Jaden DeLawder
Jaden DeLawder
Jaden DeLawder
Jaden DeLawder
Jaden DeLawder
Jaden DeLawder




6-0 • 185LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Beekman Gamers


2021 National

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Physical: Solid and athletic 6-foot, 185-pound frame with plenty of strength found in the lower half. Binghamton University commit. 7.06 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: LHH. Wide, even stance with slight bend in the knees as the hands showed quick circular rhythm at the shoulder. Utilized a leg-hang stride to initiate a flat barrel path into the hitting zone. Feel for the barrel and high level bat to ball skills / short time to contact with tight turns on pitches thrown on the inner half. Can drive the pitch out over the plate through both gaps as well, above average hitter in the box and just knows how to find hard contact, adjustable and athletic lower half that allows hands to match plane early in the swing. Recorded a maximum bat-exit velocity of 94 mph according to Trackman Baseball, 327 feet peak batted ball distance. 

Defensively: The primary catcher demonstrates advanced receiving skills beating the ball to the spot with a low center of gravity and a soft glove hand at the catch point, pop times ranged from 2.06-2.14 displaying quick and directional straight line footwork with above average catch / throw skills. Used a high ¾ slot with a quick release, moderate release with accuracy on the bag. Got the body around the ball on either side of the plate while blocking, glove buried in the dirt first with downward chest angles. C - 76 mph …. The outfielder featured solid straight line speed and active footwork showing a feel for movements in space, got downhill through the baseball while approaching it on the left side of his body, soft glove hand, stayed behind the ball hit in the air and could drop step and go get it in either gap. OF - 84 mph


Quiet confidence to his game for the athletic 6-foot-0 180 pound left-handed hitter. Offensively -Showed impressive barrel control during his 3 days of batting practice; compact stroke that stays inside contact with pop to his pull side. Will hit for average and develop consistent power. Defensively- Behind the plate he showed an accurate, on-the-bag arm with a positive ground gained with his footwork. Steady, calm receiver who was also solid in the dirt.


A projectable athletic build at 6-foot-0 tall,180 pounds. Ran a 7.09 in the 60 yard dash. Offensively- The left handed hitter stands in the box in a tall stance . Shifts his weight smoothly towards the front before entering the hitting zone. Throws his hands into the hitting zone . Displays some natural bat whip. Shows pop to the pull side. Gets good use of the lower half. Gets full extension after the point of contact. Top exit velocity during the hitting portion was 89 MPH. Defensively- Behind the dish. Shows explosive active footwork. Quick exchange and throws from a high ¾ arm slot. Top throwing velocity behind the plate was 75 MPH. Pop time ranged from a 2.14-2.19 . The 2021 Catcher is a must follow.


Has an athletic build 6-foot-0, 180 pounds. Ran a 6.86 60 yard dash. Ran a 4.09 home to first. Offensively- Stands in the box with feet shoulder width apart. Loose hands. Takes a short stride towards the pitcher before attacking the baseball. Presents a short compact swing with some juice. Showed hard consistent contact to the pull side. Good use of lower half. Projects to hit for some power at the college level. Top exit velocity 91 MPH. Defensively- Showed active footwork. Takes time to gather himself behind the baseball. Fields the baseball slightly off -center. Above average transfer. A long ¾ arm action. Top throwing velocity 78 MPH. Catching- Low narrow stance. Active footwork behind the plate. Quick transfer and a quick release from a ¾ arm slot. Top throwing velocity 73 MPH. Pop time ranged from 1.97 - 2.0. The 2021 Catcher is a must follow.


Athletic, projectable frame with lean build. 6-foot, 180-pounds. Offensively – Sets up in a wide stance with tall, upright posture. Uses an athletic weight shift to load on his back side before initiating swing with forward stride. Keeps front side in at landing with head working down to the ball. Quick, compact swing. Barrel stays behind the ball and produces consistent line drive contact. Utilizes core/lower half to generate easy bat speed. Defensively – Mechanically sound set-up behind the plate. Hips sink low with upper body staying upright. Receives ball out front before getting into exchange. Comes out of couch quickly to redirect feet towards 2b. Clean, compact arm action from ¾ slot


60 Yard Dash: 7.36
Exit Velocity:
Positional Arm:
Pop-Time: 2.14 - 2.16
Strong arm that recorded a 2.14 pop time to second, high 3/4 arm slot that works fast and easy. Slightly open stance in the box, high hands, short load, mid-high leg lift, Barrel stays thru the zone a long time, 82 mph exit velocity and that number will only increase. 


Average build; left-handed hitting OF. Open stance with a high hand position. Some inside-out approach to his swing but looks the part of a younger player who is going to develop and be a long term threat for FDR.

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