Eli Martin
Eli Martin

CLASS OF 2020

RHP
2B

Eli
Martin

Tennessee-Martin
Smith County (HS) • TN
5-10 • 190LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Outlaws

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2020 National

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6/11/19

Max FB: 85 FB: 83-85 CB: 72-74 CH: 72-75

5 foot 10, 190-pound RHP showed an interesting fastball with his strong, athletic frame. He showed some physical strength present but still has quite a bit of projectability. A high ¾ delivery seemed pretty easy with his long arm action and quick arm speed. Delivery was smooth and was released on the 1stbase side of the rubber. FB was heavy and showed to have cut, some straight. Has life enough to miss barrels. CB was 10/4 action with late, tight bite to it.  Ability to be swing and miss pitch. Was around the zone with the FB/CB mix. 

2/3/19 - Max FB: 86, FB (83-85), CB (70-72), CH (72-75)

5-10, 190-pound righty showed a big velo jump from when we saw last spring in the state playoffs, going from touching 83 to touching 86 and pitching consistently 4 ticks higher.  Medium, sturdy frame w/ well-proportioned present strength, some physical projection.  Pitches from a full wind-up into ¾ release from the first base side of the rubber.  Repeatable delivery w/ quick arm.  Some effort in the throw w/ short head violence.  FB flashed big cut, occasional straight.  Has enough life to miss barrels.  CB flashed as a tight, medium downer pitch w/ proper shape, chance to be a swing and miss pitch.  Slows his arm down on the straight CH.  Around the zone w/ the FB/CB mix, athletic enough to command.

2/3/19 - 60: 7.19, IF Velo: 82, Exit Velo: 81

5-10, 190-pound infielder shows intriguing all-around skill-set, but may profile best on the mound, where he touched 86 w/ some life.  Medium, sturdy frame w/ well-proportioned present strength, some physical projection.  Offensively, hits w/ a straight on, crouched stance w/ short hand rhythm into shift of weight, knee to knee stride and short hand load.  Better bat speed than exit velocity indicates, ball jumps off the barrel w/ back-spin.  Understands how to use his lower half to generate bat speed through the zone.  Projectable pull power.  Defensively, shows solid hands w/ developing footwork and projectable above average arm strength.

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