Brandon Sproat

CLASS OF 2019

RHP

Brandon
Sproat

Florida
Pace (HS) • FL
6-3 • 210LBS

Rankings

2019 National

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2019 State

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Commitment

2019 DRAFT Texas Rangers ROUND 7th
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Statistics

Pitching
90 - 93
FB
76 - 79
CB
81 - 83
CH

Comments

7/20/21

Still developing consistency, Sproat projects to become a four-pitch starter when it all comes together. Consistency will determine his ultimate ML role as there are no questions about his pure stuff or how he does it. At 6-foot-3, 210 pounds he’s built for durability. He showed a balanced, repeatable delivery with a still head and compact arm action. He sat 97-98 for the duration of his three inning, 65-pitch start in Pulaski, then touched 99 repeatedly on Monday against the Olympic team. It wasn’t the liveliest of fastballs with a very ordinary 2100-2200 rpm spin rate and without adjustments he will need to locate to miss barrels. His curveball showed tight spin (2500+) at 81-82 mph and was mostly in the 45-50 (fringe to average) grade range. However, one could safely predict it as an above average pitch in the future. Sproat’s changeup flashed average with late bottom at 86-88 mph while a same velocity slider was his least used pitch. It graded out at a 40, or below average on this look. Overall, the Gator righty has 1st round potential for the 2022 draft.

4/13/18

Florida recruit. The lanky right-hander showed a loose, easy arm action with a lot of life. He had a full arm swing and had trouble repeating throughout the evening. The fastball worked mostly 90-93 mph, dropping off some in the fourth. He also showed a curveball a 76-79 with the harder end of the range showing more depth, and a changeup at 81-83 with fading action. The arm really works and is very whippy, but the front side can get rotational and the arm long which can lead to the high and arm-side misses. He has an extremely projectable frame and the ceiling is very high.

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