John Crawford

John Crawford
  • John Crawford
  • John Crawford
  • John Crawford
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  • High School

    Wapakoneta, Class of 2013 State: OH

  • Positions

    Primary Position: LHP Secondary Position: OF

  • Height: 6'2Weight: 180lbs


  • Bat/Throw: L/L
  • Pitching Fastball: 83-86 Curveball: 73-75 Changeup: 73-74
  • Position 60 Time: 7.36 Position Velocity- Outfield: 85
  • Commitment

    Bowling Green

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6-foot-2, 180-pound two-way prospect. On the mound, he shows a projectable body. Uses effortless arm action with good balance in delivery. Clean arm extension with good lower half follow through. Fastball easily projects to gain further velocity in future. Currently ranges 83-86 mph with late movement in zone. Shows good control of off-speed pitches. Curveball velocity is 74-76 mph with two plane downward tilt with depth. Excellent arm speed on change (73-75 mph) with arm side run and sink action.

Has physical projection in athletic body. Good delivery with extension. Arm works well, moderate arm speed through upper 3/4 slot. Aggressive with fastball (83-84 mph),  shows good late life w/run. Good developing off-speed, shows spin on curve (68-71 mph) and has feel for change (73 mph). Around the plate with control. Good 2-way prospect for college, is a fine all-around OF. Solid Mid-major D-1 at this point with room to get better.

Crawford is a talented two-way prospect and definite follow in the Class of 2013. He could potentially play both positions at the next level. In the field, he is aggressive to the ball. He shows quick, effortless arm action that generated a top velocity of 85 mph. At the plate, the left-handed hitter maintains balance throughout his swing. He uses a quick, easy load and a short path to the ball while achieving extension. He shows gap-to-gap power potential. He registered a 7.36 60-yard dash on a slow track. On the mound, the lefty uses a high 3/4 arm slot and long, loose arm action. He possesses quick arm speed and a smooth rhythm throughout his delivery. His fastball sits 80-82 mph while showing late natural sinking action. He showed excellent command of a 69-70 mph sharp, sweeping curveball. His changeup, which sits at 72-73 mph, is thrown near fastball arm speed and shows sinking movement. In addition, he displayed a 70 mph split-finger fastball.