Justin Trimble
Justin Trimble

CLASS OF 2021

1B
OF

Justin
Trimble

UC Santa Barbara
Arroyo Grande (HS) • CA
6-4 • 220LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Trosky National (2021)
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2/06/21

Body: 6-4, 220-pounds. Large and athletic build with present strength throughout the frame. Passes the eye test.
HitLHH. Sets up in a wider base with bat relaxed at the shoulder. Shifts slightly into his backside and use a simple forward stride. Hands stay back as he moves forward while staying connected to his backside.  Hands work inside the ball as he turns quick and tight. The swing path is flat as the bat enters the zone early and stays in the zone. Is extended and high at the finish. Maintains his tilt throughout the swing. + power tool with above-average bat speed at 79 mph average and rotational acceleration average at 23 gs.
Power100.10 mph exit velocity
ArmRH. INF - 88.00 mph. Quick and compact arm action on DPs. All throws were accurate in the workout. Plus arm for a 1B at 88 mph; could handle corner OF position as well.
DefenseShowed best actions of any 1B at the event. Takes good angles, and athletic for the position. Strong footwork at the position and with his speed/arm strength the athleticism to fit a corner OF position as well.
Run7.13 runner in the 60. 

7/23/20

Positional Profile: 1B/OF
Tools and profile to get pro interest in spring 2021
Body: 6-foot-3, 210-pounds. Large athletic frame, big man in the making.
Defense: Played angles well, feet move confidently, quality backhands, worked back to bag well on 3-6-3, got below ball well while receiving throws at 1B while showing soft hands on short hops. Looked to be an above average defensive 1B.
Arm: RH. INF - 86 mph. Compact arm action, strong and confident arm, ball comes out easily, plus arm at 1B and looks like it would transfer as above average OF arm.
Hit: LHH. Wide base, slight upper body hunch, bat relaxed on shoulder, loose grip, early weight shift to backside.  Small-ish stride consistently on time, keeps backside connected, works inside w/power, direct to ball w/extra base hit type attack angle, transfers weight well, powerful hips getting to powerful finish.
Power: 100 mph exit velocity in cage front toss session.
Run: 7.00 runner in the 60.

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