DJ Henry
DJ Henry
DJ Henry

CLASS OF 2020

OF

DJ
Henry

Archbishop Hoban (HS) • OH
5-9 • 165LBS • R/R
Travel Team: IVL

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2020 National

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7/24/19

Body Type:  5-foot-9, 165-pound athletic frame.
Hit: High hands launch followed by a slightly downhill path to contact. Natural tools are obvious through the zone with both strength and speed playing as above average tools. Ball jumps when flushed. Athletic prospect.
Power: 87.4 off the bat in BP. Ball comes off well.
Offensive Projection: Top of the lineup.
Field: In the outfield he plays with quick feet. Athleticism shows in his approach. Ball skills are on par for class.
Throw: Arm strength would be area for improvement. With his athleticism he should see jumps as he gains strength.
Defensive Projection: LF.

2/6/19
Body Type: 5-foot-9, 150-pound prospect.
Swing Mechanics: Right-handed hitter that starts in an upright, open stance. Uses a leg kick for timing as hands stay quiet throughout load.
Hit: Obvious athleticism in the box with both strength and speed to hands. Swings with intent to do damage and has more than enough natural tools to do so when squared. Worked through a middle-away approach in BP.
Power: 89 mph exit velocity. Ball really comes off well.
Offensive Projection: Run Producer ceiling.
Run:  7.14 60-yard dash.
Field: In the outfield he plays with fluid actions. Under control play through with developing ball skills.
Throw: Long, loose arm action that should have more strength as he matures physically. Throws were on the money.
Defensive Projection: CF/LF.

2/7/18

At the plate he starts in a taller setup from the right side. Keeps hands quiet during his leg kick load and stride. Hands have a tendency to drift forward with lower half at times. Showcased a shorter swing through the zone on a slightly downhill plane. Strength stands out as top tool but bat speed isn’t to far behind. A line drive swing in general that produced natural ball flight to the middle of the field. An above average athlete for class with quick feet in the outfield. Ball skills and arm strength are developing. Likely profiles in left presently with a chance for center if ball skills/arm strength improves with maturity.

60-yard dash: 7.24

Outfield Velocity: 71

Exit Velocity: 78


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