Jack Lincoln
Jack Lincoln
Jack Lincoln




Avon Grove (HS) • PA
6-1 • 215LBS • R/R
Travel Team: East Coast Sandhogs


2021 National

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The righty swinging Lincoln can also put a hurt on the baseball with consistent hard contact to the middle of the field. His hands move loose and easy through the zone and at 6-foot-1, 220 pounds he is not built like a typical college freshman. Defensively, he possesses average arm strength and sure hands at the hot corner, while showing near average running speed on the base paths.


Physical: Thick, powerful 6-foot-0, 200-pound frame with high level athleticism in all phases of the game. Standout performer on the day; 7.11 runner in the 60-yard dash.

Offensively: RHH. Wide, even stance with an easiness in the setup. The barrel moves slightly back to the shoulder for separation coupled with a controlled and repeatable lift-and-replace stride. Hands worked loose and easy with a slightly uphill path to the hitting zone showing next level power to both gaps. Ran the ball out of the yard a few times to left field when contacting out in front with present sink in the lower half and violent intent in the box. Can hit any velocity and pitches in multiple quadrants evidenced by a strong performance in game action. Hits into a stiff front side allowing for an advanced 99 mph bat-exit velocity per Trackman Baseball.

Defensively: Plays with a low center of gravity repeatedly beating the ball to the spot with advanced footwork at the hot corner. A soft glove hand works soft and through the baseball out in front creating downhill momentum towards the target. Showcased comfortability in the double play footwork as well, playing at a well above average pace with regularity. Smooth and quick transfers generated accurate throws across the diamond while displaying the ability to make throws on the run with ease. 3B - 85 MPH.


6-foot, 200-pound right-handed hitter starts from a square stance and initiates his swing with a heel-raise stride. Showcased balance throughout while staying behind the ball and attacking each pitch with intent. Registered a bat exit velocity of 95 mph and ran a 7.29 60-yard dash. Displayed athletic defensive actions with active feet and 86 mph arm strength across the diamond.


Mid-Atlantic Summer Championships

Lincoln stands 5-foot-11 with some present strength. Had a standout weekend offensively, with multiple multi-hit games. Square athletic stance, simple toe tap stride, and minimal hand load. Hands are short to the ball, slightly uphill path, and swing showed some pull side tendency. Defensively, Lincoln attacked the ball moving forward and was a capable defender moving side to side. Showed above average arm strength across the infield and ability to throw from multiple slots. 

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