Quick Hitters: Wilmington ID/Team Beast Scout Day
February 9, 2023
On Sunday February 5th PBR of North Carolina was on hand in Wilmington, NC for the Wilmington Preseason ID and a Scout Day with the Team Beast Organization. The day featured players from the 2023-2027 grad classes.
The day began with catchers going through a defensive evaluation followed by pitchers throwing a controlled bullpen with Trackman collecting ball flight data. After the pitchers, players ran a laser timed 30 then infielders and outfielders went through a defensive workout. The day concluded with players taking batting practice with Trackman gathering advanced metrics.
Below we begin our breakdown of the players in attendance. Look for more information to follow in the coming days.
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Athletic frame at 6-foot-4, 180-pounds. Hit several balls hard to center and the left center gap. Quick hands with bat speed through the zone. Peak exit velocity at 94.5 mph, average EV at 86.3 mph. Arm topped at 90 mph from the outfield.
Strong, athletic build at 6-foot, 165-pounds. Fluid swing, takes a short path to the ball and keeps his barrel through the zone. Hands have quickness posting a peak exit velocity of 92.5 mph, average EV at 85.9 mph.
5-foot-7, 140-pound frame with room for maturation ahead. Relaxed hands with quickness. Gap to gap approach with a flat barrel path. Top exit velocity at 76.6 mph, average EV at 68.9 mph.
Athletic build at 6-foot, 180-pounds. Hands have quickness and strength. Balanced swing keeping his barrel through the zone. Exit velocities reached 93.8 mph, average EV at 85.7 mph. Ran a 3.99 laser timed 30.
Strength in a 6-foot-4, 208-pound frame. Hit balls off the barrel working gap to gap during BP. Flat barrel path getting extension through the middle of the field. Hands have quickness and strength. Peak exit velocity at 91.4 mph, average EV at 84.1 mph.
5-foot-10, 170-pound build. Simple, balanced swing with a flat barrel path through the zone. Hands have quickness with some feel for the barrel. Posted a top exit velocity of 85.4 mph, average EV at 79.6 mph.
6-foot-1, 157-pound frame with room to add strength. Toe tap load, stays balanced with his barrel working level through the zone and getting length through the middle. Peak exit velocity at 84.4 mph, average EV at 70.4 mph.
5-foot-11, 195-pound frame. Worked mostly to his pull side during BP. Hands have quickness with some lift to the swing path. Top exit velocity at 83.3 mph, average EV at 74.8 mph.
5-foot-9, 140-pound frame. Worked through the middle and to the opposite field during BP. Hands have quickness with an uphill barrel path. Exit velocities peaked at 81.4 mph, average EV at 74.3 mph.
5-foot-9, 205-pound build. Stayed through the middle during his BP rounds. Flat swing path with some feel for the barrel. Top exit velocity at 79.7 mph, average EV at 72 mph.
5-foot-5, 138-pound frame. Balanced swing with a flat barrel path through the zone. Worked gap to gap during his BP rounds. Peak exit velocity at 74.2 mph, average EV at 68.4 mph.