Mike Gregos
Mike Gregos
Mike Gregos
Mike Gregos
Mike Gregos
Mike Gregos

CLASS OF 2021

3B
OF

Mike
Gregos

Seton Hill University
Daniel Boone (HS) • PA
6-0 • 199LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Complete Game Sox

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9/25/20

Physical: Solid and durable 6-foot, 200-pound frame with sneaky athleticism throughout his game. Seton Hill commit / 7.15 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH. Tall, wide stance with high hands showing controlled rhythm and a loose setup next to the ear. Utilized a leg-lift stride coupled with quality sink into a lower half allowing the hands to match plane early and ride through a slightly uphill path into the hitting zone. Showcased impressive hip-shoulder separation jolting the bat head towards impact and had no issues getting long through extension creating backspin on fly balls to the pull-side. Lived out in front of the plate with the contact point dealing damage towards the LCF gap, recorded a peak bat-exit velocity of 98 mph according to Trackman Baseball with a 362 foot maximum batted ball distance and a 40% hard hit rate during his round. Projects as a power bat in the middle of a collegiate lineup. 

Defensively: The primary third baseman featured a medium-low setup at the hot corner with active footwork arriving to the ball off of the left side of his body using a soft glove hand to play out in front. Moved well to the glove hand side with feel for pace on the left side of the infield. Made the play on the run with relative ease with ability to change arm angles at will. Accurate, high ¾ arm-slot with carry across the diamond (full arm circle) with plenty of strength. INF - 86 mph


7/15/20

Physical: Thickly built and athletic 6-foot, 199-pound frame with plenty to like in the movements. Strength throughout the actions while running a 7.20 60-yard dash. Seton Hill University commit.

Offensively: RHH. Wide, square stance with a slight bend in the knees as the hands started idle at the shoulder with the barrel pointed over the back. Utilized a barrel lift coupled with a short lift and replace stride to initiate a loud, slightly uphill barrel path into the hitting zone. Repeatedly delivered the barrel to the front of the plate with sink into a powerful lower half creating a feel for extension and hard contact to the pull-side during batting practice. Carried the momentum over to game action where he recorded multiple extra base hits showcasing the ability to situationally hit and accrue RBI’s. Registered a top bat-exit velocity of 94 mph per Trackman Baseball while checking in with a max batted ball distance of a whopping 362 feet. Evident home run power to LCF gap. 

Defensively: The primary third baseman featured quick movements at the hot corner with a low center of gravity and momentum through the baseball at the fielding window. The feet were active and consistently beat the ball to the spot with a soft glove hand playing off of the left side of the body. Accurate, whippy high ¾ slot across the diamond with a feel for pace. INF - 86 mph


2/16/20

6-foot, 215-pound right-handed hitter starts from a wide, square stance and uses a heel-raise stride to begin. Stays behind the baseball well creating consistent back spin with present power. Registered a bat exit velocity of 92 mph and ran a 7.23 60-yard dash. Showcased active feet and trust in his glove hand while consistently playing through the baseball at third base with 86 mph arm strength across the diamond.

10/26/19

Physical 6-foot, 208-pound right-handed hitter starts from a wide, square stance and utilizes a heel raise stride to initiate his swing. Showcased balance throughout with above average strength in his lower half, consistently driving baseballs to the pull side with backspin. Potential middle of the order, run producing bat at the next level. Registered a bat exit velocity of 91 and ran a 7.31 60-yard dash. Showed active feet and solid lateral range defensively with improved 84 mph arm strength across the diamond.

1/26/19

6-foot, 208-pound right-handed hitter starts from a square stance and initiates his swing with a heel-raise stride. Displayed balance throughout with an ability to create backspin and current pull side power during an above average round of batting practice. Registered a 90 mph bat exit velocity and ran a 7.47 60-yard dash. Showcased solid feet and lateral range while making throws from multiple arm slots defensively. 74 mph arm strength should continue to develop, but a move to first base is also a possibility in the future.

9/15/18

5-foot-11, 208-pound right-handed hitter starts from a slightly open stance and utilizes a heel raise stride to initiate his swing. Showcased solid feel for the barrel during batting practice with an event best bat exit velocity of 88 mph. Physical frame and solid lower half actions, along with a slightly uphill path, lead to some present pull side power. Displayed active feet defensively and confidence in his glove hand with accurate 68 mph arm strength across the diamond. Ran a 7.48 60-yard dash and barreled the baseball in multiple in game at bats.

12/30/17

5-foot-9, 175-pound right-handed hitter starts from a slightly open stance and utilizes a leg-hang stride with some lower half glide to initiate his swing. Some length in the swing leads to some barrel drag with a bat exit velocity of 84 mph. Ran a 7.40 60-yard dash and displayed active feet with accurate 68 mph arm strength across the diamond defensively.

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