John Curtis
John Curtis
John Curtis

CLASS OF 2018

RHP

John
Curtis

Rollins College
McMinn County (HS) • TN
6-2 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: eXposure Baseball

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1/29/17 - Max FB: 82, FB: 80-82, CB: 62-65, CH: 73-74,
6-foot-2, 175-pound, RHP uses a very up-tempo approach on the mound with a quick and almost jerky delivery, begins with a quick rocker step and leg lift that creates some slight and closed shoulder tilt during a slight slowdown before a slightly closed stride toward the plate, arm action begins a little longer but gets shorter and quick through a high ¾ slot, finishes on his front leg with a quirky back leg bounce.  Fastball seemed heavy through the zone with some slight run, curveball had 11/5 shape with gradual break and was a little erratic, changeup was very solid and showed sink and run at the plate.

9/4/16 - Max FB: 81, FB: 77-81, CH: 72-75, SL: 69-73
6-foot-2, 175-pound, RHP showed a unique and slightly different motion than we has seen in the past, rocker step brings his hands together just below his waist as his leg lift pulls everything up above chest height, near pause as he heads to the plate, strides and lands in line with the plate and finishes very collected and balanced, longer arm action comes through a high ¾ to over-the-top release point. Fastball showed some slight sink and occasional late run through the zone, slider was sharp with 11/5 to 10/4 shape, changeup faded and sank as it approached the strike zone.  Curtis threw 3 pitches for strikes and will make huge leaps with any velo gain.

1/31/16 - Max FB: 82, FB: 80-82, CB: 64-66, CH: 71-72,
6-foot-1, 175-pound RHP shows above average velocity for age, use long arm action that works through a ¾ slot, separates from glove early, deliberate delivery, four-seam fastball showed occasional cutting action while two-seamer showed some arm-side run, located most curveballs in the strike zone with 11/5 shape, gets around the changeup producing occasional cutting action down in the zone, has potential to pick up additional velocity especially with some mechanical adjustments.

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