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Seton Catholic Central (HS) • NY
6' 2" • 220LBS
R/R • 24yr 5mo
Travel Team: Grow2Pro/Grays/Southern Tier Thunder/Stealin' Home


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April 2018
Vaughn was 2 for 3 against Vestal with a run scored. He made two nice plays on grounders between 1st and 2nd, coming of the bag hard to make a single saving grab on one of them. At 6’2” 220 pounds, Mason (R/R) will play the corners at the next level and is comfortable at both 1st and 3rd.  When not on the corners, Mason is in the starting pitcher rotation for the 2017 Class B state semifinalists.

NY Games (June 25-27, 2017)

Burly 6-foot-2, 215-pound first baseman with plenty of untapped strength, ran a 7.32/60. Offensively - effective load, keeps hands back, brings bat through on level path, gets full extension after contact , plenty of signs of bat-speed and strength, uses inner knee rotation to generate power, open may diminish strength. Defensively - sure hands, smooth transfer, economic use of footwork, accurate arm with a velocity of 74 MPH.

NY All-Star Games (September 17, 2016)
Vaughan stands in at 6-foot-2, 215-pounds with a thick power athletic frame. Ran a 7.4 – 60, tying his previous recorded time set in January 2016. Offensively- Sets up square to the pitcher with his feet outside his shoulders. Knees are bent slightly with his torso bent into the hitting zone while his hands are held just above the back shoulder. Very little movement pre-pitch. On pitch his trigger is a quiet step forward with his hands moving back into a good hitting position. Quick hands into the hitting zone with good upward action throughout into a high one handed finish. Displays gap to gap power potential with swing plane and strength. Lower body rotation is short and needs to be quicker and more aggressive. Will add more power into swing and put more of his powerful frame into creating torque for the swing. Recorded an exit velocity of 88 mph, a 3 mph improvement from January 2016. Defensively- Good footwork getting to baseball. Approach could be lower with his glove more out in front and top hand protecting a bad hop. Transition is good to throwing hand and moves well on the run. Recorded a positional velocity of 76 mph, a 2 mph improvement from January 2016. Corner infield; middle of the order run producing projection at the next level.
NY State Open ID (January 31, 2016)
M ason is a well put together 6-foot-2 210 pound infielder who ran a 7.40 60 and 4.43  home-to-1B. Offensively- Mason starts in an athletic, spread stance with hands just inside his back shoulder. Rocks back with his weight, triggering a heel lift and later load of the hands back. Stays behind the ball well with an aggressive lower half. Short stroke into the zone, with some locking out of the front side limiting his extension/weight transfer. Big strong 2018 who bruises the ball when he swings. Line drives with some gap contact. Exit velocity checked in at a respectable 85 MPH. Defensively- Mason moves well for his size. Listed as a SS, he'll most likely see more time at the corners down the road due to size, mobility and offensive ability. Starts in an upright position with proper angles to the ball. Footwork can seem a bit methodical but it is in order. Stands up with an over the top release. Arm strength checked in at 74 MPH across the diamond.

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