Sean Finn
Sean Finn
Sean Finn
Sean Finn
Sean Finn
Sean Finn
Sean Finn
Sean Finn
Sean Finn
Sean Finn
Sean Finn




Springside Chestnut Hill (HS) • PA
5-10 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: All In Baseball


2023 National

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Physical: The UCONN commit stands an athletic, proportional 5-foot-10, 175lbs. 7.36 runner in the 60-yard dash.

Offensively: RHH - Started upright with the hands higher at the shoulder, utilizing a controlled leg-lift to initiate the bat head through a slightly uphill, rotational path into the hitting zone. Featured on-time, rotational strength with ability to lift when thrown middle-in. Hits behind the ball with early connection available, driving the ball to the LCF gap for extra-bases (T95 mph bat-exit velocity at his peak, 330 foot batted ball distance). Highly-adjustable, mature approach that finds flush contact in game action while hitting into a sturdy front-side at impact. 

Defensively: The shortstop demonstrated accurate, attacking footwork, fielding out in front with a soft glove hand that worked away from the body. Funneled cleanly with a compact throwing motion with quick arm speed on the way through a H ¾ slot (92 mph arm, plus).

Pitching: RHP - The righty began off the left side of the rubber holding an efficient delivery with pace and separation, releasing at a twitchy H ¾ slot with carry into the zone. The FB ranged from 87-90 mph with swing/miss traits, turning to a wipeout 73-76 mph CB that bit hard off the plate. An 82-83 mph CH showed consistent fade and tunneled off the heater.


Physical: Uber-athletic, twitchy 5-foot-10, 175lb frame with noticeable strength that carries. 7.11 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH - Balanced, even stance with a slight bend in the knees and loose operation in the hands. Utilized a leg lift stride initiating the bat head through a fluid, rhythmic, slightly uphill path creating impact bat-speeds (T77 mph via Blast Motion) which translated into consistent hard contact to all fields (75% fly ball rate, loft). Found the most success driving the ball to the pull-side gap for extra-bases, working his way up to a near 300 foot batted ball distance via Trackman Baseball. Tested extremely well in rotational PWR categories and bat to ball skills, making for a tough out at the plate who can create juice in a flash. 

Defensively: The primary shortstop featured above-average footwork with natural feel for his body in space. Got to good, leveraged positions with the hands, continuously gaining ground to the target; funneled inward off the middle of his body exchanging cleanly at the stomach. Accurate, high intent 90 mph arm with ride across the diamond from H ¾. 

Pitching: RHP - Started off the far left side of the rubber with pace out of the top of the stack (moderate height, obvious hip coil) working down the slope with athleticism and violence into footstrike. Loose H ¾ slot and pounded the zone with life at 87-88 mph for strikes early in the count. Could miss barrels up above the belt and tunneled well with a sharp 73-74 mph CB up to around 2400 rpms of spin. Countered with a commanded 81-83 mph CH at a 60% zone rate, which held consistent fade at 12 inches HM AVG via Trackman.


Physical: 5’10 175 lb MIF/RHP has sneaky athleticism advanced production out of his average-sized frame. He ran a 7.10 laser timed 60-yard dash

Offensively: Finds a way to get the most out of his body by sitting in his back leg before gaining ground and exploding into the pitch. Has a slight leg kick to create some timing.

Defensively:  Stays low and allows his body to react to the ball’s hop. After the catch, he moves his feet and drives with his legs and loose arm to whip the ball across the infield topping at 91 mph.

Pitching: A slow deliberate wind up with a slight coil in the hips before he explodes open and drives down the mound. His quick arm produces a FB topping at 89 mph with a max spin rate of 2345 RMPs. With the same arms slot and arm speed he breaks off a nice CV (71-74) and SL (72-75).


Physical: Solid and well put together 5-foot-9,165-pound frame with strength / athleticism combination found in the movements. 7.10 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH primarily, had a strain in his right hand so hit LHH at this event. Tall, open stance with a slight bend in the knees as the hands showed moderate rhythm above the shoulder. Displayed impressive barrel control with a quick/rotational lower half jolting the hands through a flat path into the hitting zone while utilizing a controlled leg hang stride. Showed primary pull-side contact with ability to pepper the RCF gap demonstrating feel for a strong top hand. The lower half was athletic and initiated the swing creating consistent contact wherever the ball was pitched. Was incredibly impressive in game action, notching a total of three hits against premier pitching … This is after he couldn’t swing from the right side (his dominant side) and he’s not a natural switch hitter. Just shows the athleticism he possesses in all phases of the game; recorded a peak bat-exit velocity of 89 mph per Trackman Baseball. 

