Will Fincher
Will Fincher
Will Fincher

CLASS OF 2022

OF

Will
Fincher

Kennesaw Mountain (HS) • GA
6-3 • 210LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Titans
2022 National

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2022 State

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Statistics

Position
6.61
60-yard
(06/02/20)
85
OF Velo
(06/02/20)
85
Exit Velo
(06/02/20)
4.00
H-1st
(09/29/19)
Position
60-yard
6.74
OF Velo
78
Exit Velo
85
Position
60-yard
6.61
OF Velo
85
Exit Velo
85
Position
OF Velo
82
H-1st
4
Exit Velo
83
Trackman - Hitting
94.68
Exit Speed (max)
(06/02/20)
86.31
Exit Speed (avg)
(06/02/20)
242
Distance (avg)
(06/02/20)
352
Distance (max)
(06/02/20)
Trackman - Hitting
Exit Speed (max)
84.88
Exit Speed (avg)
79.21
Distance (avg)
236
Distance (max)
293
Ground Ball %
Line Drive %
Fly Ball %
Trackman - Hitting
Exit Speed (max)
94.68
Exit Speed (avg)
86.31
Distance (avg)
242
Distance (max)
352
Ground Ball %
Line Drive %
Fly Ball %
Hard Hit %
Blast - Hitting
24.70
Hand Speed (max)
(06/02/20)
23.01
Hand Speed (avg)
(06/02/20)
75.40
Bat Speed (max)
(06/02/20)
72.41
Bat Speed (avg)
(06/02/20)
Blast - Hitting
Hand Speed (max)
24.7
Hand Speed (avg)
23.01
Bat Speed (max)
75.4
Bat Speed (avg)
72.41
Rot. Acc (max)
Rot. Acc (avg)
On Plane Eff %

Comments

1/09/21

GA Preseason All-State

Body: 6-3, 210-pounds. Strong, athletic frame, broad shoulders.
HitRHH. Balanced, slightly open setup, hands load back smoothly, short stride, at-times finishes over the plate. Swing path is short to the zone, mostly level through, flicks barrel, gap-to-gap type hitter, showed pull-side power when he gets extended.
Power85.00 mph exit velocity from the tee.
ArmRH. OF - 78 mph. Arm action is long to an over-the-top slot, throws are true and accurate.
DefensePlays through the ball with great range, fluid footwork, clean glove, smooth on transfers.
Run6.74 runner in the 60.

6/04/20

PBR Showdown

Uncommitted. 6-foot-3, 205-pound right-handed hitting outfielder, highly athletic prospect who has added considerable strength to his frame while still maintaining his athleticism. Hitting out of the leadoff spot all weekend long, Fincher has good feel for the barrel and strikezone awareness, drawing a number of walks. He takes a gap-to-gap approach, and when all else fails he has the ability to shorten up the swing and utilize his 6.6 speed to get on base. Once on base, he disrupts the timing of pitchers and challenges catchers by being aggressive on the bases.


10/11/19

A dynamic athlete, Fincher gets the most out of his greatest strength, his speed, in all facets of his game. He patrols center field with a quick and instinctive first step, tracking balls like he has been doing it his whole life. His natural speed and advanced hand-eye coordination allowed for him to make a number of spectacular catches over his shoulder, that surely would have been basehits if a prospect with marginally less speed were in center field. At the plate, Fincher starts upright with an athletic bend in his knees, the barrel remains upright throughout as he loads his hands back, short strider, good rhythm. Currently a line drive, contact hitter, he looks to put the ball in play, put pressure on the defense and use his speed to his advantage. Fincher routinely looks to be aggressive on the bases, whether it be stretching a single into a double or swiping a bag once on. With more consistent timing, he profiles as a future gap-to-gap hitter, coupled with his present speed, should make him a coveted prospect for college coaches.

9/29/19

One of the better overall athletes in the 2022 class, Fincher did not disappoint.  The first thing you notice about Fincher is his frame, at 6-foot-2, 185-pounds he is only going to get stronger.  He has not yet gotten into any kind of man strength.  He is light on his feet and can really run, using graceful long strides with an excellent forward lean (event best 4.0 to 1B). Offensively Fincher stands tall and straight away in the batters box and shows hard contact (83 mph exit velocity) when he stays back and gets the bat-head out. Defensively it is hard to say where he will fit best in the outfield, because he projects with arm strength (82 mph) as he lengthens out his stroke, he has more than enough speed for center, and the strength and size for a corner will be in the mix down the line. Fincher is one of the fastest kids in the state and is only going to get better over the coming years.  Fincher will be one to keep a close eye on over the next few years. 

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