Jonny Hatch
Jonny Hatch




Bingham (HS) • UT
6-3 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Mountain West 2022 Navy


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The Salt Lake CC signee led the state with 17 2B’s as a junior as he was the main bat in a loaded offensive lineup for the Miners. A 1st All-State recognition followed and he fell into an advantageous position to be scooped up this past fall to be a key recruiting piece for the nationally ranked Bruins of Salt Lake. Tall and lanky with weight and strength gains to come, look for Hatch to build off a strong junior season and be an offensive force at the 6A level. 


Jonny was an intriguing two way player, that captured your attention with his long levers and feel for the barrel last fall at the Fall Prospect ID and then came out this spring as the starting 3B for perennial state power Bingham and had a fantastic spring with the bat. Hatch posted a .375 BA with 14 2B’s, to rank in the top 2 in the state. He collected 24 RBI and then went 2-2 with a 2B in the Utah HS underclass all-star game. Hatch has soft hands and rangy athleticism with a strong online throwing arm, as he was one of the driving forces on the offensive end this spring. At 6-3 175, the frame projects well and should get to 190-195 as he continues to gain added weight and strength with natural maturity. He’s the type of player that has had good coaching at the HS level by a HOF coach and plays for the highly competitive Mountain West summer team. I’m all in on this kid. Definite collegiate prospect. 


A Lg thin frame with wiry strength, Hatch has physical proj with another 20 Lbs left to fill and get even stronger with maturity. As a pitcher, he shows a side step and methodical pivot to balance and then lifts his lead leg into a high flexible kick with a compact delivery. A medium clean HTQ clean arm stroke with finish out front and repeats to fill up the zone for K’s. The FB 82-86 has straight life and shows solid hand/eye to hit the mitt. The FB looks to carry more as he adds arm strength coupled with physical maturity. The CB 71-75 has even spacing of velo off the FB and has medium short depth. With a tweak with some hand adjs thru release, he should add more depth as he continues to add inns and exp. The CH 78-79 shows fade and has proper velo and arm speed and with added FB velocity will create more area for a hitter to cover. The defensive work at SS, he shows soft hands and some bounce with his lower ½, and fields out front, yet gets a little too deep at times, but his feet carry through the ball, and he gets off clean accurate throws to 1B. The bat has strength now and has some rock back to load at a 45 and gets good separation with his lower ½ and fires the bat with a short compact stroke with length and contact out front. He does get upright and shows a rotating base through contact, if he gets down into his legs more, with his hand speed and EV of 95, he should carry even more thump as he continues to fill out. Intriguing set of tools to develop over the next 2 years before entering college. 

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