Grant Burleson
Grant Burleson




Columbia State CC
Summertown (HS) • TN
6-3 • 200LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Game Time Sports Blue
2021 National

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The 6-foot-3, 200-pound righty has been waiting a long time to make his full return to the circuit.  Well over a year out of Tommy John surgery, Burleson looked really sharp and back to 100% (Up to 87 in 2018).  Fastball sat 81-85, Top 87, smooth rhythm, quick arm w/ plenty more in the tank.  Best secondary was hard biting 11/5 curveball (69-71) that’s going to generated a lot of swing n’ misses.  Showed ability to throw CH down in zone or miss down w/ slight fade.  At the plate, balanced setup w/ great bat speed.  Sprayed balls gap-to-gap, consistent hard contact, can get extra base hits in bunches.  Potential collegiate two-way, who has a busy summer in front of him.  


6-foot-2, 215-pound  projectable frame. At the plate, the right-handed hitter's 90 mph exit velocity showed his ability to drive the ball with power. Setup is comprised of balanced stance and a short stride. Explosive bat speed and a flat swing plane, he ends his swing with level finish. Was able to create a lot of loud contact during his round. Gap to gap approach. In the infield, showed an ability to throw across the field at 80 mph; has rhythmic footwork and soft hands. Used a quick arm action with a ¾ slot. Advanced on the mound, he showed a loose arm action and an over-the-top angle. Has a tall balance point and uphill shoulders. Has an athletic finish and lands square. Produced a fastball that came in at 81-85 mph with a max of 87 mph; shows a hard movement. His 10/4 curveball (69-71) shows in the zone command. He had fading action on his changeup(68-72). 

Positional_Profile: RHP/1B

Body: 6-foot-2, 215-pound projectable frame

Hit: RHH. Balanced stance, short stride stride. Explosive bat speed. Level finish, flat swing. 

Power: 90  mph exit velocity.  gap to gap approach. 

Defense: 80 infield velocity. Soft hands, rhythmic footwork. 

Arm: RH. Quick arm action, ¾ slot. 

Pitching: Advanced overall action. Over-the-top arm angle, loose arm  action. 

FB: T87. 81-85 mph. Hard movement. 

CB: 69-71 mph. In the zone accuracy, 10/4 movement. 

CH: 68-72 mph. Fading action. 

7/3/18 - Max FB: 83, FB: 80-83, CB: 69-73, CH: 74-76
6-foot-2, 180-pound, RHP struck out 3 in 2 innings of work.  Medium, athletic frame w/ well-proportioned lean strength, super projectable.  Has just scratched the surface of his frame potential.  Pitches from a full wind-up into H ¾ to ¾ release from the first base side of the rubber.  Quiet, repeatable delivery w/ some effort in the throw.  Quick arm.  Learning to consistently drive off his back leg.  Downhill plane.  FB shows occasional short arm-side run.  Medium downer CB w/ proper shape and rotation.  Flashed tightness w/ late bite, projectable put-away pitch.  Got better as the outing went along, buckled knees.  CH w/ occasional short cut, arm-speed.  Around the zone w/ his 3-pitch mix, filled the zone w/ his CB on this day (7 of 8 for strikes).  Projects to command.  Generated 3 swing and misses on 16 swings.

7/3/18 - Home-1st: 5.18, Position Velocity:  IF-78, Exit Velocity: 82
6-foot-2, 180-pound, RHH picked up a hit w/ an intriguing frame.  Medium, athletic frame w/ well-proportioned lean strength, super projectable.  Has just scratched the surface of his frame potential.  Offensively, hits w/ a straight on, upright stance w/ short hand rhythm into short shift of weight, stride to square and short hand load.  Generates bat speed through the zone.  Can get deep into his hand load at times, creating some extra movement.  Pull oriented approach w/ knack for contact despite the movement.  Projectable pull power, potential for all fields power as frame matures and learns to control the lower half.  Defensively, shows easy arm strength at first base, which translated to the mound, and athletic movements at first base w/ soft hands.

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