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CLASS OF 2019

RHP
3B

Hunter
Sorenson

McDowell (HS) • PA
6' 0" • 155LBS
R/R • 23yr 8mo
Travel Team: Millcreek Sr. Legion
2019 National

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11/19/17 6-foot, 155-pound right-handed hitter initiates swing from neutral set up with heel raise and no stride. Excellent separation is achieved through aggressive weight shift away from hands. Hip turn following weight shift is somewhat passive and there is softness in front knee. Balance and bat speed could be improved by incorporating a more aggressive hip turn and working around a firm front side.
Defensively, hands are adequate. Would benefit from more consistently working bottom up and out front as well as attacking ball to create angles and hops.
On the mound, Sorenson works out of high 3/4 arm slot with a repeatable, in-line delivery. Fastball sat 76-77 mph and showed subtle arm-side run. Curveball at 65 mph had 11/5 shape with rolling action. Changeup was thrown at 69-71 and was cut to glove side.
7/26/17 6-foot, 155-pound right-handed hitter initiates swing from square stance with heel lift and no stride. Sorenson achieves good separation, head is still and there is good balance to swing. Their is an aggressive weight shift followed by a somewhat passive hip turn creating subtle bat drag.  There is some front side softness. A bat exit velocity of 79 mph was recorded and Sorenson was able to barrel multiple ball in his BP session. He would benefit from rotating more aggressively around a firmer front side.
On the mound, Stays in line well and drives aggressively over front side.  There is good balance, rhythm and repeatability to delivery. FB sat at 77 mph touching 78 with moderate arm side run. CB at 64-67 had 11-5 shape and rolling break.  Change up was thrown with FB arm speed at 69-70 mph and subtle arm side fade.  Consistency in delivery resulted in good command of both FB and secondary offerings. Mechanically, There was tendency to crunch at balance point. Benefit would be gained by staying taller and downhill.
Defensively, hands are adequate.  Sorenson would benefit from working top down, out front and more aggressively through the ball. He flashed developing arm strength of 75 mph on throws across the diamond.

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