David Pride
David Pride
David Pride
David Pride

CLASS OF 2020

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RHP

David
Pride

Clermont Northeastern (HS) • OH
6-2 • 190LBS • L/R
Travel Team: XBA

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2020 National

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8/04/19

Body Type: 6-foot-2, 190-pound prospect.
Hit: Upside bat from the left side. Balanced launch with an aggressive stroke. Long lever type who can do damage. Professional BP, spraying line drive after line drive up the middle. Flashed some authority as well. All the tools to hit in the middle of a lineup.
Power: 94.7 off the bat in BP.
Offensive Projection: Run Producer.
Field: In the outfield he plays with quick feet too and maintains rhythm through. Ball skills are on par for class.
Throw: Arm strength would be an area for improvement.
Defensive Projection: Corner outfield.

1/26/19

Body Type: 6-foot-2 180-pound prospect with an athletic, projectable build.
Swing Mechanics:
Uses a mini leg kick/hip hinge to initiate his load and swing. Shows a cast of the barrel around the zone with a downhill bat path.
Hit: Average bat to ball ability and barrel control.
Power: 90 mph exit velocity.
Offensive Projection: Shows some good raw ability in his swing but swing mechanics would be a current limiting factor. Getting his barrel more on plane with the pitch will allow him to get more power to all fields and project more as a gap to gap guy.
Run: 4.45 home to 1st.
Throw: 75 mph from the outfield.
Field: Attacks the ball aggressively in the outfield and plays through the ball well. Could improve his exchange and quicken up his release.
Defensive Projection: Present tools and skill set would make him fit best in LF at the next level.

7/17/18

A lefty swinger that starts in a wider setup. Uses a leg kick for timing as hands stay quiet prior to launch. Nice, compact stroke with some loft to path. Strong kid with above average bat speed. Ball jumps off his bat, especially to pull side. Big physical kid with a ton of room to add strength. Type of upside lefty bat that will intrigue college coaches. Swing has some room to clean up but the athleticism and natural tools are obvious. Corner type in the outfield with fluidity to his approach. Plays through the baseball cleanly with adequate ball skills. Arm will need to improve moving forward. Two-way prospect. On the mound the southpaw has an easy delivery that he can repeat. Offers a three pitch mix through a high-¾ slot. Fastball was mostly true through the zone sitting 71-73 mph. Spins a big, gradual breaking curveball on a 1/7 plane at 50-53 mph. Also has a changeup that has a fastball look out of the hand before showing some fade.

Home to 1st: 4.28
Outfield Velocity: 70
Exit Velocity: 81

5/30/18

A two-way prospect in the 2020 class. On the bump the right-hander works with a slower paced tempo to a delivery that requires some effort. Drop and drive type guy who creates energy and direction down the mound. Arm moves through a high-¾ slot with fastball sitting 70-73 mph. Fastball stays mostly true through the zone. Also tosses an 11/5 shaped breaking ball with gradual action at 60-61 mph. As a position guy he swings it from the left side. Frame is very projectable with a chance to really become physical down the road. Uses a leg kick for timing prior to taking a level path through the zone. Shows obvious handspeed and strength through the zone. Took a very loud BP with even misses being impressive off the barrel. Definite bat to follow. In the outfield he plays with fluidity, showing adequate ball skills. Corner type with developing arm strength.

Home to 1st: 4.45
Outfield Velocity: 72
Exit Velocity 87

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