Henry Cooper Huspen
Henry Cooper Huspen
Henry Cooper Huspen
Henry Cooper Huspen
Henry Cooper Huspen
Henry Cooper Huspen
Henry Cooper Huspen



Henry Cooper

North Central Texas JC
Allen (HS) • TX
6-2 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: D-Bat Gavin


2020 National

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Huspen’s lean 6-foot-1, 161-pound frame has speed and is building power. Clocked a 6.63 60-yard dash, showed pop with an 88 mph exit velocity and stayed through the ball well in BP. 90 mph arm from the outfield with aggressive movements into the ball. Really like what this kid is doing, and could be a great pick up for someone very soon.

Listed at 6-foot-2, 156-pounds, Huspen has a quick-twitch, wiry frame, and posted a 6.63 60-yard dash. The right-handed hitter has loose-quick hands that trigger back before he takes a short stride with an occasional toe-tap. Natural lift as he slots the barrel in the zone, working on plane with natural lift to finish and strength at contact. In the outfield, he moves with fluid footwork, fielding the ball with soft hands and throws with a loose arm swing from a high-¾ slot and top velocity of 83 mph.


Huspen is listed at 6-foot-2, 156-pounds, with a wiry-strong frame, and looks as if he could do double digit pullups without stopping. The right-handed hitter has quick hands and posted an exit velocity of 88 mph. Loads back easy as he triggers his hands back, then strides foward, landing square with separation. Works on a slightly uphill path, with snap in the barrel through contact, gap power and more to come. In the outfield, he plays through the ball with rhythm, quick footwork, and a clean exchange into a high-¾ arm swing with a top velocity to the dish of 86 mph.


Lean and athletic frame with wiry strength, 6-foot-1, 154-pound frame.  Ran a 6.73 laser-timed 60. Starts out of an athletic open stance with tall posture at the plate, starts with his hands high above his ear, takes a long load back over his backside, pushes his hands back to create separation with a slight bar in his left arm, takes a low controlled stride forward with his left knee turned in to create some torque, flashed quick hands in his swing with a very level swing path through the hitting zone, has quick hip turn, keeps a tall upper body posture through the swing, and he barreled some balls to left field in BP; pounded 87 mph exit velo off the tee.  During the game, he singled sharply to right field with two-strikes. Huspen showed off his arm strength (89 mph) as he made low accurate throws from the outfield with plenty of carry and accuracy to the plate.

6-foot-1, 154-pound frame with wiry strength.  Huspen ran a 6.95 laser-timed 60 to start the day, showing his athleticism. This translated to the outfield where he efficiently closed ground, showed fluid footwork through the baseball with a clean exchange, and a quick release with accuracy and 86 mph arm strength.  At the plate, he starts in an open stance from the right side, takes a long stride to get back to parallel, and maintains tall posture with his upper body throughout the swing, He creates lift in his swing, and flashed power to the pull side; 84 mph exit velo.

06.13.17 - Huspen has a lean, athletic, high-waisted, projectable frame at 6-foot, 151-pounds, with plenty of room to add strength over the next few years. A two-way player and right-handed hitter, Huspen starts from a tall, neutral stance, lowers himself into his legs as he loads back. Short stride with an inside-out hand path, line drive contact with fluid rhythm. In the outfield, Huspen has a loose arm stroke from a high-¾ slot with carry and accuracy at 85 mph. Quick footwork and rhythm through the ball for his class.

On the mound, the right-hander works from high-¾ slot with a loose arm stroke. Athletic lower half in his delivery. His fastball ranged from 75-79 mph, sitting mostly 77-79 mph with run and sink. His curveball has 11-5 shape with some bite at 67 mph. With his projectable frame and athleticism, Huspen has a solid upside as a pitcher and position player.

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