Brock Vinci
Brock Vinci
Brock Vinci
Brock Vinci
Brock Vinci

CLASS OF 2019

RHP
3B

Brock
Vinci

Pickerington North (HS) • OH
6-0 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Ohio Surge

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2019 National

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6/26/18
Really liked what I saw from Vinci on the bump. An obvious competitor out there that wants the ball. Arm works well through a near over the top slot. Fastball works downhill at 79-84 mph with natural cut. The pitch is heavy creating regular swing and miss from hitters. Breaking ball is a near 12/6 downer with late bite and changeup is an above average offering as well. Could be an immediate impact guy at the right level. Although higher ceiling is on the bump he has a skillset as a position player that is intriguing as well. A physical bat from the right sound with a balanced offering of strength and speed through the zone. Displayed present jump of the barrel, especially to pull side. Middle of the lineup skill set. At third base he plays under control with quiet actions. Glove is reliable and it shouldn’t come as a surprise that arm plays at the position.
60-yard dash: 7.21
Infield Velocity: 72
Exit Velocity: 83


6/5/18
5-foot-11, 180-pound. Right-handed pitch with a average build. Uses a quick tempo delivery with a drop and drive lower half. Short arm action working through a high-¾ slot. Fastball sat 77-79 with regular sinking action through the zone. Also offered a 12/6 curveball the has developing depth at 66-68 MPH.

5/14/18
Impressive jump in all aspects on the bump since we saw him a few winters back. Vinci is noticeably more physical with a cleaner delivery. Velocity was up to 82-84 mph, touching an 85 once. Primary secondary offering was the changeup that showed heavy run with a bit of dive to it as well. 
1/22/17
On the mound the right-hander is a drop and drive type guy that creates efficient momentum with his lower half.  Delivery requires some effort and he lands slightly closed at foot strike. Working through a near over the top slot he sat 76-79 mph with his fastball. Showed feel for both offspeed offerings in his arsenal. His 11/5 shaped breaking ball showed big, early break at 66-67 mph. Changeup had similar action to his fastball before showing late run and sink at 67-68 mph.

1/16/17
On the mound the right hander has a quicker tempo and works through a high ¾ slot. Uses short arm action with average arm speed. Fastball showed slight run to it at 73-75 mph and topped at 77 mph. His best offspeed pitch was his changeup. He was able to maintain arm speed on the pitch that showed run and sink. Breaking ball showed some sharpness on a an 11/5 plane. Needs to be more consistently in the zone with the pitch. In the infield he showed some quickness to his footwork approaching the baseball. Would like to see him create angles to field through the baseball more efficiently. Glove skills still developing. At the plate he starts in a balance setup prior to his double tap load and short stride. Hands stay simple and remain loose before taking a level path to the ball. Does a nice job of getting on plane early and found the barrel often. Produce backspin on his line drives.

60: 7.54
Exit Velocity: 80
Infield Velocity: 72

1/18/16
5-foot-10, 185-pound thick, strong build. Ran a 7.86 60-yard dash. A right-handed hitter that uses an efficient, rhythmic load to create energy towards the pitcher. At times he got onto his front side a little too early losing some pop. Exit velocity was 74 mph. In the infield he showed good range for his size and soft hands. From a 3/4 slot he displayed 74 mph arm strength across the diamond. On the mound he used short arm action through a 3/4 slot with good arm speed to sit 76-79 mph with his fastball. Curveball had an 11/5 shape with some bite to it at 70-71 mph. Had some feel for a 69-70 mph changeup that had natural run. 
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