Mitchell Boe
Mitchell Boe
Mitchell Boe

CLASS OF 2015

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2B

Mitchell
Boe

Iowa
Joliet Catholic (HS) • IL
5-10 • 160LBS • L/R

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4.24.15 - 5-foot-10, 160-pound left-handed hitting shortstop ranked No. 31 in IL, No. 364 overall, committed to Iowa. Impressed going 3-for-5 at the plate. Barreled the baseball four times, lined out to center hard in fourth at bat. Slightly open setup, relaxed approach, doubled to center, singled hard past the shortstop in first at bat, also line drive single between third and short.

4.2.15 - 5-foot-10, 160-pound left-handed hitting shortstop, ranked No. 31 in IL, No. 364 overall. Hits from a slightly open setup, whole field approach, leadoff man who takes quality at bats, sees a lot of pitches, sneaky power, tripled deep to centerfield in fourth at bat against Lockport. 4.26 to first on ground out to pitcher. Defensively one of the top middle infielders in the state. Have yet to see an error this season, plays through the baseball aggressively, short, athletic, high ¾ arm slot, accurate, shows off arm, good carry on throws.
4/23/14 Ranked No. 42 in the state. 5-foot-10, 160-pound left handed hitting middle infielder. Boe is arguably one of the best flat out baseball players in the state. Boe has a grinder style to his game with a steady consistency that will play at any level. Offensively Boe has an advanced approach at the plate, a prototypical two-hole type hitter who can handle the bat at a high level. Boe’s premium bat control was on display highlighted by a slash opposite field line drive single past a crashing third baseman. Defensively shows advanced arm strength from the left side, arm can certainly play from the left side at the next level, shows carry and accuracy, can plant and make the back hand play in the hole. Shows good body control and an athletic arm action when on the move, high level defender.

3/31/14 - Ranked No. 42 in Illinois’ 2015 class and No. 190 overall. Left-handed hitter, strong arm across diamond (87 mph at PBR event), really knows what his barrel is doing. Went 1-for-3 in game with sharp single up the middle and lined out to second baseman. Recruiters would be remiss if they overlooked him because of slight 5-foot-10, 160-pound frame. Hard-nosed baller who can play multiple infield positions.
2/16/14 5-foot-10, 160-pound left handed hitting shortstop. Defensively showed one of the top arms across the diamond at 87 mph across the infield. Arm action is loose, high ¾ slot, highly athletic arm action with carry. Advanced defensive actions, works well to his backhand side, changes direction quickly and efficiently. Footwork is quick and athletic, plays well on the move, well above average body control. Offensively hits from a slightly open stance, loose athletic setup, hits from a taller stance, short stride. Advanced bat control, line drive type hitter, works the middle of the field extremely well, short path stays inside the baseball. Advanced approach with excellent bat speed make Boe one of the top pure left handed hitters in his class.

5/25/13 - A prospect to watch. The left-handed hitting Boe starts at second base and hits leadoff for the Hilltoppers. He led off the game with a single up the middle on an 89-mph single, and later scored.

1/20/13 - 5-foot-8, 154-pound middle infielder. Excellent hands defensively, moves well laterally, above average range, quick footwork. Arm plays well, shows carry across (82 mph), quick clean exchange. Offensively hits from balanced setup, slightly open stance, smooth load of hands, short stride, excellent bat control, swing shows some effort, short bat path, line drive hitter, will hit for average.
1/22/12 Mitchell is a 5-foot-8, 140-pound middle infielder who impressed with his easy, loose left-handed swing.  Mitchell remains quiet and compact to the ball, and he uses his quick hands and level swing to spray line drives to both power alleys. Defensively, Mitchell exhibited soft hands and excellent footwork as he moved with fluidity at the shortstop position. He was clocked at 76 mph from his position.
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