Payton Faris

CLASS OF 2018

RHP
1B

Payton
Faris

Wheeling Jesuit University
Perrysburg (HS) • OH
6-5 • 187LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Total Baseball

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1/15/17
Very projectable frame at 6-foot-5, 187-pounds. 60-yard dash was a 8.22. Very projectable frame. On the mound the right-hander has fluidity to his delivery and does a nice job of getting in line to home plate with his lower half. Arm action is clean with average arm speed. Working through a high-3/4 slot he sat 74-75 mph with his fastball that had significant cut to it. Breaking ball has a 10/4 shape to it with solid depth and some sharpness to it. His bestoff speed pitch was his changeup. The pitch showed similar cut to his fastball with late downward movement. Moves well off the bag at first base. Gloves skills are there and he made all the plays in his evaluation. Could play lower. Threw across the infield with 67 mph arm strength. At the plate he remained fluid throughout his loading sequence. Bat getst through the zone on a downhill path. Barrel gets in and out of the zone quickly. Ball came off his bat well when he found the barrel. Top exit velocity was 79 mph.


10/15/16
Very projectable frame at 6-foot-5, 187-pounds. On the mound he has some rhythm to a delivery that requires some effort. Keeps his shoulders level and lands in line to home plate. Works through a near over the top slot with average arm speed. Fastball had substantial cut at times sitting 74-77 mph. His breaking ball had a 10/4 shape to it with late action. Solid pitch but will need to be in the zone more often with it. His best off speed pitch was his changeup that had late sink and fade to it. He was able to maintain fastball arm speed as the pitch came in anywhere from 69-70 mph.

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