Antonio Buckley
Antonio Buckley
Antonio Buckley

CLASS OF 2017

LHP

Antonio
Buckley

Harford CC
Westfield (HS) • VA
5-9 • 140LBS • R/L
2017 National

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6.14.16:  Buckley stands a lanky 5-9. Throws from a low three-quarters arm slot with a smooth drop and drive delivery. Loose, quick arm generates velocity with some effort. Shoulders are level and closed as he strides to a square landing with an athletic finish. Fastball sat 79-80 with late run. Two-seamer was 78-79, touching 81, with heavy late run. Curveball had sharp 2/8 break and good armspeed, running 65-66. Change-up faded with good armspeed, running 73-75. Slider had late 2/8 break and was 68-70. Showed good command of all pitches and good pitchability.
11.1.15: Buckley is a lanky, athletic lefty who has a smooth drop and drive delivery and throws from a three-quarters arm slot. He has a long arm action and a quick arm that generates velocity with normal effort. His shoulders are closed and slightly uphill as he strides out on line and screws into a square landing before falling off as he finishes. Buckley’s fastball sat 76-77 and touched 78 and had some late run to it. His curveball had sharp 1/7 break and was thrown with good armspeed, running 62-64. His changeup was also thrown with decent armspeed and had a bit of arm side run to it, sitting 67-68.

9.23.15:  Buckley is an athletic lefty who throws primarily from a low three-quarters arm slot. He has a smooth drop and drive delivery and a short, quick arm that generates easy velocity. His shoulders are online and level as he strides out to a square landing, finishing in an athletic position. His fastball was 72-76 on the day. Buckley’s secondary pitches were outstanding, as he has the ability to throw a curveball and a slider that have different shapes and velocity from the same arm slot. The curveball ran 62-64 with sharp 1/7 break and the slider ran 67-68 with sharp 2/8 break. Buckley also threw a good changeup that had sinking action, good armspeed, and ran 67-70. Buckley had good command of his secondary pitches and has a lot of pitchability.
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