Max McLoughlin
Max McLoughlin
Max McLoughlin
Max McLoughlin
Max McLoughlin
Max McLoughlin

CLASS OF 2021

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RHP

Max
McLoughlin

Montclair State University
Shelton (HS) • CT
6-2 • 183LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Boys of Summer

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7/01/20

6-foot-2, 183-pound, longer, lean athletic frame, long neck, sloped shoulders. Showing good strength, should be pretty physical at some point. A left-handed hitting outfielder, starting slightly open, hands are loose, and relaxed, with pre-pitch movement to them. The swing works with minimal effort, fluid through the zone, level to up path. More middle to pull side approach, has enough juice to beat the pull side defender. Took a solid batting practice and put together good at bats in game play. The exit velocity was clocked at 91 mph and ran a quick 6.83 sixty-yard dash. Defensively, gets good jumps, showing solid routes and angles to the baseball in the outfield. Throwing from a higher slot, working downhill, shows plus strength at 85 mph. Big prospect for me.

Exit Velocity: 91 mph

Arm Velocity: 85 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 6.83

2/17/20

6-foot-2, 180-pound, longer lean, strong athletic frame. Put together well with strength throughout. A left-handed hitting two-way player, once again showed very well on the offensive side. At the plate, loose, relaxed hands, tilted bat, feet at shoulder width, slightly open. The lower half helps provide pop to the swing, uses a controlled leg lift. The swing is fluid through the zone, barrel has life, an all fields approach. Hard solid contact in batting practice, tee exit velocity was clocked at 84 mph. Runs well above average, ran a 6.75, long athletic strides. Defensively, threw 84 mph, approach is under control, quick feet in the transfer, using more of a shuffle. The arm action is clean and whippy working from a natural slot. Off the mound, delivery is smooth, tempo, stays tall over the backside, direction is inline to the plate. The fastball was clocked at 74-76 mph. The breaking ball has depth and proper spin, clocked at 62-65 mph. Projects for me more as an outfielder, tons of athletic ability. Look for him to have a big season.

Tee Exit Velocity: 84 mph

Arm Velocity: 84 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 6.75

2/20/19

6-foot-1, 170-pound, long, lean athletic frame. The shoulders are sloped, well proportioned, has room for future advancement. A two way player, swings it from the left-side, works off the bump from the right. At the plate, starts open and taller, hands are loose at the shoulders with bat starting in a loaded position. For timing uses a bigger leg kick, gains ground, swing is level to up, finishes high with one hand. The approach is more middle to pull, had a tee exit velocity of 82 mph and ran a quick 4.25 down the line. Look for him to hit at some point, chance to be an extra base guy. Off the mound, simple controlled delivery, hands work up with leg raise, kick is athletic, at times gets underneath. The arm action has average length to it, working out of a natural slot. The fastball was clocked at 75 mph, will continue to climb. The breaking ball reached 69 mph, proper spin and depth to it. Showed feel for the change up at 70 mph. Threw all 3 pitches in the bottom part of the zone, looked to be comfortable and confident on the mound. From the outfield threw 78 mph, clean footwork and transfer, throws are on a line with carry and life. Time will tell which way he goes, projects for me as an offensive threat.

Tee Exit Velocity- 82 mph
Arm Velocity- 78 mph
Home to 1st- 4.25


2/17/19

6-foot-1, 170-pound, long, lean athletic frame. The shoulders are sloped, well proportioned, has room for future advancement. A two way player, swings it from the left-side, works off the bump from the right. At the plate, starts open and taller, hands are loose at the shoulders with bat starting in a loaded position. For timing uses a bigger leg kick, gains ground, swing is level to up, finishes high with one hand. The approach is more middle to pull, had a tee exit velocity of 82 mph and ran a quick 4.25 down the line. Look for him to hit at some point, chance to be an extra base guy. Off the mound, simple controlled delivery, hands work up with leg raise, kick is athletic, at times gets underneath. The arm action has average length to it, working out of a natural slot. The fastball was clocked at 75 mph, will continue to climb. The breaking ball reached 69 mph, proper spin and depth to it. Showed feel for the change up at 70 mph. Threw all 3 pitches in the bottom part of the zone, looked to be comfortable and confident on the mound. From the outfield threw 78 mph, clean footwork and transfer, throws are on a line with carry and life. Time will tell which way he goes, projects for me as an offensive threat.

Tee Exit Velocity- 82 mph
Arm Velocity- 78 mph
Home to 1st- 4.25

10/20/18

6-foot-1, 165-pound left-handed hitting outfielder and right-handed pitcher. Positionally, ran a 4.48 down the line on his dig to first base. The approach in the outfield is appropriate, threw 72 mph from right field to the plate. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 82 mph. Sets up with the base wide, hands relaxed. The front foot has a small pick up and put down as the ball approaches. The path to contact is long and flat to the ball. Uses a 1-handed finish after contact. On the mound, the delivery is online to the plate. The tracking of the front shoulder is almost online, small pull of the glove takes him offline with the top half. The arm works, plus 3/4 in slot. The fastball touched 74 mph. The spin pitch is big in shape, sitting at 61 mph. The changeup is 70 mph, and its a developing pitch.

Tee Exit Velocity- 82 mph
OF Velocity- 72 mph

8/23/18

6-foot-1, 165-pound, long, lean, athletic frame, well proportioned, shoulders are sloped, should be pretty physical at some point. A two-way player, worked out in outfield and off the mound. Projects for me as more of an outfielder, potential to really swing the bat at some point. A left-handed hitter, front foot starts open, slightly wider than shoulder width. The hands are set at shoulders, bat starting in a good loaded tilted position. For timing uses a small stride, lower half is under control.  The swing is flat through the zone, finishes above the shoulders with one hand. The approach is more to the middle to pull side. The tee exit velocity was at 78 mph, has a ton more in there as he gains strength, ran a 7.75, is a long strider with an athletic kick. Defensively, the arm was clocked at 75 mph, arm action is long and clean on the backside, works out of a ¾ slot. The arm has whip to it, carry and flight. The footwork was clean, stepped through hard with back leg. Off the mound, arm action is super loose and clean, works out of a ¾ to low ¾, drops at times. The lower half is inline and uses entire body to pitch the baseball. The fastball was clocked at 74 mph, with down action. The breaking ball was clocked at 59 mph, bigger top to bottom break to it, thrown for strikes, chance to be an above average pitch with added velocity. The bat has a chance to play at the next level.

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.75
Exit Velocity: 78 MPH
Arm Velocity: 75 MPH

9/17/17

5-foot-10, 135-pound right-handed pitcher and left-handed hitting infielder. Defensively, threw 62 mph from shortstop across the diamond to first base. Getting the arm up into a better throwing position will help the infield throwing. The glove is solid. Runs at the ball as it approaches, I suggest a calmer and more deliberate foot prep to the ball. Ran a 4.77 down the line on his dig to first base. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 75 mph, as the frame needs physical strength. Sets up with his feet wide, has a significant forward lean to the ball as it approaches. Uses a pick up and put down as well. The path is clean and the hands work. Had 3 hits in the game, using the opposite part of the field efficiently. On the mound, the fastball touched 66 mph. The spin pitch is 57 mph. The delivery comes at you out of a ¾ slot. The direction to the plate needs to be aligned, he is offline. The glove comes across the hitters face after he uses an athletic lift and coil. 1.63 to the plate in the stretch.

Tee Exit Velocity - 75 mph
INF Velocity- 62 mph

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