Ethan Miller
Ethan Miller
Ethan Miller
Ethan Miller




Beavercreek (HS) • OH
5-10 • 167LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Canes Baseball
2021 National

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Hit: Upright stance that flows into a simple, yet efficient loading sequence .Slightly downhill stroke with a balanced offering of strength and speed to hands. All fields approach, staying inside the ball nicely. Very solid round. Looks to have a ton of feel for contact.
Power: Line drive pop with flashes of gap abilities.
Offensive Projection: Multiple Roles.
Top Rapsodo BP Exit Velocity: 86.2
Top Rapsodo BP Distance: 274
Field: In the outfield he showed average footwork and a slow transfer on his throws but his throws did show good carry to them.
Defensive Projection: Corner OF

Body Type: 5-foot-9, 160-pound strong frame.

Swing Mechanics: Upright stance from the right side. Uses a back load to hands during controlled stride.

Hit: Balanced swing with slight uphill tendencies. Barrel has some lag through the zone. Generated regular line drives to the middle of the field with some ground ball tendencies to pull. Ended the round very strong.

Power: 78 mph exit velocity. Stronger than he is fast through the zone with the ability to naturally lift the baseball. Present gap abilities.

Offensive Projection: Middle of the Lineup.

Run: 7.72 60-yard dash.

Field: Corner skill set in the outfield. Plays under control with fluid actions. Mechanically sound. Developing ball skills.

Throw: 76 mph arm strength to home plate. Short arm action with a clean release. Ball comes out well. Mostly accurate thrower.

Defensive Projection: Corner Outfield.


Ran a 7.81 60-yard dash. In the outfield he plays under control to the baseball. Fields the ball on his glove foot side, showing adequate ball skills. Actions are fluid and mechanically sound. Threw to home plate with 71 mph arm strength.A right-handed hitter that starts in a taller setup. Loading sequence is fluid and efficient. A back leg hitter that takes an uphill path to the baseball. Strength and bat speed are both above average tools for class. Showed the ability to use both sides of the field with more authority to pull side. A type of bat that plays in a variety of roles inside a lineup. Recorded a top exit velocity of 76 mph.

Ran an 8.17 60-yard dash. A right-handed bat that starts in a balanced setup. Initiates loading sequence through a double tap timing trigger with his lower half. Hands move slightly back prior to launch. Bat travels on a downhill path to the baseball with some barrel whip in there. Does a nice job of creating early barrel acceleration and gets through contact well. Should see easy increases in pop as he matures physically. Registered a top exit velocity of 72 mph. In the outfield he looks smooth and athletic. Footwork is mechanically sound and he has feel for the position. Plays through the baseball with above average ball skills and maintains momentum into his throws. Threw with accuracy and 69 mph arm strength to home plate.

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