Braydon Cook
Braydon Cook
Braydon Cook
Braydon Cook
Braydon Cook

CLASS OF 2016

RHP
3B

Braydon
Cook

Murray State
Francis Howell (HS) • MO
6'1 • 190LBS • R/R

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6/9/15 - Cook is a 6-foot-1 190-pound right-handed pitcher.  Cook posted one of the top velos of the event touching 87 mph, and working at 83-86 mph.  Cook hides the ball well during his delivery, arm works, loose arm action, comes from a high-three quarters slot, throws slightly across body, tight 11-to-5 breaking ball, down in zone, change-up has sink at 76-78 mph.
2/15/15 - Cook is a 6-foot-2 190-pound right-handed pitcher, worked the bottom of the zone with three pitches, strike thrower, touched 87 mph twice with fastball, worked at 84-86 mph, 10-to-4 shaped slider, late action, 72-76 mph, change-up at  77-79 mph, arm side sink, throws with some effort, loose arm action, arm works, stays inline down mound, fast arm speed.
10/4/14 - ook sat at 81-83 mph with his fastball for the majority of his three innings, touching 84 mph.  He worked a two-seam fastball with late run into righties and attacked hitters in his first inning of work, clocked at 69-72 mph with his 11-to-5 curveball and 74 mph with his change that showed arm side action.  He allowed two runs on six hits with a pair of walks and three strikeouts.  Not his best outing, but did battle with less than his best stuff.

6/17/14 - Cook is a 6-foot-1, 190-pound RHP with top vela of 85 MPH on his fastball.  Cook worked in the 81-83 MPH with his fastball thrown from a high 3/4 slot.  He has a repeatable delivery, with easy effort.  His curveball has an 11-to-5 shape with late break at near fastball speed.  Cook’s curveball was clocked at 75-77 MPH.  He showed a change-up at 72-75 MPH with sink.  He had command and feel of all three pitches, with a heavy fastball that resulted in groundouts during the scrimmage. 
1/20/14 – Cook is a projectable 6-foot-1 190-pound right handed pitcher.  He had one of the top fastball velos of the event at 82 MPH.  He has a fast, loose arm action and throws from a ¾ arm slot.  Cook is a strike thower with command of three pitches in the zone. His fastball had hard run at 81-81 MPH.  Cook’s curveball has a 12/6 shape with a shape, late break and was consistently down in the zone.  His curveball was 67-69 MPH.  He a nasty change-up with some cut and sink at 72-73 MPH that produce hitters to swing and miss.  Overall, he showed he will be a top arm in the 2016 class as he keeps developing.

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