Most Viewed Profiles of 2020 - Mason Guerra


Dan Jurik
Scouting Director - Pacific Northwest

At #4 in our countdown of the most viewed profiles of 2020 is Oregon State commit '21 SS Mason Guerra (Westview)

A permanent fixture at the top of our state rankings in Oregon since we first started coverage in 2019. Guerra possesses an exciting combination of hit and power tool to go with an advanced, mature approach to the game. While his current power is impressive, his frame still looks like it can handle more strength/size without compromising his actions or movement. Defensively he's handled SS and 3rd on our looks. The body control and glove hand fit at multiple positions on the dirt and he runs well enough to shift to the OF if needed. Guerra has consistently climbed in our national rankings based on his performances in competition and he currently sits inside our top 200 for the 2021 class. 

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#4 - '21 Mason Guerra

 

Mason Guerra

Class of 2021 / SS

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2021
  • Primary Position: SS
    Secondary Position: 3B
  • High School: Westview
    State: OR
  • Summer Team: Benz baseball/The Yard/Gunderson
  • Height: 6-3
    Weight: 195lbs
  • Bat/Throw: R/R

Statistics

Position
6.84
60-yard
(07/01/20)
85
INF Velo
(07/01/20)
103
Exit Velo
(07/01/20)
Position
60-yard
6.84
INF Velo
85
Exit Velo
103
Trackman - Hitting
103.2
Exit Velocity (max)
(07/01/20)
92.7
Exit Velocity (avg)
(07/01/20)
254
Distance (avg)
(07/01/20)
404
Distance (max)
(07/01/20)
73
Hard Hit %
(07/01/20)
17
Barrel %
(07/01/20)
63
Sweet Spot %
(07/01/20)
40
Line Drive %
(07/01/20)
43.3
Fly Ball %
(07/01/20)
17
Ground Ball %
(07/01/20)
Trackman - Hitting
Exit Velocity (max)
103.2
Exit Velocity (avg)
92.7
Distance (avg)
254
Distance (max)
404
Hard Hit %
Barrel %
Sweet Spot %
Line Drive %
Fly Ball %
Ground Ball %
Blast - Hitting
25.5
Hand Speed (max)
(07/01/20)
23.0
Hand Speed (avg)
(07/01/20)
73.8
Bat Speed (max)
(07/01/20)
69.5
Bat Speed (avg)
(07/01/20)
10.9
Rot. Acc (max)
(07/01/20)
6.5
Rot. Acc (avg)
(07/01/20)
80
On Plane Eff (avg)
(07/01/20)
Blast - Hitting
Hand Speed (max)
25.5
Hand Speed (avg)
23
Bat Speed (max)
73.8
Bat Speed (avg)
69.5
Rot. Acc (max)
Rot. Acc (avg)
On Plane Eff (avg)

Scouting Report

7/01/20

At 6-foot-3, 195-pounds, the frame is impressive and easy to dream on with considerable amount of strength still left to come. He has crisp, controlled athleticism including a 6.84 60-yard dash time, and while his frame might ultimately push him to a corner position, the power potential at the plate will allow his prospect status to remain high. The bat will be the carrying tool, and he demonstrated an impressive ability to hammer balls from gap-to-gap. The ball comes off Guerra’s bat at a “different” speed, and there is a loudness to the contact that is only surprising given the low effort of the setup and swing. The quickness of the hands stands out, and he was able to remain balanced even on secondary offerings, keeping the hands back, and getting off aggressive hacks on any and all pitches. 

 

3/31/20

The #1 player in the state for the ‘21 class and a top 250 national prospect, Guerra is starting to take his game to the next level with added physicality and strength. His 6-foot-3, 192 pound frame is holding noticeably more mass than earlier this spring. His fluid defensive actions are still prevalent and he is able to get the ball across the diamond with minimal effort. At the plate, the contact is loud and his high, two-handed finish thru could allow him to tap into some serious power this spring. Generates his bat speed with minimal effort. Hands stay quiet and he remains balanced in the box. 

 

4/29/19

Sporting a lean, highly athletic frame at 6-foot-3, 180 pounds. Guerra has terrific size for MINF and looks athletic enough to stick there long-term. Defensively, the actions are smooth and fluid with easy, controlled effort. Possesses exceptional body control throughout fielding process, especially while moving laterally. Arm action is loose and whippy while avoiding getting too long or extended. Plenty of arm strength to get the ball across the diamond. Had a tough day at the plate, going 0-2 with 2 K’s while also drawing a BB. The set-up and actions in the box are balanced and relaxed. Slightly open stance with low hand placement before getting into his forward stride. Hands stay loose and allow him to generate easy bat speed. Looks capable of tapping into some power as his frame develops. Overall, has an advanced skill set for a young player with some physical upside still remaining.