Chris Stallings
Chris Stallings
Chris Stallings
Chris Stallings




Air Force
The Kinkaid (HS) • TX
6-0 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: South Texas Sliders
2020 National

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The lanky 6-foot, 170-pound Stallings is hyper projectable. The Air Force commit swings with easy leverage, shows good barrel control, and power will rise, seen from 88 mph exit velocity. Clean actions in the outfield, quick arm in back, high slot, up to 89 mph. Also ran a 7.20 60-yard dash.

The U.S. Air Force Academy commit is an athletic player with a strong, high-waisted frame at 6-foot, 170-pounds. Seasoned approach during BP as he throttled balls into the gaps with easy rhythm and loose hands. Simple swing that he repeats consistently with low effort pop and bat speed. Cocks the barrel forward before taking a short stride, then delivers the barrel with quick hands the produced excellent carry in the gaps. In the outfield, he plays through the ball with quick footwork and soft hands, throwing a high slot with a medium arm stroke.

Stallings is a high end athlete with a projectable, lean-muscular, high-waisted frame at 6-feet, 165-pounds. The right-handed hitter pounded balls on the barrel during BP. He starts from a neutral stance with his weight evenly distributed and his hands set back over his shoulder. Shifts his weight back as triggers the knob back toward the catcher, engaging his hands as he replaces his stride foot. Efficient path through the zone, working on a slight incline, quality lower half transfer with limited movement of his midline, great extension with a loose finish and strong hands. During the game, Stallings stroked a deep fly ball to centerfield. In the outfield, he posted a top velocity of 89 mph with a long, quick arm stroke from a high slot. Even though he ran a 7.25 on a slower surface, I think the overall athleticism and upside should be enough to garner significant attention from Division 1 schools in the near future. A two-way player and right-handed pitcher, Stallings works from an over the top slot with a tall-and-fall delivery. His fastball was 76-81 mph. His curveball was 69-71 with 12/6 rotation, flashing occasional sharpness. Threw his changeup at 73 mph.

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