Westin Soloman
Westin Soloman
Westin Soloman
Westin Soloman
Westin Soloman

CLASS OF 2021

RHP

Westin
Soloman

Milford (HS) • MA
6-1 • 165LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Evolution

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2021 National

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9/27/20

6-foot-1, 165-pound right-handed pitcher. The fastball sat 79-80 mph and was downhill at times. The spin pitch was 63-64 mph and big in shape. The changeup was 69-70 mph and solid in action at times. The frame projects to lend to more velocity to come. He can use the addition of strength and weight gain. The delivery is online with the feet and the slot is above 3/4 in height. The lift is solid in tempo and he showed a glove pull across the hitters face. There is a coil at the top of the lift and he needs to improve the tracking of his front shoulder as it comes offline prior to foot strike. 

7/21/20

Soloman is a 6-foot-1, 165 pound right-handed pitching prospect. He works out of a high slot with a simple, controlled delivery. He creates a consistent line with home plate that allows him to work both sides of the plate. The tempo of the delivery is solid and he repeats. The fastball sits 76-79 MPH with late run. The breaking ball was 64-66 MPH and big in shape. The spin pitch can improve with more fastball hand speed added to it. He showed the feel for a good change-up at 73-74 MPH, with minimal fade but the pitch was thrown with good hand speed. 


8/08/19

The 6-foot, 150 pound right-handed hitting catcher threw 73 mph down to 2nd base with a 2.0-2.1 pop time.  I like the catch and throw skills!  The feet are light and move well getting into the throwing position.  The transfer from the glove to hand is quick and stays in a good position.At the plate, the tee exit velocity was 74 mph.  The stance begins open and gets a little long with the stride on occasion.  When the stride foot gets down on time, the launch position is strong and leads the bat through a flat path to contact. Also, shows some foot-speed running a 7.2 sec 60.This is a good looking young catch and throw guy.  I’m excited to follow his progress.

Tee Exit Velocity- 74 mph
Catching Velocity- 73 mph
Pop Time- 2.0



7/16/19

6-foot, 150-pound right-handed hitting catcher and outfielder. Ran a 7.02 sixty at the event. The skill set behind the dish is solid, Threw 71 mph down to second base with a pop time of 1.99. The feet are good and the arm works clean. The transfer can improve with better foot work. The receiving is a  work in progress as he needs to work on securing the catch. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 79 mph. The setup is even in base, front foot open to start. The path front foot closes and steps into the swing. The bat path needs to be flattened as he matures and the frame needs to add physical strength. 

Tee Exit Velocity- 79 mph
Catching Velocity- 71 mph
Pop Time- 1.99

3/11/18

5-foot-9, 130-pound right-handed hitting catcher. Threw 62 mph during the catching portion of the workout. The transfer needs to continue to clean up and improve. The receiving needs to continue to soften and secure the catch. Ran a 7.74 sixty at the event. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 63 mph. The stance is even in base. The bat has a wrap to it as the swing is initiated. Flattening the path of the bat will aid  the hitting process. The bottom half of the swing is under control throughout the swing. The addition of physical strength will help the development of his game.

Tee Exit Velocity- 63 mph
Catching Velocity- 62 mph
60 Time- 7,74

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