Cabot Maher
Cabot Maher
Cabot Maher
Cabot Maher




Colby College
Barrington (HS) • RI
6-0 • 205LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Newport Jr Gulls


2018 National

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6 feet, 205 pounds, strong, athletic, broad shoulders, looks the part of a baseball player. Ran a 4.50 home-first. In the outfield, registered a top arm velocity reading at 89 mph with downward plane from a high ¾ slot. Athletic and fluid in the outfield. At the plate, his feet are slightly wider than shoulder width apart. Balanced with a level-up bat path. Hands work high up at the shoulders. Mostly a line drive approach with good juice. Has the ability to hit from gap-to-gap. Slight pre-pitch waggle with the bat and small stride to the ball. Posted an exit velocity of 89 mph off the tee during the workout. Off the mound, Maher has a coil in the delivery. Good extension and arm speed, he throws from a high, nearing over the top slot. He ran the fastball up to 87 mph, consistently sitting 83-86. The pitch gets hard arm side run, boring in on same handed batters. The curveball is tight with a 12/6 shape. Can throw for strikes in the zone and get hitters to chase out of the zone at 67-71 mph. Was comfortable using it to work backwards with great effect. His splitter gets solid movement, diving down in the zone between 76-77 mph. Induced weak contact that should play at the next level. Overall, Maher is intriguing as a two-way prospect, but his future may be on the mound. With good velocity and movement on his pitches, Maher has the tools to succeed in a starter or relief role at the next level. A high follow in the 2018 New England class.

Home-First: 4.50

Exit Velocity: 94 MPH

Arm Velocity: 89 MPH



6-foot, 205-pound right-handed pitcher out of the Newport Jr. Gulls Baseball program. Slot is slightly higher than ¾ and quick. This guy fits the profile as an end of the game guy in college. Athletic lift, coil and go to the plate. The direction of the feet are appropriate. There is a hard glove pull on the front side as he goes to the plate, causing his to come off target. The arm has power and quickness to it. Fastball touched 87 mph with heavy sink and action to it. The spin pitch has a chance to be legit with a tweak. It is currently a slurve, sits at 73 mph. Shortening it to a slider, could be a devastating pitch out of that slot. The changeup used is a split, sitting at 81 mph. Big follow as a pitcher, legit high-level arm.


6-foot, 205-pound, strong, physical frame, hands and wrists have serious strength and fast twitch quickness to them. A well proportioned athlete, lower body has strength as well. Currently ranked 15th in the class of 2018 in New England. A monster at the plate, punches the baseball from the right side. The approach is more to pull side, the swing is flat through the zone to up, finishes with one hand. For timing has a small leg kick, gets loaded up well, gains ground with stride and back half is engaged, aids in producing bat speed. The tee exit velocity was electric at 95 mph. The potential to hit and to hit with power is extremely high. Defensively, works from the ground up, fields ball out front, steps behind with footwork during transfer. The arm action is longer on the backside it's clean, comes out of a natural ¾ slot, clocked at 85 mph, plenty of life, good flight across the diamond. The glove actions during double play feeds are good, needs to keep feet moving throughout, follow throw. Big time recruit, get out and see him early. Projects for me as more of first baseman or a move to left field.

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.18

Exit Velocity: 95 mph

Arm Velocity: 85 mph

6-foot, 200-pounds, strong athletic frame. Well proportioned athlete, hands, wrists and legs have strength and quickness to them. One of the better players at the event, first time I’ve seen him and was very impressed, has serious pop in swing, recorded an event best 99 mph exit velocity. The stance is even and inline, the hands are set at shoulder height with the bat in a flat angle. For timing uses a controlled leg kick, the entire body is used well to hit the baseball. The swing is level to up, has serious bat speed and pop out front, finishes the swing with a one hand. The approach is more to the pull side, displayed above average power, squared one ball up after another in BP, with length and height to them. The sixty yard dash was clocked at 7.22. Defensively, worked out at third, prep steps are good, gets around the baseball, works from the ground up. The arm was clocked at 82 mph, ball comes out of a high ¾ slot. Off the bump, used a simple delivery, the hands started high and stayed high throughout the delivery. The stride is long, looks to be inline and is on time with everything. The arm action is short and clean on the back side, clocked at 79-83 mph, showed a good 4 seamer, located well to the glove side. The changeup showed proper spin to arm side, was clocked at 73-75 mph, good arm speed. The breaking ball was late, clocked at 68-70 mph. Projects for me as a serious hitter, a move to a corner outfield position could happen at the next level. Big time follow for me, will be off the board fairly quick.

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