Brian Sanders
Brian Sanders
Brian Sanders




St. Mary's College of Maryland
Westfield (HS) • VA
6-1 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Nova Premier


2020 National

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2020 State

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Unsigned Senior Games

Sanders is 6-1 with an athletic frame that has plenty of projection left to it. He hits from the right side from a balanced athletic stance, strides on line, loads back to a slight wrap. Hips rotate completely and he maintains some lower half balance. Keeps hands inside, short to ball with some strength at contact and extension through the ball. Slightly uphill swing path with natural loft in swing, showed a good approach working gap to gap, exit velocity was 81. In the infield, rounds ball and fields with average hands. Works through ball to a clean exchange, throws from a three-quarters arm slot with a short arm action, infield velocity was 77. Ran a 7.41 60 yard dash.


Preseason All-State I

6-foot-1, 175-pound strong physical frame. Crouched square stance hitting from the right side. Hands load back to a slight arm bar and bat is wrapped. Showed strength in the swing with an uphill bat path, was able to pull the hands in, and really used the lower half well getting it going forward. Exit velocity was 82 mph. Feet were active through the catch, soft hands fielding out front, to a quick exchange, arm action was longer, and threw from a high three-quarter arm slot. Infield velocity was 75 mph. Home-1st time was 4.71.


2019 Diamondskills All-American Camp

6-foot-1, 175-pound strong frame. Slightly crouched athletic stance with hands set high and bat wrapped. Uses small stride forward to gain ground on the pitch and lands on line with hands back. Stays behind contact and uses lower half with some violence to finish balanced. Bat has an uphill path and displayed the ability to hit for power from gap to gap. Exit velocity was 80 mph. Feet were active on the defensive side. Clean glove presentation to catch and gathered at center. Exchange was slow with a bit of a windup. Arm action was long, but showed arm speed and strength on a 80 mph throw across from a low three-quarter arm slot. Posted a 60 time of 7.28.

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