Gage Goddard
Gage Goddard
Gage Goddard




Panola JC
Harmony (HS) • TX
6-2 • 175LBS • S/R
Travel Team: Performance Baseball


2020 National

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Lean, athletic frame at 6-foot, 170-pounds. The right-handed hitter starts from a tall stance with his knees pinched together, then uses a smooth leg kick as he triggers his hands. Lands with separation, creating room for the barrel to work through the zone with gap power and loose finish. Good feel for the barrel and quick hands, his swing projects for more power in the future. On the infield, Goddard plays easy catch from the left side with soft hands and quick footwork that should allow him to stay on the dirt in college. His arm works well from a high-¾ slot, creating carry across the diamond with a top velocity of 81 mph. On the mound, the right-hander works from a high-¾ slot with a short, quick arm stroke and a tall-and-fall delivery. Occassionally tips at the waist, showing feel for a slighlty lower slot. His changeup was a plus pitch with heavy arm side fade at 75-77 mph. Curveball shows solid action with 12/6 downer break at 65-67 mph.

Goddard has an athletic frame at 6-foot, 160-pounds. The right-handed hitter has real feel for the barrel with an athletic hack that produces gap power, hard contact, and a top exit velocity of 88 mph. Starting from a tall stance, he pushes back using a low-hanging reverse leg lift as he triggers his hands back with rhythm, landing athletic with good separation. Generates easy power with loose hands and can drive the ball deep. During the game he launched a deep fly ball to left field. On the infield, Goddard plays through the ball with quick footwork, rhythm and soft hands. He can play on the run and his arm works from different slots. A two-way player and right-handed pitcher, Goddard works from a high-¾ slot and medium arm stroke, getting down the mound with a tall-and-fall delivery. His fastball was mostly 83-85 mph from the windup, dropping down to 81-84 from the stretch. His curveball has 10/4 shape at 74-67 mph.


Still very much young-looking at 6-foot, 160-pounds, Goddard locked down the three-hole for Performance Baseball Texas, and looked hitterish all day. Aggressive at the plate while still being in control, Goddard hit multiple balls hard including a blast to left field that cleared the wall for a home run. He sets up slightly open with his hands in constant movement before getting smooth separation down and back with a knee-knock stride. The barrel works flat through the zone with a high finish. He also looked the part at third base where he started a quick, 5-4-3 double play. Still maturing, Goddard will likely add a significant amount of strength in the future which should continue to help his power.

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