Noah Marshall
Noah Marshall
Noah Marshall
Noah Marshall
Noah Marshall




Amsterdam (HS) • NY
6-0 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Hayners Barnstormers


2022 National

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Physical: Durable, well-proportioned 6-foot, 180lb frame with strength found in the lower half on the bump. 

Pitching: RHP - The righty started off the middle of the rubber using a repeatable operation in the delivery; gained momentum throughout, getting to a balanced stack position and driving connected into footstrike. Athletic strike-thrower that repeated well, landing strikes from H ¾ slot early in counts. The FB ranged from 80-81 mph with heavy action into the zone, working consistently to the arm-side. Mixed a horizontal 70-72 mph SL that held plane across the plate spinning up to around 1950rpms. Then added a 75-76 mph sinker that could generate groundball contact at the bottom of the zone (50% strike rate via Trackman).


Physical: 5-foot-9, 165 pounds; Lean, athletic build. 

Pitching: Builds momentum with a fundamental balanced delivery accelerating through a repeatable release point. Long, loose arm action to a natural 3/4 release. FB: T 81MPH, 80-81 MPH. Commands in the zone with an average spin of 1948 RPM, 14.3 inches of vertical ride and 7.6 inches of arm side run. CB: 72-74 MPH. Late, tight slurve action with a 9:15 tilt; good spin averaging 2229 RPM and 6.3 inches of horizontal movement and peaking at 11/5 inches. SL: 72-73 MPH. Good hand speed with 15.2 inches of arm side fade. CH: 74-75 MPH.


5-foot-9, 165-pound, smaller, wiry strong athletic frame, with room for future advancement. A right-handed pitcher, delivery has tempo, building momentum down the mound, small forward lean, direction is inline. The lift is athletic, coil to it, arm action is super clean, whippy and works with minimal effort, showing hand speed from the side view. The fastball touched 81 mph, with arm side run to it, located to both sides of the plate. The changeup is a legit pitch, comes out of the hand looking like a fastball, multiple swings and misses with weak contact. The breaking ball has correct shape and spin to it, slurve break at times, reached 70 mph. Look for the frame to fill out, velocity should climb, good looking projectable arm.


Physical: 5-foot-9, 165-pounds. Lean, athletic frame; 4.73 home-to-1B.
Offensively: RHH. Athletic stance with an even base, weight sits on his back leg, hands start above his shoulders, uses a small bat waggle and a medium stride for timing Swing works on an uphill plane, barrel is direct to the ball and gets through the zone quickly, finishes high with two hands. Strong contact from gap to gap. 73 MPH raw exit velocity.
Defensively: Starts low and shows his glove early, choppy, consistent footwork, fields the ball slightly off-center in the middle of his body and funnels the ball into his stomach. Long arm swing with a 3/4 arm slot.  INF - 76 MPH.
Pitching: Controlled pace, fundamental mechanics with a balanced, repeatable delivery. Long, loose arm action to a 3/4 release.
FB: T81, 76-78 MPH. Commands in the zone.
CB: 68-70 MPH. Sharp 11-5 break; shows depth.
CH: 74-76 MPH. Maintains hands speed with arm side run.


Marshall is a projectable right handed pitcher that stands in at 5-foot-9, 165 pounds. Marshall displayed a repeatable balanced delivery with a projectable arm. Marshall works downhill from a balanced backside and a slight shoulder tilt. Lived at the knees during live game action with a FB peaking at 77 MPH. CB has tight late break down in the zone at 65-68 MPH. The 2022 RHP is a must follow as he continues to develop. 

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