Connor O'Donnell
Connor O'Donnell
Connor O'Donnell
Connor O'Donnell




Cleveland Benedictine (HS) • OH
6-4 • 205LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Brownlee Lookouts
2019 National

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Body Type: 6-foot-4, 205-pound physical prospect with even more room to add.

Swing Mechanics: Balanced stance with vertical barrel launch. Easy, fluid load.

Hit: Very efficient lower half, creating sufficient stretch in the rear hip allowing for early acceleration. Path plays well, creating a large margin for error in timing. Had some barrel accuracy issues at times but when he squared up the ball he generated as loud of pop as anyone at the event. Drove a couple moonshots in BP that would have easily left the yard.

Power: 99 mph exit velocity. Present power.  

Offensive Projection: Run Producer.

Run: 7.32 60-yard dash. 
Field: It was our first time seeing him in the outfield where he showed a respectable skill set. Would expect him to continue to progress out there and be a playable option in the corners.

Throw: 84 mph arm strength to home plate.

Defensive Projection: Corner OF/1B.

Top tool is his bat, showing off some of the top raw power at the event. Really efficient lower half. Gets max coil out of back hip, allowing him to create early acceleration and solid direction. Also can get the barrel going early on a nice path that slices through the strike zone. Ball jumps off his bat. Worked out at both first base and the outfield. Skill set is more advanced at first base but is a good enough athlete to learn a corner spot in the outfield. 
60-yard dash: 7.03
Infield Velocity: 72
Outfield Velocity: 80
Exit Velocity: 93


6-foot-2, 200 pound first basemen with a physical build showed a solid glove at first base defensively by fielding it cleanly. Does a nice job getting off the bag quicky and attacking the ball with solid footwork. Throws were 67 mph across the diamond to third base. An upside bat from the right side. Movements are fluid and efficient prior to launch. Swing shows well above average bat speed with advanced strength. Ball jumps off his bat. Some of the top raw power at the event. Much more juice than exit velocity would indicate. Scholarship level tools at the plate.
60-yard dash: 7.37
Infield Velocity: 67
Exit Velocity: 88


Big time upside bat. Creates loud contact with a lower effort swing. Bat plays in the middle of the lineup. Bat in its own should garner scholarship attention. At first base he has an ideal frame with above average athleticism for the spot. Glove works and he should end up being a well above average defender.
Infield Velocity: 79
Exit Velocity: 97

A high upside bat with a 6-foot-2 frame and 101 mph exit velocity. Pre-launch movements are smooth and repeatable. When he pulls the trigger he generates advanced bat speed through the zone with strength showing at contact. Ball jumps off his bat with easy gap pop and the ability to leave the yard presently. Can get around the ball at times but BP was electric when he stayed through contact. Frame fits the first base position. Gets off the bag well with feel for creating angles with his feet. A very good athlete for the spot.
60-yard Dash: 7.32
Infield Velocity: 75
Exit Velocity: 101

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