Matthew Procopio
Matthew Procopio
Matthew Procopio
Matthew Procopio
Matthew Procopio
Matthew Procopio
Matthew Procopio
Matthew Procopio
Matthew Procopio
Matthew Procopio
Matthew Procopio




Horseheads (HS) • NY
6-1 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Seneca All-Stars


2022 National

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Physical: Strong, athletic 6-foot-1, 180lb frame with durability carried in the actions and feel for the game. 7.06 runner in the 60-yard dash and Niagara County CC commit. 

Offensively: RHH - Bent, crouched stance as the hands operated high by the head to start. Utilized a leg lift stride to initiate a loud, flat path into the hitting zone, lifting after impact. Produced an easy 46% line drive / 36% fly ball rate split with ability to keep the ball off the ground and backspinning to the middle of the field. Notched a T92 mph bat-exit velocity (via Trackman) with extra-base hit juice up to near 340 foot batted ball distance during his BP round. Middle of the order presence with a mature approach and connected movements in the box. Doesn’t get cheated, attacking FB’s and ambushing in advantage counts in a middle of the order type skillset.

 Defensively: The primary third baseman showcased a hop in the “prep step” getting to a bent, low-postured position at the fielding window. Choppy feet before fielding, working right-left and presenting the glove accurately out in front, on-time. Held pace and momentum to the target, releasing from a fluid, H ¾ slot across the diamond (82 mph arm strength, above-average defender qualities). Day-one starter potential at the next level.


Physical: Strong, athletic 6-foot-1, 180-pound frame with obvious feel for his body in all phases of the game. 7.16 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH - The righty started from a bent, balanced stance with the hands starting at a low position at a 45 degree angle. Utilized a leg lift stride while staying well-connected over the backside, as the barrel turned through a slight uphill attack into the hitting zone. Showcased some loft present in the swing evidenced by a 46% fly ball rate; peppered the LCF gap en route to a 91 mph peak bat-exit velocity per Trackman Baseball. A 73% on-plane efficiency suggests the bat to ball skills play at an above-average level, which means a 23.4 mph hand speed should turn around high velocity at a good rate. 

Defensively: The primary third baseman featured advanced feel for the feet with gliding actions at the hot corner. Ranged well in either direction, staying low to the ground with supreme confidence in the glove hand. Beat the ball to the spot with down chest angles; accurate 79 mph arm strength across with room for more.


Physical: 6-foot-1, 180 pounds; strong lower half with a lanky upper half. 7.16 runner in the 60.
Offensively: RHH. Wide feet and a slightly rotated torso that effectively loads up his upper body; shifts weight to back foot and propels back off of it. Good effort from the lower half, moves consistently and on time with low effort swing path that allows him to stay connected allowing his swing to look effortless. Hit the ball well to the left side of the field, lifted it deep to left field; peak Trackman exit velocity of 85 MPH.
Defensively: Keeps his feet moving into his position, stays light on his feet; Chops his feet and gets to the ball quickly. Fields under himself, bending at the waist to make the play; long, wrapping arm action with good hand speed through throwing window, 3/4 slot. INF - 80 MPH.


Physical: Lean projectable frame. 7.3 runner in the 60.

Offensively: RHH. Wide stance with feet even and hands back and up; knee knock stride with a quiet load of the hands. balanced staying behind the ball with strong effort with quick to the ball getting on plane early and staying on plane with 72% efficiency to a high 1 hand finish.  Consistent hard contact with gap to gap pop; peak Trackman exit velocity of 90 MPH.

Defensively: Uses prep step; quick, athletic foot work with lateral range. Soft glove with a quick transfer; short arm action with ability to vary release with the play.  INF - 78 MPH.


Physical: 6-foot-1, 175-pounds. Long, projectable frame. 6.95 runner in the 60; 4.45 home-to-1B.
Offensively: RHH. Crouched stance with bent knees, wide base, hands out in front of shoulders level with shoulders, brings his hands back along with a small stride Gets through the zone quickly, good extension after the point of contact, finishes high with one hand. Up the middle approach. 89 MPH raw exit velocity.
Defensively:  Starts and stays low on approach, uses clean, consistent footwork to field the ball out in front of his body, good lateral movements. Long arm swing with an over the top slot.  INF - 79 MPH. 


Has a projectable lean athletic frame at 6-foot-1,175 pounds. Ran a 7.28 in the 60 yard dash. Offensively- The right handed hitter stands in the box with feet shoulder width apart. Most of the weight is on his backside.  Has a quick direct path to the baseball. Displayed a flat bat path throughout the hitting zone. Gets good use of the lower half. Stays balanced throughout his swing. Finishes with one hand follow through. The top exit velocity was 85 MPH. Defensively- Showed active footwork. Moves well laterally. Gets himself in a good position before fielding the baseball. Shows smooth funnel actions. Throws from a mid ¾ arm slot. Low effort delivery. The top throwing velocity across the diamond was 77 MPH. The 2022 graduate is a must follow going forward.


A lean 6-foot-0, 175 pounds projectable frame. Ran a 7.35 60 yard dash. Offensively- Stands in the box in a tall stance with a slight bend in the knees. Simple load, short stride towards the pitcher. Quick bat path into the hitting zone with easy pop. Balanced throughout the swing. Additional strength and development will only help the already sound hitting freshman. Displayed consistent hard contact during the hitting portion. Exit velocity was 86 MPH. Defensively- DIsplayed soft hands and bounce to his step during the infield portion. Moves well laterally and quick ¾ release on throws across the diamond. Top velocity was 75 MPH. The 2022 graduate can play any of the infield positions. The projectable frame and good actions make him a must follow going forward.


Campus Series St. Bonaventure (July, 31 2018)
Stands 5-foot-11, 150-pounds from a lean athletic build, frame projects out. Slightly open stance in the box, high back elbow, short and direct to the ball, mostly level barrel through contact, fluid with rhythm with 77 mph exit velo with more to come.  At SS uses a very active lower half, clean actions, glove is soft, quick funnel, fields out in front, smooth, next level defender with a frame to build on. Throws from a high 3/4 slot at 70 mph with more left in the tank. Young prospect to keep an eye on.

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