Nick Viscusi
Nick Viscusi
Nick Viscusi

CLASS OF 2022

RHP
OF

Nick
Viscusi

King Philip (HS) • MA
6-1 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Mass Hurricanes
2022 National

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10/04/20

6-foot-1, 170-pound right-handed pitcher. I thought he threw the ball well at the event. The fastball sat 81-82 mph with arm side action to the fastball. The spin pitch was 67-68 mph and big in shape. The pitch needs additional fastball hand speed added to it so he can tighten it up. The changeup is still a developing pitch for him, sitting 70- 73 mph,  The delivery has crossfire to the feet and the slot is above 3/4 in height. The lift is solid in tempo, repeated and he stays with his arm. The arm works free and clean as he shows minimal glove pull across the hitters face. 

7/21/20

Viscusi is a 6-foot-1, 170 pound right-handed pitching prospect. His delivery is fluid, with a turn of the back to the hitter, a la Luis Tiant. His direction is consistent, allowing him to locate on both sides of the plate out of ¾ arm slot. The fastball has late life and sits 82-84 MPH. The breaking ball is a sweeping pitch at 67-68 MPH. He also throws a harder slider, with tighter spin at 71-72 MPH.

Viscusi is a good looking pitching prospect. The arm is quick, giving the fastball late life. The two breaking balls create good separation of plane and speed.


2/29/20

Viscusi is a projectable 6-foot-1, 160 pound prospect. The right-handed hitting outfielder had an exit velocity of 76 mph off the tee. He hits out of a wide base, with the hands high above the back shoulder. The load uses a high leg kick to post the weight onto the back leg. The bat-head works through the hitting zone on a flat plane and continues well through contact.

Defensively, he showed a quick arm on his throws that registered 83 mph from the outfield. The feet are light as he works to get into the fielding position. The glove is relaxed out front and showed soft hands as he transitioned through the ground ball. The feet create a straight line with the target and he finishes through the play, with a quick arm-swing.

On the mound, Viscusi uses simple, controlled movements to stay balanced and direct heading down the mound. He gets to a good balance point over the rubber and separates the hands, along the shoulder-line. The arm works out of a higher arm slot that creates run on a fastball that sat 79-81 mph. The breaking ball was a sweepy pitch sitting 61-63mph. He also showed a change-up, with split action at 67-68mph.

Tee Exit Velocity- 76 mph

OF Velocity- 83 mph

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