Quinton Morris
Quinton Morris
Quinton Morris
Quinton Morris

CLASS OF 2019

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Quinton
Morris

Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Moeller (HS) • OH
6-1 • 211LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Brownlee Lookouts
2019 National

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6/5/18
College coaches in need of a ‘19 catcher should take a hard look at morris. Can really catch and throw while also showing above average blocking/receiving abilities. Offers unusual athleticism back there. Also is a middle of the lineup type bat with a compact stroke and gap abilities. Solid follow with scholarship potential. 

7/26/16
6-foot, 190-pound catching prospect. Behind the plate he showed quickness to both his footwork and his transfer, registering pop times between 2.03-2.21. Throws were mostly on target with 73 mph arm strength to second base. Showed the willingness to block in game action with average receiving skills. At the plate he uses a leg kick/bat tip combo for his load with some rhythm to it. Bat gets through the zone on a slightly uphill path with definite strength through contact. Top exit velocity was 84 mph and he ran a 7.82 60-yard dash. 

 

1/31/16
6-foot, 190-pound thick build. The young prospect looked impressive behind the plate. using good footwork to get in line to second base and a quick transfer his pop times ranged from 2.03-2.12. With short, clean arm action he threw with 73 mph arm strength to second base. At the plate he does an excellent job of generating energy into contact with his lower half. in batting practice he really go into some balls into his pull side, driving them with authority. 
1/18/16
6-foot, 190-pound thick build. A right-handed hitter that start with an open, athletic stance. Uses minimal movement with his hands and a very efficient knee pinch load to gather his weight with his lower half. Does an excellent job of using his legs to create forward energy. Hands tend to get tied up at times but consistently produced line drives in batting practice. Registered an exit velocity of 76 mph. Behind the plate he starts in an athletic, low crouch position. Does a good job of getting his feet in line to second with an average transfer. Pop times ranged from 2.1-2.17. Throws from a 3/4 arms slot with 70 mph arm strength to second base. Ran a 7.96 60 yard dash. 
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