Super 60 Spotlight: Miko Rodriguez


Nathan Rode
National Supervisor



Miko Rodriguez

Class of 2018 / OF

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2018
  • Primary Position: OF
  • High School: Forest Hills Central
    State: MI
  • Summer Team: Canes National
  • Height: 6-1
    Weight: 205lbs
  • Bat/Throw: R/R

Statistics

Pitching
84
Max FB
Position
6.59
60-yard
80
INF Velo
95
OF Velo
97
Exit Velo

Scouting Report

7/11/17
Texas A&M recruit, currently ranked No. 87 overall, No. 3 in Michigan’s 2018 class. 6-foot-1, 195-pound right-handed hitting outfielder, proportionally strong quick-twitch athlete. Delivered an all-around impressive performance at the Midwest ProCase, showcasing high-level tools across the board. Offensively, hits from a relaxed, slightly open setup; fluid pre-pitch rhythm, swings with controlled aggression; generates explosive bat speed, stays strong through the ball, maintains balance through contact. Has quieted down the swing since last look; repeats well, stays inside, knows how to backspin a baseball with loft. Tanked a few taper-blasts in BP. Registered 97 mph exit velocity with wood. Ran a 6.71 laser-timed 60 and was clocked at 91 mph from the outfield. Moves around the outfield with confidence, throws have carry from high-3/4 slot. Overall established himself as a high-follow draft prospect moving forward.

6/29/16
Rodriguez is a 6-foot, 195 pound physically developed prospect with a baby face. Ran a 6.96 60 yard dash. Has good strength in the OF throwing 89 mph with good carry. Hits from a balanced stance, using a smooth load, leg lift and easy cut. Rodriguez showed big power hitting several home runs daily in batting practice. 97 mph exit velocity.


3/6/16
Rodriguez has an athletic 6-foot, 190-pound build. He stands open in the batter’s box and uses a knee pinch with his load. He showed good rhythm and had plus bat speed with a good approach. His exit velocity was 92 mph and he ran a 6.87 60-yard dash. In the outfield, he showed the ability to take good routes to the ball with a quick first step and work through it with his lower half well and under control. His position velocity from the outfield was 92 mph.



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