Cole Abbott
Cole Abbott
Cole Abbott




Bixby (HS) • OK
6-3 • 200LBS • R/R
Travel Team: PWP
2022 National

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Body: 6-3, 200-pounds. Physical and mature frame with present strength.
Delivery: Smooth and methodical rocker style footwork around the rubber with good rhythm and pace.  Works to a mid height balance point with hands working quietly and breaking early from the glove.  High glove front side.  Works from the middle of the rubber and strides directionally down the center of the mound with good momentum and direction headed to the plate.  Lands to a slightly bent plant leg with chest over the front leg at release.
Arm Action: RH. High 3/4 arm slot with a loose and clean arm action.
FB: T89.29, 86.30-89.07 mph. Mostly straight shape with good riding life though the zone and strong spin. T2252, 2082 average rpm.
SL: 73.56-85.34 mph. Short and tight action with good spin and late east/west shape. T2176, 2019 average rpm.
SPLT: 77.1-76.5 mph. Strong downward depth with swing and miss potential.


A 6-foot-2, 190-pound durable frame. On the mound, the right-hander works from an average tempo delivery with rhythm that he reaped well. Uses a high and controlled leg kick before gliding down the mound and finishing to the dish. Arm action is clean, fluid, and controlled in the back before coming through an over the top slot with some arm speed, drops down to a ¾ slot for the two-seam. Fastball sits 77-81 mph with some downhill plane and some arm-side run on the two-seam, mostly strikes. Curveball shows 11/5 action with rolling action at 62-64 mph, mostly strikes. Changeup shows heavy sinking action at 61-62 mph, mostly strikes. 


Featured a large 6-foot-2, 190-pound frame with present strength and long, heavy actions. The right-handed hitter begins with a tall, open stance utilizing a high leg-kick to initiate a flat barrel path with weight shift into the zone. Showcased a whippy 85 mph bat-exit velocity with a strong lower half. Hits into a stiff front side with some visible fluidity in the hips. The first baseman displayed adequate feel around the bag while playing with a low center of gravity. Range to both sides coupled with a soft glove hand allowed for easy transfers and an accurate 76 mph arm-strength across the infield. Utilized a short takeaway and repeatable, high ¾ arm-slot. Registered an 8.01 60-yard dash.

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