Charlie Varriano
Charlie Varriano
Charlie Varriano
Charlie Varriano

CLASS OF 2017

3B
OF

Charlie
Varriano

Patrick Henry CC
Hempfield Area (HS) • PA
5-11 • 205LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Team All*American

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2/14/16 5-foot-11, 205-pound right-handed hitter. Ran a 7.04 60-yard dash and posted 92-mph exit velocity. Relaxed set-up from square stance and just opens front foot slightly in place with heel-raise stride. Simple approach with short path to the ball and his hands work. At times, in the past, his back elbow has crept up on him, but he is doing a better job of keeping it at or below his hands in recent months. Defensively, he exhibits good hands, follows his throws well, and continues to show incremental arm strength gains (up to 84-mph this event).

11/7/15 5-foot-11, 195-pound right-handed hitter. Hit from a square stance with very short, heel-raise stride and kept head still throughout. Minimal load with hands essentially starting from a standstill, but he flashes batspeed (90-mph exit velocity) and he hits through contact well. Ran a 7.12 60-yard dash. Defensively, he showcased solid feet and hands, gained ground well toward his target, and posted 83-mph arm strength across the diamond.

8/1/15 Varriano ran a 7.19 60-yard dash and flashed an 82 mph arm from the outfield at the PBR Future Games. The 5-foo-11, 195-pound 3B/OF participated as an outfielder as a member of Team Pennsylvania and showcased a 94 mph bat exit velocity from the right side of the plate. While Varriano went hitless in game action, he displayed his loose, handsy swing in batting practice with significant barrel whip that projects for continued offensive success.

6/17/15 5-foot-11, 195-pound right-handed hitter. Hit from slightly closed stance with short stride and high back elbow. Balanced swing with good bat speed, hands work and head stays very still. Posted an in-game 4.47 home-to-1B time. Showcased 90-mph exit velocity and 82-mph arm strength during workout. Moved well defensively, showing a soft glovehand and good range to the line.
2/14/15 Varriano continued to impress with loose hands and advanced barrel whip (93 mph bat exit velocity). The right-handed hitter starts from a slightly open stance with a high hands load. Varriano uses no stride and clears his hips well allowing his hands to work freely. He has shown steady progress defensively showcasing solid footwork and an 81 mph arm across the diamond on this date. The sophomore moves very well (6.84 60-yard dash) and could easily make the move to a corner outfield spot at some point in the future.

7/8/14 Varriano ran a 7.66 60-yard dash and showed capable defensive actions at 3B with a 76 mph arm across the diamond. The right-handed hitter has advanced abilities for a prospect his age with looseness to his hands. The 5-foot-9, 185-pound sophomore showcased a bat exit velocity of 87 mph and the ability to barrel the baseball routinely with gap power to both sides of the field.
6/25/14 Varriano showcased advanced offensive abilities from the right side of the plate going 3-for-6 with a double and a triple in game play during the course of the two day event. The 5-foot-9, 185-pound 3B/OF displayed loose hands and a direct path to the baseball out of a square stance with a bat exit velocity of 86 mph. Varriano flashed some gap power with both extra base hits traveling to the wall in left center field. The sophomore ran a 7.51 60-yard dash and displayed a soft glove hand at 3B with developing arm strength. Varriano showcased the ability to make all plays with throws of 78 mph across the diamond. As he continues to develop physically Varriano will be a high follow among corner infielders in the PA Class of 2017.
1/12/14 Varriano displayed an advanced approach at the plate and an 86 mph bat exit velocity. The right-handed hitter displayed good balance throughout his swing and an explosive lower half. He barreled baseballs routinely and made consistent hard contact with signs of some power potential during his round of batting practice. The 5-foot-9, 185-pound freshman turned in a 4.63 home-to-1B time and showcased a 68 mph arm across the diamond. He will need to develop additional arm strength, but showed athletic actions and a soft glove hand defensively.
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