Vincent Mauro
Vincent Mauro
Vincent Mauro
Vincent Mauro
Vincent Mauro




Canisius (HS) • NY
6-0 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Jr. Thunderwolves


2021 National

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Physical: 6-foot-0, 180 pounds; athletic frame with room for added weight. 7.45 runner in the 60.

 Offensively: RHH. Upright, relaxed stance; uses a toe tap and small stride for timing. Aggressive with quick hands to the ball, finishes uphill.  Consistently found the barrel for loud contact in the air; peak Trackman exit velocity of 97 MPH.

 Defensively: Starts with a low and wide base; Stays low and waits for the ball, moves well to his glove side. smooth hands, clean transfer; medium arm swing and a 3/4 arm slot.   INF - 80 MPH.


Physical: 6-foot-0, 180-pounds. Tall, projectable frame.
Hit: RHH. High hands with an upright stance, open stance, narrow base, keeps hands high on load along with a medium stride to the pitcher Barrel is quick and direct to the ball, consistently finds the barrel, good extension through contact, finishes high with one hand.
Power: 91 MPH raw exit velocity. Pull side power potential.
Defense: Starts with feet offset, gets low on approach, concise footwork, fields the ball working ground up on his arm foot, shuffles and taps ball into glove before release.
Arm: Short arm swing with a low 3/4 slot. INF - 83 MPH.


Demonstrated advanced feel for an athletic 6-foot, 175-pound frame with present strength and room to add as he matures. The right-handed hitter begins from a tall, even setup utilizing a lift-and-replace stride with present sink to initiate his swing. Quick hands and a strong lower-half generate slight barrel whip through the zone allowing for an 86 mph bat-exit velocity during batting practice. Showed solid barrel awareness with a feel for a short, easy swing yielding repeatability. The primary middle infielder showcased athleticism and a low center of gravity to create range to both sides and feet that arrived on time to the baseball. A whippy 81 mph arm-strength across the infield featured some carry and will allow for a stay on the left side of the infield in the future. The right-handed pitcher sat 77-80 mph with small natural cut out of a fluid, high ¾ arm-slot with hip swivel. Mixed in a 66-68 mph, 11/5 curveball thrown out of a similar arm-window. Commanded 63-65 mph knuckleballs showing slight wiggle back and forth.


Lean, projectable frame at 5-foot-11, 165-pounds. Ran a 7.92 60 yard dash. Offensively – Wide, balanced set-up with feet square to the pitcher. Shifts weight into back hip before getting into a toe-tap. Flashed a compact swing and kept hands inside of the ball consistently. Level barrel path thru the zone. Loose hitting actions with high finish. Projects to hit for more power with added strength. Exit velocity was 76 MPH. Defensively – Balanced, mechanically sound fielding actions. Receives the ball in the center of his body with a wide base. Stays under control while moving laterally. Funnels quickly into throws. Long, loose arm action from low ¾ slot. Arm strength was 74 MPH.


Stands 5-foot-11, 165-pounds, wiry build with signs of more strength gains to come. At the plate his lower half is wide, slight toe tap for timing, hands are short to the ball, barrel is on an uphil path, exit velo was 81 mph and there's more to come. Defensively, get's right behind the ball with his body from a wide stance, very direct, clean open glove with a quick release (75 mph arm-strenght). Pitching - simple mechanics, high knee lift, arm-action is longer and clean, releases from a high 3/4 slot, short stride (would benefit from a longer front leg stride/landing). FB peaked 75 mph. Young 2021 to keep an eye on.

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