Noah Joly
Noah Joly
Noah Joly
Noah Joly
Noah Joly
Noah Joly
Noah Joly




Saratoga Springs (HS) • NY
5-10 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Tri-City Bombers 17/18u Showcase - Jersey #33


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Physical: Strong, advanced 5-foot-10, 180lb frame with connection throughout. 7.38 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH - Wide, even stance with the hands starting loosely at the shoulder to begin; utilized a leg lift up/down, initiating the bat head through a slightly uphill path into the hitting zone. Stayed over the backside on the barrel turn, shifting through impact at extension as he used proper sequence down the chain. Loud results when finding contact points at the front of the plate en route to a T94 mph bat-exit velocity via Trackman (46% hard hit rate during his round). Notched easy doubles power to both fields and occasional home run juice when lifting and creating backspin (360 foot batted ball, 36% fly ball rate). No-brainer middle of the order bat who is only going to get better. 

Defensively: The primary third baseman moved well laterally in either direction at a medium posture, presenting the glove hand early and on time off the toes. Fielded cleanly and softly out in front, yielding good momentum and a quick, H ¾ slot at release (78 mph arm, more available). Showed off good pace during defensive evals and beat the ball to the spot with intent to create good angles.


Physical: Strong, compact 5-foot-10, 180-pound frame with strength in the lower half. 7.50 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH - The righty started from a balanced, even setup with the torso positioned over the plate to begin, utilized a leg lift stride in order to unleash a high intent, flat barrel path into the hitting zone. Was all over pitches out over the plate delivering the bat head with a purpose when getting extended in the arms. Recorded a peak bat-exit velocity of 91 mph per Trackman Baseball while consistently driving the ball hard to the LCF gap during his batting practice round (349 foot maximum batted ball distance). A 64% fly ball rate played admirably into his desired approach, generating plenty of backspin on pitches in all quadrants. 

Defensively: The primary backstop flashed solid defensive abilities with trust in the glove hand from multiple techniques (traditional, one-knee down [LKD]). Pop times ranged from 2.00-2.11 with quick straight line footwork, letting the rhythm of the pitch take him to the release spot from a short, high ¾ slot. Strong arm on target with consistency while holding low posture (76 mph). Good blocker using down chest angles and creating soft walls laterally on either side of the plate; recovery ability .. The third baseman played low to the ground working right to left at the fielding window. A soft glove hand was smooth off the front of the toes; accurate high ¾ slot (83 mph) with carry across the diamond. Can make every play, if he wasn’t such a good catcher, he could start immediately as a third baseman.. Positional flexibility is there.


Physical: 5-foot-10, 180 pounds; strong lower half, muscular frame. 7.46 runner in the 60.
Offensively: RHH. Feet just past shoulder width, keeps his hands low with an upright bat; big leg kick with some wiggle in the bat, slams foot down and initiate swing. Strong actions out of the lower half, thrusts weight forward from a powerful back side with an uphill swing path with quickness and power in the hands, shows good control of the barrel. Displayed some juice in the swing, hitting some hard fly balls to center and left field; peak Trackman exit velocity of 89 MPH.
Defensively: C/SS: Sits up just a little from the crouch, tall stance / stays low to the ground with shoulder width feet; C/SS: strong to come out of the crouch, moves to the target well / moves well to the ball with confidence, stays low throughout. C/SS: Worked up through the ball well, soft hands taking the ball back to his chest with a clean transfer / fields out in front with average hands, transfer the ball well; C/SS: Short take back out of the glove, throws from a 3/4 slot with good arm and shoulder speed / throws from a 3/4 slow with exceptional hand speed. 2.07-2.19 pop times. C - 73 MPH. INF - 82 MPH. 


Physical: 5-foot-10, 175 pounds; athletic build with strong lower half. 7.69 runner in the 60.
Offensively: RHH. Upright stance; feet wide and even with knees pinched and hands start in front of the shoulder; gains some ground with a leg lift while hands go straight back. gets into his legs with aggressive effort while staying behind the ball with quick into the zone producing 21 G's rotational acceleration with 74 mph bat speed while staying on plane at 71% efficiency.  Consistent hard contact with natural lift and pop through the middle and pull side; peak Trackman exit velocity of 89 MPH.
Defensively: Balanced wide base; athletic straight line footwork. confident glove to seamless transfers; short, quick release with carry to the target. 2.06-2.13 pop times. C - 75 MPH. 


Physical: 5-foot-10, 175-pounds. Strong frame, projectable build; 4.79 home-to-1B.
Offensively: RHH. Tall stance, back slightly bent, hands shoulder high out in front of the body, leg kick leading into basic load action, uses strong lower half to drive the ball Flat barrel path, strong hands at the point of contact, hands out in front, strong lower half. Consistent hard contact pull-side and middle of the field. 84 MPH raw exit velocity.
Defensively: 2.05-2.15 pop times. INF: funnels ball into stomach; choppy footwork laterally; good backhand and recover; fields the ball low C: solid framework, above average footwork and ball transition, accurate throws glove side to second base. INF: medium arm swing; 3/4 arm slot C: medium arm swing, low 3/4 slot. C - 73 MPH. INF - 79 MPH. 


Strong frame 5-foot-11 170 pounds. Offensively-Stands in the box. Tall stance. Loose hands away from his body. Feet shoulder width apart. Short stride towards the pitcher. Handsy actions through the hitting zone. Quick hands. Has an inside out swing. Good use of lower half. Stays balanced throughout his swing. Top exit velocity 76 MPH. Defensively-  Sits in an upright position. Catches the ball at the center of the body. Smooth transition. Above average release. Throws have some carry. Top velocity on his throw 67 MPH.

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