Joe Gubanc
Joe Gubanc
Joe Gubanc




Lake Erie College
Lake Catholic (HS) • OH
5-10 • 200LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Solon Stampede


2020 National

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Body Type:  5-foot-9, 200-pound physical frame.

Swing Mechanics:  Small leg kick while his hands stay loaded.

Hit:  Slight uphill bat path that produces natural loft.  Line drive guy.

Power:  Pop to the middle part of the field.  Good feel in the box.

Offensive Projection:  Middle of the lineup guy.
Field: In the infield he moves light on his feet while taking direct routes to the baseball. Tends to get to heels at times but showed athleticism to his actions on the move.
Throw: High-3/4 right-hander with developing strength.
Defensive Projection: 3B/2B/1B. 

2/3/19 Position

Body Type: 5-foot-8 180-pound prospect.

Swing Mechanics: Starts in a medium, balanced setup. Uses a mini leg kick load. Shows loose, whippy hands and casts his barrel a bit with a flat bat path.

Hit: Good bat to ball ability.

Power: 80 mph exit velocity.

Offensive Projection: Presently would project as a line drive singles to all fields type guy. Could develop into more of a gap to gap threat if he adds more raw power.

FIeld: In the infield he waits on the ball a bit much and squats to an unathletic depth.

Throw: 67 mph across the diamond.

Run: 7.17 60 yard dash.

Defensive Projection: Present skill set would lend itself best to projecting as 2B at the next level.

A right-handed hitter that starts in a tall stance. Load is simple yet efficient. Strong kid with noticeable bat speed through the zone. Natural tools are ahead of the curve for class. Has some things to clean up mechanically but ball jumps. A lot to work with. Gap guy who should grow into occasional power. Corner type in the outfield that uses quick, direct footwork. Slows momentum at fielding to ensure ball security. Short arm action. Arm strength would be area for improvement. Also worked out in the infield. Middle type that plays low with quiet, smooth feet, Hands are soft and ball skills are on par for class. Arm plays best at the second base position. Much more projectable in the infield than outfield at this stage.
Home to 1st: 4.47
Infield Velocity: 60
Outfield Velocity: 63
Exit Velocity: 74

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