Jonathan Henry
Jonathan Henry




Muskegon CC
Brooklin (HS) • ON
6-2 • 210LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Ontario Yankees
2017 National

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Henry has changed his body and now is a sturdy and muscular 6-foot-2, 210-pounds. All numbers improved as he ran a lasered timed 7.33 in his 60-yard dash. Was 83 mph from first across the diamond and moved well enough to be an adequate defender at the next level. Bat speed and strength evident with 90 mph exit velocity, hands started up and closer to front side, created rhythm with load and looked to attack baseballs, was able to display some pull side pop in the cage. Off the mound is where we think Henry has his future. Like the way his arm works with clean actions in the back and quickness out front to his release point. Was able to pound his fastball in the zone and created some quality downhill plane at times sitting 84-86 during his session. Curveball was firm at 72-74 mph, at times would leave up and not able to get the action we believe he was looking for. Changeup showed fading action at 74 mph, at times would slow down arm which was noticeable, still showed feel for ball coming out of hand on his off speed stuff. The body and arm is there to have continued gains on the mound and improve his off speed pitches. Look for Henry to have a strong 2017 campaign and to continue his development in the right direction.
60-Yard Dash: 7.33
Exit Velocity: 90
INF Velocity: 83
Henry has come back after a leg injury made him miss most of 2015 and looks to be on the right path. At 6-foot-1, 200-pounds, the right-hander has strength and will only get stronger. He works from a 3/4 arm slot with a slow tempo to his delivery, once he gets over the rubber, he then looks to explode upon separation. The fastball works in the 81-83 mph range with room to add velocity, he did show some late run on his fastball. The breaking ball was 67-68 mph and was at its best with late action and 11/5 break when he would get outfront and finish. Changeup was 73-74 mph with fading action. Expect more from Henry as he continues to add size and velocity, while refining his off-speed stuff. 

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