Christopher O'Connor
Christopher O'Connor
Christopher O'Connor
Christopher O'Connor




Middletown South (HS) • NJ
6-0 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: 9ers Baseball Club


2020 National

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Uncommitted. O’Connor has broad shoulders at 6-feet 180-pounds. Mashed a double in the first inning to deep CF that one hopped the wall. Opened stance with a small leg lift and stride. Barrel lags to stay in zone. Barreled in two other at-bats, both hard hit ground outs to SS.

Upperclass Games (9/23/18)
O’Connor’s lean, athletic frame at 6-feet 183--pounds and sure-handedness in the infield bring him in to the list of notable infielders from this event. We first got a chance to see O’Connor last spring, when he had a big day against Alabama commit ‘18 Tyler Ras in the first game of the season. O’Connor’s swing is compact and quick – starting from on opened stance with hands above back shoulder and bat parallel to the ground. Uses a leg kick and stride to start swing and hands load down below his shoulder and back with some rhythm. Finishes uphill and balanced. Line drive type hitter. In the field, throws topped at 83 MPH across the diamond. Ball jumps out of his hand and shows bouncy movements as he glides laterally to ground balls hit to his forehand and backhand.

O’Connor stands at 6-foot, 175-pounds. Has a strong and athletic build. Ran the 60 yard dash in 7.54 seconds. Recorded an exit velo of 88 MPH. At the plate, starts with his feet even in a balanced stance. Hands begin in line with his back shoulder and elbow parallel to the ground. Smooth weight transfer, gets off his backside well. Hands stay inside the ball. Sprays line drives to the opposite field and shows some pullside power. One-handed finish. Defensively, took reps as an infielder. Recorded a top velo of 82 MPH on his throws to first. Stays athletic as he approaches the baseball. Transfers the baseball around his midsection. Made on target throws with a loose arm action and a 3/4 slot.

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