Brady O'Neil
Brady O'Neil
Brady O'Neil

CLASS OF 2016

C
RHP

Brady
O'Neil

USC-Aiken
St. Mary's (HS) • MD
6-3 • 180LBS • R/R

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6.30.15 - Athletic build with some length at 6-foot-3 180-pounds. Hits from a slightly open set up.  Simple load and short stride. Level swing path with quick bat speed.  Occasionally gets out of balance in swing.  Gap-to-gap style hitter and shows some power potential. Has quick feet and a short arm action from behind the plate.  Gets rid of the ball and throws have some carry on them at 77 mph.  Pop times ranged from 2.01 -2.1.  Soft hands, quiet receiver and good body control behind the plate.  Handled pitching staff very well in game. 4.70 home to first and 86 mph exit velocity. Overall good athlete that could play some other positions.
5.18.15 - St. Mary’s 2016 Brady O’Neil showed soft hands behind the plate with body and hip control. Quiet receiver with minimal extra movements and ability to dig the low ball. Strong arm, in-between-inning throws ranged between 2.09 and 2.17. Has a short swing, bat speed, and potential gap-to-gap pop.  Would like to see more consistent rhythm in load.
2.21.15 - Has an athletic build and good frame to fill out at 6-foot-3 185-pounds.  Behind the plate, O’Neil is a mobile catcher with a good exchange and clean footwork. A very quiet receiver with minimal body movement when getting the baseball. Good hip control when getting to balls in dirt. He has a catcher velocity of 76 mph that translated into a pop time of 2.02. Offensively, O’Neil hits from a balanced setup and short stride. He has good rhythm in his swing and is a gap-to-gap type hitter. Is short to the ball with a level path. Has some tendency to drift slightly in swing. His exit velocity was 85 mph showing some power potential. In the 60 yard dash, O’Neil ran a 7.16.  Athletic enough to be able to play multiple positions.    O’Neil is a good prospect that is at the cusp of cracking the overall rankings and should be a high ranked player in the Maryland 2016 class.
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