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CLASS OF 2015

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Ross
Adolph


Van Buren (HS) • OH
6' 1" • 195LBS
L/R • 27yr 6mo

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6/2/14
6-foot-1, 195-pound prospect. Projects as a corner outfield type. Best tool is his bat. LH starts from an athletic stance. Uses a short, compact load. Good use of his lower half. Generates quick bat speed through the zone with pull power in his swing. Top exit velocity of 87 mph. From the outfield, he reached a top velocity of 78 mph. Long arm action and tendency to throw uphill. Ran a 7.00 60.

2/17/14
Adolph put himself on the map with this event. Relatively unknown at this stage, Adolph is one of the hidden gems tucked away in Northwest Ohio. You won't find him on the travel circuit as he plays legion baseball. The left-handed hitter has a big time swing. Starting in an athletic stance, he uses an explosive lower half. His hands stay through the zone and he consistently gets extension. He showed a fluid rhythm as the ball jumped off his bat to all fields. With big time power, he should become one of Ohio's top recruited power bats in the Class of 2015. At this stage, he projects as a corner outfielder. His arm is playable, but likely positions him best in left field. He showed good foot speed, but pending his college destination, he could potentially make the shift to first base as well.

7/27/12
Registered a 7.11 60-yard dash. Uses short arm action through high ¾ arm slot. Reaches top velocity of 70 mph. Needs to improve fluidity of footwork and quickness of exchange. At the plate, the left-handed hitter starts with slightly open stance and short stride. Achieves good torque and use of his lower half. Takes slight uphill path to the ball will pull tendencies and line drive production.  

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