Ethan Hunt
Ethan Hunt
Ethan Hunt
Ethan Hunt

CLASS OF 2016

OF
RHP

Ethan
Hunt

Charleston (WV)
Regiopolis Notre Dame (HS) • ON
6-0 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Toronto Mets 18u

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2016 National

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8.27.15

The 5-foot-11, 175-pound utility player and pitcher has an athletic build and showed well all over the diamond. Off the mound Ethan showed late life on his fastball touching 84 mph and sitting 82-83 mph. Working very fast and going right at hitters, Hunt’s over the top arm slot gives him good feel for his 12/6 shaped curveball at 68-69 mph. Good actions on 76-77 mph changeup with arm side fade and depth. As a position player, Hunt kept a simple approach at the plate, hands start relaxed as he has a small stride and load. Foot gets down in time to hit and hands work with some quickness through the zone. Better swings when staying in the middle of the diamond, with and exit velocity was 82 mph. Ethan also runs a respectable 6.90 sixty-yard dash. Defensively, plays all over the infield, but projects as a second or third baseman. Arm was 83 mph across infield and 82 mph from the outfield with some effort involved, but has carry and accuracy. He has proper actions in the infield while maintaining good body control. Good reads off the bat and arm really plays in the outfield, accurate with life out the hand. Has the capabilities to pitch and play a position at the collegiate level, whether that is in the infield or outfield remains to be seen.


 



10.26.14
5-foot-10, 165-pound athletic build. Defensively, can play all over the infield, projects as second or third baseman. Arm was 80 mph across infield with some effort involved. Proper actions, fielded ball in middle of body, worked from high-¾ arm slot. Showed smooth actions going to his right. At the plate, keeps simple approach. Starts hands back with small stride and load. Foot down in time to hit. Hands work with some quickness, better when stayed up the middle. Exit velocity was 81 mph while Hunt ran the 40 in 5.28. 
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