Austin Overn
Austin Overn
Austin Overn
Austin Overn

CLASS OF 2022

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Austin
Overn

Southern California
Foothill (HS) • CA
6-0 • 170LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Trosky National

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Best Of Stats

Hitting
24.5
Hand Speed (max)
6/20/21
78.6
Bat Speed (max)
2/06/21
18.3
Rot. Acc (max)
6/20/21
-
Hard Hit %
Power
98.2
Exit Velocity (max)
6/20/21
85.5
Exit Velocity (avg)
6/20/21
381
Distance (max)
6/20/21
48
Sweet Spot %
6/20/21
Run
6.17
60-yard
6/20/21
-
30-yd
-
10-yd
-
Run speed (max)
Defense
-
INF Velo
87
OF Velo
6/20/21
-
C Velo
-
Pop Time

Positional Tools

2021
2020
60 Yard Dash
6.17
Outfield Velocity
87.0
Power / Speed Score
15.9
60 Yard Dash
6.48
Outfield Velocity
84.0
Power / Speed Score
14.6
SoCal ProCase (INVITE ONLY)
Jun 20, 2021
Position
6.17
60-yard
87
OF Velo
95
Exit Velo
Preseason All-State (2021/2022)
Feb 6, 2021
Position
6.27
60-yard
85
OF Velo
94
Exit Velo
SoCal Upperclass I.D. Camp II
Oct 11, 2020
Position
6.48
60-yard
84
OF Velo
95
Exit Velo

Hitting

2021
2020
Exit Velocity Max
98.2
Exit Velocity Avg
85.2
Distance Max
381
Distance Avg
218
Launch Angle Avg
21.1
Hard Hit %
Sweet Spot %
Line Drive %
Fly Ball %
Ground Ball %
Exit Velocity Max
94.6
Exit Velocity Avg
85.1
Distance Max
351
Distance Avg
134
Launch Angle Avg
4.3
Hard Hit %
Sweet Spot %
Line Drive %
Fly Ball %
Ground Ball %
SoCal ProCase (INVITE ONLY)
Jun 20, 2021
Trackman - Hitting
98.2
Exit Velocity (max)
85.5
Exit Velocity (avg)
196
Distance (avg)
381
Distance (max)
Hard Hit %
Sweet Spot %
Line Drive %
Fly Ball %
Ground Ball %
Preseason All-State (2021/2022)
Feb 6, 2021
Trackman - Hitting
93.5
Exit Velocity (max)
84.5
Exit Velocity (avg)
272
Distance (avg)
353
Distance (max)
Hard Hit %
Sweet Spot %
Line Drive %
Fly Ball %
SoCal Upperclass I.D. Camp II
Oct 11, 2020
Trackman - Hitting
94.6
Exit Velocity (max)
85.1
Exit Velocity (avg)
134
Distance (avg)
351
Distance (max)
Hard Hit %
Sweet Spot %
Line Drive %
Fly Ball %
Ground Ball %

Hitting

2021
2020
Hand Speed Max
24.5
Hand Speed Avg
22.1
Bat Speed Max
78.6
Bat Speed Avg
70.5
Rotational Acceleration Max
Rotational Acceleration Avg
On-Plane Efficiency Max
On-Plane Efficiency Avg
Hand Speed Max
23.6
Hand Speed Avg
22.7
Bat Speed Max
77.9
Bat Speed Avg
73.8
Rotational Acceleration Max
Rotational Acceleration Avg
On-Plane Efficiency Max
On-Plane Efficiency Avg
SoCal ProCase (INVITE ONLY)
Jun 20, 2021
Blast - Hitting
24.5
Hand Speed (max)
22.0
Hand Speed (avg)
73.0
Bat Speed (max)
69.6
Bat Speed (avg)
Rot. Acc (max)
Rot. Acc (avg)
On Plane Eff (avg)
MaxOnPlaneEfficiency
Preseason All-State (2021/2022)
Feb 6, 2021
Blast - Hitting
23.8
Hand Speed (max)
22.3
Hand Speed (avg)
78.6
Bat Speed (max)
71.9
Bat Speed (avg)
Rot. Acc (max)
Rot. Acc (avg)
On Plane Eff (avg)
SoCal Upperclass I.D. Camp II
Oct 11, 2020
Blast - Hitting
23.6
Hand Speed (max)
22.7
Hand Speed (avg)
77.9
Bat Speed (max)
73.9
Bat Speed (avg)
Rot. Acc (max)
Rot. Acc (avg)
On Plane Eff (avg)
MaxOnPlaneEfficiency

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6/20/21

SoCal ProCase:

Body: 6 foot, 170 pounds. Lean athletic frame, with some present strength with room to continue to get bigger and stronger 

Hit: LHH- In the box, Austin has a very relaxed setup. With his hands and bat calmly resting on his shoulder, he starts his load with a simple and repeatable toe tap, and once he has shifted his weight back onto his back leg, his hands gain separation and explode to the baseball. His bat path is very short, direct, and level. Overn's bat speed is already next level averaging 73.85 mph via Blast, when at the major league level we’re seeing an average of 70.3 in the entire 2019 season. 

