Nolan Dils
Nolan Dils
Nolan Dils
Nolan Dils

CLASS OF 2019

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Nolan
Dils

Shaker (HS) • NY
5-9 • 180LBS • L/R
Travel Team: NY Devilcats

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2019 National

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8/19/18

5-foot-9, 180-pound left-handed hitting catcher. Ran a 4.91 down the line on his dig to first base at the event. The receiving is solid, moves well behind the plate, and the glove is soft. Threw 70 mph down to second base. The pop time is 2.13. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 82 mph, the hands work freely. The setup is even in base, small toe tap for timing as the ball approaches. The path is flat, length to contact. The hands work freely and produce better contact when he stays in the middle of the field.


7/18/18

5-foot-9, 180-pound left-handed hitting catcher. Threw 70 mph from behind the dish at the workout. Pop time of 2.11 as the feet need to continue to improve as he matures. The arm strength is there, needs to shorten up the throwing path. The receiving is solid and he shows the ability to block and catch softly. Ran a 5.1 down the line on his dig to first base. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 82 mph. The setup is even in base, uses a toe tap for timing. The path is flat to the ball, hammered a ball to center in the game. At times he gets to the front foot too soon, needs to stay in his legs during the swing.

 
 
 
6/26/2018

5-foot-9 ,180-pound left-handed hitting catcher.  Threw 74 mph from behind the dish with a pop time of 2.06. The feet can be quickened and the arm strength can improve. Showed accuracy in his throws during the workout. The receiving is trending up, securing the catch and gaining flexibility behind the dish are imperative. Ran a 4.9 down the line on his dig to first base. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 78 mph. The set up is wide in base, the hands work freely. There is a small forward lean as he begins the swing, getting him to his front foot to soon. The path is long and flat to the ball. Needs to stay in his legs and spread the field to become a more productive offensive player.

 
NY Games (June 25-27, 2017)
 5-foot-8, 165-pound catcher, ran an 8.38/60. Offensively - uses inner knee rotation and brings bat through the zone on level path at an exit velocity of 78 MPH, comfortable driving to middle third of the field, gets full extension after contact, will benefit from lower body engagement. Defensively - sure glove, with quick transfer to throwing hand, position velocity of 69 MPH and POP time of 2.10-2.22, consistent release point will improve accuracy. 
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