Zach Konopka
Zach Konopka
Zach Konopka
Zach Konopka
Zach Konopka




Susquehanna University
CBA-Albany (HS) • NY
6-5 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Northeast Pride


2020 National

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A tall wiry frame at 6-foot-5,180 pounds. Pitching- The RHP displayed a repeatable delivery and a projectable arm. The RHP displayed a low effort delivery and throws from a mid ¾ arm slot. Takes his time to gather himself from a balanced back side. From a high knee lift.  FB has late life and peaked at 77 MPH. FB ranged from 75-77 MPH. CB ranged from 68-69 MPH. The 2020 graduate will only continue to increase his measurables as he continues to strengthen and develop.

June 25-27, 2018 (NYS Games) 

60 Yard Dash:
Exit Velocity:
Positional Arm:

Well built frame at 6-foot-3, 170-pounds, more size projection. Fields from a wide base, glove out in front, short arm action and release is quick from a 3/4 slot, 74 mph arm-strength. In the box, relaxed setup, low leg kick, consistent contact, fluid hand movement during the swing, balance, 78 mph exit velo.

Pitching (NYS Games) 

Peak Fastball: 75
Fastball Range: 
CB/SL Range

Tall lanky frame with long limbs. Increased velo will come with more physical body strength gains. Slow and steady delivery even on the frontside. Gets arm up to release point after a long take away. FB has some late live and run to arm side. CB show sharp late movement when able to keep down in the zone.

Pride Workout (February 10, 2018)

Konopka is a 6-foot-3 165-pound right handed first baseman and pitcher who ran a 8.42 60 and a 5.22 home-to-1B. Tall, solid frame. Offensively- Starts tall with front foot slightly open. Bat flat on the shoulder pre load. Big leg kick for load, goes knee to knee, brings back elbow up and bat tips towards the mound. Finishes with cross-body, two-handed follow through. Drives hands through the zone, more lower half drive could see exit velocity of 69 MPH increase. Defensively- uses long frame to his advantage, gets off bag well. Footwork still developing around the bag. Pitching- Starts in the middle of the rubber, brings knee slightly past belt. Hands go over head then back down towards chest. Drives downhill, uses length well. Fastball sits 72-73 MPH with more of an infielder’s arm action. Mixed a 12-6 shaped curveball with some early break at 62-63 MPH.


Konopka ran a 8.18-60, an improvement from February.  Arm strength from the infield was measured at 66-MPH.  Fastball ranging from 73-75-MPH, topping out at 75-MPH, also an improvement from February, with a curveball sitting at 63-MPH.  

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