Marc Stockhausen
Marc Stockhausen
Marc Stockhausen
Marc Stockhausen
Marc Stockhausen
Marc Stockhausen

CLASS OF 2019

3B
RHP

Marc
Stockhausen

Rockland CC
St. Raymonds (HS) • NY
6-0 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: GS Surge

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June 25-27, 2018 (NYS Games) 

60 Yard Dash:
8.32
Exit Velocity:
88
Positional Arm: 
83
6-foot-0, 175-pounds, well built frame/size. Stays behind the ball defensively, glove out in front, quick arm. Moves well laterally. Loose actions with 83 mph arm strength. In the box, loose and quick actions. Good tempo/rhythm. Level swing. Solid potential. Athletic finish. 88 mph exit velo.
Pitching:

Peak Fastball: 81
Fastball Range: 
77-79
CB/SL Range
66-69
Lean and athletic with loose arm action. Upper 3/4 release with good push down the mound. Repeats mechanics well and is consistent in the zone. Good upside.
Preseason - Downstate (February 21, 2018)
On the mound he uses a steady pace to his delivery, high knee lifts, long fluid arm swing with no restrictions, releases from a high 3/4 slot, fastball rides at 80 - 81 mph, has been up to 83 mph on the mound back in October, stays on top of the ball well with a long stride and fluid finish. Change up shows fastball hand speed with fade to the arm side, on the day his slider backed up mostly with gradual shape, more out in front on his release and the pitch will be swinging Miss potential.  In the Box, very loose and relaxed barrel path is slightly uphill with full extension, uses a leg kick for timing, lots of power projection 93 mph exit velocity off a tee. Defensively, works from the corner position with an active lower half, why bass field the ball out in front of his body, quick transfer from a high 3/4 slot, nice-looking position player on the rise in New York.
Last Chance Preview (November 18, 2017)
6-foot-0, 168-pounds with a lean athletic frame. Ran a 7.43 – 60, slightly faster than his previous timed 60 of 7.79 set in February 2017. Offensively- Righty sets up square to the pitcher with a wide stance showing little movement prior to pitch. Uses a solid trigger to get set for the pitch with quick hands to the zone showing an upward lift barrel path. Swing is clean and fluid demonstrating gap to gap potential. Recorded an exit velocity of 89 MPH, a 3 MPH improvement from a posted 86 MPH set in June of 2017. Defensively- Shows aggressive footwork to the baseball but could cut down steps needed to transition to crow hop. Shows an appropriate outfielder arm swing with a live arm. Recorded a positional arm velocity of 84 MPH, a 5 MPH improvement from his posted mark of 79 MPH set in June 2017. Pitching- Righty sets up in the middle of the rubber with fluid mechanics and a quick delivery. Shows good separation with body control down the mound setting himself up in a good throwing position upon foot strike. Utilizes a mid-3/4 arm slot with repeatable mechanics from the windup and stretch. Fastball was 80-82 MPH and peaked at 83 MPH showing arm side run. Change up was 70-72 MPH with  arm side sink. Curveball was 65-66 MPH showing sharp 12/6 action.
ENY All-Star Games (September 17, 2017)
Stockhausen stands in at 6-foot-0, 165-pounds with a lean athletic frame. Offensively- Righty sets up square to the pitcher with his feet outside his shoulders. Shows a slight knee bend with an upright torso holding the bat in front of the back shoulder using little pre-pitch bat movement. On pitch, his trigger is a knee raise into a step forward while his hands move back slightly into his hitting position. Quick hands to the hitting zone with an upward lift barrel path throughout into a high one-handed finish. Utilizes good lower body rotation getting whole frame involved in swing Demonstrated good plate coverage with good gap to gap power to all fields making solid contact during batting practice rounds. Recorded an exit velocity of 86 MPH, a 2 MPH improvement from his previous best measure of 84 MPH set in February 2017. Defensively- Good approach and footwork to the baseball. Crow hop mechanics were smooth gaining ground throughout the throw. Could throw more downhill to the intended target. Recorded a positional arm velocity of 79 MPH, tying his best mark set in June 2017. Pitching- Sets up on the left side of the rubber with a simple high leg raise above the hip crease. Breaks down well with good separation and loose arm action. Has a high ¾ release point with smooth, fluid mechanics. Utilizes whole body frame in pitching mechanics with a strong follow through. Fastball range was 78-79 MPH and peaked at 79 MPH with arm side run. Slider range was 74-75 MPH with tight breaking action. Splitter showed 65-68 MPH with downward sink but needs more work.
NY Games (June 25-27, 2017)
Sturdy 5-foot-11, 165-pound right-hander. Pitching - balanced, quick delivery, short arm action gives the perception of increased power on fastball with late movement at 75-76 MPH that touches 79 MPH, commands tight 12-to-6 curveball low in the zone at 67-68 MPH. Offensively - uses inner knee rotation out of an upright stance with extension after contact for an exit velocity of 82 MPH, keeps bat on level plane through the zone, further lower body engagement will add to power.
Winter Open (February 26, 2017)

