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Notre Dame Cathedral Latin (HS) • OH
6' 0" • 195LBS
R/R • 22yr 11mo
Travel Team: Release


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Sep 6, 2019
Max FB
91 - 91
Scout Day: Release 2.17.19
Feb 17, 2019
Max FB
85 - 86
75 - 76
74 - 75

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Noah has steadily gotten better over the past calendar year. At this same event last year he sat 81-83 mph with the fastball and in the winter he was 85-86 mph. On this day the 6-foot right-hander ran it up to 89 mph and was consistently 87-88 mph. Also flashed a changeup that he was able to locate in the zone. Hitters couldn’t get on the fastball and he was able to freeze with the slider. Very impressive outing, striking out four of the five hitters he faced. Stock will be on the rise after this performance. 


2Body Type: 6-foot, 205-pound physical frame.
Mechanical/Delivery Notes: ¾ right-hander with a loose, whippy arm. Athletic movement patterns out there with feel for the zone.
Fastball: 85-86 mph. Pitch is heavy with quality run.
Curveball: 75-76 mph. Sharp, tight action on the 11/5 spinner. Quality offering that has some swing and miss to it presently.
Changeup: 74-75 mph.  Good arm speed on the offering that has late,  sharp action to it. Very impressive pitch.
Pitchability: In the zone with all three for the most part.
Additional Comments: Much improved since we’ve seen him last. Fills up the zone with quality offerings. Tosses nothing straight.


A right-handed pitching prospect in the 2020 class. Very solid performance. Arkenburg uses an uptempo delivery that requires some effort. Drop and drive type that gets down the mound well. Long back arm action through a high-¾ slot. Ball jumps out of his hand,offering a heavy fastball and sharp breaking ball. Fastball was anywhere from 83-86 mph with late life in the zone. Breaker moves on an 11/5 plane with present depth and sharpness. Well above average offering.


6-foot, and 195-pound. Arkenburg is a long limbed, sturdy right hander who uses a delivery that requires a little more than moderate effort. Uses a drop and drive style while being aggressive with the lower half and occasionally falling off to 1B. Balls comes out of a high-¾ slot after a long, loose arm action. Fastball showed some arm side run and worked between 81-83 mph. The curveball is a very nice secondary offering. Throw with a near 12/6 shape this pitch is sharp with depth at 70-73 mph. The pitch shows power potential as it is spun tight and feel continues to evolve. With some cleaning up and more efficient use of the lower half a velo jump is to be expected.


A long-limbed right-hander on the mound the right-hander uses a slower paced tempo to a delivery that requires some effort. Flows through his chest high leg lift into his drop and drive load, landing mostly in line to home plate. Arm is long and loose as it travels through a high-¾ slot. Arm strength is above average for class. Fastball will stay mostly true through the zone at 80-82 mph. Breaking ball is sharp with depth, working on an 11/5 plane at 70-71 mph. Spins the pitch well creating enough depth for deception and action to miss barrels. Completing his repertoire is his 70-71 mph changeup. The pitch shows potential with present run/dive.  Should only continue to get better as he looks to have more physical maturation left. At the plate the right-hander that starts in a tall, open setup. Uses a fluid leg kick load while hands move slightly back to launch. Posses a balanced combination of strength and bat speed, both being above average tools. Plane has some natural loft allowing him to lift the ball without sacrificing natural tools. Middle of the lineup type bat. In the infield he uses quick feet, taking direct routes to the baseball. Glove is reliable, making all the plays in his defensive evaluation. Lateral mobility is fringy for the spot.

60-yard dash: 7.94
Infield Velocity: 74
Exit Velocity: 92


A right-handed hitter that starts in an open, athletic setup. Gets back to even through a leg kick load and controlled stride. Hands stay rhythmic as they move back to launch. Path has some natural loft and barrel gets through contact with authority. Bat speed is also an above average tool. Showed middle of the lineup potential down the road. At third base he uses direct footwork approaching the baseball. Fields in the middle of his body. Does a nice job playing under control. Lateral mobility and arm fit the position. On the bump the right-hander has an uptempo delivery that requires regular effort. Does a nice job of incorporating his lower half during his stride. Arm action is longer with above average arm speed. Fastball gets out of his hand well and is heavier than velocity suggests. Looks to have more velocity in the tank. Complements his fastball with his 10/4 shaped breaking ball. The pitch was very sharp at times, showing signs of swing and miss to it.

FB: 76-80
CB: 65-67
60-yard Dash: 7.94
Infield Velocity: 74
Exit Velocity: 90


6-foot, 188 pound prospect with an athletic build. On the mound, the righty throws from a ¾ arm slot with a long and loose arm action. His delivery is fluent with a smooth rhythm. His fastball displays slight side to side movement while staying downhill. His curveball comes in on an 11-5 tilt with some sharpness. The changeup is still developing, but he showcases similar arm speed to the fastball.

FB: 75-79
CB: 63-68
CH: 68-71


An athletically built right-handed pitching prospect with a 6-foot-0, 180-pound frame. Showed fluidity to his delivery that requires some effort. Uses longer arm action with definite looseness to his arm. Tilts his shoulders for leverage and lands on line at foot strike. Fastball had run at times while sitting 77-79 mph. Breaking ball had gradual break with an 11/5 shape at 63-68 mph. Showed some feel for his changeup, while maintaining fastball arm speed.


Ran a 4.81 from home to first.A third baseman that uses a high ¾ slot to throw     Tends to play flat footed. Would be aided by creating angles with his footwork prior to fielding.  Made all the plays in his evaluation. Threw across the infield with 76 mph arm strength. At the plate he incorporates a double tap load and brings his hands to launch position during stride. Weight stays on back leg at contact producing an uphill path. Showed strength through contact and the ball came off his bat well. Top exit velocity was 85 mph. On the mound the right-hander has some fluidity to his delivery while working through a near over the top slot. Arm speed is above average. Fastball was heavy with late run and sink, while sitting 73-76 mph. Spins an 11/5 shaped with some sharpness on an 11/5 plane. Needs to be more consistently in the zone with the pitch. Also showed a changeup, maintaining fastball arm speed.

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