Garrett Phelps
Garrett Phelps
Garrett Phelps
Garrett Phelps

CLASS OF 2014

RHP
3B

Garrett
Phelps

Crawfordsville (HS) • IN
6-1 • 220LBS • R/R

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2014 National

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2/2/14:  Phelps is a 6-foot-1 220 pound righty that possesses a strong lower half and wide shoulders. Phelps threw what seemed to be two different bullpens. The first Phelps sat 84-85. The second pen started on what was supposed to be his last pitch which touched 89. Phelps looked more loose and showed good arm speed on his fastball throwing his next 4 pitches at 87 or better. Phelps best off-speed offering was a sharp breaking ball. While it was inconsistent he did show a couple plus breaking balls. Phelps is one of the hardest throwing unsigned seniors left on the board. 

8/1/13: 
 Phelps is 6-foot with broad shoulders. The arm works quick, 84-86 with an above average breaking ball at 74-75. Phelps will continue to develop into a power pitcher. I see him making a jump sooner than later on the mound. 

2/25/12:  Garrett Phelps, is a 6-foot 195 pound third baseman/RHP from Crawfordsville HS.  At the plate, Phelps showed loose hands with good extension and excellent balance throughout his swing. In the field Phelps showed average actions with a strong arm topping out at 80 mph from 3B. On the mound Phelps was long and loose. His fastball was consistently 80-83. Phelps demonstrated a good curve ball and change-up both projecting to be plus high school pitches. Phelps works from a high ¾ arm slot with a projectable body.

Cutter: 71-72

Phelps is a 5-foot-10 inch, 175 pound freshman with an athletic body. His fastball was consistently 80-81mph with arm side run and some sink. He projects to increase his size and strength. As a freshman, Phelps is a prospect worth paying attention to over the next couple of years.

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