Grant Reeve
Grant Reeve
Grant Reeve
Grant Reeve
Grant Reeve
Grant Reeve




Beavercreek (HS) • OH
6-0 • 225LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Dayton Force


2019 National

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A right-handed hitter that starts in a tall stance, Goes with a leg kick for timing during back load with hands. Physical bat with noticeable strength through the zone. Paht is level with barrel feel in there. All fields approach with gap pop. Middle of the lineup frame and skill set. In the infield he plays with quiet feet to. Plays through with adequate ball skills. Can get around the ball at times. Quick transfer with an accurate arm across the infield. Corner skills set that could play at third or first.
Home to 1st: 5.02
Infield Velocity: 71
Exit Velocity: 84


Two-way prospect in the ‘19 class. Swings it from the right side starting in a taller setup. Flows through an athletic load into a balanced launch. Level stroke that offers more present strength than speed. Can do damage when he connect. Generated most natural ball flight to the middle of the field. Gap pop with a middle of the lineup look to him. At third base he plays with quick feet, attacking the baseball linearly off the bat. Soft hands through maintaining fluidity. Transfer has urgency with enough arm for the left side presently. A long lever type on the mound with an uptempo delivery. Chest high leg lift into stride that creates solid direction down the hill. Compact arm with some whip through a near ¾ slot. Arm action is unconventional but ball comes out well. Fastball will run arm side at times, sitting 77-80 mph. Breaking ball is a well above average offering, displaying sharp/late action on an 11/5 plane. Has present swing and miss to it.
Home to 1st: 4.87
Infield Velocity: 75
Exit Velocity: 85


A two-way prospect in the 2019 class.. Ran a 7.75 60-yard dash. On the bump he showcases an uptempo delivery that requires little effort. Uses an easy leg lift, staying tall at balance point. A tall and fall type guy. Arm action is compact and arm moves through a near ¾. Borderline sidearm type. The combination of short arm action allow him to hide the baseball well, making it tough for hitters to pick up. Fastball will show regular run, sitting 74-78 mph. Compliments fastball with his 65-69 mph breaking ball. Spins it well, giving the pitch depth with a slurvish look to it. At the plate he has the look of a middle of the lineup type. Hands stay simple during his leg kick timing mechanism. Bat has some lag to it and barrel works on a level plane. Swings with intent. Present gap to gap pop with a top exit velocity of 82 mph. At third base he tends to play from heels, using direct footwork to the baseball. Glove is reliable and transfer is very quick. Threw across the field with 69 mph arm strength.


A right-hander hitter that starts in a taller setup. Uses an easy leg lift for timing and energy. Barrel launches from a vertical position, creating easy whip through the zone. Bat speed is above average and his strength stands out. Ball gets off his bat well, showing routine gap pop. Flashed signs of power potential to his pull side. Middle of the lineup type bat. At third base he moves light on his feet, taking direct routes to the baseball. Glove works and he gets rid of the ball with a sense of urgency. Moves well laterally for frame. Threw across the diamond with accuracy. On the bump the right-hander has an uptempo delivery that requires some effort. A tall and fall guy that lands in line to home plate. Arm moves through a high-¾ slot with above average arm speed. Fastball stays mostly true through the zone with slight run and sink at times. His primary secondary offering was his 11/5 shaped breaking ball. Looked very comfortable with the spinner, consistently throwing the pitch in the zone. The pitch acted as his put away offering. Much improved from when we saw him last. All measurable made a noticeable jump. 
FB: 76-79
CB: 65-68
60-yard Dash: 7.93
Infield Velocity: 74
Exit Velocity: 84

6-foot, 205-pound strong frame. Starts in a tall setup before using a leg kick to load his lower half. Hands stay simple during his stride forward before taking a flat path to the ball. Stronger than he is fast through the zone. Registered a top exit velocity of 72 mph and ran a 5.3 from home to first. Average feet and hands at this stage for a third baseman. Has decent lateral quickness. Would like to see him field the ball out in front of his body as he got flat footed at times.  Threw across the infield with 62 mph arm strength. On the mound he has some rhythm to his low effort delivery. Could get more out of his lower half. Works through a high-¾ slot with average armspeed at this stage. Uses a two pitch mix with his fastball sitting 69-72 mph. Spins an 11/5 curveball with gradual break at 58-61 mph.

6-foot, 200-pound build. Right-handed hitter that stands tall and slightly open with high hands. Get foot up and right back down on time. Swing is flat with 67 mph exit velocity and ran 8.4-60. Over at third base he fields the ball out in front and stands straight up. Shows decent range to glove side and throws from a 3/4 slot with 61 mph arm strength across the diamond. On the mound he has quick, compact delivery with good direction. Throws from a 3/4 slot with fastball sitting 65-68 mph. Spins a big breaking ball with gradual break at 61-63 mph. Showcased a changeup with good arm speed at 57-59 mph.
6-foot, 200-pound big body frame. Right handed hitter that starts with high hands. Has little stride and gets his hands back. Barrel stays flat through the zone with 74 mph exit velocity and was 5.39 home to first. Over at third base he fields the ball into his body with a decent exchange for his age. Throws from a high-3/4 slot with 64 mph arm strength across the diamond. On the mound he has an uptempo delivery with good direction at foot strike. Throws from a long, loose, high-3/4 slot with fastball sitting 70-72 mph. Spins a breaking ball with big, gradual break at 59-61 mph.
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