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South Carolina
Cardinal Gibbons (HS) • NC
5' 11" • 190LBS


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Currently the No. 100 prospect in the PBR Draft 100.  The South Carolina recruit went 2-for-3 with a walk, double, two runs scored and a stolen base. He has a lean frame with broad shoulders at 6 feet, 190 pounds. A switch-hitter, all four of his plate appearances came against righties so he hit exclusively from the left side. At the plate, he starts tall and takes a medium stride. He had a little bit of length to his swing on this night, but doubled in his first at-bat, allowing a pitch to travel deep as he took the other way down the third base line. He consistently made hard contact and his singled was smoked off the pitcher. Campbell runs well and was 4.2 with a tight turn on his double.

 - A physical 6-foot-1, 190 pound middle infielder, Campbell makes consistent hard contact from both the left and right side of the plate, and has shown the ability to handle velocity this summer.  Defensively, he takes good angles and shows carry on his throws -- clocked at 82mph in the Tournament of Stars workout day.  Campbell has run anywhere from a 6.60 - 6.90 this summer.  

06.15.16 -  SS Noah Campbell (Cardinal Gibbons HS, NC) has been on the prospect radar for a while, committing to South Carolina early in his high school career. He ran a 6.8 in the 60 and then showed average tools on defense. He has loose hands and bat speed at the plate. He is listed at 6 feet, 190 pounds.

8/14/19: After ups and downs throughout the spring, South Carolina infielder Noah Campbell found success and consistency this summer for Y-D, slashing .324/.442/.431 over 34 games and 125 plate appearances. The switch hitter boasts a simple, compact swing from both sides of the plate while showing a little better upper-/lower-half separation and sting from the left side. There’s very little in the way of game power, though the foot speed and bat-to-ball ability should allow Campbell to rack-up his share of extra bases as he continues to mature. The swing can get a little flat, and while he drives the ball effectively the other way he often times can work too much on top of the ball. He’s a good athlete with solid actions on the dirt and likely profiles best at second base, long term, and looked sharp there for Y-D. Some slight tweaks to the swing to help him lift and drive the ball more consistently could boost his stock come the spring, with a likely projection as a Day Two target. (Faleris)

8/20/18: Campbell caught my attention this past spring at Arkansas during a SEC weekend series. The athleticism and tools were obvious, yet he was adjusting to the college game with inconsistent at-bats and pitch selection. During the Cape season he took his game to another level. A 6-foot, 195 pound switch-hitter with fast twitch actions, he earned All-Star and Year-End All League honors, finishing with a .364/.456/.636 slash in 125 plate appearances. Ran 3.90 on a chopper from the left and 4.28 from the right side to first base. Athletes of his caliber who can hit and hit for power, especially those that play on the dirt, are rare in the college game. Campbell does have some stiffness to his infield actions, but if he continues his improvements look for his name to be called in the early rounds of the 2020 draft. (Seifert)

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