Traton Staheli

CLASS OF 2021

RHP

Traton
Staheli

Brigham Young
PIne View (HS) • UT
6-5 • 190LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CBA UTAH

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2021 National

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12/01/20

Staheli is oozing with physical projection with the best is yet to come type w/the FB velocity. A recent BYU signee w/a tall loose and lanky build Staheli has broad shoulders with long arms and legs, with a pitchers rear, which lends to added lower leg development in time. At 6-6 190, the frame suggests 25-30 more Lbs. in due time, and it’s easy to see the FB climbing into the mid 90’s in the near future. The second best arm at the Fall Prospect ID, Traton showed a compact high kick from a NWU delivery. The delivery stretches out with some length, and his arm action from a HTQ slot is loose and live. With a FB up to 92 all summer/fall, Staheli was 88-90 at the event with a CB 74-78 and a CH 78-82. There’s solid spacing of his 3 pitch mix, and with another foot added to the FB in time, his spacing will be ideal. 

10/03/20

Another arm locally that hasn’t produced much at the Hs level until this, the summer after his junior year. Playing every weekend in and out of state with CBA Summit Utah, Traton has made big strides while showing he’s a late bloomer that has found his footing and is taking advantage of it. A XL tall frame with wide shoulders, tapering down to a streamlined look, that reminds me physically of a young John Lackey. At 605 190, he has the frame to carry 25-30 more Lbs at maturity. Has a classic rock step from the 1B side of the mound with a bent and firm back leg, allowing him to get into his lower ½ and drove the slope of the mound to get downhill. The arm is loose, live and shows average arm speed, while carrying more with added strength. The FB 88-93 CZ 91 features some cut life at times down and carrying life up top. Generated S/M’s all summer. The CB 75-77 can be thrown harder and shows solid TQ shape with depth and avg bite. Will be a weapon in time. CH used sparingly. One of the better if not best arms that’s left uncommitted. Has received a PAC-12 offer now and many more are talking. Will commit this fall. Someone is getting a kid that’s gonna throw real hard one day.

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