Grant Rakers
Grant Rakers
Grant Rakers
Grant Rakers
Grant Rakers




Oak Mountain (HS) • AL
5-11 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: VBA Black 17u


2022 National

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5-foot-11, 170-pound athletic proportional frame. Began in a balanced stance with a compact load while using a small leg kick. Bat speed is efficient and he displays a short upward swing plane and an up the middle approach with an exit velocity up to 91 mph. Above average from the outfield, he made throws to the plate with velocity up to 78 mph with a quick exchange and rhythmic footwork. Showed consistent accuracy to the plate with a long arm action and an-over-the-top slot. In the 60-yard dash, recorded a time of 7.09. The offensive ability of the 2022 grad has continued to progress as he shows well with the bat each time we see him.


5-foot-11, 170-pound mature frame. Capable in the box, Rakers recorded an exit velocity of 88 mph. Setup was comprised of athletic stance and a smooth load. Bat speed was above average, and displayed uphill swing plane. Showed a lot of loud contact during the round. Gap to gap approach. Above average in the outfield, his best throws to the infield topped out at 75 mph; had consistent hands, and a quick exchange. Showed a high ¾ slot with consistent accuracy to the bag. Recorded a time of 7.22 in the 60-yard dash.


5-foot-10, 160-pound athletic frame. During the event, recorded a 60 time of 7.43. Began in an athletic stance with a controlled compact load, then used a controlled stride just before his swing. Had efficient bat speed and short simple swing plane. Created some loud contact during his round. Up the middle approach. From the outfield, he made throws to the infield at velocities up to 82 mph. Used a long arm action and an-over-the-top slot while showing consistent accuracy to the plate.

9.23.18- has a young athletic frame that should fill out with lean strength in the future. Was very solid in IF drills that had advanced pre setup with the feet and good instincts on balls off of the bat. Defensive work is a strength of his. At the plate, he had sort of a robotic long load but consistently sprayed line drives all over the field. He really battled in his 2 game at bats and competed fiercely. A follow in the future as he continues to gain strength, etc

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