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CLASS OF 2016

LHP
OF

Evan
Lee

Arkansas
Bryant (HS) • AR
6-2 • 200LBS • L/L

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3.4.16
Lee is a 6-foot-1 190 pound left-hander with a large frame and an athletic build. He commanded the strike zone consistently with his two seam 84-86 mph, he flashed his four seam a few times over the five innings of work running it up there 88-89 mph. He complimented the fastball with a sharp 1/7 curveball with late action. He threw the curveball 70-72 mph. He also commanded a change up at 76-78 mph. Mechanically he did a sound job repeated his delivery allowing him to compete in the strike zone. He worked from an H ¾ arm slot with a short quick arm action. He came to a good balance point with regular effort, his rhythm is rushed but repeated, he has an athletic finish. Overall Lee is an advanced left-hander who projects to continue to get better. His breaking ball was more advance today than in previously reported.
 
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Lee is a 6-foot-1 180-pound LHP/OF with a large frame and an athletic build. On the mound Tuesday he showed above average arm strength with pitchability. He worked his fastball down in the zone at 88-91 mph. He complimented his fastball with a 72-74 curveball with 1/7 shape and late break and a change up he threw with near fastball arm speed and arm side run. He repeats his mechanics allowing him to throw strikes on a consistent basis. His rhythm is rushed for me but it works for him. During the 60 portion of the day he ran a 6.7. Overall Lee is a good athlete with a clean quick arm that understands how to pitch.
 
Lee is a 6-foot 165-pound LHP, with a projectable frame with a thin build. He has a quick clean arm from a H3/4 arm slot. He pitches 84-87 mph and will touch 89 mph. Mechanically he is sound maintaining balance and rhythm through an effortless delivery. His change up has fastball arm speed with ASR. The curveball 12/6 action with depth, but is erratic down in the zone. Lee is an above athlete with a projectable arm action and frame. He will throw harder and continue to develop into one of the best pitchers in the state.
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