Brock Lulewicz
Brock Lulewicz




Muskego (HS) • WI
6-0 • 175LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Hitters Baseball Academy


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Positional Profile: SS/2B
Body: 6-0, 165-pounds. Lanky, high-waisted frame with plenty of physical projection to come as he continues to mature.
Hit: LHH. Balanced lower half, active pre-pitch bat rhythm, hands work upward at load, short stride.  Quick hands/wrists, short bat path, barrel travels uphill to contact at times. Line drive approach, worked the other way in BP.
Power: 86.3 max exit velocity, averaged 76.58 mph. 246’ max distance.
Arm: RH. C -  mph. INF - 83 mph. OF -  mph. Short arm circle finishes from a high 3/4 slot.
Defense: Defends with a confident aura to him on the infield. Lower half works around the baseball in rhythm, athletic posture at gather, glove works out front of body. Soft hands, clean funnel, quick release on the move. Extremely advanced defender on the move, adept body control. All the actions to stick up the middle long-term.
Run: 7.33 runner in the 60. 


Lulewicz is the latest high-follow shortstop in Wisconsin, following a long line of excellent middle infielders before him including Gavin Lux (2016), Noah Miller (2021), Gavin Kilen (2022), and 2023s Cal Fisher and Alex Alicea. Lulewicz looks a little different than the aforementioned, already nearing the 6-foot mark as a freshman, showing a little more physicality at an earlier age. Still, the Muskego prospect features a savvy and smooth defensive skill set, just like those before him, and his left-handed bat is advanced. It's a smooth, fluid swing with an innate ability to lift the ball that is especially projectable when you factor in his physical upside. Last summer, Lulewicz commanded the middle of the infield, ranging to his left and right with rhythm while exchanging into an arm that featured both carry and accuracy across the diamond. Lulewicz boasts a rare combination of size and athleticism, and he looks like a good bet to become one of the state's top 2024 prospects in the near future.


High-ceiling prospect; advanced frame with notable athleticism. Long-levered, rangy athlete who played a premium shortstop all weekend. Defensively, plays with bounce and confidence, soft hands with athleticism to make non-routine plays with relative ease. Arm plays well across the diamond. Flashed carry and accuracy. Left-handed hitter, loose levers, swing is athletic and loose, on time, up-the-middle approach.

Started on the mound against Fastball Elite. Clear athleticism present, repeatable tall/fall type delivery, level front side, upright finish. Short and loose arm action that works from a high ¾ slot. Fastball sat 76-78 mph, touching 79. Comes out clean with life out of the hand, straight four-seam type, effectively wild on this day. Mixed in a cutter-type pitch with late glove-side action that played at 71-73 mph. Curveball sat 64-65 mph, showed 11/5 shape, flashed late break, some feel for pitch. Went 2.1 innings and struck out seven batters.


Positional Profile: SS/2B
Body: 5-foot-8, 117-pounds. Lanky frame.
Defense: Fields ball out in front, fluid footwork for age, athletic fielding position for age, attacks ball well.
Arm: RH. INF - 73 mph. Short, loose arm action, high 3/4 arm slot, showed some carry for age.
Hit: LHH. Balanced setup, short stride, slightly open. Shows some bat speed for age, level, uphill path, line drive, gap-gap approach.
Power: 71 mph exit velocity from the tee.
Run: 7.87 runner in the 60.

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