Hunter Curley
Hunter Curley
Hunter Curley




Arcadia University
Spring-Ford (HS) • PA
6-1 • 190LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Maplezone 2019


2019 National

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2/12/17 6-foot-1, 190-pounder with strong legs pitches out of a high three-quarter slot. Compact, repeatable delivery with slight lean back over the rubber. Finish can be a bit upright, but armstroke is clean, indicating he's got more in the tank on his fastball that sat 79-80, but touched 83 mph on his first and last pitch. Showed a solid feel for his change-up at 72-75. Elbow can get low, at times, leading to him not always getting out front on his curveball at 70-71 that has slurvy, across the plate break.

2/12/17 Right-handed hitter with strong, thick 6-foot-1, 190-pound build. Starts from an open, narrow stance and takes a controlled stride to square accompanied by a pre-swing barrel waggle. Uphill path with intent and ability to elevate the baseball. Potential over-the-fence power with a current 95 mph exit velocity. Defensively, the ball comes out of his hand well from a three-quarter slot with slinger arm action that produced 87 mph arm strength.

10/8/16 6-foot-1, 180-pound two-way prospect displayed a well-rounded skill set. The primary pitcher showcased command of a 4-pitch mix out of a high 3/4 arm slot. He displayed some hip coil in his delivery and good rhythm that should lead to velocity gains moving forward. Four-seam fastball sat 79-81 with more in the tank, while two-seam fastball shows significant arm-side run at 78 mph. A 73 mph curveball with 11/5 rotation and a 71 mph changeup with good arm speed gives Curley four solid pitches to work with moving forward. Displayed athletic actions defensively with 81 mph arm strength from the outfield. The right-handed hitter starts from a square stance and uses a leg-lift stride and a strong lower half to initiate his swing. Showcased some present power and the ability to create backspin with a bat exit velocity of 85 mph.


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