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Blackstone Regional (HS) • MA
6' 0" • 155LBS
R/R • 23yr 8mo
Travel Team: New England Storm


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6-foot-1, 155-pound quick arm right-handed pitcher. The arm is extremely quick and the stuff is improving. The slot is slightly above ¾ and clean. The tracking of the front shoulder is done appropriately. The front side does a good job of staying on the catcher. The feet are online and the tempo of the delivery is quick. The fastball touched 85 mph, arm side run to it. The breaking ball is good in shape, touched 71 mph. The slider is very short in spin, sat at 75 mph. The changeup is an advanced pitch in the mid 70’s.  I have seen him progress and this arm has a chance to be outstanding. The secondary stuff is already advanced at his age. Much to like.


6-foot, 145-pound right-handed pitcher has been a staple at our event and continues to impress with his pitchability. Has a tremendous feel for pitching. Strength and additional weight gain are keys to his future success. The fastball touched 84 mph, good arm side run to the pitch. Pitches with his fastball on both sides of the plate. Shows good command of the fastball. The spin pitch is a hybrid of a breaking ball and slider, sat at 74 mph. The changeup is an excellent pitch for him, depth and fade at 76 mph. The delivery is simple, online and easy in tempo. The arm is plus ¾, long arm swing on the back side. The motion is fluid, coil at the top and good effort to the pitch. I love his feel for pitching. Needs to gain weight and get stronger but he is well aware as he self-evaluates well.


6-foot, 145-pound right-handed hitting pitcher. Only threw 1 inning at the event due to the rain but again was impressive as he can really pitch. The frame is slight but the pitchability is not. The changeup is outstanding and the ability to hammer the fastball armside is advanced. The feet are online and the delivery is repeated. The arm is slightly above ¾ and quick on the backside. The fastball touched 81-82 mph with a spin pitch of 66 mph. Keep in mind this all took place as the rain came down. We have seen him better and he can really pitch

6-foot, 145-pound right-handed pitcher who showed excellent command and stuff at the event. The fastball touched 84 mph with arm side run to it. He pounded the strike zone with his stuff, locating much better than most arms. The slider is 73 mph, and has the right shape. The pitch does need to be shortened down as it is a bit wide at this time. The changeup is advanced and it’s legit, sits at 73 mph. The delivery is simple, out of a plus ¾ slot. Leg lift and go to the plate. The direction is appropriate and he showed above average feel for all his pitches. Excellent looking prospect and more to come as he fills out. The changeup is a college level pitch right now.

6-foot, 145-pound right-handed pitcher out of New England Storm Baseball program. Showed a quick arm, short on the backside of the arm swing. The extension is good out front, as he pitches out of a slightly higher than ¾ slot. . The direction of the feet is appropriate and he repeats well. The front shoulder could be tracked better to foot strike. Fastball touched 81 mph with arm side run to it. The breaking ball is 67 mph, needs more fastball hand speed to it. Wraps the wrist on the backside of the breaking ball pitch. The slider is very good, touched 75 mph, an out pitch at the next level. The changeup is 73 mph, shows feel for the pitch. Very interesting follow for colleges, as he matures, he could be a guy on the mound.

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