Nathan Kelly
Nathan Kelly

CLASS OF 2021

OF
RHP

Nathan
Kelly

Lasell College
Lincoln (HS) • RI
5-11 • 145LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Upper Deck

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Run
7.53
60-yard
7/25/19
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30-yd
-
10-yd
-
Run speed (max)
Defense
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INF Velo
72
OF Velo
4/11/19
-
C Velo
-
Pop Time
Pitching

Fastball

75
Velocity (max)
4/11/19
73 - 75
Velo Range
4/11/19
-
Spin Rate (avg)

Changeup

75 - 75
Velo Range
4/11/19
-
Spin Rate (avg)

Curveball

61 - 62
Velo Range
4/11/19
-
Spin Rate (avg)

Positional Tools

2019
60 Yard Dash
7.53
Outfield Velocity
72.0
Power / Speed Score
10.1
Scout Day: Upper Deck Baseball 7.25.19
Jul 25, 2019
Position
7.53
60-yard
71
OF Velo
76
Exit Velo
Scout Day: Upper Deck 4.7.19
Apr 11, 2019
Position
7.91
60-yard
72
OF Velo
72
Exit Velo

Hitting

Hitting

Pitching

Pitch Scores

Pitching Velos

2019
Fastball
Velocity Max
75.0
Fastball
Velocity Avg
73.2
Curveball
Velocity Avg
60.0
Changeup
Velocity Avg
75.0
Scout Day: Upper Deck Baseball 7.25.19
Jul 25, 2019
Pitching
74
Max FB
71 - 74
FB
57 - 60
CB
Scout Day: Upper Deck 4.7.19
Apr 11, 2019
Pitching
75
Max FB
73 - 75
FB
61 - 62
CB
75 - 75
CH

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Comments

7/25/19

5-foot-11, 145-pound, thin athletic frame, longer neck, sloped shoulders with plenty of room for added weight. All body parts work with easy effort. A right-handed hitting two-way player, at the plate, feet start even, balanced. The hands are loose, loaded at the shoulders, with the bat starting in a tilted position. The swing is flat through the zone, rolls hands late, and finishes at the shoulders with two hands. The approach is more line drives, more to pull side. Looks to roll hands early, could stay through it a tick longer, easy fix with reps. Recorded a 76 mph tee exit velocity,along with running a 7.53 sixty-yard dash. Defensively, from the outfield, threw 71 mph, from a longer, super clean arm working out of a higher slot. The feet are active and correct, clean, quick transfers, with proper routes to the baseball. Off the mound, pounded the zone with a two-pitch mix, the delivery is simple, hands start and work up with leg raise, easy leg lift. The stride foot is shorter, lands slightly across body, could lengthen will help the direction.  The arm action is clean, working out of a higher slot, works with easy effort. The fastball was clocked at 73 mph. The curveball showed proper spin, depth, wit a 11/5 break to ti, clocked at 57 mph. Body works, needs strength, time will tell which side he lands.

Tee Exit Velocity: 76 mph
Arm Velocity: 71 mph
Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.53

4/11/19

5-foot-11, 145-pound, longer, thin athletic frame. A right-handed hitting two-way player. At the plate, feet start even, hands are set higher. For timing lower half, uses quick leg kick, into a toe tap.  The hands slightly drop in loading phase, could stay a tick taller. The swing is flat through the zone, finishes it at the shoulders with two hands. The approach is more middle to pull, looks to roll hands a tick early, could let it travel more. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 72 mph and ran a 7.91 sixty-yard dash. Defensively, threw 72 mph, from a higher slot, the arm action is clean on the backside, short path. The footwork is performed correct, steps through gains ground, could length more, will get finish out front. Shows to have a tick of recoil. Off the mound, this right-hander, simple, clean delivery. The hands start high, gets to a good gather, lands slightly across body, could lengthen a bit more. The front side is strong, minimal pull. The finish has to be out front more, will give added velocity and depth to all pitches. The fastball was clocked at 75 mph, with a ton more in there, arm really works. Located the fastball to both sides, with action to arm side. The breaking ball was clocked at 62 mph, more slider like, needs more hand speed. Showed feel for changeup, thrown harder needs to clean finger pressure, will have more separation. Projects for me off the bump, velocity is going to spike, interesting in follow.

Exit Velocity: 72 mph
Arm Velocity: 72 mph
Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.91


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