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Coker College
Beavercreek (HS) • OH
6-0 • 155LBS • L/L
2016 National

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6-foot, 155-pound thinner body frame with some room left to fill out with. In the outfield he uses pretty good footwork to approach ground balls, takes a more hesitant approach at times. Uses good crow hop mechanics getting rid of the baseball at a quicker pace. He throws using a clean arm action through an upper ¾ slot, reaching a top velocity of 70 mph on his throws. Left-handed hitter starts with weight slightly more towards back leg, open stance gets foot down back to even, and then uses an inward turn as a timing mechanism. Hands start high with high elbow and drop slightly into his load. Has an upward bat path through the ball, using a two-hand finish. He reached a top exit velocity of 77 mph and ran a 7.52 60-yard dash. From the mound the lefty uses a full windup that requires regular effort. He has a clean, loose arm action while using more of an average arm speed through a ¾ slot. His fastball was between 76-77 mph. He threw a curveball between 58-64 mph with gradual break and showed pretty good depth with 1/7 tilt. His changeup was thrown at fastball arm speed at 67-70 mph.

6-foot, 155 pound frame.  The lefty with compact, repeatable delivery shows a loose arm from a ¾ slot.  His fastball sit 79-82 with a litte arms side run. His curveball sits at 66-69 mph with a good 1 to 7 break and able to throw it for a strike consistently.  He throws a good change-up with good arm speed at 72-75 mph.  Jackson is a three pitch lefty that really knows how to pitch.  From the outfield, he really does a good job playing through the baseball.  Left-handed hitter that starts open to close with high elbow and good load that shows a little power to his pull side.  His top exit velocity was at 77 and home to first at 4.5

6-foot, 155-pound thinner athletic frame with room to fill. From the outfield he shows fluid footwork, and demonstrates a good crow hop. He uses a clean arm action coming from a ¾ slot reaching a top velocity of 77 mph on his throws. Left-handed hitter begins in a balanced set up, uses a fluid hands back to shoulder trigger, uses an inward turn with his front foot followed by a short stride. Showed the ability to stay inside the ball nicely during a game at bat he lined out to left-field.  He reached a top exit velocity of 74 mph. Ran a 4.50 to first base. On the mound the lefty uses a full windup. Has a clean arm action with quick armspeed coming from a ¾ slot. Delivery requires some effort with his fastball at 76-80 mph. His curveball has signs of being sharp when he throws it with more velocity with 1/7 plane at 65-69 mph. He also flashed a straight changeup using fastball armspeed at 73 mph. 

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