Braden Quinn
Braden Quinn
Braden Quinn
Braden Quinn

CLASS OF 2021

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OF

Braden
Quinn

Connecticut
New Fairfield (HS) • CT
6-3 • 210LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Connecticut Rangers

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2021 National

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2/16/21

PROCASE 2021

6-foot-3, 210-pound left-handed pitcher. The fastball sat 85-88 mph with arm side action to the pitch. he showed two types of spin pitches. The slider showed good shape and the breaking ball was tad big in shape. Both pitches can be shortened and I see the slider being an out pitch at the next level. The changeup is 80-82 mph, showing minimal fade and sink at times. The delivery is online and the slot is above 3/4 in height. The lift is athletic and he repeats it. The top half rotates early and he comes offline from the catcher. The arm is clean, long and whippy. I love the projection and his best days are in front of him

2/09/20

New England Procse

6-foot-3, 185-pound, long, lean athletic frame, showing wiry strength with room for added strength. A left-handed pitcher, arm action is longer, working from a higher slot. Delivery has some tempo to it, could get more compact in gather position. Glove side has some pulldown to it, direction is inline to the plate. Works downhill, very hard angle to square up from. The fastball was in the mid 80's with more in there, throws a bigger breaking ball at 74 mph, showing good top to bottom break, a legit out pitch. The changeup has feel to it, clocked at 80-81 mph. Look for him to have  a monster season and summer. Chance to be a good draft at some point.

7/30/19

Future Games
6-foot-3, 175-pound, longer lean athletic frame, squared off shoulders, wider back with room for future advancement. A left-handed pitcher, who threw the baseball very well, pitched two clean innings and was very impressive. Works from a higher over the top slot, pitching downhill, creating it to be very difficult to square him up. Located in to righties, fastball touched 88 mph. The breaking ball is a true over the top hammer at 75 mph, thrown for strikes with ability to get swings and misses. The changeup is still a work in progress, clocked at 74-76 mph, makings of being usable. Looked to be Quinn's coming out party, look for him to be a draft pick at some point. 

3/06/19

6-foot-3, 175-pound, long, lengthy, wide shoulders and back, with plenty of room for added weight. A left-handed pitcher, smooth controlled delivery, weight stays back over the rubber, tall throughout. The hands start and stay high, back leg is strong, rides out to release, direction is on point with lower half.  The arm works out of a high ¾ slot, arm action is clean and loose, pitching down hill. The fastball was clocked at 82 mph, pitched to glove side, working low in the zone. The change up has a chance to be an above average pitch, clocked at 76-77 mph, fade and down action to it, works well off fastball, a very good pitch.  The breaking ball is more curveball, more top to bottom break, clocked at 70-72 mph. Composure and tempo on the mound is advanced, big follow one of the better arms in the class of 2021.


9/19/18

6-foot-3, 165-pound, long, lean, wiry strong athletic frame, with plenty of room to fill out. A two-way player, off the mound, has major feel and arm works with easy effort, pounds the zone with strikes. The delivery is compact, hands start and stay high, coil to his high leg raise, and tucks front shoulder in in the gather position. The separation is even, lead leg lands slightly across his body. The arm path is longer on the back side, more of a bottom to top path, arm works out of a high ¾ slot. The front glove is inline, and gets squared up to the plate on release and has good extension out front. The fastball was clocked at 77 mph, located down in the zone to glove side, has some cross fire to him. The changeup was his best pitch, serious fade and depth, clocked at 70-73 mph, thrown for strikes, will be a swing and miss offering. The breaking ball was clocked at 62-63 mph, more side spin to it, finger placement needs to be adjusted. Big time arm from the left side. At the plate, feet are even, wider than shoulder width, hands are loose set at the shoulders. For timing uses a a larger toe tap, gains ground with stride foot. The swing is down to level to up, finishes high with two hands. The approach is more to the pull side, had a tee exit velocity of 74 mph and ran a 7.72. Defensively, arm was clocked at 78 mph, arm works out of a high ¾ slot. The stride foot is short on contact, could long it out a bit, will create more of a down hill throw. Look for him to climb rather quick off the mound, has all the makings of a frontline arm.

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.72
Exit Velocity: 74 MPH
Arm Velocity: 78 MPH

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