Cory Daly
Cory Daly
Cory Daly
Cory Daly




Jefferson (HS) • WV
5-10 • 165LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Jefferson Baseball


2019 National

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9/9/17 5-foot-9, 150-pound primary shortstop ran a 7.12 60-yard dash on this date, but ran a 6.94 at a previous PBR event this summer. Flashed athletic actions defensively with a quick first step and above average 84 mph arm strength across the diamond. The right-handed hitter starts from an open stance and initiates his swing with a short, lift-and-replace stride. Barreled the baseball consistently using all fields with a bat exit velocity of 81 mph. Sat 79-80 out of a high 3/4 arm slot with some natural cut to his fastball. Curveball displayed 11/5 rotation at 70-71 and changeup was thrown at 72-74 with near fastball arm speed. Overall athleticism will allow Daly to play multiple defensive positions at the next level with a potential move to the outfield a possibility.

8/26/17 5-foot-9, 150-pound right-handed hitter initiates swing from open set up with short stride staying open. There is good balance, head is still and hands work directly to baseball. Weight shift is passive leading to limited separation. Benefit would be gained in being more aggressive in working away from hands with lower half.
Defensively, athletic movements were evident. Above average range consistent with 6.94 60-yard dash time was demonstrated. Transfer was quick and clean and foot work was good in creating angles. Daly also flashed considerable arm strength on throw of 85 mph across infield.
On the mound, the right-hander worked out of a high 3/4 arm slot and flashed some quickness to arm with fastball sitting 81 with arm side run. Curveball thrown at 71-73 had 11/5 shape and late, sharp break. Change up at 74 had subtle arm side fade. Daly was able to command all of his offerings. Mechanically, there is good balance, rhythm and repeatability to delivery. Front hip coil is achieved following stride knee starting down and hands breaking. More efficient use of lower half could be gained by coiling hip at top of balance point.
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