Jackson Ferrigno
Jackson Ferrigno
Jackson Ferrigno
Jackson Ferrigno
Jackson Ferrigno

CLASS OF 2021

SS
3B

Jackson
Ferrigno

Connecticut
Farmington (HS) • CT
5-11 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: The Clubhouse
2021 National

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7/30/19

Future Games
5-foot-11, 160-pound, a wiry, fast twitch athlete. Legs and hands are quick and strong. A right-handed hitting middle infielder, who can probably make a smooth transition to outfield at a higher level. At the late, has bat speed, tee exit clocked at 93 mph, runs ok at 7.08 sixty-yard dash, plays at a much quicker rate.  The stance is even, more spread out, hands are loose at the shoulders, sits in a small squat. The swing is short and fast to contact, level through the zone, with more of a middle to pull approach. In game at bats were good, collected a few walks, with hard contact, solid knowledge of strike zone. Defensively, the arm is a weapon, clocked at 88 mph across the diamond. Shows to have average feel and actions in the infield. Look for him to be able to stick on the left side with arm strength, wouldn't be surprised if he moved to center at some point. Big time athlete. 

6/19/19

5-foot-11, 160-pound right-handed hitting middle infielder. Had a tremendous showing at the event. Ran a 7.12 sixty on the laser at the event. The glove and approach in the infield is done properly, good athleticsm across the board. The glove is soft, threw 87 mph across the diamond with a live arm. The bat has plus life to it, tee exit velocity of 93 mph. The setup is wide in base, small pick up and put down of the front foot as the ball approaches. The path to contact is long and strong, the hands work free and clean. Good looking high level prospect. 

Tee Exit Velocity-  93 mph
INF Velocity- 87 mph

10/07/18

5-foot-11, 150-pound, lean, wiry strong athletic frame. The shoulders are sloped, has good strength in his hands and wrists, has room for added weight. A right-handed hitting middle infielder who can play on either side of the bag. The top tool is the bat and throwing arm. At the plate, is balanced throughout, uses the entire body to hit the baseball. The feet are even, shoulder width apart. The hands are relaxed and loose at the shoulders, bat starts in a tilted position. The lower half is under control, for timing uses a higher, smooth leg kick, gains ground with stride foot, transfers weight from back side to front side. The swing is free and easy, barrel has whip out front. The approach is more line drive, swing is flat through the zone. The tee exit velocity is above average for his age, clocked at 85 mph, baseball jumps of the bat. Ran a 4.59 down the line on a dig to first base. Defensively, the hands are super soft, fields out front, works low to the ground and comes through the baseball. The arm was clocked at 75 mph, plenty of strength to stick on the left side. The feeds and turns from both sides were performed correct. Love the overall athletic ability, smooth actions and flow to his game. Big time follow.

Home-First: 4.59
Exit Velocity: 85 MPH
Arm Velocity: 75 MPH

10/28/17

5-foot-9, 136 pounds, thin, wiry, and athletic build. Projectable, likely to tack on muscle to his frame as he matures. Ran a 7.62 sixty-yard dash. Smooth and fluid actions across the infield. Soft hands, confident on the backhand. Goes after plays rather than waiting on the ball. The arm works from a ¾ slot and was clocked at 64 MPH across the diamond. The arm action is clean and will see velocity bumps with further physical development. Offensively, Ferrigno gets in the box and stands with a wide base and noticeable knee bend. He stands even with a middle to opposite field approach. The hands start up at the shoulders with a minor hitch that drops them to the letters. Slight slide step into the swing. A promising overall package and skillset, Ferrigno has work to do but flashes the tools that will take him to the collegiate level.

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