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Plano West (HS) • TX
6' 4" • 202LBS
L/L • 23yr 10mo
Travel Team: Academy Select BB / Florida Pokers-Mizuno
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Baylor commit. 6-foot-4, 202-pound frame. The left-hander works from a high slot creating a different look for hitters with a medium arm swing and drop-and-drive delivery. His start was the tale of two games, the first inning, and the remaining six innings. Started out at 82-84 mph, with a 1/7 breaking ball at 71-72 mph and a changeup at 71-72 mph. Gave up a two spot in the first, but bounced back after his catcher was run over to end the inning. From the second to the seventh, Hattrup was on a mission and dialed it up, giving his best when his best was needed. He retired 18 straight batters after the first. His fastball touched 87 in the third, sitting 84-85 through four, and settled back in at the 83-84 range for the remainder of the game. Stuff is much better when he stays on top of the baseball and gets down the mound with a more aggressive delivery, creating tilt and angle on his fastball with multiple swings and misses. Pitched to both sides of the plate and pounded Plano Senior RHH’s in on their hands. Finished the game with 11 strikeouts, 10 in the last six innings, and struck out the side in the 4th after his club hung a 3 spot on the board to take the lead.


Baylor commit. 6-foot-4, 202-pounds. The left-handed hitter starts from neutral stance, then shifts his weight back with a toe-tap load before striding forward as his hands trigger back. Mostly flat path with a short finish, he posted a top exit velocity of 86 mph. Solid job of picks around the bag on the infield throws.


Long and lean projectable frame at 6-foot-4, 187-pounds. Hattrup has a quick arm action, and has an over-the-top delivery that creates downward tilt to all of his pitches.  His fastball was 82-84 mph with life, he had feel for a sharp curveball at 68-69 mph with an 11/5 shape and plenty of depth, and his changeup was 64-65 mph.  Hattrup has tempo in his windup, maintains balance at the top of his motion, sinks into his backside before going down the mound, works in line with a strong front side, and has an aggressive backside finish.  Hattrup has the ability to spin a breaking ball well from the left side, and his quick arm action combined with his athleticism and projectable frame suggest that Hattrup still has not reached his high ceiling of potential.  At the plate, Hattrup had an 84 mph exit velocity off the tee, and he consistently barreled the ball up in BP. Hattrup hit the ball hard and with backspin carry to the right-center field gap. He hits from the left side in an athletic stance with rhythm in his hands and barrel, has a smooth and simple load with a short toe tap stride, and takes an aggressive level-planed swing with good extension with his barrel through the hitting zone.  Hattrup has good footwork around the bag at first base, and was accurate across the diamond at 84 mph.Hattrup ran a 7.46 laser-timed 60.

Hattrup has a projectable pitcher’s frame at 6-foot-4, 187-pounds. Working from a high slot with a medium arm stroke, the left-hander creates a lot of deception and can throw three pitches for strikes. Creates angle on his fastball that sat mostly 81-83, flashing 85 twice in the first inning. His changeup has really good depth at 68-71. Curveball has 1/7 shape at 71-72, and flashes sharp bite at times, especially at the bottom of the zone with two strikes. The biggest thing he did on Thursday was get ahead of hitters, either with his fastball or changeup. The change of pace between those two pitches did not give hitters the chance to get on time early. Mixed in the curveball more often in even counts, or late to put hitters away. All three pitches come from the same window, so even though his fastball velocity was in the low 80’s, it appeared much firmer because of his ability to throw his changeup on command. Once hitters were down in the count, he could go more to a FB/CB mix, with his curveball being more swing and miss as it came out on the same plane as his fastball. Pitched 7 full innings, only gave up hits, no runs, no walks, and punched out 9 batters.

At 6-foot-4, 187-pounds, Hattrup has a projectable, long-limbed pitchers frame. Coming off the flu from a week earlier, the left-hander started to make the velocity jumps that come with added strength training from the off season. His fastball sat 84-86 mph for the duration of his one-inning stint. He works from an over the top slot with a deceptive delivery. His best pitch yesterday was his changeup that came in at 74 mph with depth. His curveball had gradual depth at 69-71 mph, but we have seen it be much tighter in previous outings. A high-academic student with good feel for three pitches and a solid pickoff move, Hattrup is one of those left-handers that should garner a lot of attention this spring and summer.

