Jordan Stubbings




Colorado Mesa University
Legend (HS) • CO
6-1 • 235LBS • R/R


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6-foot-1, 195-pound, right-handed 3B/1B, hits from a tall balanced stance.  A long stride allows for good weight transfer and for contact to be made while on his front side.  A level swing plane and quick hands produced an 88 MPH exit velocity and he showed good power to both gaps.  Good feet and shoulders had the ball in the throwing window quickly with an arm velocity of 72 MPH.  He ran an 8.10 60.

6/10/2018: Stubbings had an outstanding freshman year at Colorado Mesa where he produced a .382/.444/.701 slash line in 144 AB’s. 23 of his 55 hits went for extra bases, including 11 home runs. He should be able to consistently generate power from his strong 6’1/235 pound frame while being an average defender at a corner infield spot. Despite the large, stocky build, Stubbings moves well and is lighter on his feet than one might expect at first glance. He’s always going to be a below average runner but his actions and footwork should allow him to stay at 3B or 1B and not relegate him to strictly a DH role. His arm action is clean and loose from across the diamond and the ball has plenty of carry. He doesn’t have any wasted movement transitioning into the throw out of his high ¾ slot. One area for concern on defense was his tendency to get underneath the ball and lead with his elbow too much when throwing. He sailed a few throws high in-between innings from 3B and he will need to make sure he stays on top of the ball better in the future. At the plate, Stubbings has a narrow, simple set up that keeps him lined up with the pitcher. He uses a low leg lift to gather his weight on his backside but the move is rather subtle because he doesn’t need much of a load to generate power. He keeps his hands just above his right shoulder and has a slight bat wiggle to stay loose and in rhythm. Stubbings showed good bat speed and got his barrel into the zone early with a powerful, compact swing. He stays through the ball well and maintains his balance as he finishes his swing. His approach is advanced for a young hitter and he doesn’t appear to have any swing and miss tendencies in his game. No real concerns about his ability to make consistent, hard contact. The biggest challenge will be if he can continue to hit for power as he faces more advanced arms. (Dan Jurik)

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