Dominic Scavone
Dominic Scavone
Dominic Scavone
Dominic Scavone
Dominic Scavone
Dominic Scavone
Dominic Scavone

CLASS OF 2021

3B
RHP

Dominic
Scavone

Stetson
Bishop Moore Catholic (HS) • FL
6-0 • 195LBS • R/R
Travel Team: FTB Giants Scout Team

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9/26/20

Positional Profile: 3B/RHP
Body: 6-foot-1, 190-pounds. Strong bodied, stocky, athletic frame.
Defense: Active footwork, working left to right momentum towards target, glove playing out front, fluid gather/release.
Arm: RH. INF - 91 mph. High 3/4 arm slot, short/quick arm action, present arm strength.
Hit: RHH. Wide setup, quick leg lift, strong/quiet hands, short stride. Short/compact swing, hands stay inside of baseball, quick bat speed, ability to turn on baseball, athletic finish.
Power: 96 mph exit velocity. Gap to gap, line drive approach.
Run: 7.13 runner in the 60. 

Delivery: Drop and drive delivery, quick balance point, athletic actions towards target.
Arm Action: RH. High 3/4 arm slot, long/strong arm action.
FB: T90, 84-90 mph. Arm side running action, heavy action in zone.
CB: 79-82 mph. 10/4 shape, slider action.

2/8/19 - Stetson recruit. Standing at 6-foot, 175 pounds he continues to add strength and projects to grow. Defensively, shows solid to above average defensive actions at third. Hands and feet work in sync and with some rhythm through the ball. Offensively, he continues to add strength while maintaining a compact level swing. Advanced bat to ball skills with a great approach. Consistently found the barrel throughout BP with a very high offensive upside.  

9/28/18 - Committed to Stetson

08/15/18- Continues to impress. Overall just a really solid baseball player and tends to eventually stand out at every event we see him.

08/04/18- Scavone stands at 6-foot, 170 pounds and overall doesn’t jump out physically or with any one particular tool. What he does do though, is consistently perform in all aspects of the game. He is a sound defender, who is above average at second and as he continues to grow and fill out could slide to third. Offensively, he has an advanced approach with above average pitch awareness. The swing is simple and consistently stays on the barrel in game against quality arms. On the mound, he throws strikes with a feel to pitch. The fastball is 81-83 with a 75-76 mph slider and 74-77 mph changeup. Overall, he is a gamer. The tools are solid across the board and will be a player who will help a team win games at the next level.  

06/23/18- Uncommitted. Stands 6-foot 170 pounds with medium sized athletic build, square shoulders. Two-way high level follow for 2021 class. Bat and arm strength are best tools. Above average bat speed for the age. Ball jumps off the bat and shows ability to drive the ball into both gaps. The swing has some strength and leverage in it. Projects to have some power. Above average arm in the infield, should stay on left side as his footwork is solid and comes through the ball well. On the mound, he throws from a high 3/4 slot with a simple repeatable delivery. Stays on his backside and lands on line which allows him to create some down hill plane. Fastball worked 81-83 mph with riding life. Showed an above average true hard slider at 74-76 mph. Also has a changeup with fade at 74 mph. Overall, High IQ player that plays under control. High follow

02/17/18- The freshman continues to barrel up the baseball against quality pitching. He has also been intriguing on the mound and will continue to be a high follow for the 2021 class.

01/27/18- Currently stands 5-foot-11, 160 pounds with a lean, athletic frame and room to grow and fill out. Offensively, he showed a strong lower half that gives him the ability to clear his hips quickly and drive the ball with strength in his swing, showing gap-to-gap potential. Consistently sprayed the ball all over during batting practice. Registered an exit velocity of 87 mph which was one the top ones for his class. Defensively, he showed range to both sides with quick feet and athletic actions, fielding the ball with confidence and under control. Strong, accurate arm across the diamond which topped out at 81 mph. On the mound he showed a quick arm and looked to attack the zone. Shows poise. Works with a good pace and featured a fastball that sat between 82-84 mph while mixing in a 73-74 mph change up and 75-76 mph slider with depth. Clocked in at 7.83 seconds for his 60 yard dash time. High upside athlete who will continue to make jumps as he matures.

4/1/17- Scavone is presently athletic, with a strong lower half with present tools and more to come. The right handed hitter has really advanced rhythm and timing. He gets good use from the lower half, that and a level swing led to lime drives from gap-to-gap.  He moved well in the infield, with sound actions and a strong arm which topped out at 79 mph. On the mound, from a short, high 3/4 arm action, the ball comes out of his hand well at 79-80 mph. He also showed a slider at 71-72 and a changeup at 72-73 mph. Overall, he is very talented with a lot of tools and just scratching the surface of his potential.

09/17/16- The 5-foot-11, 145 pound SS/RHP was the youngest player in attendance, but showed potential. At the plate, the right handed hitter showed good use of the lower half and the ability to fire his hips without spinning out. This leads to a clear path and keeps the path level through the zone. He also stays in the zone a long time and will learn to get more extension with more swings. He showed the ability to drive line drives in the gaps and has a lot of potential with the bat. Defensively, he shows a quick first step and good hands with the potential to stick at shortstop going forward. On the mound, he stays in line and threw strikes with a fastball that ranged from 75-76 mph. He still has a lot of growing and learning to do, but there are some present tools on a good frame and has an idea of what he is doing, which makes him very interesting in the next few years.

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