Zachary Cameron
Zachary Cameron
Zachary Cameron
Zachary Cameron
Zachary Cameron
Zachary Cameron

CLASS OF 2019

RHP
3B

Zachary
Cameron

Niagara
Bishop Ryan (HS) • ON
5-11 • 200LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Fieldhouse Pirates

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2.19.18
Cameron had one of the more impressive showings at the Ontario New Year Open. A strong and muscular two-way player, who projects to be a better fit on the mound, the six-foot, 200-pound Cameron has a thick lower half and a smooth, athletic 3/4 delivery. Fastball touched 87 mph with downward action to his arm side, Cameron was able to show the ability to spot his FB. Changeup works well off his fastball, with similar arm action, and good fading action down and into right handers between 76-79mph. Good feel for curveball, which shows 11/5 shape at 70-73mph. Early on in the preseason, the 2019 class man has shown the ability to throw three different pitches for strikes and has the potential to be a real breakout candidate this summer.
4.14.18 
Cameron had one of the more impressive showings at the Ontario New Year Open. A strong and muscular two-way player, who projects to be a better fit on the mound, the six-foot, 200-pound Cameron has a thick lower half and a smooth, athletic 3/4 delivery. Fastball touched 87mph with downward action to his arm side, Cameron was able to show the ability to spot his FB. Changeup works well off his fastball, with similar arm action, and good fading action down and into right handers between 76-79mph. Good feel for curveball, which shows 11/5 shape at 70-73mph. Early on in the preseason, the 2019 classman has shown the ability to throw three different pitches for strikes and has the potential to be a real breakout candidate this summer. 
11.3.17
Cameron has had himself a coming out party this year on the mound and although the numbers from SCout Day were not his best, he still shows the tools and actions  you look for in the strong 5-foot-11, 200-pound frame. Cameron swung the bat with intent and authority from a slightly open stance and small stride. He will cut his swing off at times but did show strength and some bat speed with a 92 mph exit velo. Adequate defender who looks to play the corners either in the infield or outfield but profiles best on the mound with a loose, 3/4 arm with whippy actions and has been up to 85 mph in the past. He throws strikes with all three pitches and creates natural movement which induces weak contact and balls on the ground. A busy summer, Cameron will look to have a strong winter and come out firing with some impressive numbers in 2018. 
8.4.17
Cameron was smooth in his delivery and arm action vs. Team Michigan in his 2 innings of work. Threw three pitches, all with good action and movement to his pitches. Fastball worked at 82-84 from near low-3/4 slot with arm side run. Curveball has tight spin and late action at 70-72 while the changeup had diving action and made quality pitches, generating poor swings. It's easy out the hand, with rhythm and regular effort, repeats his delivery well and has more to come from a velocity standpoint. Solid outing for Cameron and one to keep a close watch on as a 2019 grad. 

2.20.17
One of the surprises of the camp, Cameron is a 2019 with current strength at 5-foot-11, 200-pounds. A two-way player, Cameron put up numbers all day. Ran a 60 time of 7.23 with regular effort while he showed off his arm strength in the infield as he was 85 mph across the diamond. Hands made the plays as he profiles as more of a third baseman. At the plate, starts in a balanced position from the right side, small stride to launch position, hands are quiet with no load, caught balls out front and worked up the middle and to pull side, believe there is more in backside and lower half with swing and still had exit velocity of 87 mph. On the mound, Cameron showed a loose and whippy arm from clean 3/4 arm slot. Fastball worked in 84-85 mph range and at times was able to work down in the zone creating good tilt and quality strikes. Threw some really good changeups at 74-76 mph with arm side run, feel was there and has ability to work well off his fastball. Curveball was 69-72 mph and had late action with 11/5 shape. At times left up in zone but proper action was there and looks to be a pitch that will continue to improve over time. This 2019 grad is on the right path with strong base and should be one of the better players in his age group this year. Will be follow for us and should be for college coaches. 
60-Yard Dash: 7.23
Exit Velocity: 87
INF Velocity: 85
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