Brad Van Asdlen
Brad Van Asdlen
Brad Van Asdlen

CLASS OF 2016

RHP
SS

Brad
Van Asdlen

Palm Beach Atlantic University
Minooka (HS) • IL
6-3 • 190LBS • R/R

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Committed to Palm Beach Atlantic
Committed to Joliet JC (IL)
6/18/15 - 6-foot-3, 190-pound right-handed pitcher, lean build. Tall and fall delivery with regular effort. High ¾ arm slot, loose arm action. Fastball is mostly straight, four seam, 79-81 mph. Curveball has gradual 11/5 action, 66-68 mph, flashed occasional 12/6. Splitter showed downward movement, 70-71 mph.
4.10.15 - 6-foot-3, 180-pound wiry, and projectable right-handed pitcher. Pitched predominantly off 79-82 mph sinking fastball, touched 83 mph in the second inning. Recorded 15 ground ball outs. Works with an uptempo delivery, short, high ¾ arm slot, throws across his body, lands closed, creates deception, still throws strikes. Lower half loads over the rubber, works fast.

10.21.14 - 6-foot-2, 180-pound lanky and projectable right-handed pitcher works from a long, high ¾ arm slot, regular effort, lower half coils/torques over rubber, toe up at balance point, lands closed across his body. Fastball sat 79-81 from stretch, last two pitches hit 82 and 83 mph. 65-68 mph curveball showed 11/5 sweeping action. 67-70 mph splitter is gripped deep like a forkball, with downer/tumbling action thrown aggressively and has potential to be a strikeout pitch.
6/12/14 - 6-foot-1, 170-pound athletic and lanky RHP/SS that impressed more on the mound than in the field.  Threw 76-78 mph fastball from a stiff ¾ long arm action with occasional run and good downward angle from tall and fall delivery.  Showed some rhythm in delivery, staying level with shoulders throughout, and online towards home plate with stride direction.  59-63 mph curve showed 11/5 shape and threw for strikes better from the stretch.  65-67 mph split showed plus action and sink.  Offensively hit from a balanced setup with a long swing plane producing 73 mph exit velocity.
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