Scott Siebenthall
Scott Siebenthall

CLASS OF 2020

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Scott
Siebenthall

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Corpus Christi King (HS) • TX
6-1 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Canes Southwest Premier

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2020 National

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Run
7.15
60-yard
11/04/18
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30-yd
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10-yd
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Run speed (max)
Defense
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INF Velo
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OF Velo
75
C Velo
11/04/18
2.00 - 2.12
Pop Time
11/04/18

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2018
60 Yard Dash
7.15
Pop Time
2.00 - 2.12
Catcher Velocity
75.0
Power / Speed Score
12.0
All-State Games (Invite Only)
Nov 4, 2018
Position
7.15
60-yard
2.00 - 2.12
Pop Time
75
C Velo
86
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11.04.18
Siebenthall has an athletic, high-waisted, projectable frame at 6-foot, 173-pounds. Really like the swing from the right-handed hitter. Quality rhythm, balance and leverage to go with a short path and loose hands that create lag and whip through the zone. Behind the plate, he has a quick exchange on pop times ranging from 2.0-2.12 with a 75 mph velocity from the crouch. He also ran a 7.15 60-yard dash.. 7.15, 75 c, 2.0-2.12, 86 exit.

9.9.18
Siebenthall is a young backstop that should soon start to turn the heads of college coaches. At 6-foot, 170-pounds, he still had room to develope physically, and has large, strong hands. Highly accurate arm behind the plate, threw strikes to second base with a top velocity from the crouch of 76 mph and pop times of 2.0-2.18. Athletic defender (7.11 60-yard dash) with soft-strong hands, he sets low in his stance during bullpens with good lower half mobility. The right-handed hitter has loose hands and rhythm at the plate, he made hard contact in the middle of the field with a top exit velocity of 86 mph. Starting from a slightly open stance with good flex in his lower half, he loads back with a leg kick as he triggers his hands, taking a short stride, landing with good energy in his lower half. Powerful lower half transfer with fast-strong hands through the zone, he works on an uphill plane through contact with a loose finish.


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