Trevor Henneman
Trevor Henneman
Trevor Henneman
Trevor Henneman
Trevor Henneman
Trevor Henneman

CLASS OF 2018

C
1B

Trevor
Henneman

Canisius
Corning (HS) • NY
6-0 • 225LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Northeast Twins

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May 2018
Big physical catcher - 6-foot 225 pounds.  On this night, Henneman (R/R) was 1 for 2, 1 RBI, BB, and HP.  On base 3 times, Henneman stole second base twice showing great speed for his size.  Behind the plate he handled a sweeping curve from Bardo very well.
 
May 2018
Handled Limoncelli of Horseheads with ease, soft hands with some lateral quickness, pop times in between innings were 2.06 with signs of arm-strength. In the box, took an 89 mph fastball 380 plus feet over the right-center field fence showing high-level bat-speed and strength. Headed to Canisius College next year and he will make an impact right away.
 
NY Games (June 25-27, 2017)
Solidly-built 6-foot, 225-pound catcher who is a veteran of PBR events, ran a 7.41/60. Offensively - open stance with pronounced upper cut, uses inner knee rotation for gap power with an exit velocity of 85 MPH, makes consistent barrel contact, with full extension after contact, concentrating on counter rotation between upper and lower torso will produce gains.  Defensively  - fundamentally sound base, effortless transfer from the receiving process into throwing motion, accurate arm with a velocity of 78 MPH and POP time of 1.94-2.03.
NY All-Star Games (September 17, 2016)
 Full bodied catcher at 6-foot-0, 210 pounds, 60 time was 7.38. Offensively-  Sets up in a spread stance with weight posted up over back leg; tips barrel towards the mound, cocking back to a loaded position. Strong lower half with some upwards tilt in his swing path. Stays through the middle of the field and flashed some pop to his pull side. Exit velocity was 89 MPH. Less of a bat tip to the mound may free up swing path some into the zone. Middle of the order projection. Defensively- Athletic setup; soft receiver with a barrel chest target for blocking. Exchange is in-sync with transfer and release; gaining positive ground with a strong, over the top throw that stays on-line. 75 MPH arm strength as he continues to flash sub 2.0 pop times with a best of 1.96 at the event.

PBR Futures Games (August 2-4, 2016)
 Henneman is a physically built 6-foot 210-pound catcher/1B. Played 1B at the event. Ran a 7.46 60. Offensively- wide stance with bat wrapped around his head. Quiet in approach to the baseball. Uses a very small stride to start swing. Power is generated through hips and quick hands. Short stroke to the ball. 91 mph exit velo. Defensively- Raw at 1B. Choppy feet and average hands, but is primarily a catcher. Short arm action with accurate throws at 79 mph. 
New York Games (June 27-29, 2016)
 Henneman stands a powerful 6-foot-0, 210-pounds with above average athleticism evidenced by his 6.89 60-time. Offensively- Setup is wide with a high elbow, loose hands. Strong compact hands that power to the ball from a short path, barrel plane is slightly inclined, full extension. Power to all fields with an exit velocity of 91 mph (has been up to 92 MPH) Defensively- Big thick target from behind the plate, moves athletically for the position, receives clean, transfer is fluid, high-3/4 arm slot with 76 mph arm strength. Possible move to the corner at the next-level, bat is premium.
WNY All-Star Games  (Aug 27, 2015)
Stands at 6-foot-20, 205 pounds, with wide thick shoulder and an athletic body build.  He ran a 4.50 Home to 1st from the right-hand side. Defensively- As a catcher, he receives the ball with smooth, soft hands and has a clean transfer.  His arm was very accurate to second base.  He blocks the ball nicely and keeps everything in front of him.  His pop times improved and were consistently at 2.00 down to second base.  His arm strength was at 76 MPH.  He will project to show better times as he continues to mature. Offensively- At the plate, he swings a big stick from the right side.  His setup is relaxed and balanced, short stride, with a back load.   His hands are very compact and strong, swinging on a level plane through the ball, with a high finish through the ball with nice extension.  He shows bat-speed and strength combo. His exit velocity was 85 MPH.  He is a very young catcher who shows a lot of potential to progress to the next level in college.

Future Games (July 7-9, 2015)
Has great size behind the plate standing 6-foot-2, wide thick shoulders, wide base. Defensively-Receives ball clean with big target. Pop-times 2.02 with accurate quick release from a 75 mph arm, signs of better times as matures. Offensively- Swings a big stick from the right side, 92 mph exit velocity from a short-compact swing showing bat-speed and strength combo. Ran extremely well for catcher and player his size 6.89 60 yard-dash. Big-time player to follow.
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