Scott Ennist Jr.
Scott Ennist Jr.
Scott Ennist Jr.
Scott Ennist Jr.
Scott Ennist Jr.
Scott Ennist Jr.

CLASS OF 2022

OF
RHP

Scott
Ennist Jr.

FDR (HS) • NY
6-0 • 190LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Taconic Rangers
2022 National

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6/28/21

Physical: Strong, athletic 6-foot, 190lb frame with obvious physicality traits in his game. 7.72 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH - Upright, narrow stance as the hands showed up/down start at the chest. Utilized a leg lift directionally out towards the pitcher, initiating the bat head through a flat path into the hitting zone. Recorded a mostly middle of the field, hard contact round of BP (29% line drive rate via Trackman) with good feel for the barrel. Notched a T92 mph bat-exit velocity and 348 foot batted ball distance, bursting on the inner half with tight, quick turns and noticeable connection in the lower half. Could backspin the ball when getting pitched above the belt, creating doubles power and damage to the pull-side gap. Middle of the order consideration at the next level with a confident approach. 

Defensively: The primary outfielder stayed down over the toes with the momentum as a soft glove hand funneled inward at the chest. Solid pace and released accurately from a H ¾ slot with some length in the arm-swing (81 mph arm). Smooth operation with solid reads off the bat, ranging in either direction using a low posture when throwing, getting into the legs. 

Pitching: RHP - Started off the middle of the rubber with momentum-gaining pace in the delivery, speeding up after the stack position (medium, slight hip coil) with athleticism down the slope and a quick arm at ¾ height. The FB pounded the zone at 78-80 mph, living down around the knees at 1792 rpms. Mixed a sweeping 67-69 mph SL as the strikeout offering, grabbing up to 11 inches of HM at its peak.


7/06/20

Physical: Strong, athletic 6-foot, 180-pound frame with power rooted in a physical lower half. 7.34 runner in the 60-yard dash.

Offensively: RHH. Easy/balanced slightly open stance with the hands starting high at the ear with slight rhythm. Utilized a controlled leg hang coupled with a launch from the shoulder to initiate a violent, slightly uphill barrel path into the hitting zone. Generated plenty of fluidity through contact creating natural backspin to the pull-side gap and present home run power when catching the ball just right in front of the plate. Showcased sink into an advanced lower half with ability to stay on the offspeed pitch in game. Recorded a top of 92 mph bat-exit velocity per Trackman Baseball and a max bat speed of 73.5 mph according to Blast Baseball. Should profile as a potential middle of the order bat down the line with a high ceiling offensively. 

Defensively: The primary outfielder showcased adequate footwork arriving with plenty of momentum to the fielding window and getting downhill towards the target. Was able to use the “banana route” concept on balls hit in the gap and demonstrated a quick first step at his position. Featured an accurate throwing arm out of a high ¾ slot with occasional crossfire and quality extension on the front end. OF - 77 mph 

Pitching: Moderate tempo in the delivery with intent out of the stack using solid leg drive and hip shoulder separation allowing the arm to work quickly through a high ¾ slot with slight crossfire. The fastball played at 76-78 mph in the zone with a max of 1980 spin per Trackman Baseball. Mixed in an adequate 67-69 mph SL with small horizontal movement and countered with a 71-72 mph CH thrown at near fastball arm speed.


2/15/20


Physical: 6-foot-0, 180-pounds. Strong lean frame; athletic build.
Run: 7.62 runner in the 60.
Hit: RHH. Athletic stance, hands start high at the back of his head then drop a little during his load; rocks to backside then strides out. Swings with big upward action to cause lift on the ball; high one-handed finish; consistent contacts.
Power: 87 MPH raw exit velocity. big pop to the middle of the field/pull side gap; hard contact.
Defense: Attacks the ball with controlled steps; uses the pro step with hard line drive throws to target; fields the ball on outside foot.
Arm: 3/4 arm slot; long arm swing . OF - 80 MPH.

Pitching Delivery: Builds momentum with high leg lift, stays in line with aggressive finish on a firm front side.
Arm Action: Long arm swing down and back out of the glove, releases at high 3/4 slot.
FB: T77, 74-77 MPH. Located in the zone with tail.
CB: 65-68 MPH. 11-5 shape with late sharp break.
CH: 66-69 MPH. Maintains hand speed, ball cuts through the zone.

6/25/19

Ran a 7.53 in the 60 yard dash. Offensively- The right handed hitter stands in the box in a tall stance. Shows fast twitch actions. Has the elbow up before attacking the hitting zone. Shows a short compact swing. Projects to be a contact type hitter at the next level. Stays balanced throughout his swing . Has a lot left in the tank. Top exit velocity was 82 MPH. Defensively- As an outfielder, has an aggressive approach to the baseball. Has fast twitch actions in the outfield with a quick exchange and throws from a high ¾ arm slot. Top throwing velocity was 78 MPH. The 2022 graduate has tons of upside and is a must follow as he continues to develop.

6/16/19

5-foot-11, 170-pound, average athletic frame. The shoulders are squared off, well proportioned, good strength throughout. A two-way player, at the plate hits from the right side. The stance is even based, hands are loose at the shoulders. The lower half is under control, short simple stride. The swing is short and crisp, quick to contact, stays through it, spraying it from gap to gap. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 81 mph and ran a 7.84 sixty-yard dash. From the outfield, longer arm path, works from a higher slot. The feet are clean, gains ground, throws are on target. Off the mound, hands start and stay low, arm action is longer and clean, working from a 3/4 slot. Located fastball down in the zone, clocked at 75-76 mph. Breaking ball was clocked at 63-64 mph, proper spin and shape to it. Look for him to take off over the next year. 

Tee Exit Velocity: 81 mph

Arm Velocity: 78 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.84 

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