Stockhausen stands in at 5-foot-11, 165- pounds with a lean athletic frame. Ran a 7.79 – 60, slightly improved from his recorded 7.81 in October 2016. Offensively- Righty sets up square to the pitcher with his feet at shoulder width. Shows a slight knee bend with an upright torso holding his hands just in front of the back shoulder using little pre-pitch bat movement. On pitch his trigger is a knee raise into a stride forward while his hands move back and down slightly to get into his hitting position. Utilizes good lower body rotation getting whole frame involved in the swing. Has quick hands to the hitting zone with a level bat path throughout into a high two handed finish. Demonstrated line drive ability up the middle and to the pull side during batting practice round. Recorded an exit velocity of 84 MPH, up from two recorded readings of 74 MPH (February 2016) and 78 MPH (October 2016). Defensively- Good approach to baseball. Could be more aggressive with his crow hop gaining ground towards the target. Good outfielder arm action but could be more downhill. Recorded a positional arm velocity of 74 MPH, just shy of his 78 MPH recording in October 2016. Pitching- Sets up in the middle of the rubber with a simple side step into a high knee raise above his hip crease. Has good separation with a loose arm releasing at a high ¾ arm slot. Mechanics are smooth and fluid with a strong follow through. Fastball runs well to the arm side and was consistent 78-81 MPH. Change up showed a good break down that was thrown consistently for a strike at 65-68 MPH. Slider came out up with little movement. Will get better with more work and was recorded at 65-66 MPH.

Downstate Preview (October 2, 2016)

Stockhausen, a 2019 corner infielder/pitcher, stands at 5-foot-10 and weighs a solid 158 pounds, he ran a  7.81 60. Offensively- Lower half begins with feet shoulder width apart, knees with a slight bend and weight centered. Hands start in front of the back shoulder, with the back elbow straight off the back shoulder and uses a pre-pitch bat wiggle to get ready. Initiates the launch phase of the swing with a slight lift of the front foot with minimal movement towards the pitcher. Hands stay idle during the front foot movement. Showed strength in driving the ball down the line to the pull side gap. Recorded a bat exit velocity of 78 MPH  and increase of 4 MPH from February’s event. Defensively- Strong-armed third-baseman that showed good agility and fluid movements to the ball. Pre-pitch movement is the traditional step hop. Receives the ball out in front of the body. Funnels the ball to the center of the body, transferring the ball from the center creating a shorter throwing action. Throws showed plus carry and good accuracy. Registered an arm velocity of 78 MPH from third base.   Pitching- Starts center rubber with hands held in front of the chest. Uses a drop step to first base, while the hands come down below the belt. Gets to the gathered position with the lead knee getting as high as the chest and hands getting back to chest height. Showed free and easy arm action, throwing from a mid-high ¾ arm slot. Fastball showed arm side run, and was able to get more action with the two seam fastball. Fastball top velocity of 78 MPH was an increase 3 MPH from February. During the intra squad game showed a willingness to attack the strike zone and challenge hitters. Curveball showed good depth and was tight with 11-to-5 spin. Curveball top velocity was registered at 65 MPH. Change-up showed good depth and solid spin as well, registering a to velocity of 64 MPH, a very good differential off the fastball.

Long Island Preseason Preview (Feb. 18, 2016)
A young, athletic, 2019 grad standing at 5-foot-10 and 150lbs that showed some promise for the years to come. Offensively- Hits from a strong athletic base generating good bat speed with the lower half. Hands start slightly above the back shoulder and get into a strong launch position. Gets the front foot down and keeps the hands behind the rotation of the hips consistently, generating an exit velocity of 74 MPH. Ran a 4.79 from home to first. Defensively-Used good pre-pitch movement to approach the ball  aggressively but under control. Transfer can be a bit quicker and more efficient which will improve the registered 72 MPH arm velocity. Pitching- Gets good extension with the back leg, generating good arm speed. Fastball showed some promise sitting at 73-74 and topping out at 75 MPH. Curveball was a bit inconsistent and backed up a bit, as the tempo of the delivery was a bit slower. With an adjustment of tempo and not wrapping the wrist, should show more consistent break and velocity. Curveball topped out at 55 MPH.  Change-up showed more promise, as the tempo and delivery were much more consistent. The pitch showed good depth and arm side run and good differential off the fastball topping out at 64 MPH. 
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