Cameron Tenhundfeld
Cameron Tenhundfeld
Cameron Tenhundfeld
Cameron Tenhundfeld




Fairfield (HS) • OH
6-1 • 193LBS • R/R
Travel Team: 16u cbc elite black


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6-foot-1 and 193-pound right-handed pitching prospect. Tenhundfield has a compact delivery that is efficient and repeatable. Uses a belt high lift and a works in good direction down the slope. Finishes slightly closed at foot contact. Fastball works out of a ¾ slot sitting 74-78 MPH on a downward plane. Breaking ball has some sharpness to it, the pitch sat 65-69 MPH on a 11/5 tilt. Also offered a knuckleball, the pitch has consistent drop/cut action sitting 65-66 MPH. Two-way prospect. Looks the part in the infield. Actions are smooth and athletic. Plays through the ball with impressive ball skills and gets rid of it quickly. Will use multiple slots and looks comfortable on the move. Shortstop type skill set at the third base position. Swings it from the right side, starting in an athletic stance. Movements are fluid prior to launch, incorporating a knee pinch with lower half. Barrel flows through load, maintaining rhythm into launch. Hands show present strength with above average speed through the zone. Creates gap pop with a lower effort swing. Stays balanced through swing and shows high barrel feel. A scholarship level prospect.

Home to First: 4.57
Infield Velocity: 76
Exit Velocity: 79


Impressive prospect that stands out in game and in a showcase setting. At the plate he has a rhythmic load that creates timing and balance prior to launch. Looks athletic throughout swing sequence. Path is level, generating easy gap pop. Strength stands out as top tool but bat speed isn’t far behind. In the infield he is mechanically sound with athletic actions. Glove stood out amongst the rest. Hands are soft and ball skills are well above average for his class. Lateral mobility is fringy for the shortstop position but he possesses all the other tools. At third or second he projects as a high level defender presently.
H-1st: 4.89
Infield Velocity: 80
Exit Velocity: 86


At the plate he gets things started through a leg kick load. Hands stay simple with the bat vertical prior to launch. Creates early bat speed and gets on plane well. Was at his best when he worked the middle of the field. An athletic middle infielder that plays with confidence. Glove skills were impressive. Moves well laterally and glove skills stay on the move. Very impressive showing. On the mound he was clean mechanically with shorter arm action. Arm is quick with some looseness to it. A strike thrower that showed feel for both his offerings. Uses a high-¾ slot and works off his 75-80 mph fastball that has substantial cut.  Went to his curveball most often for his secondary offerings. The pitch had an 11/5 shape with some sharpness and depth at 66-68 mph.

Home To First: 4.98
Infield Velocity: 75
Exit Velocity: 81


6-foot, 189-pound prospect. The righty starts his windup with a small rocker step to the outside of his body followed by a big inward leg kick. Slow tempo delivery with limited use of his lower half. More in the tank. Breaking ball shows 12/6 gradual movement for strikes. Mixes in a 64-69 mph changeup. Tends to slow down his arm action. Also uses a knuckle ball at 62 mph with some tumble to it. A fluid swinger with some pop from the right side. Gets on plane early allowing him to make contact deep while remaining aggressive, and maintaining bat speed. Swing is compact with definite quickness to his bat. Was impressive during his round of batting practice. Defensively, he showed fluid, natural actions in the infield. Creates angles and maintains momentum through his throws. Naturally comes out of a ¾ slot but showed ability to throw from different angles depending upon the play. Good looking prospect that should stay at shortstop as arm strength increases.

Infield Velocity: 75
Home to 1st: 4.74
Exit Velocity: 77

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