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CLASS OF 2017

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OF

Santino
Nave'

Lock Haven University
Roman Catholic (HS) • PA
5' 10" • 165LBS
R/R • 25yr 7mo
Travel Team: Keystone State Bombers

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8/19/16 Nave' worked five solid innings in picking up the Bombers second win on day one. The uncommitted senior struggled through a tough first inning in which he allowed three runs before holding the West Hills Show scoreless over the final four frames. Nave' sat 83-85 into his final inning of work out of a high 3/4 arm slot. Striek throwing machine did not allow a walk while using his 76 mph slider as his primary secondary offering in recording seven strikeouts.

7/20/16 5-foot-10, 165-pounder's stuff has been very consistent over the past five months. Fastball sat 81-84 on this day with some armside sink, although he struggled to command it as well as he has during other recent viewings. Delivery is repeatable, although, at times, will come out of delivery early, limiting his extension and cutting off his finish. Primarily a two-pitch guy, his top secondary offering is a solid mid-70s slider.
5/10/16 Medium frame, clean arm action, slight hip coil over rubber. FB sat 83-84 and he located it to the glove side of the plate well. Primary offspeed offering was a solid mid-70s SL with fairly tight rotation that generated some swings-and-misses.

2/14/16 5-foot-10, 165-pound righty continues to develop sitting 83-85 from a high 3/4 arm slot on this date. Nave' has a clean arm action and his hip coil delivery adds some deception to his delivery. The junior also displayed solid feel for his 75 mph slider and a 77 mph changeup with some arm-side run. Nave' pounded the zone throughout his bullpen and was able to hold his velo out of the stretch on all three pitches.

6/24/15 5-foot-10, 160-pound frame. Very consistent performance from the previous week. Pitched out of a high three-quarter slot with slightly crossfire delivery that he repeats well. Good mound presence.. Fastball sat 80-81 (touched 82 the previous week), while breaking ball sat at 71 with tight rotation and late action.
6/24/15 5-foot-9, 155-pound right-handed hitter. Started from slightly open stance and strode to square. Quiet approach with some armbar, slightly uphill path, and limited use of lower half. Ran a 7.20 60-yard dash and 4.62 in-game home-to-1B time. Showcased 80-mph exit velocity and 78-mph arm strength (ran FB up to 81 in game). Exhibited athletic actions defensively with accurate throws on a low trajectory.

6/17/15 Athletic, medium frame (5-foot-10, 160-pounds). Pitched out of a high three-quarter slot with clean arm action and fluid delivery. Fastball at 81-82 had some life to it. Change-up at 74-75 is a tad firm, but is thrown with very good armspeed. Solid curveball at 70-71 has a short 11/5 break.
2/15/15 Nave' impressed with repeatable mechanics, three quality pitches and his ability to throw strikes. The 5-foot-9, 155-pound sophomore sat 78-80 out of a 3/4 arm slot with a loose, quick arm and some hip coil to his delivery. Nave' also commanded his 67 mph curveball that showed 11/5 rotation and a 73 mph changeup thrown at fastball arm speed with some arm side run and sink. As he moves forward a move from curveball to slider may make sense with his arm slot and ability to hide the baseball from hitters.
9/28/14 Nave' sat 77-78 from a high 3/4 arm slot with some arm side run to his fastball. The 5-foot-8, 140-pound sophomore displayed command of a solid 65 mph curveball with 11/5 rotation allowing just one run over three innings of work. Nave' flashed athletic actions as a middle infielder whiled showcasing a 79 mph bat exit velocity at the plate. The right-handed hitter showed the ability to use all fields from a square stance with a flat barrel path during batting practice.

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