Jake Dally
Jake Dally
Jake Dally
Jake Dally
Jake Dally




Nazareth (HS) • PA
6-0 • 182LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Diamond Jacks Supers 17U


2023 National

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Physical: Athletic, proportional 6-foot, 182lb frame with two-way efficiency. 7.20 runner in the 60-yard dash.

Offensively: RHH - Upright, narrow stance with pre-pitch rhythm in the hands on the shoulder. Utilized a controlled leg-kick stride to initiate the swing through a two-handed, flat path into the hitting zone. An accurate barrel extended well on the ball at the front of the plate and worked short/long to impact. Recorded a middle of the field approach and 95 mph bat-exit velocity at his peak. Able to drive the ball above the waist when getting the lower half engaged in a lower posture. 

Defensively: The middle infielder actively stalked the ball with an on-time left foot to the fielding window. Moderate posture and ranged to his glove side well, fielding cleanly and getting rid from a compact, H ¾ slot (88 mph arm, carry to the target). Handled himself gracefully when making the play on the run, too.

Pitching: RHP - Some pause at the top of the stack before racing the torso down the slope towards the mitt. Good body control in the delivery and stays over the mound until it’s time to release. The FB ranged from 88-89 mph at 2344rpms and held the zone to the arm-side of the plate. Mixed a sharp, diving 76-78 mph CB with 11/5 tilt and then flashed command of a fading 80-82 mph CH.


Physical: The recent Binghmapton recruit stands an athletic, projectable 6-foot, 170lbs with two-way skills flashing on both sides. 6.98 runner in the 60-yard dash.

Offensively: RHH - Balanced, even stance at shoulder-width as the hands operated at a low setup below the shoulder. Utilized a controlled leg lift with some pre-swing rhythm before whipping through a flat path upon entering the hitting zone. Natural lift on pitches above the belt with a lofty approach, ambushing out over the plate (33% fly ball rate, 326 foot batted ball distance). Could keep it on a line as well pointing towards solid bat to ball skills and ability to hit for some AVG down the road. Worked up to a T89 mph bat-exit velocity per Trackman with current doubles power. 

Defensively: The middle infielder featured compact, rangy footwork that showed mature route awareness in all directions. Kept a low posture and flashed advanced actions on the move with a soft glove hand staying down no matter what pace he played at. Simple 4.00 tempo across the diamond and should stay on the left side moving forward (quick high-¾ slot / 81 mph arm). 

Pitching: RHP - Started off the left side of the rubber with a short side rocker getting to a balanced stack position with slight lean over the heel; moved down the mound with impressive separation and lengthy takeaway, moving down the slope with efficient drive into footstrike. Released from an athletic high ¾ slot, entering the zone at 84-86, T87 mph on the FB (10.2 inches of HM average, 56% zone rate, knees). Added a sharp, two-plane 72-74 mph CB with more depth than horizontal bite at a near 12/6 tilt. Ability to make the offspeed disappear in advantage counts for putaways.


Physical: 6’0 170 lb MIF/RHP ran a 7.08 60 yard dash. Athletic build and athletic actions on both sides of the ball.
Offensively: Good rhythm between the hands and the lower half. He works the knob back to the catcher just before launch towards the ball. Barrel works in an efficient path through the ball producing a 90 mph exit velocity
Defensively: Plays with a low center of gravity and funnels the ball well with soft hands to the center of the body. Works mainly over the top with his arm action but showed the ability to drop down lower on the slow roller. Topped at 83 mph across the infield.
Pitching: Was able to ramp up a little bit higher off the mound with his velocity. 82-84 mph (2400 max spin) on the FB for a slow deliberate wind up with a quick explosion at the end sending the ball towards the catcher. CV also had a high max spin rate at 2353 and registering at 74-76 mph. His CH was seen at 77-80 mph with a low spin rate of just over 1400 rpm.


Physical5-foot-10, 155 pounds; lean, athletic frame. 7.08 runner in the 60.
Offensively: RHH. Upright, slightly open; hands work down and back along with a small leg kick. aggressive with uphill swing plane; 19 degree bat angle into the zone via Blast Motion. Dally is able to produce 14.4 G’s of force with an on-plane efficiency of 53%.  Consistent hard fly balls to pull side; average Trackman exit velocity of 81 MPH; peak exit velo was 90 MPH.
DefensivelyLow to the ground; stays low to the ground, fluid movements in all directions. soft hands, seamless transfer; short arm swing with a 3/4 arm slot.  INF - 77 MPH. 
PitchingSets up in the middle of the rubber, side steps into delivery, simple mechanics, repeats well. Moderate take back with a 3/4 arm slot. FBT 82MPH, 80-81 MPH. Has some late sink. CB: 70-71 MPH. Short-breaking, 11-5 shape.  CH74-75 MPH. Arm side run. 


Physical: 5-foot-10, 155-pounds. Lean, athletic frame. 7.19 runner in the 60; 4.39 home-to-1B.
Offensively: RHH. Crouched, athletic stance, knees are bent, an even base, hands start back and even with his chin, uses a small bat waggle with a big leg kick for timing Simple swing, repeatable actions, barrel is flat and direct to the ball to and through the point of contact. Lots of consistent, hard middle contact. 83 MPH raw exit velocity.
Defensively: Starts low and charges the ball well, works from the ground up, fields the ball slightly off-center just inside his arm foot, shuffles to release. Medium arm swing with a 3/4 arm slot.  INF - 76 MPH.
Pitching: Repeatable, easy effort delivery with a high leg lift, gets into back side and keeps shoulder in line as he strides out and finishes with a flat back, balanced follow through. Moderate arm swing with a clean 3/4 release. FB: T78, 77-78 MPH. Has life through the zone. CB: 68-69 MPH. Comes out of the fastball slot with late, tight break.   

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