Connor Edo
Connor Edo
Connor Edo
Connor Edo
Connor Edo
Connor Edo




Seymour (HS) • CT
5-9 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Boys of Summer


2023 National

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Connor Edo: C/OF, (2023) out of Seymour, CT. is a 5-foot-9, 170-pound catching prospect. In the box, Edo had a max exit velocity of 87 MPH, with a  (64.11 MPH bat speed average) and (18.27 MPH hand speed average). He begins in a balanced, athletic stance with the hands set just off the back shoulder. A slow load and a controlled stride get him into a good hitting position. The bat takes a flat path through the hitting zone, while using a gap to gap approach. Behind the plate, his best velocity was 74 MPH, with a pop time range of 1.90-2.00. His initial stance is clean, balanced and relaxed. The glove sits in the middle of the chest. As he transitions to throw, he shows he has a clean transfer, consistent feet, and sure hands. Edo also recorded a time of 7.58 in the 60-yard dash.


5-foot-10, 170-pound athletic mature frame. Above average in the box, the right-handed hitter had an exit velocity of 87 mph. (64.72 mph bat speed average). (19.59 mph hand speed average). Began in a tall athletic stance with a smooth controlled load, then used a toe tap stride. Bat speed was above average, had a short upward swing plane and high finish. Found multiple barrels with loud contact. Opposite field approach. Behind the plate, he produced a position velocity of 75 mph during throw downs; shows a quick exchange, next level hands, and athletic feet. had consistent pop times of 2.00-2.10. Quiet setup with above average flexibility. Showed consistent accuracy to the base with a short arm action and a high ¾ slot. In the 60-yard dash, he clocked a time of 7.39.

Exit Velocity: 87 mph

Arm Velocity: 75 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.39


5-foot-8, 153-pound, smaller, average athletic frame. Well proportioned, actions and movements work together. A right-handed hitting catcher, who showed very well at this event. At the plate, feet are even, a wider setup, hands are set at the shoulders, tilt to bat head. The lower half is simple, small stride, hitting against a firm front side, The swing is level through the zone, gets rotational at times, could stay straight a tick longer, quick finish. The approach is more line drive from middle to pull side, with an exit velocity of 82 mph. Sixty-yard time was clocked at 7.59, moves well. Behind the plate, is super balanced, shows strong soft hands on securing the pitch. The transfer is clean and quick, gains ground, with arm working out of a natural 3/4 slot. The arm gets a tick long, could shorten, had a pop time of 1.97-2.13, arm was clocked at 69 mph. Look for the arm to jump at some point, works with easy effort. Solid looking catcher in the 2023 class. 

Exit Velocity: 82 mph

Arm Velocity: 69 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.59 


5-foot-7, 134-pound, thin, athletic frame, squared off shoulders, with plenty of room for added weight. A right-handed hitting catcher, showed very well behind the plate. the setup is relaxed and athletic, working low to the ground. The ands are soft on the catch, anticipates the dirt ball. The arm action is clean on the backside, working from a higher slot, clocked at 69 mph and had a pop time of 2.22-2.26. All throws were close to the bag, looked relaxed and confident catching bullpens. Offensively, is balanced, even feet, hands at the shoulders, using a smooth toe tap for timing. The swing is level through the zone, keeping hands inside the baseball, working from the middle to pull side. Tee exit velocity was clocked at 75 mph and ran a 8.04 sixty-yard dash. Love the feel behind the plate, look for his game to jump.

Tee Exit Velocity: 75 mph

Arm Velocity: 69 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 8.04


5-foot-6, 129-pound, smaller, thin athletic frame, actions and movements are smooth, all work freely together. A right-handed hitting catcher, behind the plate had a pop time of 2.35-2.60, arm was clocked at 64 mph. The arm swing has average length, could shorten a tick, works out of a natural ¾ slot, clocked at 64 mph, shows to have good strength for his age.The feet need to quicken and shorten a tick, will help in lowering the pop time, actions are smooth. Offensively, feet are even at the shoulders, hands are loose at the shoulders, bat starts in a tilted position. Lower half is under control, small leg kick, weight stays on the back side. The swing is level, small arm bar in beginning, catches up on contact with an opposite approach to the baseball. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 71 mph and ran a 4.75 down the line. Look for big things from this one, has feel behind the plate.

Tee Exit Velocity- 71 mph
Arm Velocity- 64 mph
Home to 1st- 4.75

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