Jared Culp
Jared Culp




Walters State CC
Karns (HS) • TN
6-3 • 175LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Knights


2018 National

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9/25/16 - 60 Time: 7.90, Position Velocity:  IF-75, Exit Velocity: 76
6-foot-3, 175-pound, LHH hits from a balanced and even stance with some very upright posture and quiet hands, uses an abbreviated leg kick and short stride with some subtly hand movement back to get loaded, lower half comes forward but doesn’t always clear itself completely to create the separation he could get, bat path is steep into  and through the zone, improving strength could help a lot but did produce some line drives toward right-center in BP.  Defensively, showed above average hands and footwork around the bag, played through the ball okay and used a longer arm action through a high ¾ slot to get the ball across the infield. 

9/25/16 - Max FB: 77, FB: 74-77, CB: 66-69, CH: 70-71,
6-foot-3, 175-pound, LHP looked very similar to what we saw from him a couple of months ago at our Underclass games, length and range were even more prevalent at this event, begins his delivery quickly with a lot of movement with his lower body and his hands, leg lift comes up high and in sync with his hands and is able to get his front side mostly closed and loaded, shoulders stay even and uses a shorter arm action through a high ¾ release point that seems a little tight in the middle, strides in line and finishes pretty well balanced. Fastball was mostly straight but thrown for strikes, breaking ball showed 1/7 shape, changeup had some late fade coming into the zone.

7/27/16 - Max FB: 77, FB: 75-77, CB: 63-66,
6-foot-3, 155-pound, LHP is a lanky lefty that has a lot of moving parts in sync and coming at you with good rhythm and pace, typically does a great job of staying in line and finishes balanced and under control, gets a little ahead of himself at times and forces his arm to become a little stiff right before release, works with pretty good tempo and did a good job of missing barrels, longer arm action through a high ¾ release point. Fastball stayed pretty straight but hit a lot of corners, curveball has the potential to be a really good pitch with its 1/7 shape and powerful movement through the zone.  Culp had 4 K’s in his 2 innings of work.


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