Luke Beeler
Luke Beeler

CLASS OF 2025

C
1B

Luke
Beeler

Holland Hall (HS) • OK
6-0 • 195LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Orlando Scorpions

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2025 National

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10/24/21

Body: 6-0, 190-pounds. Mature and physical frame with present strength.
Hit: RHH. Slightly open stance with an athletic posture.  Hands get set quietly into position with hands back deep and a vertical bat angle.  Slow loads into the lower half with strong linear push into a firm front leg.  Quiet set up with repeatable rhythm  Hands work short and direct to the ball.  Good overall bat speed and hand speed.  Level bat path with good extension.  Whippy barrel and shows the ability to drive the ball to all fields with power. 
Power: 97.99 max exit velocity, averaged 87.01 mph. 338’ max distance. Very good strength at contact with strong power potential. 
Arm: RH. C - 75 mph. INF - 79 mph.  High 3/4 arm slot with a short and quick arm action.
Defense: Behind the plate receives the ball with one knee in the dirt and strong wrists.  Feet work in good rhythm with quick hip turn on throws to second.  Throws had good carry and accuracy to the bag.  Shows proper blocking technique with good posture.  In the infield shows active feet and a feel for glove action.  Fields the ball out in front of the body and shows good footwork around the bag.
Run: 7.53 runner in the 60. 

10/24/21

Body: 6-0, 190-pounds. Mature and physical frame with present strength. 
Hit: RHH. Slightly open stance with an athletic posture.  Hands get set quietly into position with hands back deep and a vertical bat angle.  Slow loads into the lower half with strong linear push into a firm front leg.  Quiet set up with repeatable rhythm  Hands work short and direct to the ball.  Good overall bat speed and hand speed.  Level bat path with good extension.  Whippy barrel and shows the ability to drive the ball to all fields with power.   
Power: 97.99 max exit velocity, averaged 87.01 mph. 338’ max distance. Very good strength at contact with strong power potential.   
Arm: RH. C - 75 mph. INF - 79 mph.  High 3/4 arm slot with a short and quick arm action. 
Defense: 1.97-2.02 pop times. Behind the plate receives the ball with one knee in the dirt and strong wrists.  Feet work in good rhythm with quick hip turn on throws to second.  Throws had good carry and accuracy to the bag.  Shows proper blocking technique with good posture.  In the infield shows active feet and a feel for glove action.  Fields the ball out in front of the body and shows good footwork around the bag. 
Run: 7.53 runner in the 60.  

7/28/21

Body: 6-foot, 180-pound physical frame for the 2025 class with room to add strength in the future.

Hit: RHH.  At the plate starts with a slightly open stance and upright posture.  Hands get set at shoulder height with a high back elbow.  Slight arm-bar posture in lead hand.  Small weight shift into back side with good back side turn linearly through the swing into a firm front leg.  Rotational upper body with some strength at contact.  Gets good extension even with a top hand strong path. Very good balance throughout the swing.  Strong power potential in the future.

Power: 83 mph exit velocity off the tee and 95 mph exit velocity in BP.

Arm: RH.  C-73 mph.  Short arm action with hand working tight to the mask and good extension through the release for optimal backspin and carry.

Defense: Behind the plate shows strong receiving skills and quality blocking technique with some flexibility in the hips.   Works out of the crouch smoothly with clean transfers out of the glove to register pop times ranging from 2.04-2.22.  Good sized frame and projects to stay behind the plate in the future.

Run: 5.10 runner to first base.

Delivery: On the mound uses slow and methodical footwork around the rubber to a high balance point.  Hands break early at the top of the balance point with hand shooting straight back out of the glove.  Sits on a stacked backside then works to a short landing spot and rotates body over the plant foot.  Works from the middle of the rubber and strides directionally down the center of the slope.

Arm Action: Over the top arm slot with short arm action on the back side and strong recoil at release.

FB: 76-79 mph, very high release point and gets an average of 21 inches of vertical break providing strong riding life through the zone.

CB: 62-64 mph, short and early break with tight spin and lands it in the zone for strikes.

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