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South Florida
Lakewood Ranch (HS) • FL
6' 1" • 175LBS
L/L • 23yr 11mo
Travel Team: Florida Burn


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10/24/17- The South Florida recruit, was up to 88 mph for Team MVP from a near over the top arm slot. It was his secondary pitches, however, that separate him, some, from his peers as he shows advanced feel for both a 1/7 curveball (72-74) as well as a changeup. Garabitos’ curveball features tight spin and multi-tier break, and his changeup is thrown with fastball hand speed and has late-fading action.
05/20/17-  USF recruit. The 6-foot-1, 175-pounder has a long limbed frame with elastic, athletic body.  Moves well with athletic strides, and showed off a long, loose arm from the outfield.  Looked the part, and the throws had some carry with accuracy.  Shows a lot of overall athleticism and moves well side to side. Projects as a solid corner outfielder who may be able to play centerfield too.  At the plate, hits from a balanced stance in a slight crouch with his hands held set back. He has loose wrists and a feel for the barrel from the left side. He stays in the zone well, but could generate more from the lower half. Showed pull side power in batting practice, but was more impressive gap-to-gap. This translated to the game where he went 2-5 with hard contact four out of the five at-bats. May have been more impressive and projectable on the mound where from a high 3/4 slot, he showed a loose, whippy arm action with a fastball that was up to 88 with arm side run to it, and created a downward plane. The fastball would sit at 86-88 mph and have some late sinking life and produce some swing and miss. Fastball velocity played up because of a near plus changeup that he featured at 77-78 mph. Also featured a 1/7 curveball at 72-73 mph that showed a quality shape with potential of a solid third pitch. Extremely athletic, but the arm may have high upside in the long run.

10/08/16- South Florida recruit. Stands at 6-foot, 160 pounds with a live, athletic, projectable build. Displays quick hands through the zone and good hand-eye coordination with the ability to use all of the field from the left side of the plate. During the game he had a line drive double into the left-center field gap that scored two runs and a single to right field.
9/12/16- Committed to the University of South Florida.
08/14/16- 6-foot-1 160 with a slender, lanky frame. Fastball ranged from 83-85 mph. Curveball ranged from 71-73 mph. He is athletic and projectable with a clean and easy ¾ arm action. He shows a feel for pitching working with a good pace and staying down in the zone to both sides of the plate. Along with impressing on the mound, offensively he had two hits in the game and two solid rounds of BP from the left side.  The hands are loose and quick through the zone, he stays balanced, and creates some present gap-to-gap power with more to come as he fills out. Although most would say his long term future is on the mound, he has the potential to be a quality two-way player at the next level.
07/22/16- Uncommitted, the projectable 6-foot-1 160 pound lefty throws from a 3/4 slot with some whip in the arm action. The fastball ranged from 80-83 and created a good downhill angle. Will be an interesting follow as he logs innings and continues to get stronger.

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