Trent Amann
Trent Amann
Trent Amann




Clermont Norteastern (HS) • OH
6-0 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CBC Black


2020 National

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2/17/19 Position

Body Type: 6-foot 185-pound prospect.

Swing Mechanics: Starts in a wider setup and uses a toe tap load. Slightly lunges forward once he gets his front foot down and shows a slight cast of the barrel with an on plane bat path.
Average bat to ball ability and barrel control.

Power: 84 mph exit velocity.

Offensive Projection: Shows some potential and could develop into more of a gap to gap threat if he can add strength to help his raw power.

Field: At 3B he showed decent footwork and average angles with good hands and a slow release.

Throw: 79 mph across the diamond.
4.59 home to first.

Defensive Projection: Current arm strength would prevent him from playing 3B or SS at the next level but shows enough athleticism to slide over to 2B or a corner OF spot.


Feet work well in the infield. Shows solid reactions and can create angles. Hands are soft and glove plays as an above average tool for class. Arm is fringy for the third base position at the next level but has time to develop strength. Looked very athletic on the move. A right-handed hitter that the plate that starts in a taller stance. Uses a knee pinch load while keeping hands simple until launch. Barrel accelerates on a level plane with above average strength and speed to hands. Swing is compact and he has feel for the barrel. Balances control and intent well. A pull side guy with gap pop.

Home to First: 4.43
Infield Velocity: 73
Exit Velocity: 85


Ran a 4.56 from home to first. At the plate he starts in a tall, open setup. Squares himself up through an aggressive stride. Lower half creates solid energy and regular timing. Swings with intent and doesn’t get cheated. Path has some natural loft to it, allowing him to lift the ball without sacrificing natural tools. Showed signs of power to come. Top exit velocity was 83 mph. In the infield he reacts well off the bat. Does a very nice job of controlling the hop he gets and playing through the baseball. Showed 74 mph arm strength to first base.

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