Jackson Lammers
Jackson Lammers

CLASS OF 2016

RHP
SS

Jackson
Lammers

Miller City - New Cleveland (HS) • OH
5-11 • 170LBS • L/R

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2016 National

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6/2/15
5-foot-11, 170-pound thin possible two way prospect. In the infield he fields the ball into his body with a solid exchange. From a high-3/4 slot he shows 72 mph arm strength. Right now profiles as a second base type but as he gets stronger might move over to short. Left-handed hitter that starts open and gets to even. Big leg kick to load with slightly uphill swing and some power to the pull side. Registered 82 mph exit velocity and ran 4.5 home to first. On the mound the right-hander showed a slow tempo delivery and is slightly closed at foot strike. From over top his fastball sits 80-83 mph with good life and some cut to it. Showed a 12/6 breaking ball that had late bite at 66-68 mph.
2/15/15
5-foot-11, 165-pound thin, projectable frame. From the infield shows average range and fields the ball into his body. Has a clean transfer with 74 mph arm strength across the diamond from a high-¾ slot. Left-handed hitter that starts spread out. Bat path is flat, but can get long at times. Showed some power to his pull side and 75 mph exit velocity while running a 7.36-60. On the mound he does a good job repeating his delivery with good direction. Throws from an easy, high-¾ slot with his fastball sitting 77-80 mph topping out at 81 mph. Showed a 12/6 breaking ball at 65-69 mph with some depth to it. Also, throws a hard changeup at 69-72 mph with some fade to it.

7/29/14
5-foot-11, 157-pound body frame. Infielder, stops his feet when ground balls are hit at him, could benefit by playing through the baseball as his footwork improves when he moves laterally to get to the ball. He throws with 77 mph arm strength through a ¾ slot. Left-handed hitter starts with a wide set up, uses a toe-tap for timing mechanism, slight fluid hands back trigger, reached a top exit velocity of 76 mph and ran a 4.57 down the line to first base. Right-handed pitcher throws using average armspeed with not much effort required, coming from an over the top arm slot, has a tendency to fall off toward first base side on follow through. His fastball was between 78-79 mph. His curveball thrown at downward plane with pretty good depth and gradual break at 68-69 mph. He threw his changeup using fastball armspeed at 72 mph. 
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