Chance Noah
Chance Noah

CLASS OF 2021

1B
RHP

Chance
Noah

Red Oak (HS) • OK
6-0 • 172LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Sandlot Ubbenga

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2021 National

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9/08/19

A proportional 6-foot, 172-pound frame with room to add size and strength. On the mound, the right-hander works only from the stretch with a moderate leg kick before dipping down into a submarine delivery or staying tall and finishing to the dish. Arm action is long, full, and loose on both deliveries. Fastball sits in the upper 70s from he higher slot and ranges 68-70 from the submarine slot with consistent run and fade when down and some rising action when up in the zone. Slider shows some East-to-West shape at 60-63 mph, mostly strikes. In the game, Noah got weak contact from all four batters he faced. 

9/08/19

 A 6-foot, 172-pound proportional frame; 1B/RHP. At the plate, the right-handed hitter clocked an exit velocity of 88 mph. Starts in an open stance with a smooth load, then uses a short stride just before his swing. Bat speed was average, showed a flat swing plane and a high finish. In BP, shows a middle to pull approach, mostly flat, and mostly barrels. In the infield, his best throw was registered at 74 mph; had a quick exchange, consistent hands and developing feet. Using a loose arm action, he showed consistent accuracy to the bag from a high ¾ slot. In the 60-yard dash, his time was 7.27. 

5/19/18
A physically advanced 6-foot, 172-pound frame. On the mound, the right-hander works only from the stretch, using an athletic and up-tempo delivery that he repeats well. Arm action is quick in the back with moderate length before coming through an over the top slot with some arm speed. Fastball has downhill tilt, almost all strikes, at 77-78 mph. Curveball has big 11/5 shape with some late depth, 68-69 mph. Slider has shorter 11/5 action at 70-72 mph.

A physically advanced 6-foot, 172-pound frame with a defined lower half. Offensively, the right-handed hitter bats from a back leg heavy and open set-up with rhythm in his hands. Uses a small load and long stride before launching his hands on a flat path through extension with some bat speed and strength. In BP, shows a middle to opposite field and flat approach, mostly barrels, 79 mph exit velo. Runs a 7.37 second 60. Defensively, on the infield, shows above average actions all the way around. Throws from a short arm stroke coming through an over the top slot at 75 mph across the diamond.

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