Jared Jones




La Mirada (HS) • CA
6-1 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: BPA


2020 National

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2020 DRAFT Pittsburgh ROUND 2


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Threw six innings while allowing one run on two hits and four walks and a hit batter. He struck out six. His fastball also ranged from 93-96 early, settling in at 92-95 at the end. His slider wasn’t as sharp, as he would get underneath most of the time, but a few flashed sharp break on a lateral plane. Ever the competitor and a good athlete, he varied his delivery quite a bit, throwing quick pitches and pausing at his balance point to try to disrupt hitters’ timing.

1/19/19 - Jones, the number two player overall in the 2020 class, returned to the La Mirada lineup on the third day of action, and immediately made his presence felt. The Southern California recruit, and two-way prospect, blasted a deep home run to left centerfield in his second at-bat of the day, and showcased his winning-ways in helping lead the Matadores to multiple victories. The right-handed hitter features quick hands and aggressive stroke, and has a propensity to show up when the team needs him the most. Appearing to have added at least 10 pounds of strength over the off-season, Jones strong arm continues to play as he showed it off in throwing out a base runner trying to move up. While his electric arm, and work on the mound continue to carry him as far as draft talk for 2020, his athleticism, competitiveness, and abilities as a position player are also quite impressive.

4/3/18 - 4/6/18 - He was 92-94 for the majority of the game, and the fastball really explodes through the zone. Athletic delivery with a slight stab in the back before the hand whips out front. ELECTRIC ARM. It's special arm strength. He varied his delivery a bunch. Went fast and slowed down to throw off timing. His final two sliders were 78 & 84, and they showed much more promise. Depth and swing and miss capabilities. Made me feel much better about him moving forward. VERY INTENSE competitor at all times, and wears his emotions on his sleeves. At the plate, he has twitchy hands and big bat speed. Power to both gaps with more to the pull side, and he can run. Obviously the arm is plus from the outfield and he made some incredible throws and plays.

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