Defensively: The primary shortstop featured advanced actions with a low center of gravity and feel for lateral movements in either direction. Could range to his glove hand side getting the hips around the ball with downhill footwork through the target, was able to get the ball in and out of the glove playing at an above average pace from the left side of the infield. Explosive lower half at times yielding a quick and live, high ¾ arm-slot on throws across the diamond. INF - 89 mph

Pitching: RHP - Starts from the left side of the rubber with a slow side rocker step, moderate pace through with a medium-high leg lift showing slight hip coil, got directional and slightly downhill allowing a live arm to release through a high ¾ slot with a full arm circle. FB ranged from 83-85 T86 mph while notching a top spin rate of 2345 per Trackman Baseball (jumped towards the plate at times), mixed a sharp 73-75 mph CB with 11/5 shape and two plane action / up around 2200 spin, countered with a quality third pitch; a 75-77 mph CH that he throws about 10-15 % of the time.


Physical: Twitchy and athletic 5-foot-9, 165-pound frame with advanced feel for all facets of the game and sneaky strength throughout the movements. 7.59 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH. Balanced, even stance with controlled rhythm throughout the setup as the hands started above the shoulder next to the head. Utilized a leg-hang stride to initiate the hands through a powerful, slightly uphill barrel path into the hitting zone, turned the barrel early allowing for high level hand speed at impact. The top hand worked short to the baseball with intent at the front of the plate, showcased a mostly pull-side approach during batting practice generating loud contact with jump off of the barrel towards the LCF gap. Recorded a top bat-exit velocity of 93 mph per Trackman Baseball and carried the momentum over to game action where he notched multiple extra base hits. 

Defensively: The primary shortstop featured advanced actions in the middle, played low to the ground with smooth, rangy actions to either side. Worked extremely hard early in routes creating downhill momentum on the approach, the glove hand played softly out in front of the left side allowing for push or give when necessary. Controlled the pace on the left side of the infield with understanding of who is running down the line and how hard the ball was hit. A fluid, quick high ¾ arm-slot generated accurate throws across the diamond with advanced arm strength. SS - 86 mph

Pitching: RHP - Side rocker step with a quick tempo in the delivery, leg lifts slightly above the waist at the top of the stack while sitting into a sturdy and powerful backside before driving downhill towards the plate, held direction well with a quick, high ¾ arm slot whipping through release out of a full arm circle. The FB played up a couple extra ticks while sitting from 84-86 mph according to Trackman Baseball with a top of 2345 spin. Mixed in a sharp, two-plane 74-76 mph CB with 1987 spin and ability to manipulate the shape depending on release slot. Dropped down to the side on occasion on the FB working mostly 82-83 mph. 


Physical: 5-foot-9, 165 pounds; lean, athletic build. 7.19 runner in the 60.
Offensively: RHH. balanced stance with feet even and shoulder width; hands starting up and back; low leg lift with hands loading straight back. aggressive lower half staying behind the ball with Slight up hill path with extension through the zone; 14 degree bat angle into the zone via Blast Motion. Finn is able to produce 20.8 G’s of force with an on-plane efficiency of 65%.  Hard contact with present pop and lift to the pull side gap; average Trackman exit velocity of 87.03 MPH; peak exit velo was 93 MPH.
Defensively: Walks into ready position; plays low to the ground with athletic actions. soft glove with a clean transfer; ability to vary arm action and release with the play.  INF - 88 MPH.  Pitching: Short side step with a leg lift to the waist and turn before striding out slightly closed for crossfire action. Short, quick arm action to a clean 3/4 release. FB: T 87MPH, 82-86 MPH. Has ride and arm side run through the zone with avg. vert. mov. of 16in. and horz. mov. of 15in.. CB: 71-74 MPH. Tends to back up with slurve action; horz. mov. peaked at 10in..  CH: 74-76 MPH. Good sell with arm side run of 15in.OTHER: Sink 77-79 MPH. Drop down sinker that avg's 2in. of drop and 16in. of run.


Talented two-way prospect worked out solely as a position player on this date. The right-handed hitter impressed starting from a square stance while using a leg-lift stride to begin. Showcased an explosive lower half while making consistent loud contact with routine back spin. Registered a bat exit velocity of 89 mph and ran a 7.24 60-yard dash. Displayed more than enough arm strength at 88 mph to play anywhere on the diamond defensively.


5-foot-8, 165-pound right-handed hitter starts from a square stance and utilizes a short leg-lift stride to initiate his swing. Displayed a strong lower half with a feel for the barrel and a gap-to-gap approach. Registered a bat exit velocity of 87 mph and ran a 7.52 60-yard dash. Moves well defensively and flashed solid carry on throws of 83 mph across the diamond. The righty sat 81-84 off the mound with arm-side run to his fastball from a 3/4 arm slot with hip coil to his delivery. Also flashed a curveball with sharp 11/5 break that was two-plane at times sitting 69-73 and a changeup with sinking action at 72-75. Well rounded two-way prospect is a definite high follow in this class.


5-foot-4, 145-pound right-handed hitter starts from a square stance and initiates his swing with a lift-and-replace stride. Demonstrated a feel for the barrel while routinely staying behind the baseball. Registered a an 80 mph bat exit velocity and ran a 7.70 60-yard dash. Showcased a quick release with an ability to make throws from multiple arm slots defensively. Projects best as second baseman with 77 mph arm strength and current foot speed.

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