Adam Fallon
Adam Fallon
Adam Fallon
Adam Fallon
Adam Fallon
Adam Fallon
Adam Fallon




Bowling Green State
Bishop Watterson (HS) • OH
5-11 • 164LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Triple Crown Royals


2019 National

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Body Type: 5-foot-11, 164-pound average frame.
Swing Mechanics: Athletic load that creates balance and energy.

Hit: Swing works and he has feel for contact. All fields hitter who stays inside the ball well. Natural tools aren’t dynamic just yet but more than respectable. Very solid round of BP.

Power: 85 mph exit velocity. Line drive guy with gap abilities.

Offensive Projection: Top of Lineup.

Run: 6.8 60-yard dash.
Field: Bat is top tool but also has a solid skill set with the glove. Ideal second baseman mold with the hands and athleticism for the spot.

Throw: 80 mph arm strength across the infield.

Defensive Projection: 2B.


Fallon’s stock is really on the rise, following a strong performance at the Top Prospect Games with another standout showing at this event. A good athlete with 6.8 speed and a second baseman skill set. Hit tool continues to impress. Really athletic, loose swing at the plate from the left side. Generates backspin to both fields with some authority to pull side. Stock has gone from follow to scholarship level guy over the past year.
60-yard dash: 6.84
Infield Velocity: 75
Exit Velocity: 87


It’s been a little while since we saw Fallon and he showed up noticeably improved at the event. A lefty bat with twitch and more pop than frame would suggest. Laced line drives to both gaps in BP with more authority to pull side. Defensively he has a middle infielder skill set that leans towards a second base fit at the next level. Solid ball player that may have worked himself into scholarship contention.
60-yard dash: 6.77
Infield Velocity: 80
Exit Velocity: 83


Defensively, the middle infielder plays with quick feet. Fields the ball out front in the middle of the body with soft hands. Funnels the ball into his chest before transferring. Throws from a 3/4 slot with average arm strength. A talented lefty bat that could fit a variety of roles inside the lineup. Movements are athletic and well timed prior to launch. Hands stay loose as the move through load into trigger. Barrel whips through the zone and he does a nice job of finding the plane early. Natural tools are above average for his class. Line drive swing with some natural loft power in there.
60-yard dash: 6.92
Infield Velocity: 78
Exit Velocity: 81


A left-handed hitter that starts in a tall, athletic setup. Lower half is simple and fluid. Hands are noticeable loose prior to launch. Bat has obvious whip through the zone. Swing is efficient and any added strength will translate to juice. Top of the lineup guy who can use the whole field. Very impressive. A middle infielder with quick, athletic footwork approaching the baseball. Glove skills are above average and transfer is clean. A good athlete that profiles at second base at the next level.
Home to First: 4.39
Infield Velocity: 75
Exit Velocity: 83


5-foot-10, 151-pound athletic, projectable body frame. The infielder showcased well defensively at the event, showcasing some range with the ability to move well laterally. Has good footwork, while continuing to play through the baseball. Fields with his hands out in front of his body and throws with a clean, short arm action through a lower ¾ slot while reaching a velocity of 77 mph across the infield. Tall stance, much more pop than frame would suggest, very impressive round of batting practice. Loading sequence is fluid and creates energy. Barrel whips through contact with ease, using both sides of the field. Bat could play multiple roles in a lineup. 
60-yard Dash: 6.9
Infield Velocity: 77
Exit Velocity: 82


5-foot-10, 151-pound prospect. Projects as a second base type. Average footwork and range at this stage. Doesn’t sit back. Charges the ball. Comfortable going to his glove side. Throws through ¾ slot with top velocity of 76 mph. Offensively, he has the look of a top of the lineup guy that has feel for the barrel. Swing is short and compact while working on a level plane. Consistently squared balls up in batting practice, flashing gap to gap pop.

60 Yard Dash: 7.22
Position Velocity: 76
Exit Velocity: 84

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