Jonah Snowberger
Jonah Snowberger
Jonah Snowberger
Jonah Snowberger

CLASS OF 2022

LHP
1B

Jonah
Snowberger

Central Martinsburg (HS) • PA
6-4 • 195LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Flood City Elite
2022 National

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6/30/21

Physical: The recent Millersville University commit stands a leveraged, athletic 6-foot-4, 195lbs on the bump. 

Pitching: LHP - Started off the far right side of the rubber with quick, momentum gaining pace after a balanced stack (slight hip coil). Landed on time and athletically into the front-side, driving down the slope with some north/south tilt on the baseball, landing the FB at H ¾ from 82-84 mph (heavy arm-side run, strikes). Mixed a short 72-74 mph SL with good release points and an on-time release, commanding a plus 78-80 mph CH in any count that danced on its descent into the strike zone (fade, killed spin). Feel for three pitches and able to control the run game with a good pickoff move.


2/06/21

Physical: Long, projectable 6-foot-4, 195-pound frame with legitimate feel and athleticism on the bump. 

Pitching: LHP - Imposing mound presence with a bulldog mentality. Filled it up from the far right side of the rubber, Short side rocker in an up-tempo delivery followed by a high, compact leg swing that he utilized for momentum in the backside drive towards the plate. Smooth mechanics and the arm was repeatedly on time from a ¾ slot creating run (18 inches of HM max) on an 82-84 mph FB, which peppered the zone at a 50% clip. A 72-74 mph SL held a more horizontal shape netting up to 7.1 inches of HM across the plate, occasionally dropping the slot down lower than the FB slot. Mixed a high quality 76-78 mph CH with additional fade to the arm-side (15 inches HM) while flashing a 67% strike rate with command to either side of the plate. The potential is there for big time success this year and beyond.


6/15/20

Physical: High waisted, long and lean 6-foot-3, 175-pound frame with plenty of projectability in the build. 7.57 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: LHH. Wide, open stance with balance in the setup and hands that start high at the ear with movement. Utilized a bat wiggle for the load coupled with a knee-knock stride allowing for advanced whip through a slightly uphill barrel path during batting practice. Showcased quick hand speed at launch towards contact creating lift to the pull-side gap and ability to handle velocity in game. Hit into a stiff front side while showcasing a strong and powerful setup at impact allowing him to get well through extension after contact. Recorded a 90 mph bat-exit velocity per Trackman Baseball. 

Defensively: The first baseman demonstrated a solid feel around the bag with active footwork and a soft glove hand that plays with confidence on balls hit to either side of the body. Can create space with the drop step technique, or come and get it with an understanding of when to utilize them. Got back to the bag easily on double play feeds displaying enough feel that he should stick there if need be moving forward. 1B - 78 mph

Pitching: LHP - Tall, lengthy presence on the mound with a compact delivery featuring a deliberate pace and intent on the release through a long, high ¾ slot with extension on the front side. Falls off to the third base side pretty hard, but that only creates increased deception a 76-79 mph FB showing present arm-side run. Mixed in a slow breaking 65-68 mph CB with 1/7 shape and countered with feel for a 67-69 mph CH with occasional fade and adequate sell in the arm speed.

2/22/20

Displayed a long and lean 6-foot-3, 175-pound frame with some strength and present athleticism. The primary left-handed pitcher sat 78-81 mph out of a repeatable high ¾ setup with moderate hip-swivel and crossfire allowing for occasional arm-side run. Mixed in a 65-66 mph curveball with 1/7 action and late depth and a quality 65-67 mph changeup with arm-side fade down in the zone. The left-handed hitter begins with a tall, slightly open stance utilizing a knee knock with violent hand wiggle to create separation while starting his swing. Generated advanced barrel whip through a slightly uphill path yielding pull side lift and backspin to all fields. Recorded an 88 mph bat-exit velocity during batting practice and ran a 7.57 60-yard dash. 

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