Hattrup was his normal self at the event. The 6-foot-4, 184-pound uncommitted junior is primed to make a velocity jump in the coming year. His fastball topped out at 83 mph, ranging from 81-83, and he continued to show plus feel for three pitches with deception. His curveball has good downer shape with depth at 66-69 mph. His changeup has excellent fade and depth at 69-71 mph. A two-way player and left-handed hitter, Hattrup has good barrel awareness with a short stroke and line drive power (82 exit velo). He hits in the middle of the order for Plano West and shows feel for handling spin and velocity. Does a nice job around the bag at first base. During the shortstop workout, Hattrup showed soft hands on numerous short hop throws.

Hattrup has a projectable, high-waisted, long-limbed pitcher’s frame at 6-foot-4,182-pounds, and has plenty of room to add strength as he continues to develop. Still uncommitted, the left-hander has a confident demeanor on the bump, and had a stellar outing at the All-State Games, punching out three hitters and getting weak contact overall. Working from a high slot, Hattrup has deception in his delivery and creates steep angle on his fastball at 80-82 mph. The pitch also flashes arm side fade. His curveball was sharp at 69-71 mph with good downward bite and 1/7 shape. For good measure, he mixed in a 70-73 mph changeup that he throws with fastball arm speed and arm side fade. Above average pickoff move to first base. With his ability to command the zone with three pitches, look for big things from Hattrup this spring, as he continues to log varsity innings. 
A two-way player and left-handed hitter, Hattrup stands 6-foot-4, 182-pounds, with a long-limbed projectable frame. This fall, he has shown a knack for hitting the ball on the barrel and handling off-speed stuff. Starting from a balanced, neutral stance, Hattrup has a simple load back, then uses a toe tap as he triggers his hands back, landing into a short stride. Flat path through the zone. Line drive power with an exit velocity of 83 mph off the tee. At first base, Hattrup presents a nice target with his large frame and shows good feel around the bag with the ability to pick balls in the dirt. Has an accurate arm across the infield and starting the double play. Threw 82 mph across the diamond and ran a 7.47 60-yard dash.

Hattrup is a long-limbed, projectable left-hander with lots of upside at 6-foot-4, 180-pounds. He works from an over the top slot with a long arm stroke and shoulder tilt as he separates his hands, creating deception and throws three pitches for strikes. He threw a straight fastball for strikes, sitting mostly 80-83 mph, topping out at 84 mph. Good downer curveball ranging from 71-73 mph with depth and average spin. He throws his changeup with fastball arm speed, creating depth and fade at 68-69 mph.
A two-way player and left-handed hitter, Hattrup has a knack for hitting the ball on the barrel. Neutral, slightly open stance, smooth load with choppy rhythm and short follow through. Does a nice job of staying in his legs and delivering the barrel with his top hand. Made hard contact in two at-bats during the game, including squaring up a curveball. At first base, Hattrup has average feet and soft hands with an average exchange into his long, high-3/4 arm stroke at 74 mph across the infield. Although his future is most likely on the mound, Hattrup still has a chance to be a productive two-way player because of his frame and left-handed bat.


Hattrup is a long-limbed, projectable left-hander with lots of upside at 6-foot-4, 180-pounds. He works from an over the top slot with a long arm stroke and drop and drive delivery. His fastball ranged from 79-81 mph and comes out of his hand clean with downward angle. Hattrup has good feel for his curveball that he threw at 65-67 mph with a short, late, 12-6 break. He threw his changeup for strikes at 62-66 mph. Look for big things from Hattrup in the future with his projectable frame and feel for three pitches.
A two way player and left-handed hitter, Hattrup starts from a tall, balanced setup. Quick trigger into a small leg kick. Inside out hand path with an exit velocity of 83 mph. He has good barrel awareness made hard contact in the middle of the field, dropping the head on a couple of balls he drove to the pull side. At first base, he fields the ball deep with an exaggerated exchange, long arm stroke and an infield velocity of 74 mph.


6-foot-4, 180-pound frame. The left-hander works from a high slot with a medium arm stroke and good energy in his lower half. Although his fastball was only 79-82 mph, there is some deception in his delivery as he hides the ball well from right-handed hitters. He throws his changeup with fastball arm speed at 72 mph and his curveball has gradual break at 69 mph. Hattrrup also has a nice pick-off move to first base that he used to get the last out of an inning. Overall, this sophomore shows a lot of promise with fastball command and a feel for three pitches.

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