Hunter Johns
Hunter Johns
Hunter Johns




Northampton CC
Ephrata (HS) • PA
6-2 • 160LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Ephrata Post 429
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7/1/18 - Johns stands at 6-foot-2, 165 pounds with a long wiry build.  Johns starts with his feet parallel to the rubber and finishes to the 3B side of the mound.  His rocker step is accompanied by high hands and a tall high leg kick.  Upon delivery Hunter gets down hill with an over the top, short-quick arm action that allows for the ball to get to the bottom 1/3 of the zone.  Foot lands square on initial foot strike while with level shoulders.  Fastball topped at 82 MPH while sat 79-82 MPH.  His breaking ball shows 1/7 shape with late break while ranging from 63-65 MPH.  His change-up shows arm side fade with slight depth.  Change up ranged from 74-76 MPH.

1/13/18 - 6-foot-2, 160-pound left-hander sat 79-81 from a high 3/4 arm slot with cut to his fastball. Delivery includes an extremely high leg kick that adds significant deception to his delivery. Stays online and balanced in spite of leg kick with solid command of four pitches. Curveball shows above average rotation and 1/7 shape at 63-67. Slider has a bit shorter, flatter shape at 67-69. Changeup is thrown at fastball arm speed with arm side run at 75-76. Junior has added 30 pounds to his frame and eight mph to his fastball over the past two years with more yet in the tank.

12/12/15 - 6-foot, 130-pound lefty sat 71-73 from an easy, fluid high 3/4 arm slot. The lanky freshman displayed sound mechanics with a high knee stack and pounded the strike zone during the duration of his bullpen session. Johns' curveball sat 56-57 with 1/7 rotation and should develop as he gains the confidence to throw the pitch at fastball arm speed. He also showed solid feel for his 66 mph changeup thrown at near fastball arm speed. Johns is a solid follow in this class that will likely see significant velocity gains over the course of his four years of high school.

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