Noah Czajkowski
Noah Czajkowski
Noah Czajkowski
Noah Czajkowski

CLASS OF 2022

RHP
OF

Noah
Czajkowski

Norwin (HS) • PA
6-1 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Flood City Elite
2022 National

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6/13/21

Physical: Strong, athletic 6-foot-1, 185lb frame with flexibility and separation available in the movements. 

Pitching: RHP - Started off the left side of the rubber with standout arm talent; short side rocker into a low/medium leg lift that allows him to work quickly down the mound towards the plate. Violent chest-drive downward at footstrike, initiating the arm through a fast high ¾ slot. Cut the FB at times, working towards the glove side at 83-86, T88 mph, missing barrels when in the strike zone. Got around it at times late in the outing, but came out throwing dots away from RHH. Mixed a sharp, hard two-plane breaker with some of the better breaking ball spin in the class (2650rpm average; -20 inches IVB average; 15.9 inches HM average) that cause issues when located for strikes. One-two punch showing off an extremely tough at-bat when in the windup.


2/07/21

Physical: Uber-athletic, physical 6-foot-1, 185-pound frame with fluidity in the actions. 

Pitching: RHP - The righty worked with above-average pace from the right side of the rubber, short side-rocker into a shallow leg-lift and quick “drop and drive” out towards the plate. The hip-shoulder separation was evident at foot strike allowing the arm to race through a loose, high ¾ slot. FB ranged from 86-88 mph with above-average spin (2365 RPM’s) paired with advanced extension (6.54 feet). Paired a tight, 73-74 mph downer breaking ball with -17 inches of max IVB (-13.4 average) pointing towards an obvious out-pitch at the next level. Countered with a swing and miss CH to left-handed hitters when commanded, up to 78 mph with 6.84 feet of extension, 1052 RPM’s of average spin, and up to 13.6 inches of horizontal movement. Impressive arsenal of weapons in the tool box; when the command is there, he can be almost unhittable.


6/15/20

Physical: A lean, athletic, 6-foot-0, 162-pound build. 7.3 runner in the 60.

Offensively: Starts in a balanced, upright stance with an even base and his hands level with his shoulders. He uses a big leg lift for timing as he gets into an uphill swing that produces plenty of balls in the air. He showed a tendency to get the head out early and drive the ball to the pull side. 90 mph peak exit velo during his BP round.

Defensively: Starts upright and slightly offset with his glove foot out ahead. He has a controlled attack of the ball and gets rid of it quickly. Showed a solid 83 mph arm from the OF.

Pitching: Starts on the first base side of the rubber and side steps into a simple, repeatable motion on the hill. His hands stay static throughout his motion until he completes his leg lift and begins to stride to the plate. He has a loose arm and throws out of a high ¾ arm slot.

Fastball: Plays well up in the zone with some ride, topped at 85 while comfortably sitting in the 83-84 range.

Curveball: Shows some depth when he gets on top of it, thrown with a 11-5 shape

2/22/20

Displayed a lean 6-foot, 165-pound frame with feel for his body and room to add strength as he matures. The primary right-handed pitcher sat 79-82 mph out of a slow-tempo delivery with a quick, high ¾ arm-slot. Curveballs showed slider movements at 64-66 mph and have room for more depth with improved reach in front. Featured a 68-71 mph changeup with occasional depth. The right-handed hitter begins with a crouched, even stance utilizing a lift-and-replace stride to initiate his swing. Repeatedly was on time and recorded hard barrels to all fields during batting practice allowing for occasional lift to the pull side gap. A strong top hand and quick lower half created barrel whip yielding an 84 mph bat-exit velocity. Ran a 7.57 60-yard dash. The outfielder showcased adequate footwork generating momentum towards the target. Arrived on time to the ball using a strong lower half to record accurate throws of 83 mph from his position out of a high ¾ arm-slot.

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