 60.
Offensively: Switch. L/R: Very open front side with high hands and a lifted elbow; L/R: small stride forward as the hands get pushed backwards. L/R: decent use of the lower half, could definitely be more explosive / stays more engaged in his back leg from the right side of the plate with L/R: long swing path, bars out arm on load and gets around the ball on contact. L/R: lifted the ball well to the pull side, showed that he likes to get his hands extended; peak Trackman exit velocity of 81 MPH.
Defensively: Wide feet, sits low into his crouch; stands up as he catches the ball and switches feet to make the throw. Soft hands that work through the ball, clean transfer; long, whippy action in the arm with a short take away from the glove. 2.30-2.40 pop times. C - 66 MPH. 


Physical: Long and lean 6-foot-1, 145-pound frame with projectability in the build and will continue filling out as he matures. 7.89 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: LHH. Open, slightly bent stance with weight shifted into the backside as the hands start loose and idle on the shoulder. Utilized a leg-hang stride coupled with a barrel tilt at the top of the load to initiate a whippy and flat barrel path into the hitting zone. Delivered the bat head to the front of the plate with consistency showing a strong top hand in the swing and feel for the middle of the field during batting practice. Was able to elevate the ball above the belt to the RCF gap with natural lift after contact. Recorded a top bat-exit velocity of 83 mph according to Trackman Baseball with ability for more while flashing natural fluidity at the plate. 

Defensively: The primary backstop showed adequate receiving skills with a soft glove hand at the catch point. Pop times ranged from 2.27-2.34 out of a low crouch with short straight line footwork towards the target. Moved his lengthy frame well laterally arriving on time with the glove in the dirt deadening the ball over the plate while blocking. C - 68 mph

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