Mark Snowden
Mark Snowden
Mark Snowden
Mark Snowden
Mark Snowden




Taylor (HS) • OH
6-3 • 190LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CBC Marucci Blackhawks Snowden
2022 National

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Mark Snowden: OF/1B, (2022) Taylor, OH. 6-foot-3, 190-pound projectable athletic frame. Solid at the plate, Snowden had an exit velocity of 95 mph. Began in a tall open stance with a controlled smooth load, then used a short stride. He found multiple barrels during his rounds. Solid from the outfield, he made throws to the infield at velocities up to 78 mph; had soft hands, a clean fluid exchange, and athletic footwork. Out front fielding mechanics. In the 60-yard dash, recorded a time of 7.18. 


Mark Snowden: OF/1B, (2022) Taylor, OH. 6-foot-3, 190-pound projectable frame. Advanced during batting practice, the right-handed hitter displayed an exit velocity of 98 mph, Ranks #1 with EV at the event. Began in a balanced stance with a controlled load, then used a leg kick. Had a flat swing plane, explosive bat speed and good extension on his finish. Barreled up multiple balls during his round. Up the middle approach. Capable from the outfield, he made throws to the infield at velocities up to 78 mph; has sure hands, a clean exchange, and fluid feet. Showed a long arm action and a high ¾ slot. 


2/22/20 Position Player
Hit: Tall vertical swing with a slight leg lift that shifts his weight from back to front. Losses track of ball at times but puts together a mechanically sound swing.
Power: 95mph exit velo with a max distance of 308 feet.
Offensive Projection: Can hit anywhere in lineup, works gap to gap.
Field: Shows quick footwork but timing is off at times. Average arm with solid glove.
Throw: 78mph outfield velo.
Defensive Projection: Corner OF.


Body Type:  6-foot-3, 170-pound thin and athletic frame.

Swing Mechanics:  Tall set-up with a big leg kick and bat tip that get everything in sync.

Hit:  Long levers that swing with a lot of intent.  Has an uphill bat path with a pull side approach.  Stays inside the baseball well.
Power: 72.2 off the bat in BP. Flashed gao abilities.
Offensive Projection: Run producer ceiling. Has the frame and natural tools to do damage. More to come as he fills out.
Field: Plays with quick feet and good tempo in the outfield. Hands work well, showing above average ball skills for class. Does a nice job timing feet to get hop he wants prior to play through.
Throw: Near high-3/4 slot with more strength to come and present accuracy.
Defensive Projection: LF. 



Body Type: 6-foot-3 165-pound right-handed pitching prospect with a projectable frame.

Mechanical/Delivery Notes: Quick tempo delivery that has some funk to it. Balanced through lift with level shoulders and good direction down the mound Works out of a ¾ slot.

Fastball: 66-68 mph fastball shows occasional late sink and run.

Curveball: 50-53 mph curveball has a near 12/6 shape. The pitch shows early and has a gradual break.

Knuckleball: 49-51 mph knuckleball occasionally flashed light rotation and started to dance around the zone.

Pitchability: Fastball shows some late action but was often left up in the zone. Breaking ball has good shape but is more of a get over pitch at this stage. Threw strikes with the knuckleball.

Role: TBD



Body Type: 6-foot-3 165-pound prospect.

Swing Mechanics: Starts in a medium set up and uses a leg kick to initiate his load. Slightly casts his barrel. Takes a somewhat uphill bat path to the ball.

HIt: Good barrel control and bat to ball ability.

Power: 86 mph exit velocity
Offensive Projection:
Took one of the better rounds of batting practice at the event. Shows above average raw power for a 2022 with a solid swing and good ability to make solid contact. Should at least develop into a formidable gap to gap power threat while in high school.

Field: In the outfield he attacks the ball and plays through it well. Arm action was a little rough and his throws had below average carry on them.

Throw: 71 mph from the outfield.

Run: 4.91 home to first.

Defensive Projection: Presently would project as a corner OF guy, probably exclusively as a LF. 

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