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5-23-18 Arkansas ProCase:
Arkansas commit, 2018 RHP, (6-Foot-1), 175-pound frame, long and lean projectable build, high ¾ slot with easy arm swing. Repeatable delivery with command to glove side with fastball. Fastball 87-88, curveball had tight spin with 11-5 rotation at 75-76, change up was 77-78 with arm side action at the plate, advanced pitch ability.
5.23.17 All State Game
McCullough is a 6-foot-1 170-pound right-hander with an athletic frame and a thin build. He uses a short quick arm action from a H ¾ slot. His drop and drive delivery is repeated consistently with regular effort. He commanded the strike zone with a fastball which worked 87-90 with slight sink. He complimented his fastball with a curveball thrown 78-79 with late break and 11/5 action. Overall McCullough is a solid athlete with a quick arm and a feel for two advanced pitches.
McCullough is a 6-foot 160-pound right-hander with a slight frame and a thin build. He pitches 83-86 mph working as high as 87 mph with his fastball. He compliments his fastball with a change up and curveball. His changeup is thrown 76-77 mph with fade action. The curveball works 71-73 mph with sharp 10/4 break. He uses a ¾ arm slot with arm slot with a quick arm. He uses a simple delivery with a hesitation at his balance point. Overall McCullough has a quick arm with a feel for both secondary pitches. McCullough is a 5-foot-11 155-pound right hander with a medium frame and an athletic build. He struck out 6 in his 3 innings of work. He did this by locating his fastball 83-86 mph down in the strike zone and complimented it with a 11/5 curveball with depth thrown 71-73 mph. McCullough works with rhythm and balance throughout his delivery. His arm action is clean and loose from a H3/4 arm slot. As a 2018 grad the future looks bright for McCullough definitely a name to follow over the next three years.
8/20/19: Sat out the spring after transferring to Kansas State from Arkansas last fall. His summer was an impressive reintroduction to game action (1.05 ERA/0.94 WHIP), with the underclass righty punching out 29 in 25.2 innings while holding opponents to a .172 average. He’ll be a close watch upon returning to campus, with a fastball that works in the low 90s and improving hard curve, and looks the part of a potential Day Two talent for 2021.
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