Justin Cabrera
Justin Cabrera
Justin Cabrera
Justin Cabrera
Justin Cabrera
Justin Cabrera
Justin Cabrera




Ulster County CC
Cardinal Hayes (HS) • NY
6-2 • 250LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Highlanders


2020 National

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The 2020 graduate was impressive at the plate at the Senior event. At the plate, the right handed hitter stands in the box in a tall stance with feet shoulder width apart. Displayed easy pop during his batting practice portion. The 2020 graduate is a strong kid and profiles as a power bat at the college level. Defensively, Cabrera moves well around the bag. Gets himself in good fielding position before making the play. Cabrera is a must follow. 


A big physical strong frame at 6-foot-2,250 pounds. Ran a 8.28 in the 60 yard dash. Offensively- The right handed hitter stands in the box in a tall stance. Uses a slight leg lift for timing and balance before entering the hitting zone. Has a quick path to the contact zone. Has a slight leg lift at the point of contact. Showed some pull side pop. Projects to hit for power at the next level. Top exit velocity was 102 MPH. Defensively- The first baseman showed active footwork. Gets himself in a good position when fielding the baseball. Shows above average funnel actions and throws the ball from a mid ¾ arm slot. Top throwing velocity from the infield was 74 MPH.


A large physical 6-foot-2, 250 pounds projectable frame. Ran an 8.39 60 yard dash. Offensively- stands in the box with feet shoulder width apart. Short load stride towards the pitcher before attacking the baseball. Effortless flat bat path through the point of contact. Displayed pull side pop during the hitting portion. High ceiling with power potential at the college level. Top exit velocity was 98 MPH. Defensively- displayed solid infield actions during the defensive portion. Moves well laterally and smooth exchange to a quick ¾ arm slot. Top throwing velocity was 80 MPH across the diamond. Pitching- the right handed pitcher displays a repeatable delivery. Smooth effortless delivery. Works off a strong balanced backside. Plus FB command which peaked at 79 MPH. CB has a tight spin and ranged 63-66 MPH. The 2020 graduate is a must follow.

June 25-27, 2018 (NYS Games) 

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Positional Arm:

Cabrera ran a 9.01-60 yard dash on lasers, was measured at 75-MPH arm strength while showing an impressive 93-MPH exit velocity off a tee.  Starts with a wide stance with loose hands to his approach at the plate, strides on the pitch.  Barrel path is slightly uphill, loose and repeatable, producing impressive above average bat speed.  Defensively- fields behind the ball with a narrow stance, throws from a high 3/4-slot.  Pitching- average pace to his delivery, hands held high prior to driving towards home-plate, strides on the power line, releases from a high 3/4 slot over his front knee.  Fastball recorded at 73-75-MPH peaking at 77-MPH. 

Full frame at 6-foot-2 250 pounds. The right-handed hitting catcher ran an improved 8.30 60. Offensively- Sets up slightly open with hands just off/up back shoulder. Barrel tips towards the mound during load phase; improved lower half aggression then from October event. Varied swing length; fly ball-ground ball results. Exit velocity was up 5 MPH to 90 MPH. Defensively- Behind the plate Cabrera sets up in a square position; gains ground during transfer. Arm action stays short with limited carry. Arm strength peaked at 68 MPH with pop times ranging from 2.26-2.38. Will need to be more explosive with actions behind the plate.


Cabrera is a 6-foot-2 250-pound right handed hitting first baseman. Big, athletic frame. Ran a 8.66 60. Offensively- Stands tall, open stance. Double toe tap as loading mechanism. Extends well though the ball, power to pull side. Trouble hitting the opposite way, reaches and lunges, which results in roll-overs. Staying behind the ball better and letting his lower half be explosive will allow him to reach his ceiling in the power department.  Exit velocity of 85 MPH. Defensively- Uses size to advantage, presenting a visible target at 1B. Moves well and makes accurate throws to the bases. 70 MPH arm strength. Soft hands and serviceable footwork. Agility work will help in maneuvering around the bag. Potential to be a big time power hitter at the next level. 2020 grad with room to develop and improve game.


6-foot-2, 250-pounds, large frame. Long arm action, quick release, Suitable footwork for size, 77 mph arm-strength. In the box, low leg lift, strong hip transfer and rotation, shows power potential and consistent contact, 94 mph exit velo off a tee. Pitching - Large body size with big legs. Has good poise and technique for his size. Gets good drive on backside. Arm has good extension and take away is fluid.

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