Tre Morgan
Tre Morgan
Tre Morgan
Tre Morgan
Tre Morgan

CLASS OF 2020

1B
OF

Tre
Morgan

Louisiana State
Brother Martin (HS) • LA
6-1 • 190LBS • L/L
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Power
102.1
Exit Velocity (max)
2/02/20
92.6
Exit Velocity (avg)
2/02/20
388
Distance (max)
2/02/20
62
Sweet Spot %
2/02/20
Run
6.84
60-yard
2/02/20
-
30-yd
-
10-yd
-
Run speed (max)
Defense
80
INF Velo
11/04/17
84
OF Velo
2/02/20
-
C Velo
-
Pop Time

Positional Tools

2020
2017
60 Yard Dash
6.84
Outfield Velocity
84.0
Power / Speed Score
14.9
60 Yard Dash
6.92
Infield Velocity
80.0
Power / Speed Score
12.9
Super 60 Pro Showcase
Feb 2, 2020
Position
6.84
60-yard
84
OF Velo
99
Exit Velo
All State Games (Invite Only)
Nov 4, 2017
Position
6.92
60-yard
80
INF Velo
89
Exit Velo

Hitting

2020
Exit Velocity Max
102.1
Exit Velocity Avg
92.6
Distance Max
388
Distance Avg
225
Launch Angle Avg
15.8
Hard Hit %
Sweet Spot %
Line Drive %
Fly Ball %
Ground Ball %
Super 60 Pro Showcase
Feb 2, 2020
Trackman - Hitting
102.1
Exit Velocity (max)
92.6
Exit Velocity (avg)
225
Distance (avg)
388
Distance (max)
Hard Hit %
Sweet Spot %
Line Drive %
Fly Ball %
Ground Ball %

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7/01/22

USA CNT: Morgan was a key contributor in the LSU lineup throughout the 2022 season, showing impactful on-base ability and high level bat-to-ball skills over his 62 starts, slashing .324/.414/.462. Like Ahuna, there is a lot of noise in his load, but he excels at getting wood to horsehide across all four quadrants, making him a threat to drive the ball to any part of the field. The power output is light for a corner profile at present, but Morgan is capable of producing high-level exit velocity when he squares one up, and it's conceivable, given his contact skills and ability to produce hard contact, that he's only a few tweaks away from emerging as a more consistent home run threat. Defensively, Morgan has his moments — flashing soft hands — but he needs further reps to refine the finer points of the three-spot, from scoops to footwork. He moves well enough to shift to the grass, but would be limited to left field due to his below-average arm strength. There is still work to do in order to properly slot Tre' into a likely draft bucket, but through his impressive at bats at trials (.308 average and .438 on-base percentage along with several impressive drawn-out at bats fighting off good stuff) and solid production thus far at LSU, there's reason to be excited.

2/27/22

With superior bat to ball skills, even better than those of Tiger teammate Doughty, Morgan uses all fields and consistently produces hard contact from foul line to foul line. He's super twitchy with a funky, almost violent load, yet he somehow manages to sync it all up. Morgan will get into trouble from time to time when he loses his patience at the plate and looks to ambush any fastball when he would be better off just getting HIS fastball. On these occasions he gets big and pulls off the ball. But his bat to ball skill is so great, he puts the ball in play without the intended pop behind it. At 6-foot-1, 185 pounds he produces below average game power, especially for his position, but did produce some high level exit velocities last weekend. His top two were 105.1 and 104.7 mph. He showed plus range at first base on both ground balls and popups, along with high level instincts, but he can get wild with his decisions and did look a bit sloppy at times this weekend. He also tended to forehand everything instead of backhanding short hop picks. Morgan also has a well below average arm (30/35 grade on the pro scale) with below average accuracy. With all of that taken into account, he may profile better in left field at the pro level, but as a 2023 draft eligible there is still plenty of time to figure all of that out.

11/04/17

Louisiana State recruit, currently ranked No. 3 in Louisiana's 2020 class and No. 35 overall. Athletic 6-foot, 180-pound frame, athletic build, long limbs, room to project. Fluid athletic runner that posted a 6 .92 60-yard dash. Left-handed hitter that hits from athletic setup, smooth load, short stride, solid lower half and balance. Line drive, pull type hitter with fluid rhythm, flat path that flashed ability to create natural life showing strength at contact and bat speed that produced an exit velocity of 89 mph. Quality defender with soft hands, developing footwork and above average athleticism for his position. Long arm action into high-3/4 release with arm strength and carry on throws that produced a positional velocity of 80 mph.

8/02/17

Athletic 6-foot, 180-pound frame, athletic build, long limbs, room to project. Fluid athletic runner that posted a 7.16 60-yard dash. Left-handed hitter that hits from athletic setup, smooth load, short stride, solid lower half and balance. Line drive, pull type hitter with fluid rhythm, flat path that flashed ability to create natural life showing strength at contact and bat speed that produced an exit velocity of 92 mph. Quality defender with soft hands, developing footwork and above average athleticism for his position. Long arm action into high-3/4 release with arm strength and carry on throws that produced a positional velocity of 81 mph.

7/25/17

Athletic 6-foot, 180-pound frame, athletic build, long limbs, room to project. Fluid athletic runner that posted a 6.92 60-yard dash. Left-handed hitter that hits from athletic setup, smooth load, short stride, solid lower half and balance. Line drive, pull type hitter with fluid rhythm, flat path that flashed ability to create natural life showing strength at contact and bat speed that produced an exit velocity of 90 mph. Quality defender with soft hands, developing footwork and above average athleticism for his position. Long arm action into high-3/4 release with arm strength and carry on throws that produced a positional velocity of 81 mph.

12/17/16

A 6-foot, 160-pound outfielder with a lean, athletic frame, long levers. Left-handed hitter that hits from athletic setup, smooth load, short stride, solid lower half and balance. Line drive, pull type hitter with solid rhythm, on plane path and bat speed that produced an exit velocity of 87 mph.

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