Travis White
Travis White
Travis White

CLASS OF 2021

C
3B

Travis
White

Houston
Tivy (HS) • TX
5-10 • 176LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Texas Twelve 16u

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2021 National

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10.21.17 - White has an athletic, strong frame at 5-foot-10, 165-pounds. The sophomore has a confident demeanor on the field, and posted some of the best pop times of the event ranging from 1.97-2.11. He receives the ball with a quiet body and soft hands, and shows a good feel blocking. Quick-directional footwork on throws to second base, mid-line exchange, arm works quick out in front on release with carry and a 78 mph velocity from the crouch. A right-handed hitter, White has a simple swing, starting from a slightly open, balanced stance with good flex in his lower half. Smooth load back with relaxed, early rhythm, hands slide back as he lands balanced with a short stride. Quick hands through the zone with a flat path, good extension through contact with strength in the barrel and some pop to the pull side with an exit velocity of 86 mph. White showed good feel for the barrel during the game, where he squared up two balls with a single through the left side and a deep fly ball to centerfield.


07.25.17 - Just a freshman, White is a strong defender with a confident demeanor, and will be a fun player to watch in the coming years. He has an athletic frame at 5-foot-10, 155-pounds. Highly accurate thrower with consistent pop times of 2.0-2.1. Above average arm strength for his class with 76 mph velocity from the crouch. Athletic lower half mobility, soft hands, clean, fluid transfer with athletic footwork. A right-handed hitter, White starts from a balanced stance with a low hand position. Simple, short load as he triggers his hands back and up, short stride with balance throughout his swing. Contact approach during batting practice, lots of sharp line drives through the middle with a handful of ground balls sprinkled in. Line drive power (84 mph), flat path, fluid hands, and strength at contact.

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