Grant Wilson
Grant Wilson
Grant Wilson




Cowley County CC
Blue Valley Southwest (HS) • KS
6-3 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Building Champions
2018 National

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1/18/16 - Wilson is a 6-foot-3 175-pound right-handed hitting outfielder in Kansas’ 2018 class.  He had an 86 mph exit velo and got down the line in 4.78 seconds.  At the plate, starts in a balanced set up, reverse to tap for timing, in line stride, level path though the zone.  In the outfield, posted event best 86 mph positional velo, over the top release, moves to the ball with a purpose, creates momentum though the catch, high three quarters release, loose arm, arm works, mostly accurate throws. Wilson posted the top RHP velo of the day at 84 mph, wide shoulders, throw downhill, with some effort, slightly across body, fastball worked at 81-84 mph, over the top release, sharpe 11-to-5 breaking ball, mostly down in zone, some sink on change-up at 69-74 mph, fastball arm speed, still gaining command.  Projectable arm action and build would suggest a velo increase as he matures.
9/27/15 - Wilson is a 6-foot-3 170-pound right-handed pitcher and right-handed hitting outfielder.  Wilson has an exit velo of 85 mph and ran a 7.78 60.  He gets down the line in 4.62-seconds.  In the outfield, Wilson had a positional velo of 84 mph, athletic actions, works behind the ball, high three-quarters release, plays though catch, clean exchange.  At the plate, Wilson starts with an athletic set up, toe taps for timing, short stride, level path to extension, worked middle of the field with line drives, consistent solid contact.  On the mound, Wilson worked the strike zone with fastball and curveball.  He sat 79-81 mph with downhill tilt and slight run, working both sides of the plate.  Curveball has 11-to-5 shape with late action, 64-67 mph and will become a better pitch as he develops.  Prototypical pitchers frame, lean, wide shoulders, controlled body during delivery, hands work over the head, slightly across body, loose arm action.
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