Jaeger Self
Jaeger Self
Jaeger Self
Jaeger Self

CLASS OF 2020

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Jaeger
Self

Navarro JC
Aubrey (HS) • TX
5-11 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Dulins Dodgers - Godwin

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11.04.18
Self has a high-waisted, athletic frame at 5-foot-10, 170-pounds, and is a projectable corner bat that college coaches will want to get out and see this spring. There is power, leverage, and barrel awareness. Loads with a leg kick as he pushes back and hitches his hands, creating separation as he lands in an athletic launch position. Quick hands work on an upward plane, creating lift with gap power and a 94 mph exit velocity. A former infielder, Self plays the outfield with fluid actions, clean glove play, and easy exchange into a loose arm swing with a top velocity of 84 mph.


01.20.18
Self has a high-waisted, projectable frame at 5-foot-10, 160-pounds. The right-handed hitter starts from a relaxed, tall, slightly open, narrow stance. Smooth load with a leg kick, loose-quick hands, lands balanced, simple weight transfer with a loose finish. Drove the ball well during batting practice, hard contact with a gap approach and exit velocity of 85 mph. In the outfield, he plays through the ball with rhythm, soft hands, clean exchange and a long, loose arm swing with a top velocity of 79 mph. On the infield, Self has soft hands and a clean, midline exchange. Plays through the catch with quick footwork, creating momentum into a loose, accurate arm swing from a ¾ slot and a top velocity of 77 mph across the diamond.


10.21.17 - Self is a projectable right handed hitter that stands 5-foot-10, 160-pounds, with a high-waisted frame and strong lower half. He starts from an open stance, then picks his hands up as he loads back smooth, using a reverse leg lift that he holds in the air, then strides forward as his hands trigger down and back. Lands balanced and ready to hit with good separation before he transfers his weight. Strong hands through the zone with lag in the barrel on a slightly uphill path, creates leverage and bat speed out front with lift and carry to the pull side. Current gap-type power (83 mph off the tee) with more to come in the future. At shortstop, Self has quickish footwork and plays through the ball with rhythm, with clean exchange to the midline. Shows the ability to play on the run and has a feel for throwing from different arm slots. During the catchers workout, Self showed nice hands and good glove action on picks at second base. Ran 7.85 60-yard dash.

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