James Termine
James Termine
James Termine




Pittsford Mendon (HS) • NY
5-8 • 125LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Grow 2 Pro Tigers



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Physical: Lean, developing 5-foot-8, 125lb frame. 8.16 runner in the 60-yard dash.

Offensively: RHH - Balanced, low postured stance as the hands started flush on the shoulder to begin. Utilized a short lift and replace stride to initiate the swing through a short, flat path into the hitting zone. Kept the chest down at impact while phasing into a semi-soft front-side at impact, producing a deep two-handed finish on the backside. Recorded a 36% line drive rate (via Trackman) with feel for the top hand, able to manipulate to different zones at times. Found a T78 mph bat-exit velocity at his peak with singles power at the moment. 

Defensively: The primary backstop featured a low-pulse, traditional crouch position with the glove hand working low to high. Pop times ranged from 2.19-2.28 while absorbing the pitch and driving the glove to the throwing ear. Released quickly from a short H ¾ slot up to 68 mph on the bag. More available on the throw by getting into the legs for a longer period of time.


Physical: Lean, developing 5-foot-8, 125lb frame. 8.42 runner in the 60-yard dash.

Offensively: RHH - Wider attack and balanced, even stance as the knees bent slightly. Utilized a barrel tip on time with a short toe-tap stride, initiating the swing through a flat, direct path towards a deep, one-handed finish. Recorded a 39% line drive rate (via Trackman) with a finesse, contact-oriented approach in the middle of the field during batting practice. Hit into a stiff front side with upright posture at impact, producing a T78 mph bat-exit velocity with singles power. Featured clean bat to ball skills with more juice coming as he holds strength across proportions. 

Defensively: The primary backstop demonstrated a traditional crouch position as the glove hand showed a low target. Pop times ranged from 2.52-2.60 as the glove hand absorbed the pitch to the ear, getting rid from a shorter V-slot to the arm-side of the bag (one hop at times, 64 mph arm). Presented some feel for transfers with quick, adjustable feet present.


Physical: 5-foot-6, 120 pounds; Long, wiry build. 8.26 runner in the 60.

: RHH. Even setup, with feet wide spread; flat bat to start. Short take back with the hands with an up and down stride for timing. Stays behind the ball while showing an average effort from the legs. Showed a slight lift to the ball with a finish around the back.  More line drives than flyballs and groundballs with a peak exit velocity of 73 MPH via Trackman.

: Starts with a low to the ground setup; static during pre-pitch while stays low while receiving. Hands are firm with a clean transfer. Short take back from a high 3/4 arm slot. 2.46-2.58 pop times. C - 62 MPH.


Physical: 5-foot-6, 120LBS. 8.11SEC 60-Yard Dash.

Offensively: Feet begin slightly wider than shoulder width with the bat resting on the shoulder, pointing downward. As the load is initiated the barrel comes up as the hands slightly move back. Simultaneously weight transfers to the backside as the lead leg goes through its stride. The stride gains ground towards the pitcher. Downward attack angle.

Defensively: Primary C. Has some sway in the hips during the receive. Transfers at chest height as the right foot plants into the ground. Stays in lower half and moves in a straight line towards 2B. Abbreviated arm swing. 

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