Easton Barrett
Easton Barrett
Easton Barrett




Springville (HS) • UT
5-11 • 160LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Mountain West
2024 National

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A Future Games participant and did he ever make the most of his time at LakePoint! Barrett was the most talked about arm from Team Utah as we got a late start to the game, due to rain and he was matched up vs another quality LHP, so there was a good size crowd of coaches in attendance. Showing a quality delivery with the ability to repeat and pound the mitt, Easton has a high kick to delivery and turns his front shoulder and releases it late as he clears the path for this HTQ arm stroke. The late shoulder turn creates deception and better perceived velocity than his 84-86 mph FB suggests. Hitters get late reads and swings and he was tough to pick up. The CB 69-72 has quality break and shape and can start it in the other batters box to the arm side and it finishes with bit in and through the zone. The CH 75-78 is a plus pitch and he’s able to kill spin and throw it with FB arm speed and the pitch has plus deception and late bottom. The ability to throw 3 pitches with command at such an early age (15 Yrs Old) leaves an evaluator to dream on a 92-93 mph arm in a few years. He attracted P5 and major college internet and received 9-10 offers after the event. Was fun to watch!


Barrett had a very good freshman season, hitting .359 in the everyday varsity lineup with 22 runs scored, 15 RBI with 7 2B’s and 5 3B’s. On the mound he served primarily in late relief to lock down wins, sporting a 2.78 ERA in 13 apps, with 46 K outs in 27 IP! One that impressed at the Preseason All-State in March. Easton is a top 10 ranked player in his class with PBR Utah and shows a deceptive closed front side, with a late shoulder turn and the FB now has jumped to 82-85 in a 3 month span and the breaking ball sweeps away from LHH and he is a tough out, as hitters don’t pick him up. More to come over the next 3 years!


An athletic two way type, that impressed with not only where his metrics are for a freshman, but his movement patterns and his mechanics on the mound and the quality of the arm stroke along with a feel for 3 pitches. As a hitter, he has a classic upright square stance and gets loaded, along with a short fluid stroke. He needs to fire his hips a bit more, using his core, but he is 14/15 years old. He generated an EV of 90.45 mph, and on the mound, he was 79-82 with the FB, showing arm side life and had an event 2nd best FB spin rate of 2332, which is above average on a big league scale! The CB 66-69 is a drop in type and needs to be tighter, but it has the potential to be a pitch in time, as it has shape and definition, along with medium depth and controls for K’s. What separates him now, is the advanced feel for the CH 72-73 with deception and maintains FB arm speed with it and it fades with late sink and dive at the plate. He throws it with conviction and has confidence in it. Intriguing young player!

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