Power: With Overn's above average bat speed and the natural lift that he creates with his hand path, the pullside power is present during his batting practice. Typically this has not been his strongest tool, but last year in the lead off spot he still hit a respectable three longballs. However, Overn’s max exit velocity on the day was 98.23, nearly mph higher than the 93.51 he posted just before his junior season. Hopefully we can see that trend continue for him as he tries to carry that into his senior campaign. 

Field: Overn’s actions in the outfield can be described as nothing but natural. All of his motions and footwork are quick yet fluid. When fielding the ball he approaches calmly and under control and has a clean funnel from glove to hand. The range in center field is next level and the athleticism really comes out to play when he is going and getting fly balls out there. 

Arm: Getting as high as 87 mph from the outfield, Overn has a very quick and compact arm action that has shown to be consistently accurate. He is very good at getting behind the baseball and working through it in order to get the most out of each of his throws. 

Run: Overn shined during the 60-yard dash blowing everyone out of the water when he posted a 6.17 laser-time. He explodes out of his stance and instantly shifts into a gear that not many others possess. His arm action is slightly cross body, which should only get scouts more excited about the base stealing potential once his technique gets cleaned up. 

Summary: Overn is simply the kind of athlete that any coach would dream to have setting the table for your lineup and roaming out in center field. The future Trojan is dripping with tools that can impact a game at any level, and the speed alone is game changing. Due to his next level speed and range, there is no doubt that he can stick in centerfield when he makes the transition to college ball, but was more than willing to take reps in left field so another player could get their own reps in center, where he looked every bit as comfortable as he did in center. It seems Overn is taking strides in terms of packing on strength and if that trend continues then this is a ballplayer that you're going to want to keep an eye on going into the 2022 season.

2/06/21

Body6-1, 165-pounds. High waist, track built body with explosive athletic actions. Plus runner with gliding actions
Hit: SH. Narrow, tight, and tall keeping hands low/even. Hands work back with quick toe-tap foot lift. Stiff front side allows the transfer of energy up chain.  Quick handspeed and ability to keep barrel connected before releasing out front. Compact swing; Rotates easily and batspeed is an asset. Shows the ability to drive the ball and pullside power. 78.6 Max Batspeed, 16.2 gs Max Rotational Acceleration, 23.8 Max Handspeed,
Power93.50 mph exit velocity.
ArmRH. OF - 85 mph. Compact arm, high back elbow. Able to get rid of it quickly.
DefenseAthleticism shows up with easy quick feet, bounces around and shows the actions to be a strong CF.
Run6.38 runner in the 60. 

10/11/20

Defense Moves well forward-back and side-to-side, quick first step, next level CF potential. 
Arm: OF - 84 mph. Average arm with potential for more, simple arm mechanics that could translate in infield.
Hit: SH. Recently converted to switch hitting. Showed well and even from both sides of the plate and has the potential to do both at the next level.  Blast Motion scores of 49/62/57. Scored as a PAC-12 commit is expected to. Above-average connection score highlights his natural hitting ability from both sides of the plate.
Power: 95 mph exit velocity. 
Run6.48 runner in the 60. 

1/04/20

The recent USC commit was the seventh player to run the 60 and made sure to make his presence felt from the top by running a laser timed 6.55 before taking to the hitting wheel showing his present and projectable power. Started off with live BP where he peppered the gap to the pull side while showing the ability to work middle. Generates bat speed with very fast hands and a simple toe tap stride into the ball. Registered an 86 MPH exit velo which backed up what he showed in BP. The frame is long at 5-foot-11 and lean at 155-pounds, but there is present strength in the shoulders and down through the arms. With a high waist and some present lower half strength the projection for future growth/strength gains is obvious. Defensively he’s athletic and fluid getting to and working through the ball. Arrives under control and ready to get rid of the ball which he does cleanly and with present arm strength - 84 mph to home plate. 

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