Colby Paiva
Colby Paiva
Colby Paiva




Becker College
LaSalle Academy (HS) • RI
5-11 • 165LBS • L/R
Travel Team: New Bedford Jr. Bay Sox HS Prospects


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5-foot-9, 135-pound, thin, skinny, super athletic actions. The shoulders are sloped, limbs are long, has room to add weight and mass. A left-handed hitting middle infielder who turned in one of the better workouts on the day. At the plate, hands are held high, are quiet, feet are shoulder width and slightly open. For timing uses a small controlled leg kick, the swing is down to level to up. The approach is more to the pull side, squared up one line drive after another. The hands are loose and barrel has life through the zone. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 76 mph and ran a 7.52 sixty yard-dash. Defensively, has a advanced hands and actions. The hands are soft, works low to ground, the catch to throwing hand is clean and quick, feet move throughout. The arm was clocked at 78 mph, works from a ¾ slot, has whip out front release. The feet are really good starting the double play, follows flips and everything is on time. Projects for me at either middle spot, love ability to defend, along with handling the bat from the left side, continued strength training is a must.

Sixty Yard Dash: 7.52

Position Velocity: 78 MPH

Exit Velocity: 76 MPH
Left-handed hitting middle infielder who ran an easy 4.41 down the line on his dig from the left-side. The glove is solid, the approach to the ball needs to be taught, which will help his throwing and ability to get off the ball. Threw 74 mph across the diamond with accuracy. At the plate, tee exit velocity of 74 mph. The body needs to continue to develop which, with strength, will help his game. Starts the swing with even feet, high back elbow and angled bat. The front foot is picked up and put down as the ball approaches. The path is slightly uphill as he needs to initiate a flatter swing at the start. This will help his contact point and coverage of the plate, making him a better offensive player.


Left-handed hitting middle infielder who showed very well for himself at the event. Hits with a leg kick and the hands work freely from a low set up. The hands work very well to the ball, The body needs strength, as the frame should fill out nicely. Ran a 4.4 on a dig to first and had a tee exit velocity of 73 mph. The glove and actions in the infield show promise, prep steps are good and he threw 70 across the diamond. With maturation and physical development he should turn into a very good prospect.

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