Eli Sutton
Eli Sutton
Eli Sutton
Eli Sutton
Eli Sutton
Eli Sutton

CLASS OF 2022

C
3B

Eli
Sutton

Knoch (HS) • PA
5-10 • 220LBS • R/R
Travel Team: FTB Mid-Atlantic

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6/13/21

Physical: Strong/compact 5-foot-10, 220lb frame with an improved body over the past couple looks. 7.67 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH - Wide, slightly open stance with the hands starting loose above the shoulder, by the ear. Utilized an easy, rhythmic lift and replace stride on time with a stretched move slightly backwards. Wide attack at the land, launching through a slightly uphill path with lift after impact; posted strong pull-side swings over the course of his batting practice round (T89 mph bat-exit velocity via Trackman). Solid rotational scores and consistent bat to ball skills with natural connection in the box, though the ball was mostly on the ground on this date.

Defensively: The backstop worked hard for his pitchers operating between left knee down and traditional positions in the crouch; pop times ranged from 2.00-2.10 with pre-catch rhythm and a higher stance at the receive (T72 mph arm, ¾ slot, quick release). Big frame that stuck pitches with down chest angles over the plate during blocking phase allowing for recovery abilities.


2/07/21

Physical: Large and durable 5-foot-10, 220-pound frame with strength in all facets of the game. 7.40 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH - Loose, slightly bent stance with a low hand position to start. Utilized a stretch backward coupled with a controlled leg lift stride with good control of the timing mechanism; released the bat head through a fluid, slightly vertical attack allowing for a solid 40% line drive rate coupled with a 91 mph peak bat-exit velocity per Trackman Baseball. Keeps moving smoother and smoother each time we see him, feel for the game continues to rise. Mostly middle-pull approach with ability to stay behind the baseball at impact, scored well in all four Blast Motion measurables, especially in the rotational acceleration department (18.4 G’s) hinting at a solid power ceiling down the line. 

Defensively: The primary backstop featured a narrow setup from the crouch with quality receiving skills; pop times ranged from 2.11-2.19 while getting straight line from a low postured position, held good drive in the leg in the catch and throw phase allowing for an accurate 73 mph arm from the crouch. Really shined using his big frame able to move laterally during blocks, deadening the baseball over the plate with recovery ability.


3/01/20

Showcased a large and compact 5-foot-10, 250-pound frame with present strength in his actions. The right-handed hitter begins with a narrow, even stance utilizing a controlled leg-kick to initiate a violent, slightly uphill barrel path into the hitting zone. Showed off strength in the lower half allowing for present sink and quality hip-shoulder separation during batting practice. Demonstrated a loud round of BP with noticeable pull-side lift and feel for his hands. Recorded an 88 mph bat-exit velocity with repeatable barrel whip and ran a 5.07 home-to-first. The primary backstop featured adequate receiving skills with a soft glove hand at the catch point. Pop times ranged from 2.35-2.43 on accurate throws of 67 mph from the crouch out of a repeatable, high ¾ arm-slot.  Demonstrated feel while blocking, creating soft walls and downward chest angles on both sides of the plate, with average range behind the dish. 

1/20/19

5-foot-10, 220-pound right-handed hitter initiates from a slightly-open stance with a lift-and-replace stride. Showcased feel at the plate with an advanced ability to stay behind the ball. Recorded an 83 mph bat exit velocity. Demonstrated an adequate transfer on 2.35-2.43 pop times and utilized good athleticism for his frame during defensive evaluations. Notched a 67 mph arm-strength from the crouch.

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