Brody Duvall
Brody Duvall

CLASS OF 2022

2B
OF

Brody
Duvall

Spanish Fork (HS) • UT
6-0 • 160LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Team Utah
2022 National

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8/15/21

A West Coast Games participant that had a strong spring in helping Spanish Fork to the 5A Utah State Championship. Also a member of the powerhouse Team Utah ‘22 throughout his HS career, as the team boasts several D1 commits and other next level players. Duvall has been exposed to velocity and good competition. Playing 2B at the WCG’s, Duvall made all the routine plays and handled himself with poise and an ease to his game. Not a power threat, but a high contact type hitter, that has zone recognition, and will lay down a bunt. In a showcase setting, where swinging the bat is the priority, Duvall even squared around a couple of times to draw the 3B in, to open the left side hole. He also laid down a bunt that went foul at the last minute. What this speaks to, is this is his game, and will do whatever it takes to get on base and start something for his team. Not a tools type, but a solid baseball player, who has a handful of JC’s showing interest at present and it won’t be long before an offer comes his way. Keep an eye on this kid. Will make someone happy and is a winning type player. 


12/22/20

A player I was looking forward to seeing, as he plays for the elite Team Utah ‘22 and I was pleasantly surprised! Duvall brings an athletic package to the middle of the diamond and looks to be an offensive minded 2B’man in the future. He acquits himself at SS, and should be able to handle the position in spurts, but the package is intriguing across the bag at second. A 6.80/60 with a solid running gate, and defensively he moves with actions and fields out front with quick hands. Looks comfortable to the backhand side, and does take an extra step to get rid of the ball, but does have a smooth arm stroke and his throws are online and accurate. The bat from the left side, is what separates him from other players who hit RH’ed, with the LHH profile. The bat shows separation between the load and timing of the landing of his front foot, giving him a strong base to fire off a short compact hitting stroke with a one and two hand finish, depending on the location and point of contact. The kid can play and also features some metrics to aid the game play, as he’s able to use it in games. With a 6.80/60 to go with an EV of 93.4 and 70 MPH bat speed, these give him a speed/strength combo to build from. Definite college level player!


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