Brett Harper
Brett Harper
Brett Harper

CLASS OF 2020

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Brett
Harper

William Carey College
Allen (HS) • TX
5-9 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Dallas Mustangs 2020
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7.23.18
Harper has a strong frame at 5-foot-9, 155-pounds, and certainly knows his way around the weight room. The right-handed hitter starts from a tall stance, then loads back smooth as he slides his hands to his back shoulder and strides forward, landing with good separation. Quick bat through the zone on a slightly uphill plane creates natural lift and strong contact to the pull side with a top velocity of 84 mph. Behind the plate, Harper has a quick exchange as he replaces his feet and throws from an over the top slot with a top velocity from the crouch of 75 mph and pop times ranging from 2.0-2.07.  

10.21.17
Harper is a hard-nosed player with a lean-strong frame 5-foot-8, 150-pounds. During the game, he did an outstanding job of blocking balls in the dirt, and didn’t flinch when he took a ball of the throat and another off his right forearm. Behind the plate, he has soft hands, a quick, clean exchange, and made accurate throws on top of the bag at second base with pop times ranging from 2.03-2.18 with a velocity from the crouch of 74 mph. On the infield, Harper has quickish footwork and uses short, choppy steps to create rhythm through ball. Throws from a long-¾ slot with accuracy at 79 mph across the diamond. A right-handed hitter, Harper uses strong hands to create hard contact with carry. He starts from a tall, slightly open, stacked stance with his front foot turned in and a high hand position. Smooth load back, triggers his hands down and back, creates good separation as he lands with a short stride. Slight front arm bar, powerful swing, barrel stays in the zone a long time with good leverage, uphill path and good extension through contact with an exit velocity of 83. Drove the ball during batting practice creating lift and carry from the middle to pull side. During the game he just missed a fastball and hit sky high popup with a 6.29-second hang time.

06.13.17 - 5-foot-8, 155-pound frame. The right-handed hitter starts from a slightly open, balanced stance with his knees pinched inward. Level shoulders as he loads back, front arm bar with a quick bat, barrel gets on plane early and explodes through contact with lift. Solid line drive contact on the barrel with some pull side power. Projectable hitter. On the infield he uses side-saddled footwork and is still developing exchange into a high-¾, short arm stroke with accuracy at 74 mph across the diamond. Behind the plate, Harper had consistent pop times of 2.18-2.22 with some accuracy and side-saddled footwork with an open front side.

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