Adam Proctor
Adam Proctor
Adam Proctor




Michigan State
St. John's (HS) • MI
6-1 • 230LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Capital City Kings
2017 National

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Michigan State recruit. 6-foot-1, 230-pound left-handed hitting catcher, physically advanced, extremely strong lower half, defined shoulders and forearms; possesses overall man-strength. Offensively, showed arguably the biggest power bat at the Super 60. Simple and strong to the ball, minimal moving parts, subtle hand load, explosive lower half yet maintains excellent balance through contact. Generates premium bat speed, consistent loud contact, uphill path creates lift with big pull-side power. Registered 99 mph exit velocity with wood.  Defensively, shows arm strength, throws have on-line carry, 80 mph from the crouch. Runs well for his size and strength, registering a 7.00 laser-timed 60.

Physical, put-together left-handed hitting catcher has an impressive presence in the batter’s box. Bat stays in the zone a long time and flashed present bat speed. Defensively, prototypical catchers body and target. Strong arm, ball stays true from behind the plate. Good looking 2017 prospect is committed to Michigan State.

6-foot, 213-pound prospect. Great frame and stature behind the plate. Smooth and easy receiver who sticks all pitches well. Well above average and technically sound blocker. Pop time of 1..88-2.00. Ran a 7.60 60-yard dash. Exudes confidence at the plate, plus bat path with big time strength from the left side. Open to even stance with big time power. Bat speed registered at 94 mph.

6-foot, 213-pound prospect. Emerging as one of the top prospects in the 2017 class and overall in the state of Michigan. Great stance and set up behind the plate with above average receiving and blocking skills. Plus arm strength with excellent accuracy on throws to second base. Good carry on throws for a pop times of 1.93-2.04. Ran a 7.42 60-yard dash. Relaxed confident hitter at the plate from the left side. Open to even stance with quick strong hands creating plus bat speed in a gap to gap approach. Bat speed was registered at 89 mph, but has been seen in the mid 90s consistently.
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