Connor Mays
Connor Mays
Connor Mays




St. Bonaventure
Saint Ignatius (HS) • OH
6-1 • 190LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Under Armour Force Ohio 17U


2020 National

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Body Type: 6-foot-1, 180-pound long lever with much more room to add.
Balanced stroke that generates easy jump off the barrel. Lifts the ball naturally and can use the entire field. Swing plays. Finds plane well and has the tools to do damage.
94.8 off the bat. More to come as he fills out very projectable frame. Impressive round.
Offensive Projection:
Run producer.
4.71 H-1st.
In the infield he plays with fluid actions and above average ball skills. Looks the part over at third base.
Arm plays as a well above average tool and he can make throws on the run.
Defensive Projection:

Body Type: 6-foot-1, 180-pound athletic frame. 
Mechanical/Delivery Notes: A max effort delivery with a high leg kick, efficient lower half and a compact and quick arm action. All of the necessity to continue to develop off of. 
Fastball: 79-82mph. Slight glove side movement. Comfortable with the outside corner and low in the zone. 2,000-2,200 rpm spin rate with mid 80% efficiency on Rapsodo. 
Curveball: 64-65mph. An above average offering moving on a 12/6 plane with sharp bite.
Changeup: 73-76mph. Glove side drop. Comfortable throwing on the outside corner of the plate. An average offering. 
Pitchability: Strike thrower. 
Additional Comments: An ideal frame to develop.


Body Type: 6-foot-1 170 pound prospect with a projectable frame.
Mechanical/Delivery Notes:
The RHP threw from a traditional ¾ arm slot and showcased a quick arm.
79-83 mph fastball showed good backspin with some ‘ride’ through the zone. Also showed some natural cut at times.
63-65 mph true 12/6 curveball with good shape and spin. Showed sharp depth to the pitch.
71-73 mph changeup was a quality offering. Showed good depth and arm side fade on the pitch.
3 pitch mix with all three pitches presently showing as average to above average in quality. Solid command of all three pitches.
Starter type at the highschool level with a true 3 pitch mix with both the changeup and curveball as pitches that potentially could create swings and misses. To stick as a starter at the next level the velocity will need to continue to rise and his command will obviously adjust the standards of college.


Body Type: 6-foot-1 170 pound prospect with a projectable frame.  
Swing Mechanics: Starts in a wider setup but remains balanced. Uses a toe tap load and a bit of an armbar but shows good barrel control and keeps his barrel through the zone.
Hit: Good barrel control and strong hands.
Power: 90 mph exit velocity. 
Offensive Projection: Shows some good raw pop and a solid swing. Shows definite ability to drive balls into the gaps and could develop more power as he fills out his frame.
Field: In the infield he waits on the ball a bit and took ok angles through the ball. He had minimal rhythm but showed a fairly quick arm.
Run: 7.19 60 yard dash.
Defensive Projection: Arm was accurate with enough strength for the left side. Hands play on either side of the infield.


A right-handed hitter that starts in a wider setup. Good athlete with a fast bat. Uses a simple load followed by a level stroke. Very quick hands through the zone with authority through contact. Line drive swinger with gap abilities. Bat plays in multiple roles inside a lineup. Third baseman with the frame for the spot. Mechanically sound with the ability to create angles prior to fielding. Light feet and soft hands. Arm was accurate with enough strength for the left side. Very solid defender over there. On the mound mays utilizes a ¾ arm action. Mays has a tall projectable frame with long levers that he uses well. In his delivery he is able to get into his back leg well to produce force. His fastball was in the 80-84 mph range and showed some sinking, fading action at times. He also threw a 62-64 mph breaking ball with fastball arm speed. He could show improved action on breaking ball by trying to generate more spin on the pitch as opposed to ‘muscling up’. He flashed a changeup at 73-74 mph that stayed pretty true through the zone but was able to show good feel and command to both sides of the plate with the pitch.

60-yard dash: 7.25
Infield Velocity: 81
Exit Velocity: 89

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