Parker McDaniels
Parker McDaniels
Parker McDaniels
Parker McDaniels
Parker McDaniels
Parker McDaniels




Olentangy Berlin (HS) • OH
6-1 • 200LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Cincy Flames 2024


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Parker McDaniels: C/RHP, (2024) Olentangy Berlin, OH. 6-foot-1, 195-pound. Confident in the box, the right-handed hitter's best exit velocity was 81 mph. (65.90 mph bat speed average). (18.05 mph hand speed average). Starts in an athletic stance with a smooth load, then uses a controlled stride. Bat speed is above average, shows a loose level swing plane and good extension on his finish. In his round he found multiple barrels with a lot of loud contact. Gap to gap approach. Behind the plate, throw downs to second were maxed at 75 mph; has soft hands, quick athletic feet, and a natural quick transfer. displayed his ability to control the run game with a pop time of 1.88-1.97. Some flexibility and athletic setup. Had a compact arm action and decent accuracy to the bag. Recorded a 60 time of 7.62 at the event. On the mound, showed quick arm speed with a clean arm action and a high ¾ arm angle. Up-tempo type pitcher and uses some effort. Sat with his fastball at 78-83 mph. Shows running sinking action. (Max spin 2235; Avg 2065). His changeup (70-72) showed sinking fading action. Throws a sharp 10/4 slider (67-69). (Max spin 2206; Avg 2117). 


Parker McDaniels: C/RHP, (2024) Olentangy Berlin, OH. 6-foot-1, 195-pound. Solid in the box, Mcdaniels had an exit velocity of 82 mph. Started in a balanced athletic stance with a quick controlled load, then used a leg kick. Found some barrels through his round. Behind the plate, throw downs to second topped out at 72 mph; has soft hands, athletic quick feet, and a quick clean exchange. had quick feet and transfers on his throw downs, recording a 1.94-2.01 pop time. Has calm setup. During the event, recorded a 60 time of 8.03.


6-foot, 185-pound athletic body frame. Defensively he has above average glove skills for his class at both positions. From behind the dish he has good, fluid footwork and a clean exchange that produced pop times of 2.03-2.31 and a velocity of 71 mph. From the infield he has fluidness and athleticism to his footwork while approaching the ground balls. Fields with softness to his hands throwing with a clean arm action through a ¾ slot reaching a velocity of 75 mph. On the mound he will mix up his tempo for deception, throwing with regular effort to his delivery, landing more closed at foot strike. Has has some quickness that is developing with his arm speed through a ¾ slot. Has good command of all his pitches. Fastball has arm-side, sinking movement at times ranging from 73-78 mph. Curveball has an 11/5 shape with good depth and sharpness to it, good projection to the pitch as velocity increases, presently sitting at 64-66 mph. Changeup is thrown with good arm speed at 66-68 mph. Right-handed hitter starts from a slightly open stance using a leg kick to initiate his lower half and strides back to even at foot strike. Hands have a short, fluid load moving to his back shoulder swinging with a mostly level bat path through the zone and finishes his swing with a one-handed follow through. Showed the ability to hit the ball to all parts of the field during his round of BP while reaching an exit velocity of 81 mph. Had a good showing offensively during game play when he went 3-4 with three singles all to different sides of the outfield. Ran an 8.32 60-yard dash.


Swing Mechanics: Right-handed hitter that starts in a wider stance. Simple hands during his double tap timing trigger.
Hit: Slightly downhill path with noticeable strength to hands. Bat speed also plays as a solid tool for class. Worked the middle to opposite field for the most part but flashes some pull side authority. Generates natural backspin to both gaps.
Power: Easy gap abilities.
Offensive Projection: Middle of lineup.
Field: Easy, fluid actions behind the plate. Looks the part back there. Above average catch/throw guy and receiver for class.
Throw: Clean arm that will support easy velo gains with maturity. 

A righty swinger that starts in a balanced setup. Goes with a simple load that leads to a back leg launch, path is uphill with impressive feel for contact. Natural tools are developing. Would be aided by launching from a more balanced setup to level out path and create more energy with lower half. Behind the dish he registered pop times of 2.21-2.27 and threw with 64 mph arm strength to home plate.

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