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Heartland CC
Huron Heights Secondary School (HS) • ON
6' 0" • 170LBS
R/R • 25yr
Travel Team: Great Lake Canadians


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6-foot, 161-pound righty with room to get stronger. Off the mound topped out 84 mph showing command with the fastball. Worked both sides of the plate from ¾ arm slot. Short action in the back and is able to get out-front. Curveball was 70-72 mph with late action and11/5 shape. Changeup was 74 mph and had some running action to it. Pounded the zone with life to all pitches. Repeats delivery. Defensively, showed average hands in the field. Arm was 78 mph and made all the plays. At the plate, hits from a slightly open stance, quiet load and is on time. Shows some bat speed with an exit velocity of 81 mph, gets the head out at the plate, at times can get long and hyper extend. Overall solid player, will only get better, like what he can do on the mound, athletic player.
5-foot-11, 154-pound average frame with some athleticism. Should be able to add strength and size once he physically matures. On the mound, Burkhart threw from a ¾ arm slot with good tempo to his delivery. Stayed online with delivery while showing good arm speed. Fastball had some life, topping out at 81 mph with the ability to project more. Curveball had late break, thrown with good arm speed and worked between 69-72 mph. Changeup had some arm side run while sitting at 72-75 mph, needs to take a little off as it is too close to his fastball speed. Hides the ball well and had minimal effort, good looking 2017 prospect with arm speed and good feel for off-speed. Offensively, Burkhart ran a 4.70 from home to first with average effort. At the plate, starts in a slight crouched position with his hands by back shoulder. Base is spread just past shoulder width while staying closed. Minimal stride with small load in his hands. Bat path and hands work slightly down to ball. Can involve backside more at times, hands can roll over early. Exit velocity was 83 mph and was quiet and balanced. Defensively, would let the ball get deep at times. Can improve footwork and transfer. Showed average hands with a quick arm from a ¾-arm slot. Velocity across the diamond was 78 mph. 

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