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Vintage (HS) • CA
6-2 • 225LBS • R/R


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8/5/2015 - Horn’s fastball ranged from 89-92 and he got some swings and misses on a slider that showed tilt and depth, though it was inconsistent. It sat 76-79. Horn has some funk in his arm action, which gets deep in the back with a high elbow and he pitches with some effort. He allowed two runs on four hits and a hit batter while striking out two in three innings.

4/6/19:Physical, 6-foot-4, 225 Horn has a developed, mature body with strength and stamina for the position in a starting role. He throws from a high 3/4 slot, repeating a simple delivery. Lands on his heel at foot strike which appears to affect his ability to get to his arm side consistently as well as jeopardizes general fastball control. His fastball ranges 86-91 with 2-seam running sink. Solid average curveball which he throws with a great deal of confidence. In limited looks he flashed a slider with limited feel and control. Changeup was a solid pitch, located down in the zone with sink. Maintains a solid combination of down plane and life with good pitch definition. History with the player lends to better stuff than seen as he returns from an appendectomy two days prior to the start of the season. Ceiling as backend of the rotation with return to previous form and low end value as middle relief/up and down innings eater. Later Day Two prospect based on present stuff. Follow close down the stretch to look for jumps in velocity. (Gouldsmith)

8/20/18:Six-foot-four, 225 pounds. Strong, physical build. Ideal pitching frame. Above average athlete. Former prep quarterback. Loose arm action. High three-quarter slot. Quick, explosive delivery with effort and head snap. Recoils and cuts off extension at times. Halts momentum too early and doesn’t allow upper body to get out over front side. If he can stay on the ball longer, it should help him keep the fastball down in the zone and improve control of his secondary offerings. Horn has been a weekend starter for the Bears since he arrived on campus but was only used in relief this summer. Out of the pen his fastball sat 92-94 mph early and then dipped to 90-91. Late life to arm side. Less movement, more tilt/angle when working glove side. Paired it with a sharp 11/5 curveball at 74-78 mph. Plus at times but needs more consistency. Showed marginal changeup at 83-84. Overall, very impressive athlete with quality stuff and a competitive demeanor on the mound. After seeking seven figures-plus as a prep prospect for the 2016 draft, Horn now profiles as an early Day Two talent in 2019. (D Jurik)

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