Ethan Swincicki
Ethan Swincicki
Ethan Swincicki
Ethan Swincicki
Ethan Swincicki

CLASS OF 2019

C
RHP

Ethan
Swincicki

New Albany (HS) • OH
6-0 • 195LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Bo Jackson Elite

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2019 National

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8/5/18
6-foot, 190-pound. Right handed hitting prospect with power potential. Sets up in a wide base, lift and no stride. Shows present pull side pop based off strength more than barrel speed. Registered an exit velocity of 92 mph. Defensively, athletic around the firstbase bag, displayed good hands and topped at 78 mph across the diamond. Behind the plate popper 2.03-2.11 on throws to second base with a top velocity of 76 mph. Also ran a 5.09 home to first.

 

6/5/18
6-foot, 195-pound, right-handed pitching prospect with an average build. Slow tempo delivery that requires regular effort. Creates some deception through counter rotation and high glove side. Fastball works out of a ¾ slot at 79-84 MPH, when down the pitch has good sink and run to it. At 66-70 MPH, Swincicki throws a near 12/6 breaking ball with developing depth. Also, offered a playable changeup that has cutting action at 72-74 MPH. Two way prospect. Swincicki doesn’t have a standout tool and won’t “wow” you in a showcase but is a very well-rounded ball player who’s in game play is very consistent. Swings it from the right side and squared ball after ball up in both game and BP at the event. Defensively he does everything at an above average clip behind the dish. Very active in game with the willingness to block and always looking to throw behind runners.
60-yard dash: 7.73
Pop Times: 1.9-1.99
Catcher Velocity: 77
Exit Velocity: 86

 

2/18/18

6-foot, 195-pound prospect with athletic frame and thick lower half. Starts from the right side of the rubber. Long arm action through ¾ to high ¾ slot. Good arm side run to his fastball at 81-83 mph. Difficult on right-handed hitters. Breaking ball has slurvey type action at 72-73 mph. Best secondary pitch at present. But, has tendency to get on the side of it. Changeup is still developing. Arm speed slows down. Typically sits 68-71 mph. Legitimate two-way prospect. Displayed nice receiving abilities throughout the event. Footwork showed average ability. His ball to hand transfer was fluid and quick. Presented a strong, accurate arm with a 75 mph throwing velocity down to second. Pop times were effective at 1.96-2.04 seconds. Nice intent behind actions. Looked very comfortable in the box. The right-hander has smaller, efficient movements to his loading sequence allowing him to generate energy without sacrificing control/timing. Regularly backspun balls up the middle in batting practice. Also impressed on the mound and behind the dish. A definite college prospect who could receive scholarship attention down the road.

60-yard dash: 8.02

Pop Times: 1.96-2.04

Catcher Velocity: 75

Exit Velocity: 84


9/30/17
A two-way prospect in the 2019 class. A well-rounded player that impressed in BP. Swing is fluid and efficient. Movements sync well, allowing him to create early acceleration at swing decision. Barrel gets on plane early and showed strength through contact. An all fields hitter that drove the ball well in game. Present gap pop with more to come as bat speed increases with maturity. Reached a top exit velocity of 82 mph. Behind the plate he brings an above average skill set to the table across the board. Mechanically sound with the ability to block and receive. Exchange skills are there and he registered pop times between 2.03-2.2. Threw with accuracy and 72 arm strength to second base. Very active in game with a high motor. Will throw behind runners with confidence. On the mound he is a strike thrower that will use all three of his offerings interchangeably. Arm is clean as it moves through a high-¾ slot. Fastball showed occasional run, sitting 77-80 mph. Does a nice job of establishing the outer half early in counts and will come in with two strikes. Breaking ball was his go to secondary offering on this day. The 11/5 breaker showed potential at 66-69 mph. Already possesses feel for the offering and expect sharpness/depth to increase as velocity does. Tosses a changeup that showed run and sink at 72-73 mph. Does a nice job of maintaining arm speed on the offering.

6/14/17
A right-handed hitter that starts in a balanced setup. Moves hands back to a solid launch position during his short stride forward. Path is level and he showed obvious strength through contact. Barrel gets on plane early, allowing him to use both fields. Solid hitter with above average natural tools. Behind the plate he starts in mid crouch. Showed average catch and throw skills behind the plate. Should see improvements in pop times as exchange skills get quicker with maturity. Looks to have feel for the position. On the mound he throws using regular effort to his delivery. Lands in a straight line at foot strike, finishing with his momentum carrying in a straight line toward home plate. Does a good job of incorporating his lower half into his pitches and throws with average arm speed through a ¾ slot. Fastball was thrown between 75-80 mph. Curveball has gradual break at an 11/5 plane between 62-66 mph. Tends to slow down his arm while throwing his changeup, the pitch was at 70-71 mph.
60-yard Dash: 7.94
Catcher Velocity: 73
Pop Time: 2.11-2.18
Exit Velocity: 93


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