Nathan klonowski
Nathan klonowski

CLASS OF 2020

C
RHP

Nathan
klonowski

Revere (HS) • OH
6-0 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: OHio Elite 16U

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2020 National

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1/12/19
Body Type:
6-foot, 185-pound strong, athletic frame.
Hit: Righty swinger that starts in a balanced setup. Nice, easy load with balanced launch. Compact stroke, staying inside the ball well. More present strength than speed through the zone.
Power: 88 mph exit velocity. Gap to gap pop with flashes of power to come.
Offensive Projection: Middle of lineup.
Run: 7.68 60-yard dash.
Field: 1.97-2.03 pop times. Physical presence back there with a big arm. Looks the part. Showed decent in bullpens as well.
Throw: 76 mph to second base.
Defensive Projection: C 

2/16/18

6-foot, 185 pound right-handed pitching prospect had a sturdy build to him. Klonowski throws with an over the top arm slot with smooth tempo throughout delivery. Does a nice job keeping weight back generating positive energy downhill and follows through well with his finish. Fastball was 77-79 mph with slight arm side run to it. His curveball showed late break and located it effectively at 65-66. Throws a developing changeup at 68-70 mph. Defensively in the infield showed softer hands with average fielding ability. Footwork is developing as he takes better angles to attack the ball. Showed nice arm strength for his class at 76 mph across the diamond and was accurate. Behind the dish he showed fluid, easy actions. Gets out of his mid crouch showing smooth feet. Tends to fade to third base line a bit during transfer. Arm is compact with some whip to it. Solid catch and throw guy for class. A right-handed hitter that starts in a balanced setup. Hands stays loose and fluid through his leg kick load and stride. Bat travels on a level path to contact showing more present strength than speed to his hands. Klonowski impressed with his feel for the barrel and ability to use the entire field. More of a line drive threat than a gap guy presently but that could change as bat speed catches up to strength with maturity.

Pop Times: 2.01-2.12

Catcher Velocity: 75

Infield Velocity: 76

Exit Velocity: 85


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