Will Ferris
Will Ferris
Will Ferris

CLASS OF 2022

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Will
Ferris

The Haverford School (HS) • PA
5-10 • 165LBS • R/R
Travel Team: PA Rebels

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8/10/21

Physical: Twitchy, athletic 5-foot-10, 160lb frame with length. 6.64 runner in the 60-yard dash.

Offensively: RHH - Balanced, slightly bent stance as the hands worked up/down at a 45 by the shoulder. Utilized a lift and replace stride out to the pitcher, initiating the swing through a flat, on-plane path into the zone. Hit behind the ball at will, phasing into impact towards a stiff, firm front-side with proper sequencing. Took impressive swings in game action, one clutch grand-slam giving Team PA the win over Team WV in GAME 1. The speed translates directly with ability to mishit and still end up with infield singles. Stayed short to the ball at will with sneaky gap to gap pop at all times, up to a T89 mph bat-exit velocity (via Trackman). 

Defensively: The primary centerfielder demonstrated a quick burst in either direction, ball-hawking on anything hit in the air to the middle of the field. Comfortable with the drop step technique, extending range in either direction. Fielded cleanly off his left, and released from a H ¾ slot (82 mph arm, accurate).


6/13/21

Physical: Athletic, lean 5-foot-10, 165lb frame with twitch in the actions/room to fill out. Plus footspeed; 6.56 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH - Top of the order profile starting from a balanced, shoulder-width start as the hands initiated at the shoulder; utilized a leg hang stride attacking through a flat path into the hitting zone. Stayed in the legs well at a wide base, letting the hands go to work out at the front of the plate (extension). Stood out with an impressive 60% line drive rate, wearing out the LCF gap during his batting practice round. Quick hands showcased control of all corners of the dish, getting slotted early while flashing a low swing/miss rate (76% on-plane efficiency via Blast Motion). Recorded a 90 mph bat-exit velocity with extra jump to the pull-side. 

Defensively: The primary outfielder featured middle of the field defender qualities (CF) with a light first step and ability to go get the baseball in the air. Straight-line speed plays well coupled with natural instincts, staying behind with regularity to get on-time/downhill momentum at the catch. Fielded off the left side and fired accurately from a lengthy, high ¾ slot (85 mph).


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