Maxx Harpalani
Maxx Harpalani
Maxx Harpalani
Maxx Harpalani

CLASS OF 2017

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RHP

Maxx
Harpalani

Presbyterian
Pine-Richland (HS) • PA
5-11 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Team All*American

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3/27/17 Harpalani sat 83-86 out of high three quarter slot touching 88 twice.  Also showcased a 78-mph slider with average bite.

11/7/15 5-foot-11, 185-pound right-handed hitter. Hits from a square stance with body that drifts forward some with his stride. Showed a repeatable swing in which he works down into the zone and stays through contact, with the ability to barrel the ball to all fields in BP. Ran a 7.27 60-yard dash and posted a peak exit velocity of 88-mph. Defensively, his throws of 87-mph had good carry to them.

11/7/15 5-foot-11, 185-pound primary outfielder sat 78-81 out of an over-the-top arm slot. Max effort delivery leads to some command issues. Also displayed a 64 mph curveball with 1/5 shape and a 73 mph changeup thrown at near fastball arm speed with some late arm side run. Holds velocity well and shows better command out of stretch with a less violent delivery. 
6/23/15 5-foot-11, 183-pound athletic body frame. From the outfield he shows good footwork approaching ground balls, fielding the ball out front on his glove side, near his left foot. Uses a crow hop and throws with a clean, shorter arm action coming from an upper ¾ slot, reaching a top velocity of 84 mph. From the infield he shows good footwork, playing through the baseball. He fields with his hands out front and uses a clean exchange from a short arm action coming from a ¾ slot throwing with 80 mph velocity across the infield. Right-handed hitter starts from a balanced stance, having a tendency to jump at the ball a little bit at times. He swings with a flat bat path through the zone and finishes with a one-handed follow through, reaching a top exit velocity of 84 mph. He ran a 4.27 down the line out of the batter’s box.

2/14/15 
Harpalani is a 5-foot-10, 170-pound sophomore that has made steady gains as he has matured physically over the past 24 months. The right-handed hitter starts from a slightly open stance while using a leg lift load to create significant barrel whip. Harpalani stays behind the baseball well and creates some backspin with a bat exit velocity of 82 mph. He flashed improved arm strength (83 mph) from his outfield position and ran a solid 7.18 60-yard dash. The two-way prospect has positioned himself to be considered among the top outfielders in his class with his steady improvement.  
7/20/14 Harpalani went 2-for-10 in game action from a slightly open stance with a high hands load. The 5-foot-10, 170-pound sophomore barreled the baseball routinely to all fields during batting practice with a bat exit velocity of 81 mph. Harpalani displayed athletic actions and an accurate 78 mph arm from the outfield. The righty worked two scoreless innings sitting 75-77 from a high 3/4 arm slot while also commanding a 65 mph 11/5 breaking curveball.
6/18/14 Harpalani went 1-for-3 in game play on Day Two of the event with a double. The 5-foot-10, 170-pound right-handed hitter barreled the baseball routinely out of a slightly open stance during batting practice with a bat exit velocity of 82 mph. Harpalani ran a 7.53 60, flashed an 82 mph arm from the outfield and worked an inning on the mound sitting 74-76. The sophomore to be has an athletic frame and has continued to show forward progress in all his skills since we first saw him two years ago.
11/16/13 Harpalani continues to show progress as a player. The right-handed hitter had a solid round of batting practice from a square stance. He displayed the ability to make consistent hard contact and drove the baseball to all fields. Harpalani showed developing arm strength and good feet from 3B with good carry to throws of 74 mph across the diamond.
8/18/13 Harpalani is a 5-foot-8, 150-pound prospect that show a great deal of promise. The right-handed hitter went 1-for-6 with a sacrifice fly in game play and showcased a bat exit velocity of 82 mph. Harpalani takes precise routes to the baseball and shows an accurate 77 mph arm from his position.
7/30/13 Harpalani showed a good deal of promise in the outfield with athletic actions and solid straight line carry on throws of 80 mph. The right-handed hitter barreled the baseball consistently in batting practice, showcasing a square stance, good extension to his swing and a bat exit velocity of 78 mph. Harpalani went 2-for-6 in game action over the course of the two day event, including a double and two RBI.
1/5/13 Harpalani showcased well again as a hitter taking a solid round of batting practice. He showed an athletic base and a solid lower half that resulted in consistent line drives and good barrel whip. Harpalani displayed a 4.84 home-to-1B time and a 71 mph arm from the outfield. The Class of 2017 prospect played through the ball as an infielder and demonstrated a 70 mph arm across the infield.
12/27/12 Harpalani showed advanced offensive skills with a bat exit speed of 73 mph. The athletic 8th grader showed good barrel whip and extension that produced consistent line drives. His short stroke was fluid and allowed him to repeatedly square the baseball.
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