Jack Adams
Jack Adams
Jack Adams
Jack Adams

CLASS OF 2018

RHP
SS

Jack
Adams

Kirkwood (HS) • MO
6-2 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Midwest Surge 17u Blue

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2018 National

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6/6/17 - Adams is a 6-foot-2 180-pound right-handed pitcher in Missouri’s 2018 class. Adams was effective with three pitches, fastball was 82-85 mph, works both sides of the plate, some with late run, working inside to RHH, breaking ball has sharp 12-to-6 action, 63-66 mph, also throws slider out of same release point, more 11-to-5 action, 69-71 mph, late action, high three quarters release and same arm speed with all pitches making it difficult for hitters to see out of hand, hides ball well, works entire zone, strike thrower, challenges hitters. 

2/19/17 - Adams is a 6-foot2 160-pound right-handed pitcher in Missouri’s 2018 class. Adams was 82-85 mph with fastball, occasional cutting action, high number of strikes, 67-69 mph breaking ball, gradual break, change up at 74-75 mph, near fastball arm speed, flashes late run, smooth delivery, high three quarters arm slot, high leg lift with slight hip rotation at balance point, showed command of three pitches. 
6/14/16 - Adams is a 6-foot-2 160-pound right-handed pitcher in Missouri’s 2018 class.  Adams threw mostly fastball and curveball in game action, three strikeouts, one walk, no hits, fastball had late run, 81-83 mph, 11-to-5 curveball, mostly 63-67 mph, over the top release, throws with regular effort, lands square to plate, quick tempo between pitches, clean arm action.
1/31/16 - Adams is a 2018 grad from Kirkwood, MO, and is a right-handed pitcher. On the mound Adam’s provides some deception from his high ¾ arm slot as he throws slightly across his body and with his fastball having some late cut action. The delivery is easy with clean arm action. Fastball was thrown for a high percentage of strikes and was between 77-79 mph. Adam’s threw one changeup in his work out at 64 mph. Curveball was thrown at different arm angles which allows for a 12-to-6 and a slurve type break.
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