Jordan Metzger
Jordan Metzger
Jordan Metzger
Jordan Metzger

CLASS OF 2022

3B
RHP

Jordan
Metzger

Desert Oasis (HS) • NV
6-0 • 150LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Las Vegas Aces
2022 National

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10/25/20

Body: 5-foot-11, 150 pounds. Lean build with long limbs. Squared shoulders. Some present wiry strength. Has plenty of room to add significant size and strength.

Defense: IF. Corner infield type. Developing infield actions with some fluidness through the ball. Moves well laterally.

Arm: RH. 76 mph. Quick, accurate arm.
Hit: RHH. Tall, squared set up. Short, rotational type swing. Some lift through extension. Worked mostly middle/pull throughout his round. Pull side power potential. 
Power: 90 mph Exit Velocity via TrackMan
Run: 7.00 Laser Timed 60

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Delivery: Works primarily from the stretch. Weight held mostly in his back leg as he comes set. Quick paced leg kick with forward lean towards 3B. Lands on line with finish falling towards 3B. 
Arm Action: RH. Side arm type. Repeats well. 

FB: Max 78 mph. Sat 76-78 mph. Heavy arm side action. Locates well in the zone.

SL: 66-68 mph. Frisbee, sweeping action. Developing pitch.

CH: 73-74 mph. Arm side fade and sink. Mirrors his FB coming out.

11/14/18-Lean, 5-foot-8, 125, Metzger is presently long levered with square shoulders.  He displays developing infield actions and has solid awareness of exactly what he needs to do to make the play.  His comfort release is from a ¾ slot but will employ varying arm angles as the play dictates.  He showed signs of a solid internal clock, utilizing a quick exchange to his backhand and footwork on slow rollers.  Metzger has some instincts for the infield positions. At the plate, he strides open to close with a leg kick, hitting primarily off his backside with an uphill stroke.  Gains can be made with weight transfer and a middle of the field approach.  On the mound, Metzger throws from a side arm slot.  He has feel for a “frisbie” breaking ball.   He also showed a serviceable changeup. His slot relies heavily on the sink from his fastball and changeup which is occasional.  His ability to throw with his head in his arm slot will provide more consistency in pitch definition.

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