Jason Savacool
Jason Savacool
Jason Savacool
Jason Savacool

CLASS OF 2020

RHP

Jason
Savacool

Maryland
Baldwinsville (HS) • NY
6-1 • 210LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Syracuse SportsZone

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2020 National

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2020
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Fastball

92
Velocity (max)
7/24/18
89 - 91
Velo Range
7/24/18
-
Spin Rate (avg)

Changeup

80 - 81
Velo Range
7/24/18
-
Spin Rate (avg)

Curveball

77 - 78
Velo Range
7/24/18
-
Spin Rate (avg)

Slider

82 - 83
Velo Range
7/24/18
-
Spin Rate (avg)

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2018
Fastball
Velocity Max
92.0
Fastball
Velocity Avg
90.0
Curveball
Velocity Avg
77.5
Changeup
Velocity Avg
80.5
Slider
Velocity Avg
82.5
2018 Call to the Hall
Jul 24, 2018
Pitching
92
Max FB
89 - 91
FB
77 - 78
CB
80 - 81
CH
82 - 83
SL

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7/05/22

USA CNT TRIALS: A two-year stalwart in the Maryland rotation, Savacool earned second-team All-America honors as a sophomore, going 8-3, 2.93 with 128 strikeouts against 28 walks in 107.2 innings to lead the Terps to their first-ever home regional. He worked two scoreless appearances during CNT training camp, though he issued four walks and did not strike out a batter. With a sturdy 6-foot-1, 210-pound frame, Savacool is built like an innings-eater, though his uptempo delivery has some effort and he finishes well to the first base side, sometimes off balance — once even landing flat on his belly after delivering a pitch. His calling card is a low-spin sinker at 89-92 with heavy arm-side sink, and he complements it with an average 83-85 slider, a bigger-breaking version at 80-82 that might be a curveball or perhaps just a manipulated version of the slider, and a good 86-88 mph splitter with very low spin. He’s a dogged competitor who proved he can fill up the strike zone in the spring, though his command wasn’t as sharp as usual with Team USA.

7/24/18

Solid 6-foot-1 195 pound frame with a strong lower half; works center rubber with a slight coil up to his balance point. Arm action says long and loose working through a 3/4 slot; controlled temp with arm speed out in front. FB sat 88-91 MPH, touching 92 MPH. Threw both a traditional CB at 77-78 MPH and a late, sharp action slider at 82-83 MPH. Showed the change at 80-81 MPH but was used sparingly as he was slotted for one inning. Continues to impress with a 4 pitch mix and high mound IQ. Was upper 80's to 92 MPH over his last two outings in the postseason, holding the velocity into the later innings.

6/25/17

Athletic 5-foot-11 right-hander with a projectable body, one of the top pitching prospects in the entire state as a 2020 graduate; uses height to get downward plane on fastball at 82-86 MPH that touches 87 MPH, late action results in weak contact, loose and fluid arm action, maintains motion with curveball at 71-72, a few at 74 MPH with feel for spin and command.

2/20/16

Savacool stands a lean 5-foot-11, 160-pounds with long legs and a frame with weight projection. Pitching- On the mound he uses a slight side-step, smooth rhythmic tempo in his delivery, high knee-lift, hands stay shoulder height before they start to break as he drives forward. He uses a long stride with proper direction towards home-plate, shows the ability to use hip and shoulder separation, from a clean workable arm-action. Releases the ball from a power high 3/4-slot with some depth/run on his fastball sitting 79-80 mph, above average for a 2020 graduate. Curveball shows fastball hand-speed with the ability to spin the ball, 12/5 shape sitting 70-72. He also throws a change-up sitting 72-74, slightly hard and on one-plane. Overall the projection for Savacool on the mound is exciting, loose whippy arm with arm-strength, body projection, and the feel for spinning the baseball. High follow this spring and summer.

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