Gabe Camacho

CLASS OF 2023

1B
LHP

Gabe
Camacho

La Costa Canyon (HS) • CA
6-1 • 200LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Force Sports Club

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2023 National

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11/07/21

Body: 6-1, 200-pounds. Larger build with strength throughout. Can add some athleticism.
Hit: LHH. Sets up upright and slightly open. Loads slow and early. Rhythmic hands that get into a slight waggle and end up in a barrel tip launch position. Turns the barrel well into the zone. Slight uphill path with contact out front. Natural loft to the pullside. High barrel finish. Ability to adjust approach mid AB. Two hits during game action.   Blast Motion scores of 32-49-49. Ability to get a good position to hit and current dynamic power help make up for low plane score. Tinkering with the swing to keep the bat in the zone for longer could show immediate results vs off-speed pitches.
Power: 93.00 max exit velocity. Pullside HR pop. 70.3 mph avg bat speed is above average for his level and gives him a good power floor.
Arm: LH. INF - 76.00 mph. Arm works well at first, able to make the throw to second and third with ease.
Defense: Consistent fielding actions, can flip to first correctly, limited laterally, bunt D key, good size for position, can pick it too.
Run: 7.61 runner in the 60. 

Delivery: Good feel on the mound, repeatable delivery with limited wasted movement. Mature feel, consistent pitch to pitch, lower half engagement takes ease off his arm and helps his stamina. 
Arm Action: LH. Repeatable natural arm action, velocity stays constant, lacking quick twitch.
FB: T81, 79-81 mph. Fastball shows extreme ride with 17.8 induced vertical break and average spin rate at 2142 - showing a fastball that can be worked throughout the zone, generate more swings and misses than expected and would greatly benefit from a velocity jump.
CB: 72-73 mph. Quality breaking ball that he relies on in any count. Potential for swing and miss but more effective used early in the count. TrackMan shows more slider than curveball action.   
CH: 75-76 mph. Shows good feel for the change, pitch enables him to make it through a high school order three times, loosening of grip could decrease spin rate even more and help generate more swings and miss. 

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