Zachary Armenta
Zachary Armenta
Zachary Armenta




Rancho San Juan (HS) • CA
5-11 • 185LBS • L/R
Travel Team: DIB-Gorillas


2023 National

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Positional Profile: 1B/OF
Body: 5-11, 185-pounds. Well-proportioned with strength spread throughout the fame.
Hit: LHH. Wide feet, open stance in a crouch, hitterish look, small stride after slight lift, loads with some depth creating separation. Game ABs - 1B, 4-3, L9; Consistent swing on-plane with the pitch, hands stroke with physicality, loose easy swing, lively through contact, has extra base hit power.
Power: 91.4 max exit velocity, 84.1 EV avg, 50 line drive %, 22.9 hand speed max, 69.3 bat speed max, 70.9% on-plane efficiency.
Arm: RH. 1B - 67 mph. Long circular arm stroke, clean arm action, gets ball underway in rhythm with feet.
Defense: Calm and steady, reads ball well, soft hands, plays with some smoothness, limited range though looks capable of working the position well.
Run: 8.24 runner in the 60.


Body: 5-foot-10, 200-pounds. Wider frame, still maturing body, chance to shape a physical build
Hit: LHH. Fairly tall set-up with slightly open front foot and weight shifted to the back, calm knee/foot lift early in the load, hands work well, swing plane is good and should provide opportunities to drive the gaps w/occasional power, middle of field approach, one of sim game ABs resulted in a single through the middle. Good rhythm, confident in the box.
Power: 84 mph EV off tee
Arm: 1B velo - 66 mph (R) - Arm action is clean, made accurate throws to 2nd base and 3rd base on the bunt play, obviously developing more arm strength is an area of he can improve
Defense: Understands the nuances of playing 1st base, good foot and body position when receiving throws, worked to both sides of the bag well on throws from INFs, stays below the ball well and showed soft hands on the short hop pick. Ground balls were fielded a but toward his palm/wrist so working to sweet spot the ball better is an area to improve.
Run: 8.59 60-yard


Monterey Hitting Update:

High back elbow, even hands set up getting deep load early in the swing and using foot swing for timing. Strong frame shows some batspeed and ability to get bat head through the zone; barrel turn can get a bit long leading to hand push. Projection in overall hitting approach.

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