Diego Urreta
Diego Urreta
Diego Urreta
Diego Urreta
Diego Urreta
Diego Urreta
Diego Urreta
Diego Urreta
Diego Urreta
Diego Urreta
Diego Urreta




Cisco JC
The Harvey School (HS) • NY
5-11 • 185LBS • L/R
Travel Team: New York Nighthawks


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Physical: Stocky, large 5-foot-10, 180-pound frame with advanced strength throughout the build. 7.76 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: LHH. Balanced, even stance with slight rhythm in the hands as they bounced on the shoulder in the setup. Utilized a controlled toe-tap stride to initiate a fluid, slightly uphill barrel path into the hitting zone. The top hand dominated the swing allowing for short time to contact, and plenty of impact at the front of the plate during batting practice. Hit into a stiff and adjustable front side creating repeatable actions in the box and quick adjustments at the plate in game action. Generated occasional lift to the RCF gap with a high finish and recorded a max of 93 mph bat-exit velocity per Trackman Baseball. A 72 mph peak barrel speed according to Blast Motioned further evidences the power he displayed in the box. 

Defensively: The primary third baseman featured quality footwork arriving to the baseball on time and out in front of the left foot with a soft glove hand playing aggressively out in front. Was able to generate low posture through the fielding window and get downhill through the target with the momentum allowing for a quick, high ¾ slot on the release across the diamond. Made the play on the run with ability to change arm angles with accuracy. 3B - 82 mph


Physical: 5-foot-10, 180-pounds. Strong, physical frame. 7.51 runner in the 60; 4.2 home-to-1B.
Offensively: LHH. Starts upright with a slightly open stance, a narrow base, hands start slightly above shoulders with a level bat, uses a medium leg lift for timing Hands stay close to the body to the point of contact, very quick barrel through the zone, swing works uphill at finish. Lots of solid contact to pull side/pull side gap. 88 MPH raw exit velocity.
Defensively: Clean footwork on approach, stays low, fields the ball slightly off-center and in the middle of his body and funnels into his stomach. Quick arm swing with a high 3/4 arm slot.  INF - 82 MPH. 


An athletic strong frame at 5-foot-10, 180 pounds. Ran a 7.53 in the 60 yard dash. Offensively- Stands in the box in a tall stance. Simple load actions. Takes a short stride towards the pitcher. Low effort swing. Ball jumps off the bat. Stays balanced throughout his swing. Projects to hit for power at the next level. Showed pop to the middle and pull side. Top exit velocity was 91 MPH. Defensively- Sits back on the baseball. Shows good hands. Smooth funnel actions. Moves well laterally. Throws from a high ¾ arm slot. Top throwing velocity was 74 MPH. The 2020 graduate is a must follow.


June 25-27, 2018 (NYS Games) 

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Positional Arm:

5-foot-11, 177-pounds with room for growth. Quick actions defensively , projects out at the left side, active lower half, open glove face, fast release, 77 mph arm-strength. Offensively we love the bat. Extremely smooth and fluid throughout the entire swing, barrel find the ball consistent and loud. Gets behind the ball early. High finish. 91 mph exit velo.

Preseason - Downstate (February 21, 2018)

Urreta stands 5-foot-11 175-pounds with a sturdy frame. He ran a 7.89 60 and a 4.58 home-to-1B. Offensively- At the plate, slightly open stance from the left side, relaxed hands on the setup. Leg kick with a small stride for timing on the pitch barrel path is direct to the ball, level plane, medium-length one arm finish, 87 MPH exit velocity showing above-average bat speed from the 2020 graduate. Defensively- Relaxed methodical actions from his lower half to the ball, wide base, filled with a soft glove throws from a high three quarter slot 78 MPH arm strength across the diamond, increases foot speed going into the summer should be a high priority in order to stay in the middle of the field. Overall very nice looking prospect in this current sophomore class that projects better at 3B at this point.

Pride Workout (February 10, 2018)

Urreta is a 5-foot-11 175 pound 2B/3B with an athletic frame. He ran a 7.73 60 and a Home to 1st time of 4.55. Both times were improvements from his last event.  Offensively - Sets up with a slightly open stance and hands held shoulder height. Exit velo was 87 MPH off a tee.  Utilizes a high leg kick into the load phase of his swing; short stroke and repeatable swing, which produced line drives to all parts of the field. Defensively - Sets up well with weight moving forward. Soft hands and good lateral movement; 72 MPH across the diamond.

Last Chance Preview- Downstate (November 18, 2017)

Urreta is a 5-foot-11, 175 pound solidly built 3B/2B who ran a 7.84 60 yard dash time.  Offensively- Left handed hitter with feet shoulder width apart, balanced weight and hands high near left ear.  Upon pitch, slight trigger with proper weight transfer.  Lets the ball travel deep but shows quick hands with bat path direct to the ball and slight upper-cut, one handed finish.  Exit velocity of 85 MPH shows some pop in the bat at a young age.  Defensively- Approaches the ball with short, smooth steps to position himself well when receiving the ball.  Uses a ¾ arm angle to deliver the ball across the diamond with an infield velocity of 77 MPH. Shows good footwork with a strong arm. Next level 3B/2B projection.

ENY All-Star Games (September 17, 2017)

Diego Urreta is a 5-foot-11 165-pound 3B. Offensively – Urreta has a balanced stance with slight knee bend, feet shoulder width apart, and toes pointed in. Urreta begins with his hands close to his body and just behind is head. His load is straight back and his hands are quick and compact to the ball.His lower half is quiet until his aggressive leg kick and hip rotation at the point of contact. He uses his leg kick to transfer his weight and attacks the ball with powerful hands.  He shows power potential with upward tilt in his swing path and a high finish after the swing; exit velocity of 85 MPH. Defensively – Urreta begins with prep steps to position himself as the ball approaches. He stays balanced with hands out in front, knees bent and a flat back with chest over the ball. Urreta tracks ball into his glove with smooth technique and gathers quickly to get rid of the ball. He moves side to side with active footwork and releases accurately with a low ¾ arm slot. His arm strength across the diamond is 77 MPH.

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