Jack Linton
Jack Linton
Jack Linton

CLASS OF 2016

2B
SS

Jack
Linton

Westminster (HS) • MO
5-10 • 145LBS • R/R

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2016 National

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12/14/14 - Linton is a 5-foot-10 145-pound right-hand hitting 2B. Offensively improving from last event attended, balanced set up, smooth rhythm, simple load, strides closed, gap-to-gap approach, balanced finish, 75 mph exit velo, 4.53 home-to-first.  Defensively, high three-quarters release, clean glove-to-hand exchange, plays through ball, 70 mph positional velo, accurate throws.
7/1/14 – Linton is an athletic the 5-foot-9, 145-pound right hand hitting middle infielder. He showed fluid footwork and had a clean exchange. Jack has long arm action with accurate throws. His position velocity was 73 MPH. At the plate, Linton has an open stance with a smooth load. He uses his lower half well and has an advanced approach. Jack hits line drives and uses all fields.
8/25/13 - In the field, the 5-foot-8, 135-pound Linton showed good actions and instincts to the ball, fielding everything out in front with soft hands and a clean glove to hand exchange. His arm is a bit long, but accurate with a top throw of 71-mph across the field. At the plate, Linton has good balance with little wasted movement. His swing takes a level plane with the ability to hit the ball to all fields. As he continues to mature physically, he should be able to drive the ball with some authority. On the mound, Linton comes from a high ¾ arm slot with a loose arm and smooth rhythm. His fastball was thrown in the 66-69 mph range with slight arm side movement. He also threw a 55-59 mph breaking ball with early 11-to-5 break and a 62-64 mph change up, both thrown consistently for a strike.

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