Jack Wells
Jack Wells
Jack Wells

CLASS OF 2021

RHP

Jack
Wells

Salve Regina University
Avon Old Farms (HS) • CT
6-4 • 225LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Connecticut Blue Jays

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2021 National

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7/08/20

6-foot-4, 225-pound right-handed pitcher. The frame is thick and durable, should be an inning eater. The fastball sat at 81-83, heavy sink and action to the ball. The spin pitch is 70-72 mph, could have a little more fastball hand speed to the pitch. The changeup is 77-78 mph, and trending to be a very good pitch. The delivery is online and the slot is above 3/4. He is aggressive in approach. The tracking and direction has improved and he showed a bit of effort in the delivery. Solid prospect, should be a good college pitcher. 

3/04/20

6-foot-4, 225-pound, large, strong athletic frame. Already filled out, showing strength through, a well proportioned athlete. This right-hander, works from the set position, hands start low, work up with with leg raise. Stays strong and tall over the backside, gets to a good gather, coil to lift, lands inline, with a slightly close front side. The arm action is longer, working from a 3/4 to higher 3/4 slot. The fastball is heavy with bore action, clocked at 87 mph, with bore action. Located the 4-seamer to glove side as well, getting through the catcher. Threw a hard biting hammer piece, clocked at 72 mph, will be thrown harder, could turn into more of a power slider at some point. Threw a changeup at 78-80 mph, still a work in progress. Super aggressive, has taken a big jump from pervious event, look for him to be one of the better arms in the class of 2021.

7/30/19

Future Game Report:

6-foot-4, 230-pound, big bodied athletic frame. A powerful, durable pitchers body. A right-handed pitcher, delivery is simple, hands have timing and tempo to them, starting lower and working up with a higher leg lift. Builds momentum down the mound, arm action, works out of a high 3/4 slot, with good extension on release. The lead arm could stay inline a tick longer. The fastball touched 83 mph, with bore action to it, throws a heavy baseball. The breaking ball is thrown with some velocity, showed a true curveball at 73 mph. Hitters had a hard time squaring him up.  Look for him to make a big jump over the next year, high follow for me.

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