Ethan Rone
Ethan Rone
Ethan Rone
Ethan Rone
Ethan Rone

CLASS OF 2022

3B
SS

Ethan
Rone

Choctaw (HS) • OK
6-0 • 195LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Sandlot Tulsa 17U

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6/01/21

Positional Profile: 3B/RHP

Body: 6-foot, 190-pound physical and athletic frame.

Hit: RHH.  At the plate starts with a neutral stance with weight pre-loaded on the back side.  Hands get set at slightly above shoulder height with a high back elbow.  Short leg lift stride with weight leaning on the back side through contact.  Strong top-hand with good hand speed and bat speed metrics off the Blast sensor.  Uphill bat path and likes to play the ball up in the air.  Shows some current strength at contact with future power potential. 

Power: 91 mph exit velocity off the tee and 94 mph exit velocity during BP.

Arm: RH.  INF-87 mph.  ¾ arm slot with good hand speed and hand working across the chest to control the height of the throw.

Defense: In the infield attacks the ball with short and choppy steps under control with momentum working towards the target.  Fields the ball with soft hands and a feel for glove action out in front of the body.  Shows good lateral agility and clean/quick transfers out of the glove.

Run: 7.36 runner in the 60.

Delivery: Utilizes short steps around the rubber to work up into the high balance point with the lead leg.  Rotates body off of back leg with short stride down the center of the rubber.  Slight shoulder tilt upwards and coil into the balance point.  Good body control throughout the delivery.

Arm Action: High ¾ arm slot with short arm action on the back end and arm working across the body at release.  

FB: 83-86 mph, very heavy arm side run slight sinking action.

SL: 71-73 mph, tight spinning 9/3 shape with strong 2224 avg spin rate.

2/02/20

A physically advanced 5-foot-11, 195-pound frame with strength. On the mound, the right-hander works from an average tempo delivery with rhythm and a high up, down, and out leg kick before striding to the dish and finishing slightly to the first base side. Arm action is very fast with moderate length in the back before coming through a near over the top slot. Fastball keeps its plane at 80-82 mph, mostly strikes. Curveball shows consistent depth and solid spin at 63-64 mph, mostly strikes. Changeup keeps its plane at 77-78 mph.

2/02/20

Showcased a physically advanced 5-foot-11, 195-pound frame with athleticism and strength in his actions. The right-handed hitter begins with an even stance utilizing a repeatable lift-and-replace stride to initiate a slightly uphill barrel path into the hitting zone. Created whip with the barrel with advanced hand speed at contact point. Showed advanced feel for a strong lower half with quick rotational power, evidenced by a 92 mph bat-exit velocity off the tee. Recorded a 7.63 60-yard dash. The primary third baseman featured adequate footwork arriving on time to the baseball with regularity. A moderately soft glove hand played out in front yielding accurate 82 mph arm-strength across the diamond out of a fluid, high ¾ arm-slot.

12/15/19

A physically advanced 5-foot-11, 195-pound frame with strength. On the mound, the right-hander works from a slightly up tempo delivery with rhythm and a high leg kick before gliding down the mound and finishing to the first base side. Arm action is quick, fluid and clean before coming through a high-¾ slot with quickness. Fastball sits 79-81 touching 82 mph, flashing arm side run, mostly strikes. Curveball morphs between 11/5 and 10/4 shape at 64-68 mph with some depth for consistent strikes. Changeup is advanced with consistent fade and sink thrown with full arm speed at 74-76 mph, mostly strikes.

12/15/19

Displayed a large and durable 5-foot-11, 195-pound frame with a strong lower half and feel for his body. The right-handed hitter begins with a quiet, even setup utilizing a lift-and-replace stride to initiate advanced barrel whip through a slightly uphill path into the hitting zone. Advanced sink into a physical lower half coupled with feel for his hands allowed for an easy, violent stroke off the tee. Demonstrated comfortability peppering the pull-side gap with some lift while registering a 92 mph bat-exit velocity. Recorded a 7.41 60-yard dash. The primary third baseman showcased a low center of gravity with long, fluid movements allowing for range to both sides. A soft glove hand that worked through the ball created momentum yielding accurate 81 mph arm-strength across the diamond with carry out of a repeatable, high ¾ arm-slot. 


6/11/19

A durable 5-foot-11, 185-pound frame durable frame with some strength. Offensively, the right-handed hitter bats from a balanced, even, and athletic set up with some rhythm in his hands. Uses almost no body load with an arm bar before pulling his hands through an uphill path with bat speed. In BP, shows a pull approach with lift and consistent pop, some barrels, 86 mph exit velo. Runs a 7.61 60. Defensively shows deliberate footwork with some softness in his hands. Throws with a short arm stroke coming through a ¾ slot  with accuracy at 76 mph across the diamond.

5/29/18
A physically advanced 5-foot-10, 166-pound frame with strength for his age. Offensively the right-handed hitter bats from an open and upright stance with some rhythm in his hands. Uses a moderate leg kick and a slight barrel tip, with an uphill path through extension, 77 mph exit velo. Runs a 7.27 60. Defensively,  shows aggressive actions with some stiffness. Throws from a ¾ slot with a short arm stroke with some accuracy at 74 mph. On the mound, the right-hander pitches from an abbreviated wind-up with average tempo and a moderate leg kick. Arm action is full and fluid in the back, coming through a high-¾ slot. Fastball keeps its plane at 79-81 mph, some strikes. Slider sits 61-66 mph with some depth. Changeup shows sink at 69-72 mph. Knuckleball has some dance at 60-63.

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