Hunter Reid
Hunter Reid
Hunter Reid
Hunter Reid
Hunter Reid
Hunter Reid
Hunter Reid
Hunter Reid
Hunter Reid
Hunter Reid

CLASS OF 2020

1B
RHP

Hunter
Reid

Texas A&M University-Texarkana
Plano Senior (HS) • TX
6-3 • 225LBS • R/R
Travel Team: US Elite TX - Hadeler

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1/05/20

Positional Profile: 1B
Body: 6-foot-3, 225 pounds
Hit: RH. Balanced setup with a wide basand a short stride. Features a short stroke that gets in/out of the zone quickly, flashed some pull-side power.
Power: 98 mph exit velocity from the tee
Arm: RH. INF-82 mph. Long arm swing from a sidearm slot.
Defense: Clean exchange with average footwork, gets off the bag well to field the ball.
Run: 7.43 runner in the 60

6/17/19

6-foot-3, 221-pounds, ran a 7.67 60-yard dash, showed big time potential power with 97 mph exit velocity off the tee, and showed good extension in live BP. Also had nice arm across the infield at 85 mph. Throws from low ¾ slot on the mound, fastball at 83-85, topping 86 mph, showed curveball at 75-76, a lateral action slider at 68-69, and a changeup at 71-72 mph.

1.5.19
Reid has been a staple in the middle of the Plano Senior lineup and looks primed for a big junior campaign as they will have one of the top offenses in the Metroplex. At 6-foot-3, 225-pounds, Reid has simple strength at the plate and his barrel stays in the zone a long time. Starting from a slightly crouched stance, he loads back smooth and early as he cocks the barrel over his head and tilts his shoulders forward as his hands slide back and he takes a short stride. Lands with good separation and balance, generating juice in the middle of the field with gap power and a top exit velocity of 97 mph off the tee. Shows good feel around the bag at first base, can pick the ball in the dirt with ease and stays under control as he starts the pivot at second. Moving forward, recruiters will want to make sure they see Reid in game, as his ability to drive in runs and get big knocks is going to make him a guy that should impact the lineup early in his collegiate career.

11.04.18
Reid has a durable frame at 6-foot-3, 225-pounds. The right-handed hitter generates solid bat speed with lift and gap power and an exit velocity of 94 mph. Starting from a wide base, he turns his front knee in as he loads back smooth and triggers his back and down into a front arm bar. Slots the barrel early into the zone, working on an upward plane with strength at contact, driving the ball from gap to gap during BP. He showed soft hands at first base with multiple picks during the infield workout and threw 85 across the diamond. On the mound, he works from a ¾ slot with a long arm stroke and short stride down the mound. Fastball topped out at 83, sitting mostly 81, and dipping only once to 78 mph. His curveball has more slurvey 10/4 shape at 63-64 mph. Throws his changeup with fastball arm speed at 71-72 mph.

 

7.23.18
Reid has a strong, durable frame at 6-foot-3, 225-pounds, and spent last spring hitting in the middle of a strong Plano Senior lineup. The right-handed hitter starts from a wide base with a crouched stance that allows him to generate leverage and power as he works on an upward plane through contact. Smooth load back as he triggers his hands, then lands square with a short stride with separation. Strong hands, good barrel awareness, and great extension produce hard contact with gap power and a top exit velocity of 96 mph. At first base, Reid plays through the ball with quickish footwork, soft hands, and a clean exchange into a long arm swing with a top velocity across the diamond of 82 mph. A two-way player and right-handed pitcher, Reid works from a low-¾ slot with a long arm swing and tall-and-fall delivery. Throws a heavy fastball with arm side sink at 81-83 mph. His slider has lateral running break at 67 mph, while his curveball tumbles with 11/5 shape at 62-65 mph. Works a changeup in with good fade at 67-69 mph.



6.12.18
6-2, 220 pound frame with loads of strength.  Reid hammered balls to the opposite field gap in BP, and posted an exit velocity of 92 mph off the tee.  Reid was a staple in the middle of the order at Plano this year for a reason, he has serious juice in his bat.  He showed power to all fields, especially right field in the event. He has an athletic base with a tall upper body posture in his stance, utilizes a big load back with his body over his backside and then uses his quick hands to deliver the barrel with a strong body behind the ball at the point of contact.  Reid was 75 mph throwing across the infield and ran a 7.67 laser-timed 60. Off the bump, Reid has a whippy arm action, throwing from a low ¾ slot. His arm slot and whippy arm action give heavy


10.21.17 
Reid has a projectable pitcher’s frame at 6-foot-2, 218-pounds. The right-hander works from a ¾ slot with a long arm stroke. His fastball has arm side run at 78-80 mph. He spins his curveball with 10/4 shape and good depth at 65-67 mph. Also throws a 70 mph changeup with arm side fade. A two-way player and right-handed hitter, Reid starts from a wide base, with a stacked, crouched stance. Loads back smooth and early as he triggers his hands back, then lands into an athletic launch position with a short stride. Fluid hack through the zone with  an uphill path and slight front arm bar. Good extension through contact, gap approach with carry to the opposite field gap and an exit velocity of 87 mph. On the infield, Reid has a clean exchange and accurate arm across the diamond from a low-¾ slot with a long arm stroke at 79 mph.


09.10.17 
Works from a low-¾ slot with a long arm stroke and a good sinking fastball at 80-81 mph, with arm side run and depth. He only threw a couple of sliders at 70 mph.

07.25.17 
6-foot-2, 218-pound, projectable, sturdy frame. Offensively, the right-handed hitter has a balanced throughout his swing, wide stacked stance with flex in his lower half. Loads back early, hands wrap to trigger into a front arm bar, short stride, inside-out uphill path. Line drive power, middle of the field approach with an exit velocity of 82 mph. On the infield, Reid has average hands, clean exchange, still developing footwork, long gather to throw from a low-¾ slot with a long arm stroke at 78 mph across the diamond.

06.13.17 
6-foot-2, 218-pound, projectable, sturdy frame. The right-hander works from a ¾ slot with a long arm stroke. Smooth rhythm in his delivery, level shoulders, directional front side, lands square with an upright finish. His fastball was 82-83 mph with some run and sink. His changeup has some fade at 68-69 mph with fastball arm speed. His breaking ball has a shorter, downward break at 65 mph.

Offensively, the right-handed hitter has a balanced setup, loads his hands back early, lands with a short stride. Gap approach with line drives through the middle to right-center gap. Flat path with a higher finish produces an inside-out path with an exit velocity of 82 mph. At first base, Reid presents his hands in front and is able to play his glove low with a clean exchange into his throwing motion from a low-¾ slot at 78 mph accurately across the diamond.

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