Dominic Guccia
Dominic Guccia
Dominic Guccia
Dominic Guccia
Dominic Guccia
Dominic Guccia




St. John Fisher College
Union-Endicott (HS) • NY
5-11 • 195LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Endicott Post 82 / Eiger Baseball


2021 National

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Physical: Sturdy, physical 5-foot-11, 195-pound frame with plenty of athleticism in the movements as well. 6.97 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH. Balanced, even stance with noticeable physicality in the box as the hands move with slight rhythm above the shoulder. Utilized a repeatable lift and replace stride to initiate a short and quick, slightly uphill barrel path into the hitting zone. Hands played with confidence through the ball getting to extension with ease creating a gap to gap approach at the plate. Hit into a stiff and adjustable front side while repeatedly generating quality swings at the dish, evidenced by a top bat exit velocity of 96 mph per Trackman Baseball. Created natural lift to the pull-side gap and stayed on the away pitch well allowing for backspin to the RCF gap with authority. Recorded a max distance of 340 feet with a 50% hard hit percentage during batting practice per Blast Motion.

Defensively: The primary outfielder displayed lots to like during a standout defensive session. Arrived to the spot on time with downhill momentum while consistently staying behind the ball in the air. Used advanced straight line speed (6.97 runner) to cut off balls in the gap in game action showing off natural instincts and a soft glove hand at the catch point. Showcased adequate transfers and catch & throw skills allowing for accurate throws from his position out of a loose, high ¾ slot. Arm strength and footspeed should allow a spot at any two of the three OF positions at the next level. OF - 85 mph


Physical: 5-foot-11, 195-pounds. Big; strong; physical frame.
Run: 7.2 runner in the 60.
Hit: RHH. Tall stance; feet shoulder width apart; slightly open; hands back deep; medium leg lift Long bat path with top spin line drives; consistent to pull side; really comes around the ball.
Power: 89 MPH raw exit velocity. Shows pop to pull side; pull side hitter.
Defense: Active feet to work around the ball and through it; fields it on outside glove foot, but does it let funnel up into his body a little too much.
Arm: 3/4 arm slot, long arm swing.  OF - 78 MPH.


The physical outfielder was impressive at the 2019 Fall Top Prospect games. Guccia improved his 60 yard dash and ran 7.23. At the plate, Guccia displayed his strength with fast twitch hitting actions and hard consistent contact. Defensively, the outfielder stays under control and displayed an accurate arm to the plate. Guccia uses his active footwork to gain momentum when throwing the baseball. Guccia is a must follow. 


A physical strong frame at 5-foot-10, 180 pounds. Ran a 7.26 in the 60 yard dash. Offensively- The right handed hitter stands in the box in a tall stance. Short compact swing. Fast twitch actions. Made hard consistent contact to the middle part of the field. Top exit velocity was 92 MPH. Defensively- As an outfielder, showed active footwork. Gets himself in a good position when fielding the baseball. Has a quick exchange and throws from a high ¾ arm slot. Top throwing velocity from the outfield was 82 MPH. Pitching- The RHP displayed a repeatable delivery. Takes his time to gather himself into a balanced back side and drives downhill with low effort. Has a short arm action from a high ¾ arm slot. FB peaked at 77 MPH. CB has tight sharp break ranging from 56-60 MPH. The 2021 graduate has tons of upside and is a must follow.


Physical  5-foot-10, 180 pounds OF. Offensively- A tall wide base, takes a small stride forward towards before attacking the hitting zone. Level bat path with a consistent middle of the field pop. Finishes with one hand follow through. Had an exit velocity of 86 MPH. Defensively- Lower half is active when attacking the ball. A quick exchange with a long arm action on throws from the OF. OF throwing velocity was 75 MPH. The 2021 OF has a lot more in the tank. The OF improved in the exit velocity and has the frame to become good OF at the college level.


Stands 5-foot-10, 180-pounds, broad shoulders, ran a 4.71 home-to-first. Offensively - Mostly even stance in the box, barrel rests on his shoulder, consistent line drive contact, loud, direct to the ball from a mostly level barrel path. Power projection with 79 mph exit velo. Defensively- attacks the ball, lower half is active and behind the ball, stays behind the ball, quick longer arm-action, ¾ slot with some carry to the plate at 75 mph.

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