Andrew Clelland
Andrew Clelland
Andrew Clelland
Andrew Clelland
Andrew Clelland
Andrew Clelland
Andrew Clelland
Andrew Clelland




Ohio State
Harrison Central (HS) • OH
6-5 • 195LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Team Ohio Pro Select


2020 National

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There’s a lot to like about recent Ohio State commit Andrew Clelland. The Harrison Central Product brings premium upside as both a pitcher and position guy. At 6-5, 190-pounds Clelland still has endless projection to frame which should lead to added mphs to both the arm and the bat. Presently,  he impressed with actions on both sides of the ball. At third base he rivaled Cook for the top infield performance of the day and took a very professional BP, backspinning the ball to both gaps.


The top overall prospect at the event made it clear why he is ranked in the top 10 in the 2020 class. Clelland projects slightly more on the bump but has obvious projection on both sides of the ball. Frame is long limbed with much more room on his 6-foot-5 build to add strength. The right-hander sat 84-86 mph with feel for two secondary offerings. As a position player he has the look of a power bat that can play either corner spot at a high level. Obvious natural tools and upside, much more physical since we’ve seen him last.

Home to 1st: 4.55
Infield Velocity: 80
Exit Velocity: 79


A very projectable 6-foot-3, 165-pound frame. What a difference a few months have made for Clelland. He showed up at the event noticeably more physical and it translated to his performance on the mound. He showed the same clean arm action, fast arm and command of secondary stuff we saw in June, but with a large velocity jump. This summer Clelland sat 71-74 mph at the Future 50. This event was a different story as he consistently sat 79-81 mph, topping at 82 mph. At the plate he had the most mechanically efficient swing of the day. Has very fluid movements and gets excellent use out of his lower half. His lower half and flat bath create a large margin of error for timing. Sprayed line drives to both sides of the field during batting practice.Reached a top exit velocity of 84 mph. A very mechanically sound third baseman with smooth actions. Glove skills are there and he plays the position with confidence. His pre fielding footwork allows him to play through the ball efficiently before throwing across the diamond with 75 mph arm strength. Potential to be a well above average defender at the next level. Showing all the signs of becoming one of the top prospects in Ohio’s 2020 class.


Interesting young player with a 6-foot-2, 155-pound frame he can grow into. Right-handed hitter starts from an open stance and employs a toe-tap to a slightly open base. Swing is simple, with minimal moving parts to get out of whack. Holds hands in good launch position and hits through contact fairly well, generating an 81 mph exit velocity. Defensively, he showed solid actions, a feel for playing below the baseball, and accurate 77 mph arm strength across the diamond.


6-foot-2, 155-pound primary pitcher sat 72-73 while topping at 76 mph from a high 3/4 arm slot. Loose, fluid delivery with a high knee stack. Much more velocity to come in future years. Showed solid feel for 60 mph curveball with 11/5 rotation and a changeup at 68 mph. Tendency to pull changeup across his body. Showcased athletic actions at third base with active feet and accurate 73 mph arm strength across the diamond. Right-handed hitter starts from a slightly open stance and utilizes a short lift-and-replace stride to initiate his swing. Good rhythm and balance throughout swing with solid feel for the barrel and an 81 mph bat exit velocity.


Very projectable frame with long limbs and broad shoulders at 6-foot, 150-pounds. Has clean arm action with above average armspeed and sat 71-74 mph with his fastball that had run at times. His put away pitch was his 11/5 shaped curveball that had sharp, late action. Much more velo left in the tank. Has advanced feel for the pitch as he was consistently able to throw it for strikes to both sides of the plate. Also showed feel for a changeup that he threw using fastball armspeed. At the plate he has much more strength and batspeed than his 73 mph exit velocity would indicate. Has an efficient lower half with excellent whip with the bat through the zone. Has a very high ceiling at the plate as he matures physically. In the infield he has athletic actions with the ability to stay fluid on the move. Threw across the infield with 65 mph arm strength. Ran an 8.18 60-yard dash.


An impressive, young prospect with a projectable build at 6-foot, 150-pounds. At the plate he uses a short stride while taking his hands back to remain balance. Gets through the zone on a level path with definite batspeed. Much more in the tank than his 73 mph exit velocity would indicate. In the infield he has athleticism to his actions with above average glove skills. Quickness to his transfer before throwing across the infield with 71 mph arm strength.


6-foot, 148-pound prospect. Displayed good athleticism in the infield. Stood out amongst his peers. Short arm action through ¾ slot. Ability to cover ground and throw from different. Top velocity of 68 mph across the infield with accuracy to his throws. Shows athleticism in his feet. Receives the ball with some softness to his hands. At the plate he uses a simple hands back load during his stride forward. Gets the bat in and out of the zone quickly with a short, compact swing. Registered a top exit velocity of mph of 67 mph and ran an 8.25 60-yard dash.

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