Mark Edeburn
Mark Edeburn
Mark Edeburn
Mark Edeburn

CLASS OF 2019

RHP
3B

Mark
Edeburn

Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Peters Township (HS) • PA
6-4 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Pittsburgh Outlaws

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8/12/18
Very projectable frame at 6-foot-4 with long limbs and room to add. Works with a smooth tempo to a delivery that doesn't require much effort. With his length he can really get down the mound well with good extension. Short, compact arm action through a high-¾ slot with noticeable armspeed. Fastball was anywhere from 80-83 mph, working downhill. Looks comfortable with the breaker throwing it often. The pitch is a quality offering with late bite on an 11/5 plane at 70-74 mph. Also looks to be playing around with a changeup showing developing feel for the offering at 72-73 mph. Definite follow with upside.

 

7/11/18
Very long limbed, projectable frame. On the mound the right-hander has a fluid, easy delivery that he can repeat. Arm works well through a high-¾ slot. Fastball appears heavier than 80-82 mph velocity would suggest and looks to have more in the  tank. Spins a quality breaking ball that has sharp downward action at 68-71 mph. Splitter is playable with some sink to it, consistently tossed in the zone at 69-72 mph. Very mobile out there with above average athleticism. Definite arm for schools to look into. Defensively projects to stay at third base with average glovework. Moves better to the gloveside with an efficient first step. Throws from a high ¾ slot with plenty of arm strength topping at 81 mph. A right-handed hitter that starts in a balanced stance. Athletic load into a front foot launch. Path shows natural loft with obvious strength to swing. Middle of the lineup type bat with power potential. Already possess gap pop with more to come as he fills out athletic frame. Easy lift in there. Bat to follow.
60-yard dash: 7.62
Infield Velocity: 81
Exit Velocity: 81

 

1/21/18 Initiates swing from open set with stride to closed. Weight shift and hip turn are solid. Closed stride decreases hip turn at time limiting ability to stay behind the baseball. Swing is short and hands work directly to the baseball. Benefit would be gained from staying neutral in stride and being aggressive with lower half. An 84 mph bat exit velocity was recorded.

Defensively, hands and footwork are adequate around the bag. Transfer is clean and throwing motion is short. There is tendency to field ball deep.

On the mound, works out of a high 3/4 arm slot. There is solid rhythm, balance and weight transfer. Edeburn repeats well while staying in line. FB reached 82 mph with little movement. CB at 66 mph showed 11-5 shape with late, sharp break and moderate depth. Splitter sat 69-70 mph demonstrating downward action and glove side cut. CH at 73 mph was thrown with good sell while lacking movement. Edeburn flashed solid command on this day.

 

7/12/17 In the infield, his footwork is adequate. Fields the ball on his heels and funnels into the side of his waist. Throws across the infield with a low 3/4 arm slot with developing arm speed. A right-handed hitter that starts in a balanced setup. Uses a short, controlled stride for timing. Hands move slightly back prior to swing decision. Path is level with developing bat speed. Stronger than he is fast with the bat at this stage. Present gap pop with much more to come as he fills out his projectable frame. Should grow into a run producer with maturity. On the mound the right-hander brings upside. Delivery is fluid and he is relatively clean mechanically. Arm action is long and loose, showing developing arm speed. Works through a near 3/4 slot that puts natural run on his fastball. Did a nice job of moving the pitch around the strike zone. Spins a sharp, 11/5 shaped breaking ball that showed signs of swing and miss to it. His best secondary offering was his splitter. The pitch showed late downward action with near fastball spin.
FB: 72-74
CB: 61-64
SP: 64-68
60-yard dash: 7.95
Infield Velocity: 72
Exit Velocity: 75


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