Grant Snyder
Grant Snyder
Grant Snyder

CLASS OF 2020

OF
LHP

Grant
Snyder

Hollis Brookline (HS) • NH
6-2 • 165LBS • L/L
Travel Team: North East Baseball-Hudson, MA

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3/10/2018
6-foot-2, 165-pound left-handed hitting outfielder and pitcher. On the mound, the fastball touched 72 mph. The breaking pitch sat at 65 mph, big in shape. Needs additional fastball hand speed to it. The changeup is 62 mph, still a developing pitch. The delivery is online with his feet, the slot is above ¾. The lift is methodical and the arm swing is long on the backside. The glove comes across the hitters face as he makes his way into footstrike. Needs to make sure he keeps the same hand speed on his secondary pitches, currently slows his hand down on those. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 81 mph. The setup is wide with his feet, front foot open to start the swing. The front foot closes down as the ball approaches. The hands start low, the path is out and around to contact. Frame is very projectable, needs additional physical strength added to it. Showed good foot speed at the event. Threw 73 mph from the outfield, the approach to the ball is athletic and appropriate.
Tee Exit Velocity- 81 mph
OF Velocity- 73 mph
 
8/2/2017

6-foot, 145-pound left-handed hitting outfielder and pitcher. Good athlete with a a projectable frame that should fill out nicely. Did not pitch at the event due to the rain. The athleticsm is solid in the outfield and he shows to be reliable out there. Threw 73 mph from the outfield to home plate, carry and accuracy. The arm works well, long out front with good extension on his throws. Ran a 4.46 on his dig to first base at the event. Tee exit velocity of 82 mph. Hits out of a even base, front foot slightly open. Small bat wrap as he begins a clean swing. The hands are free and he has the makings of a solid path. The frame needs strength to aid his development. Actions are smooth on the field and in the batter’s box.
Tee Exit Velocity- 82 mph
OF Velocity- 73 mph

 
3/12/17
5-foot-11, 140-pound, long, lengthy, athletic frame, has plenty of room to fill out and add weight on. A left-handed hitter, the stance is open to even, hands are loose at shoulder height. The bat starts in a flat position, hands get back and have separation to them from the body. For timing uses a small leg kick, gains ground with the stride, steps in slightly. The swing path is level to up, could stay through it slightly longer, finishes with two hands. The barrel could stay in the zone longer, the approach is more to the pull side. The hands work freely, easy fix with the finish, reps and practice. Defensively, prep steps and angles to the ball were good in outfield play. Fields the ball out front off proper foot, transfer was clean, gains ground with feet, stepped through hard, stayed behind the ball and uses his entire body to throw the baseball. The arm action is longer, arm works free, ball comes out of a ¾ to high ¾ slot, clocked at 70 mph. The frontside glove arm, could get closed down more, will help him stay on target.

Forty-Yard Dash: 5.35
Exit Velocity: 80 mph
Arm Velocity: 70 mph

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