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CLASS OF 2018

RHP

Landry
Wideman

McLennan CC
Churchill (HS) • TX
6-5 • 210LBS • R/R

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2021 National

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Fastball

95
Velocity (max)
9/30/20
91 - 94
Velo Range
9/30/20
-
Spin Rate (avg)

Changeup

85 - 87
Velo Range
9/30/20
-
Spin Rate (avg)

Curveball

83 - 86
Velo Range
9/30/20
-
Spin Rate (avg)

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Pitching Velos

2020
Fastball
Velocity Max
95.0
Fastball
Velocity Avg
92.5
Curveball
Velocity Avg
84.5
Changeup
Velocity Avg
86.0
Fall 2020
Sep 30, 2020
Pitching
95
Max FB
91 - 94
FB
83 - 86
CB
85 - 87
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10/01/21

Wideman was the closer for the 2021 JUCO National Champions. He can sit 93-96 with the heat, but what sets him apart from other hard throwers is his control. In 26.1 IP last spring for the Highlanders, the 6-foot-5 righty walked just three, while striking out 31 and posting a 2.05 ERA with 8 saves.

06.26.17 - High-3/4 slot with short arm stroke. FB 87-89 mph. Slider had loose spin at 74-76 mph. Threw one changeup at 80 mph. 


04.10.17 - Texas A&M recruit. Wideman’s 6-5, 220-pound body is designed to produce power, which was evident in his first inning peak velocity at 88 mph. Wideman’s mechanics are best described as violent, but he is able to extend well into his release and command the spin of the ball. He settled into the 83-86 mph range for the remainder of his outing, with his fastball showing sharp arm-side tailing action. Wideman’s best offering is his breaking ball, which he varies in both shape and velocity. His slurve comes in at 77-80 mph with 10-4 shape and late break. The tight spin and deceptive release that is supported by his low ¾ arm slot hides the true nature of the pitch until it snaps away from RH hitters. He throws a higher slotted ball designed with a more 12-6 shape to LH hitters that clocks in at 73-77 mph. Though he did walk seven runners in his outing, he wasn’t erratic with locations. He worked low and away from most hitters, but couldn’t seem to manufacture the calls he desired.

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