Harrison Durow
Harrison Durow
Harrison Durow
Harrison Durow




Trinity University (TX)
Lovejoy (HS) • TX
6-3 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Dallas Patriots 17U Stout


2020 National

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Really nice pitcher’s frame at 6-foot-3, 190-pounds, body shows a lot of room for more growth. Some length in the arm swing with a hitch up top to get arm in slot, explosive forward movment, and ball seems to jump from whippy ¾ slot. Fastball works at 84-86 with sink. Downer 12/6 shape curveball at 68-70 mph shows good deception before break. Also displayed 76-78 mph changeup.

Durow has a still developing, projectable pitcher’s frame 6-foot-3, 185-pounds. The right-hander works from an over the top slot with a long arm stroke and effort down the mound. His arm speed has increased over the off-season, now pitching at 84-85 and as he adds strength, could see it climbing a tick higher this high school season. Curveball had early break out of the hand at 68 mph with 12/6 shape to finish. Changeup came in at 77-78 mph with arm side depth.


Durow has a young, projectable frame at 6-foot-2, 180-pounds. The right-hander works from a high slot with a long, clean arm swing, drop-and-drive delivery and an athletic finish. His fastball sat 80-83 mph and flashes tilt at the bottom of the zone. Curveball comes in with 12/6 rotation and flashes depth at 65-69 mph. Throws his changeup with same arm speed and arm side fade at 73-74 mph. With his high-waist and arm speed, look for Durow to add velocity as he continues to add strength and grow into his frame.

6-2, 180-pound frame with long levers.  Off the mound, Durow has a loose over-the-top arm action with quick arm speed.  He has effort in the delivery, but is still smooth with good direction working in-line to the plate.  His fastball was 83-85 with life, and he threw a near 12/6 breaking ball with tight spin and depth at 68-70, and his changeup was 76-78 and he worked it down below the hitter’s knees.  Durow’s pitches all come out of the same slot, and his curveball has tight spin and doesn’t pop up out of his hand which makes it difficult for hitters to pick up the pitch early out of his hand.

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