Justin Swavely
Justin Swavely
Justin Swavely
Justin Swavely




Brockport State
Rome Free Academy (HS) • NY
5-11 • 200LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Rome Smith Post Legion


2020 National

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A physical 5-foot-11, 200 pounds. Pitching- The right handed pitcher has a strong lower base. Smooth hand separation from a strong balanced backside. Keeps the front side close. Good command of FB (78 MPH) with late life, CB has early break and ranged from 64-66 MPH. The 2020 graduate has the tools and body to follow going forward.

Last Chance Preview - Long Island (October 8, 2018)


Projectable frame with strong build at 5-foot-11, 190-pounds. Offensively – Wide set-up with feet squared to pitcher. Weight starts on backside before getting into slight crouch during forward stride. Hands work down and up thru the baseball. Swing shows consistent lift with high, 2-handed finish. Showed a feel for finding barrel and made contact out in front of the plate. Defensively – Deliberate, balanced actions in the OF. Keeps feet underneath him while tracking the ball. Short, choppy strides. Long arm action with over the top release point. Side shuffle to create momentum on throws. Pitching – Maintained same repeatable delivery that we saw on previous look. Keeps balance throughout. Works downhill and creates leverage with strong lower half. Ball gets high and works back towards 2B after hand break. Loose arm action with constant bend in elbow. Keeps momentum behind ball at release. Attacked hitters with steady mix and showed some pitchability.


Athletic frame with proportional build. 5-foot-11, 190-pounds. Pitching – Simple, repeatable delivery with a deliberate tempo. Tall, balanced leg lift with slight crouch over front knee. Stays tall on backside while getting into short forward stride. Cross action landing. Glove side stays tight. Short, compact arm action after hand break. High ¾ release with with quick hand speed out front at finish. Consistent extension over firm front leg. Filled up zone with 3-pitch mix.

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