Austin Greco
Austin Greco
Austin Greco

CLASS OF 2020

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OF

Austin
Greco

Miami (OH)
Mundelein (HS) • IL
5-10 • 165LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Cangelosi Sparks

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9.16.18 - Uncommitted, currently ranked No. 31 in Illinois’ 2020 class. 5-foot-10, 165-pound two-way talent. Pitched well in relief for the Sparks, sitting 86-88, topping at 89, with big arm-side life. Consistently ran his fastball back in over the plate against right-handers. Also mixed in a 77-78 slider and 76 mph changeup. Offensively, crushed a triple to centerfield against the Nebraska Prospects. Against Indiana Prospects, collected two extra base hits; a triple to the left center gap and a ground rule double to the pull side corner. Continued to show off his offensive prowess on Championship Sunday. Broke the semi-final game open with a two-run double down the right-field line.
7.27.18 - A 5-foot-10, 165-pound developing frame with quick twitch actions. Offensively at OK Limited Series, the right-hander bats from a back leg heavy and slightly knock-knee knock set-up with rhythm in deep staring hands. Uses a moderate leg kick before launching his hands with some quickness on a flat path through extension. In the game, went 2-for-3 with two RBIs. A good position player, Greco’s future might be brighter on the mound as he worked from an average tempo delivery with a long and fluid arm swing coming through a high ¾ slot with arm speed. Fastball sat 87-89 with some late arm side run. In the game, tossed 1.1 innings with two punch outs and a walk. 
2.18.18 - 5-foot-10, 160-pound two-way player, strong muscular build. On the mound delivery is simple and repeatable, balanced finish. Arm action is long and loose, high ¾ slot. Fastball showed ability to control the zone, late run to arm side at times, 83-85 mph. Curveball plays 11/5 shape, 70-73 mph. Changeup fades to arm side, near fastball arm speed, 74-78 mph. Right-handed hitter, balanced stance, short lift stride, good balance. Strong quick twitch actions at the plate, compact simple swing, little effort, level path. Contact worked the middle of the field, 88 mph exit velocity from the tee. Defensively shows plus arm strength for age, 90 mph from the outfield. 7.02 runner in the 60.
7.14.17 - 5-foot-8, 153-pound, right-handed hitting third baseman. Also, a talented 2020 arm but only played the field on this day. Top of the order type of hitter. Balanced setup, short stride, minimal wasted movement. Creates easy bat speed with a compact swing. Efficient bat path, short to the ball and gets extension through contact. Seems to make hard contact every time up. Hit a two-run triple into the left-center field gap. Also, walked, scored a run and stole a base. Steady defender at third base. Above average arm strength from the left-side of the diamond; throws carry.

5.2.17 - 5-foot-8, 153-pound right-handed pitcher. Faced four batters to finish off the game for Mundelein. Tall and fall delivery with a long arm action and draw on the backside. Slow paced delivery, stays tall on the backside. Fastball worked 82-84 mph. Curveball has sweeping action at 68-70 mph. 

1.29.17 - 5-foot-8, 153-pound, average build, two-way prospect. On the mound, right-handed pitcher with above-average arm strength for his age; fastball was up to 82 mph. Long, quick arm action out of a high ¾ window. Slow paced, smooth, tall and fall delivery, stays on-line, lands square and finishes athletically. Fastball, mostly straight, sat 79-82 mph. Curveball, tendency to slow arm speed, thrown for strikes, 12/6 shape, occasional depth, 62-64 mph. Changeup, thrown for strikes, fade action, 68-71 mph. Offensively, right-handed hitter, stays compact, minimal wasted movement and creates advanced bat speed; 89 mph exit velocity from a tee. Short, uphill bat path, made consistent hard contact, gap-to-gap approach. Balanced setup, leg-lift stride and good balance throughout. Defensively, reliable hands, lets the ball get deep at times, long arm, high ¾ slot, throws carry and clocked at 82 mph across the diamond. 4.47 runner in the 60.
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