Jaxson Reiser
Jaxson Reiser

CLASS OF 2024

RHP
OF

Jaxson
Reiser

Mountain Ridge (HS) • UT
6-2 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Mountain West Academy

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3/06/22

Reiser a transfer into Mountain Ridge HS and just declared eligible, will be making his mark soon. A 2022 PBR Future Games invite, Resier has a lean, long lanky frame with room for added weight and strength at maturity. A loose arm w/a LTQ to TQ slot and featuring considerable whip and arm speed, has 90+ potential in his future. The FB 84-87 has natural arm side run, with his lower slot, which allows for his spin axis and hand to get inside the baseball and create some turnover effect. The SL is more of a lower velocity SLV and has 4-6 inches of depth, while needing to maybe raise his slot somewhat to add more depth and velo to the pitch. Has some frisbee effect right now, and with a lower slot, the pitch can flatten out at times. The CH 77-78 has fade and depth with only 1300+ spin, which indicates he knows how to kill spin, but can slow his arm down at times in creating that spin (rpm). Would like to see him speed the arm up a bit more and get the spin into the 1700-1800 rpm range, which will add deception and not lose the velo, while creating more late depth w/the turnover spin. A 3 pitch mix to work with and will be interesting to watch his development this spring and into the summer.  

11/20/20

An intriguing 6-2 175 class of ‘24 with a bright future and is the younger cousin of 2021 Justis Reiser-LHP, a BYU commit and Jaxson may have even more upside. A young 14 year old incoming freshman who should be able to contribute to the varsity this next spring. A lean athletic strongly built wiry build with definite proj, to go along with added growth and strength gains with natural maturity. A two way type that shows flashes on both sides of the baseball and on the mound. As an OF, defensively he moves well into the baseball, fielding out front, and getting his body with momentum into his throws. Does need to raise his arm to no less than HTQ with his throwing stroke, as he throws from a LTQ almost side arm slot like Hunter Pence. As a hitter, he starts from an even props upright stance, and rocks into his back leg and loads the bat at a 45 degree angle, while taking a soft foot strike out front. He gets good separation, but would like to see him get hinged into his back leg, which will give him better balance and allow him to stay back on off speed. The bat path is short with some length out front and has some uphill. Would like to see a more linear path and is very correctable. On the mound, he shows the potential to throw hard one day, as he reached FB max of 83, with late hop. The delivery has a base to work from and the size and arm speed to carry more as he develops over time. The delivery is a medium to high kick with balance and breaks over the rubber. The arm works from a loose full circle HTQ arm stroke with a loose wrist to finish pitches. Shows the feel to spin the ball and slows his arm somewhat, while needing to throw the CB harder and with more intent. The CH shows feel w/fade and late mild sink. Just like the CB, he needs to throw with FB arm speed and intent. Has the makings in different facets of the game, to make some noise over the next 4 years, and I look forward to seeing his progress moving forward. 

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