Dakota Dudgeon
Dakota Dudgeon
Dakota Dudgeon
Dakota Dudgeon
Dakota Dudgeon
Dakota Dudgeon




St. Charles CC
Avon Lake (HS) • OH
5-11 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Brownlee Lookouts
2020 National

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2/9/20 Pitching
Delivery Notes: Two-part delivery with a slight hitch at the top. Regular effort guy through a ¾ arm slot. Solid arm speed and a whip-like motion.
Fastball:  Some downhill action with heavy arm side run at times. Strike thrower.
Fastball Spin Rate: 2028-2164.
Curveball: 11/5 shape with more side to side than depth.
Curveball Spin Rate: 1851-1910.


Body Type: 5-foot-11, 180-pound athletic frame.
Mechanical/Delivery Notes: High leg kick with a smooth arm action. Landing leg goes straight to home plate instead of down and around. More left in lower half.
Fastball: 81-84mph with decent arm side drop to it. Ability to locate fastball within the zone.
Curveball: 68-69mph curveball with 11/5 movement. 71-73mph slider also thrown in the zone consistently.  
Pitchability: Good pitch ability with fair share of swing and misses. Ability to locate pitches on both corners of plate.


Body Type: 5-foot-11, 175-pound average frame.
Mechanical/Delivery Notes: Much improved since last time we’ve seen him. Delivery has cleaned up and arm looked more live. Dudgeon works with an uptempo delivery that has some effort. Clean arm through a ¾ slot.
Fastball: 83-85 mph. What makes his velo jump even more impressive is he has lowered slot a bit since we saw him last. The fastball now plays up due to velo jump and heavy run it showed at times.
Curveball: 71-75 mph. 11/5 shaped offering that was an above average pitch when in the zone.
Changeup: 73-76 mph. Maintains arm speed and the pitch has quality action to it. Just needs to be in the zone more offering.
Pitchability: Stuff wise he was very impressive and much better than we saw this summer. Command was inconsistent.
Role: TBD.


5-foot-9, 155-pound. Right-handed pitcher what a small build. Explosive delivery that requires some effort. Drop and drive lower half. There is quickness to the arm working through a ¾ slot. At 80-83 MPH,Dudgeon does a nice job of changing eye levels with the fastball. The pitch also shows consistent arm side run when down in the zone. The slider has a shorter 11/5 break and flashed some sharpness at times at 68-70 MPH.


5-foot-9, 155-pound right handed pitcher produced one of the better performances at the event. He displayed a ¾ arm slot with a good, clean arm action. Ball comes out well without much effort to his delivery. Mechanically, his motion flowed smoothly as he could throw his fastball between 83-85 mph while topping out at 87 with regular glove side action. Also used a two-seam to control the inner half without losing velocity. Did a nice job maintaining arm speed and giving his 74-77 mph changeup a fastball look out of the hands before displaying late fade. His curveball was one of the better one displayed at the showcase as it sat 73-76 with very good movement and command. Two-way prospect. A right-handed hitter that starts in a tall setup. An aggressive hitter that initiates movement with a leg kick. Hands stay quiet prior to launching the bat through the zone on a level path. Barrel gets in and out of the zone quickly. Has room to clean up mechanically but the natural tools are obvious. In the outfield he plays with fluidity to the baseball. Looks clean through and goes with a pro step for momentum. At third base he plays under control prior to fielding. Tends to play from heels inside funnel. Actions appear more athletic on the move, displaying developing glove skills.

60-yard Dash: 7.65
Infield Velocity: 81
Outfield Velocity: 83
Exit Velocity: 80


Starts in a balanced setup prior to his knee pinch load and controlled stride. Hands stay loose and produce solid whip through the zone. An ambush type hitter that tends to get to front side prior to swing decision. Would be aided by a more controlled forward movement. Has the natural tools to hit at the next level. Bat speed and strength are both above average tools. Uses calm, fluid footwork in the outfield. Gets momentum through an efficient shuffle step prior to throwing to home plate with well above average arm strength. Moves fluidly in the infield and flashed above average glove skills. Actions stay on the move, looking comfortable to his forehand side.

Home to 1st: 4.8
Position Velocity: IF 74, OF 80
Exit Velocity: 72

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