Jake Sniegocki
Jake Sniegocki
Jake Sniegocki

CLASS OF 2016

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Jake
Sniegocki

Lafayette
McDowell (HS) • PA
6-2 • 205LBS • R/R

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6/18/14 Sniegocki is a 6-foot-1, 195-pound right-handed hitter that that showcased an 86 mph bat exit velocity from a square stance. He utilizes a lift and replace stride foot with a strong lower half to create barrel whip and the ball jumps off his bat when barreled. Sniegocki went 3-for-6 in game play and ran a 6.95 60-yard dash. The righty sat 76-77 on the mound and showcased an 83 mph arm from the outfield.
2/16/14 Sniegocki is a physical 6-foot-1, 195-pound righty that sat 77-80 from an over-the-top arm slot. The sophomore also displayed a 62 mph curveball with 12/6 action and a 67 mph changeup. He was able to command all three pitches for strikes but will need to continue to work to refine his complimentary pitches and to become more fluid in his delivery.
2/15/14 Sniegocki is a 6-foot-1, 195-pound right-handed hitter that showcased an 89 mph bat exit velocity from a square stance. He incorporates a lift and replace stride foot with a strong lower half to create barrel whip. Sniegocki registered a 4.09 home-to-1B time and displayed an accurate 79 mph arm from the outfield.
1/12/14 Sniegocki has a broad shouldered, athletic frame at 6-foot-1, 195-pounds. He began his solid showing by turning in a 4.30 home-to-1B time. The right-handed hitter showcased a lift and replace stride foot and a strong lower half to produce consistent solid contact during his round of batting practice. The sophomore displayed some power potential with a bat exit velocity of 88 mph. Sniegocki showed solid arm strength and athletic actions in the outfield with throws of 80 mph to home plate. The two-way prospect completed his day on the mound sitting 78-80 off the mound from an over the top arm slot. His 72 mph changeup is thrown at near fastball arm speed and showed some late down action. Sniegocki's best pitch is a 12/6 breaking curveball at 64 mph. The pitch has tight rotation and could develop into a very solid out pitch if thrown with greater velocity.

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