Kevin Bowrosen
Kevin Bowrosen
Kevin Bowrosen
Kevin Bowrosen

CLASS OF 2020

3B
OF

Kevin
Bowrosen

James Madison
Miller Place (HS) • NY
5-11 • 170LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Body Armor Titans

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Preseason - Long Island (February 23, 2018)
Offensively: he is rhythmic hitter that gets the barrel on the ball consistently. He has exceptional hand-eye coordination which makes him a difficult out. As he puts on more mass, his line drives may develop into home runs. Defensively, he is well above-average. He has soft hands, athletic movements with his feet and a strong, accurate arm that was clocked at 87 MPH across the infield. Pitching: he touched 86 MPH, sat 84-85 MPH with his max-effort delivery, clean arm-action. He showed a 67 MPH curve and had great feel/command. He is definitely a two-way prospect but with his advanced defensive skills, I think that part of his game that impresses the most.
ENY All-Star Games (September 17, 2017)
Bowrosen stands in at 5-foot-11, 165-pounds with a lean athletic frame. Offensively- Lefty sets up slightly open with his feet just outside shoulder width. Shows a slight knee bend with an upright torso holding his hands just above the back shoulder using little pre-pitch bat movement. On pitch, his trigger is a knee raise into the body to stride forward while his hands move back into a good hitting position. Has quick hands into the hitting zone with a level bat path throughout into a high one-handed finish. Utilizes good lower body rotation getting whole frame involved in the swing. Demonstrated line drive potential driving the baseball down the left field line and into the left-center gap. Recorded an exit velocity of 88 MPH, a 6 MPH improvement from his previous best mark of 82 MPH set in January 2017. Defensively- Has good footwork and approach to the baseball. Fluid footwork to get underneath the baseball in the outfield with good crow hop mechanics to gain ground and momentum before the throw. Has a good outfielder arm swing and is accurate with his throws. Recorded a positional outfielder arm velocity of 83 MPH, a 4 MPH improvement from January 2017. Overall a very talented 2020 graduate to keep an eye on at future events.
Long Island Top Prospect (January 16, 2017)

Bowrosen, currently ranked as the 3rd best prospect for the class of 2020 continues to impress at every event thus far, checking in at 5-foot-10 and weighs 155 pounds, ran a 4.19 from home to first.  Offensively- Begins from a square balanced base, knees slightly bent, with the hands above the back shoulder, ear height, and barrel of the bat 45 degrees to the ground. Lifts the lead foot, with a 45 degree angle towards the pitcher, while the hands are loaded straight back getting outside the back shoulder and barrel of the bat stays at 45 degrees with a slight wrap towards the pitcher. Showed pop, from the center of the field to the pull side line, getting thru the ball very well, especially on pitches from the middle out location. Pitches on the inner third, tends to rush the hip thru causing a pulling off action. Good looking prospect that recorded an exit velocity of 82 MPH, a jump of 3 MPH from the previous event.  Defensively-  Athletic and fluid movements to the ball getting the body into a pre-pitch movement using a modest two steps. Fields the ball from the center to left side of the body then transferring the ball from the chest area. Arm action tends to get a bit long, not traditional of an infielder, but throws show plus carry and accuracy recording an arm velocity of 79 MPH, (+5 MPH) from August of ‘16.   Pitching- Starts from the third base side of the rubber with both hands held chest high. Gets to the gathered position of the delivery using a step towards the first base side while the pivot drags to past the center of the rubber to the first base side, hands  elevating to the height of the right ear and lead knee getting slightly above the waist with no inward rotation of the lead hip. Sticks the landing with the lead toe pointing towards the catcher while the lead elbow stays inside the body getting down to the lead hip and getting quality bag leg extension. The fastball, thrown from a high ¾ to almost over the top angle, showed life and run topping out at 79 MPH, but has been as high 80 MPH at previous events. Also featured a 2-seam fastball between 76-78 MPH, that showed some arm side run but stayed up in the zone. Displayed a good feel for the change-up as well as a quality differential from the fastball, topping out at 70 MPH. The changeup showed plus arm side fade as well as quality depth. The curveball showed sweeping 11-to-5 shape while topping out at 67 MPH. Early projections had this player to be an impact  two-way prospect at the next level.

 
Long Island Prospect Preview (August 8, 2016)
Bowrosen, an impressive left-handed hitting 3B/RHP 2020 grad from Miller Place HS, stands at 5-foot-10 and 150-pounds. He ran a 7.47 60. Offensively- Open upright stance with feet slightly more than shoulder width apart. Swing is initiated with the front foot striding and hands remain back creating balanced separation. Young left handed hitter showed ability to drive the ball with authority to all fields, using the left and right center gaps. Hands stay behind the rotation of the hips nicely creating plus bat speed. Recorded an exit velocity of 79 MPH. Defensively- Well balanced with clean fluid movements to the ball. Fields the ball creating a hop, with the ball off the left side of the body. Funnels the ball to the center of the body, good separation and showed an above average arm for his age, recording a positional velocity of 74 MPH.  Pitching- Starts in the center of the pitching rubber. Drop steps towards first base to get the body into the gathered position from the wind-up. Clean and loose arm. Throws from an over the top arm angle, showing peak FB velocity at 80 MPH. Was able to repeat the delivery and arm angle on the off-speed pitches as well. Curveball showed a velocity of 61 MPH, while the change-up showed a good differential at 70 MPH. This 2020 grad projects well and is a definite follow over the next few years.

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