Jack Fecko
Jack Fecko
Jack Fecko
Jack Fecko
Jack Fecko
Jack Fecko
Jack Fecko




Central Michigan
Aurora (HS) • OH
6-4 • 195LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Release Baseball


2021 National

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2/16/20 Pitching
Delivery Notes: Pitches with confidence on the hill, tremendous length that plays well out front and down hill. Able to repeat mechanics for the most part and will only get better with time. One of the most intriguing arms left on the board in the 2021 class.
Fastball: Topped out at 85 mph, continues to climb velo wise, pitch shows hard two-seam run.
Curveball: Between 65-68, quality action when he stays on top, hard bite at times.
Changeup: 73-76 mph, serviceable third offering.


2/9/20 Pitching
Delivery Notes: Very projectable frame on the mound. Loose arm through a ¾ slot. Average tempo delivery with some effort. More velo to come as he continues to incorporate his lower half.
Fastball: Solid offering with some natural arm side movement.
Fastball Spin Rate: 1966-2172.
Slider: Loopy 3/7 shape with great depth. Well above average pitch. Serious swing and miss potential.
Slider Spin Rate: 2010-2050.
Changeup: Solid offering enough to keep guys guessing.


Body Type: 6-foot-4 190-pound thin frame.
Mechanical/Delivery Notes: Smooth arm action. Lower half could be utilized more.
Fastball: 81-83mph. Slight arm side run. Average spin rate around 2,000rpm’s with near 100% efficiency.
Curveball: 68-70mph. 2/7 movement. An above average pitch stuff wise.
Changeup: 71-72mph. Plenty to keep hitters off balance.
Pitchability: Needs to throw both pitches more consistently.
Additional Comments: Guy to watch develop.


Body Type: 6-foot-4 with endless projection left on frame.
Mechanical/Delivery Notes: Much cleaner than we’ve seen in past/starting to grown into his frame. Long lever lefty that gets down the mound well. Arm is compact through a high-¾ slot.
Fastball: 81-84 mph. Ball comes out well, with late life through the zone. Worked both sides of the plate with the offering.
Slider: 65-69 mph. Slurvish look to it. Nice little wrinkle/change of pace breaking ball.
Changeup: 64-67 mph. Slows arm just a bit on the pitch that has similar aciton to fastball.
Pitchability: Was in the zone much more consistently than past outings.
Additional Comments: Big time upside lefty who continues to trend in the right direction. Looks like everything is starting to click for him.


Very projectable, promising arm in the 2021 class. 6-foot-3, 175-pound long limbed frame with a ton of physical projection left. Long lever type with a lower effort delivery. Arm is compact and clean through a high-¾ slot. Fastball comes out well sitting 77-81 mph with some late life to either side of the plate. With his frame and cleanliness expect more velocity down the road. Slows arm a bit on the breaking ball that works on a 1/7 trajectory. The pitch has gradual action at 61-65 mph. The pitch has room  to grow. Also offers a changeup near fastball arm speed at 74-75 mph. The pitch is the more advanced of his two secondary offerings. Frame and velocity will make him a high follow in 2021 class for college coaches. Needs to be in the zone more often. A lefty swinger that starts in an athletic setup. Loading sequence is fluid and efficient. Launches from a balanced setup with a swing that shows natural loft. Natural tools are above average through the zone. Impressed off the mound in the winter but also showed the bat is something to look at as well. Already posseses above average natural tools through the zone with much more to come.


Fecko finds his name on the Top Performers list for the second year in a row at this event. A 6-foot-3 southpaw with fluid, athletic actions on the bump. Arm action is loose, projecting for more strength/arm speed to come. Sat 77-80 mph with his fastball, a three mph jump from last winter. Locates secondary offerings well but will lose some arm speed.


6-foot-1, 150-pound prospect. A young, talented arm. On the mound the southpaw has a fluid delivery that requires some effort. Uses long back arm action and works through a near over the top slot. Arm action is mostly clean and has some looseness to it. Fastball has slight run to it, sitting 72-76 mph. More velocity to come with maturity. Tends to slow his arm a bit on his changeup. The pitch has late sink at 59-62 mph.

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