Camden Lathrop
Camden Lathrop
Camden Lathrop
Camden Lathrop
Camden Lathrop
Camden Lathrop
Camden Lathrop
Camden Lathrop

CLASS OF 2021

SS
2B

Camden
Lathrop

New Fairfield (HS) • CT
6-0 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CT Rangers

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2021 National

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7/15/20

6-foot, 175-pound, strong, super athletic frame, plus strength throughout. A right-handed hitter, that can play all over, brings a ton of value, is super versatile. At the plate, taller, shorter, slightly open stance, hands at the shoulders, with tilt to bat head. The hands are loaded on foot strike. The swing is level to up, showing the ability to go opposite with little effort. Displayed hard contact in batting practice with an exit velocity of 90 mph and ran a 7.22 sixty-yard dash. Defensively, moves very well to both sides, quick off the blocks feet move throughout. The glove is soft, fielding out front. The arm has strength easy carry life across the diamond, comes out of the hand with ease.  Could make a move to being a full time centerfielder at the next level. Will be a good one for someone.

Exit Velocity: 90 mph

Arm Velocity: 74 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.22

7/08/20

6-foot,175-pound right-handed hitting middle infielder. The frame can add additional weight and strength as he matures in age. The movements at athletic and he shows a feel for defense. The approach is clean, the feet remain active through the catch and the glove is soft. The arm is clean, throwing 79 mph across the diamond during the infield portion of the workout. He ran a 7.19 sixty at the event. The bat has an exit velocity of 90 mph. The setup is close in base, front foot open to start. The front foot steps into the swing and gains ground to the ball. The path is long and flat through contact. 

Exit Velocity- 90 mph

INF Velocity - 79 mph

7/17/19

6-foot, 160-pound, wiry strength throughout, put together well. A right-handed hitting middle infielder, who has above average strength in his hands and legs. At the plate starts open, wider than shoulder width. The lower half is under control, simple controlled pick up, gets back to even with stride foot. The hands are loaded up at the shoulders with the bat starting in a tilted position. The swing is level through the zone, barrel stays in the zone a long time. Finishing high with one hand, approach is from gap to gap, with enough juice to beat the pull outfielder. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 89 mph and ran an easy 4.61 on a dig to first base. Look for the legs to be a weapon  down the road. Defensively, shows to have arm strength, clocked at 79 mph, life and carry to it. Works low to the ground, movements are correct, with start and turns. A move to centerfield may be where its at, for the next level. Look for him to take off this year.

Tee Exit Velocity: 89 mph
Arm Velocity: 79 mph
Home to 1st: 4.61

6/08/19

6-foot, 160-pound, strong athletic frame, well proportioned, strength through, put together well. A right-handed hitting middle infielder, may get pushed to outfield long term with athletic legs, looks to be able to cover ground. At the plate, feet are even slightly open, hands are loose at shoulders, pre pitch movement to them. For timing uses a higher leg kick, gaining ground. The swing is level to up, barrel stays in the zone, finishes high with one hand. The approach is middle to pull, swing creates lift and loft. The tee exit velocity is advanced, at 89 mph, bat is quick. Runs well at 7.36 sixty-yard dash. Defensively, shows a solid arm across the diamond at 80 mph, enough strength to stick on the left side, arm works from a higher slot, short arm action.  The feet and hands work well together, moves well to both sides, clean starts on double play. Big follow, at some point the game is going to elevate.

Exit Velocity: 89 mph
Arm Velocity: 80 mph
Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.36


10/20/18

6-foot, 160-pound right-handed hitting infielder. Ran a 4.68 down the line on his dig. The glove is solid in the field, the feet need to continue to improve through the fielding process. Threw 74 mph across the diamond. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 85 mph, as the hands are strong. The setup is even in base, uses a knee to knee approach at the plate. The hands work, path is flat and long to contact. Shows the ability to stay on the ball at contact and in his legs. Solid skill set across the board.

Tee Exit Velocity- 85 mph
INF Velocity- 74 mph

9/19/18

6-foot, 160-pound, stronger athletic frame, well proportioned, hands and wrists have strength to them. A right-handed hitting middle infielder, top tool is the bat, chance to hit at the next level. At the plate, hands are super loose and relaxed in the setup. The front foot starts open, gets back to even, using a small controlled leg kick.  The weight gets loaded on the back side, swing is level through the zone, works with easy effort. The approach in more to the pull side, more line drives, with hard contact. Looks to have enough pop to get the baseball deep into the pull alley, tee exit velocity was clocked at 88 mph. Ran well, timed at 7.24 sixty-yard dash, clean strides. Defensively, arm was clocked at 77 mph, works from a high slot, has enough arm to stick on the left side of infield. The hands look to be soft on the catch, works low to ground, the feeds and starts were performed correct. Long term could end up being a power hitting second baseman, arm would be a weapon, turning the double. Could bring the toughness to play third base as well, good looking prospect in the class of 2021.

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.24
Exit Velocity: 88 MPH
Arm Velocity: 77 MPH

10/28/17

5-foot-11, 145 pounds, lean and athletic, already beginning to tack on upper body strength. Ran the fastest sixty-yard dash on the afternoon at 7.37. Has the tools to be a high level defender. Soft hands with plenty of comfort on the backhand. The feet work well with athletic movements on slow rollers. Throws from a ¾ slot naturally and showed ability to drop lower to get ball out of his hand quicker. Clocked at 76 MPH across the diamond with potential to see that number climb. At the plate, Lathrop stands upright with his feet shoulder width apart. His hands are loose and start from the shoulders, but dip as the swing progresses, working primarily from the letters. Employing a middle-pull approach, Lathrop showed the ability to drive the ball to the left-center gap with more and more consistency as he found his timing. Posted a 79 MPH exit velocity off of the tee. There is loft in his swing that allows him to elevate the ball, though at times the uppercut can lengthen his swing. With his projectable frame, it seems likely that there is more raw power on the way as he develops. Lathrop impressed during the Freshman Showcase with a plus defensive skillset and the tools to be productive at the plate.

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