Eric Servellon
Eric Servellon
Eric Servellon
Eric Servellon
Eric Servellon
Eric Servellon
Eric Servellon




Arlington (HS) • NY
6-2 • 210LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Hudson Valley Renegades
2023 National

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Physical: Stocky, durable 6-foot-2, 210lb build with some starter projection. 

Pitching: RHP - Begins off the middle/right side of the rubber, utilizing calculated pace towards a shallow leg-lift. Good separation at foot-strike and the arm showed a direct takeaway before getting extended well on the front-side (H ¾ slot). Nice lead-leg brace that allows for good direction down the slope. Landed the FB at 86-88 mph with heavy action into the zone (78% strike rate). Regular effort, mixing a late-biting 74-76 mph SL across the plate up to 8 inches of HM. A quality 78-80 mph CH displayed great fade off the FB plane; deceptive pitch.


Physical: Starter’s type frame at a durable 6-foot, 215lbs and attacked from the outset. West Virginia commit. 

Pitching: RHP - The righty began off the left side of the rubber with seasoning in a controlled delivery. Found a moderate, balanced stack before exploding down the slope with a clean, connected drive off the backside into a firm front-leg at footstrike. Released from a power H ¾ slot, creating heavy action on an 85-88 mph FB (T2400rpms, missed barrels above the waist). Mixed a sharp, two plane 76-78 mph breaker with disappearing down action and good arm-speed while staying on top of it. Dropped in a developing 76-78 mph CH with tangible separation off the FB and varied command to either side of the plate.


Physical: Imposing/athletic 6-foot, 215lb frame with ready strength that carries into his game. The West Virginia University recruit ran a 7.08 60-yard dash.

Offensively: RHH - Upright, open stance with the hands showing rhythm by the head to start. Utilized a toe-tap stride to initiate the barrel through a slightly uphill, whippy path into the hitting zone. Hit into a higher-postured front side on-time towards extension, properly transferring the power up the chain to the barrel; produced a loud 93 mph bat-exit velocity en route to a near 330 foot batted ball distance per Trackman (70% fly ball rate during his round). Able to create lift and stay behind the baseball, matching pitch-plane early in ball flight. Strong middle of the order type presence with repeatability in the box.

 Defensively: The outfielder demonstrated corner projection, handling himself with confidence and solid reads off the bat. Active feet that went on attack mode down through the baseball, fielding off the left side and using a crow hop to accurately release from a lengthy H ¾ slot (86 mph arm, carry). 

Pitching: RHP - Started off the middle/left side of the rubber with gradual pace to the delivery. Natural strength and got to a balanced stack before driving connected down the slope, using a boost from a powerful backside leg. Released from a H ¾ slot, into the zone at 85-87, T88 mph on the FB (2280rpms, 6+ feet of extension via Trackman). Added a tight 71-74 mph SL with good horizontal tilt and countered with a commanded 75-78 mph CH flashing +avg at times (100% zone rate, 14 inches average fade/HM).


Physical: Strong, athletic build at 6-foot, 215 lbs.

Pitching: Easy effort delivery with balance through out, repeatable release and follow through. whippy arm action through a natural 3/4 release. FB: Plays with life (Bauer Unit 27) and arm side run up to 12". CB: Good feel for it; 10-4 shape with tight break. CH: Kills the spin with up to 16" arm side fade.


Physical: Sturdy, athletic 6-foot, 185-pound frame with feel for his body in all phases of the game. 7.12 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH. Balanced, open stance with the barrel pointed straight back above the shoulder with some rhythm in the hands pre-swing. Utilized a quick toe-tap stride with the hands working slightly backwards into the load slot at the shoulder in order to initiate a slightly uphill barrel path into the hitting zone. Displayed short and quick turns with the lower half creating a whippy bat through contact and hard contact to both gaps during batting practice. Repeatedly found the barrel and showcased the ability to stay behind the baseball in the lower half allowing for an advanced 94 mph bat-exit velocity per Trackman Baseball. 

Defensively: The primary outfielder took advantageous routes to the baseball, getting behind and around the ball creating downhill momentum towards the target upon fielding. The feet played fluidly generating rhythm in the hands on transfers getting to an accurate, high ¾ slot with some arm speed present on the release. Arm strength and straight line speed should point to the ability to handle at least two of the three outfield positions at the next level. OF - 86 mph

Pitching: RHP - Slow tempo in the delivery with a leg lift at the stack that doesn’t quite get all the way closed. Still creates enough downhill drive with the backside to stay in line and get repeatability through a high ¾ arm-slot with a short takeaway. Fastball worked into the zone at 78-81 mph with more in the tank. Countered with a 66-71 mph CB with an upwards of 2083 spin and displayed overall command of it in the zone. Flashed a 68-70 mph CH with low spin and moderate deception; could create better sell with higher intent. 


Physical: 6-foot-0, 185-pounds. Strong, athletic build.
Run: 7.07 runner in the 60.
Hit: RHH. Open stance with an even base, hands above shoulder with a level bat, brings hands down on load along with big leg kick Finds the barrel consistently, swings on a slightly uphill plane, extension through contact and finishes high with one hand.
Power: 87 MPH raw exit velocity. Up the middle approach, power potential to pull side if he got out in front of the ball more.
Defense: Starts with one foot in front of the other, deliberate footwork fielding the ball in the middle of his body and uses shuffle to release.
Arm: Long arm swing with a high 3/4 slot. OF - 80 MPH.

Pitching Delivery: Steady pace, builds moment with high leg lift, stride stays in line finishing on a firm front side.
Arm Action: Long arm action, hand gets up quick to a high 3/4 release point.
FB: T80, 77-80 MPH. Commanded in the zone.
CB: 67-68 MPH. 12-6 action with late break.
CH: 72-74 MPH. Located in zone with arm side run.

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