Shawn Wallwork
Shawn Wallwork

CLASS OF 2018

3B
2B

Shawn
Wallwork

Trevecca Nazarene University
Independence (HS) • TN
6-1 • 190LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Knights Elite
2018 National

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6/13/17 - H-1B: 4.31, Position Velocity: 79, Exit Velocity: 85
6’1, 165-pound, LHH put on a show with one of the best rounds of BP we saw in the entire event.  Wallwork starts tall and relaxed and uses a big leg kick and some big movement with his hands to get his entire body engaged.  He attacks the ball while staying behind it and getting the barrel through the ball, consistently.  His bat path is flat to slightly up through the zone and can really generate some drive on balls left up.  Wallwork is athletic and has room to put on some muscle in the next couple of years.  Defensively, he plays around and through the ball smoothly and with confidence.  Plays the hop better than most kids at this level and gets the ball across the infield with efficiency.  Wallwork finished with one of the best in-game performances, finishing 3-5 with a triple.

9/25/16 - 60 Time: 7.39, Position Velocity:  IF-67, Exit Velocity: 82
6-foot-1, 190-pound, LHH hits from an upright and open stance with some higher initial hand positioning, uses an abbreviated leg kick with a long stride and a movement back with his hands to get loaded, lower half is initiated by his stride and gets through very well, comes forward a little much at times, bat path begins a little steep on pitches down but flattens out with some lift and drives through the pitches up, attacks the ball, hit some hard line drives up the middle in BP with the ability to hit spray it all over.  Defensively, showed pretty good hands and average footwork at the corner, could’ve been more aggressive, shorter arm action came through a high ¾ slot.

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