Colby Rockacy
Colby Rockacy

CLASS OF 2019

2B
OF

Colby
Rockacy

California University of Pennsylvania
Keystone Oaks (HS) • PA
5-10 • 160LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Pittsburgh Diamond Dawgs

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10/08/17 Initiates swing from neutral set up with short stride staying neutral. Hands continue to work well to baseball and good balance is present. Separation is compromised by passive weight shift and early hand movement. There is some back elbow drift in front of hands creating drag as well as upper half dive. An 86 mph bat exit velocity was recorded and Rockacy was able to square multiple balls in bp.

Defensively actions are similar to those observed earlier in summer with considerable lateral quickness and range present at primary MI posiion. Benefit to be gained from concerted effort to play through baseball and gain ground while following throws.



5-foot-10, 160-pound left-handed hitter. Rockacy initiates swing from slightly open set up with short stride to neutral. Hands are quick, loose and work well to baseball. Head is still and there is balance and rhythm to swing. There is some hip sway and passive lower half turn following heel plant.  Swing played to solid batting practice contact. Rockacy would benefit from greater separation and staying behind baseball while incorporating a more aggressive hip turn.
Defensively, there is excellent lateral quickness and willingness to create hops and angles by attacking baseball. Hands are adequate and ball is played bottom up and out front.  Would benefit from following throws.  Arm strength was recorded at 78 mph on throws across the diamond. Rockacy demonstrated potential game changing speed running a 6.59 60-yard dash.
Showed willingness to catch ball at it's height during his outfield workout.  Would benefit by using his speed to consistently get behind and play through the baseball.
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