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Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
The Woodlands Christian Academy (HS) • TX
6' 2" • 205LBS
R/R • 22yr 7mo
Travel Team: Hunter Pence


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Hunter Pence Scout Day
Sep 29, 2019
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6-foot-1, 180-pound projectable frame with more room to pack on even more strength.  Queck showed raw power in the BP round by making loud contact and driving balls to left field, and he pounded a 90 mph exit velo off the tee.  The right-hander has an athletic stance, with his hands at his back shoulder with his back elbow up parallel to his shoulders, a leg kick where he pulls his knee back before striding forward, has good separation in his hands, has some explosiveness in his lower half, stays back behind the baseball with his body, works slightly uphill through the zone to create lift, and keeps his head down which helps him stay through the hitting zone with good extension.  He has plenty of controlled aggression in his swing, as he looks to do damage at the plate. Queck stays low through the play in the outfield, has a long arm stroke and a long transfer to his release. Ran a 7.64 60-yard dash.

6-foot-1, 180-pound frame with wide shoulders and room to add more strength.  Right handed hitter with power, 90 mph exit velo, showed a gap to gap approach with explosive bat speed and power.  Athletic stance in his legs and some rhythm in his hands. Works with a low leg kick and looks to do damage with an aggressive swing on an uphill plane through the zone, works behind the ball well with his body to create power, explosive lower half.  In the outfield, he plays through the ball with rhythm in his footwork and a clean exchange into a high-¾ arm slot with a clean arm stroke. Arm works well from back to front creating solid carry with a top velocity of 83 mph. On the infield, Queck has quickish footwork, fields the ball in the mid-line of his body before funneling the ball into a longer arm stroke with significant carry and a top velocity of 87 mph. Shows the ability to throw from different slots on double play balls and making the play on the run. Ran a 7.35 laser-timed 60.

6-foot, 168-pounds. The right-hander works from a high-¾ slot with a quick arm stroke. Tall and fall delivery with an athletic lower half, lands square. His fastball sat 78-81 mph with some arm side run. His curveball has 11/5 shape at 62-66 mph. Throws his changeup with fastball arm speed at 69-70 mph. A two-way player and right-handed hitter, Queck has good energy in his hack. He starts from a slightly open, wide stance, then pushes back with a big leg kick as he triggers hands down and back into a front arm bar. Gets the barrel on plane early, working into an uphill path. Good leverage with his lower half weight transfer and extension through contact. High finish, strong hands and an exit velocity of 88 mph. On the infield, Queck moves with long strides when ranging to both sides, soft hands and quick footwork. Threw 77 mph across the diamond.

01.06.15 Queck has a long-limbed, high-waisted, athletic frame at 6-foot-1, 168-pounds. The right-handed hitter starts from a wide base with his weight shifted toward his back leg. Toe-tap load before he strides out aggressively, engaging his lower half as his hands trigger back. Slight front arm bar, has pull side pop during batting practice with flashes of raw power, including a home run to left field. Hard contact with leverage and an exit velocity of 87 mph off the tee. In the outfield, Queck plays through the ball with smooth footwork, soft hands, and throws from high-¾ slot with a short, quick arm stroke at 78 mph. On the infield, Queck plays through the ball with rhythm and soft hands. Throws with carry across the infield at 78 mph.

07.25.17 - 5-foot-11, 160-pound, athletic frame. Queck works from a high arm slot with a short arm circle and a quick arm stroke. Tall-and-fall delivery with some rhythm and medium effort, level shoulders, lands closed, athletic lower half, upright finish. His fastball flashed sink at times, ranging from 80-81 mph for most of his outing, dipping down to 77 mph toward the end. Slowed his arm down on his curveball which had 10/4 shape, ranging from 63-64 mph with gradual break. His changeup cam in at 66 mph. A two-way player and right-handed hitter, Queck has a simple, athletic, aggressive swing with fluid rhythm. Low-hanging leg kick to load back as his hands trigger. Lands balanced and stacked into his legs with a short stride length. Fast bat speed with quickish hands and good extension through contact. Transfers his weight aggressively with quick hips and a high finish, generating good carry during batting practice that projects well when he adds strength. In the outfield, Queck has average hands, clean exchange, and deliberate footwork with some rhythm through the ball. Throws with uphill shoulder tilt with some carry and accuracy at 82 mph.

07.22.17 - 5-foot-11, 160-pounds, high-waisted, athletic frame. The right-handed hitter has a balanced setup, smooth toe-tap load with rhythm into a short stride. Loose hands, athletic lower half as he rotates to contact, inside-out path, line-drive approach with average bat speed (81 mph exit velocity off the tee), loose finish. Top spin contact to the pull side during batting practice mixed with line drives through the middle. In the outfield he has average footwork, soft hands, long exchange, athletic crow-hop, shoulders tilt uphill, average accuracy with above average carry in the arm at 80 mph. At shortstop, he has a quick first step, soft hands, and quick exchange to his midline. Throws from a more natural ¾ slot on the infield compared to his higher slot in the outfield, with a 78 mph velocity across the diamond.

The right-hander works from a high-¾ slot, short, quick arm stroke out front. Tall-and-fall delivery with medium effort, level shoulders, lands closed, athletic lower half, upright finish. His fastball flashed sink at times, ranging from 78-80 mph. Decent feel for spin with his curveball having 11/5 shape ranging from 62-64 mph with gradual break. While his slider comes in at 67-69 mph with tighter rotation and similar shape. Throws his changeup with fastball arm speed at 73 mph.

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