Mason Strong




Brigham Young
Snow Canyon (HS) • UT
6-0 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: LVR


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Have seen this young man since he was 12 years old and he has steadily improved every year, into a solid college prospect, as he is signed to play his college baseball at BYU, but he will also draw MLB scout attention this spring as well. Mason had an event 2nd best exit velo of 99+ and was in the top 3 average exit velo. Strong also finished with the top Blast Motion rotational acceleration score of 24.7, which is really impressive, as it measures your trunk and core rotation into your swing. Showing his versatility, Mason showed 1.85-2.0 pop times behind the plate w/clean exchanges and an event best 82 mph arm. Strong also was 86-90 mph in the OF and ran a personal best 6.67/60, which is impressive, but for a catcher it's elite. It was a good showing by Strong.


Mason found a couple barrels this weekend, as he had a 3B to the RCF gap and took a FB 94 off Nevada top pitching prospect, Chris Cortez on a line out to CF. Feel to hit and shows proj feet and hands to catch long term w/added strength and size. A steady performer vs good pitching and plays with passion. Shows leadership qualities.

A local St. George, UT product, that’s a well traveled player, while playing with LVR (Las Vegas) on a very successful team and playing good competition. Is playing for the Nevada/Utah Braves Scout team this fall and has been all-tournament in many events, while being named MVP in a big tourney of late. At 505 125 entering his freshman year, Mason is now 601 180 and still has room to fill out and get stronger. A Lg lean streamlined build with broad shoulders, He projs another 15 Lbs at maturity. A tireless worker that lives for the game. Plays all around the diamond, but stands out behind the plate. Sits low and gives a good target and shows continued improvement with his receiving. Comes out of the shoot with quick feet, and gets off online throws with a fringe to avg arm at times. The carrying tools is the bat! Hits velo from a classic square even prop stance with some rock to his lower ½ to time his load and foot strike. The ball jumps from a short compact stroke with extension into a two hand full finish. Shows some strength to hit for avg type power down the road. Has hit everywhere he’s played. Solid kid with a good baseball IQ. Committed to BYU

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