Jace Burke
Jace Burke
Jace Burke
Jace Burke
Jace Burke




Walsh Jesuit (HS) • OH
6-2 • 183LBS • R/R


2017 National

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6-foot-1, 185-pound tall lanky prospect on the mound. Shows a max effort delivery toward the plate with good tempo. Lands on line at foot strike, falls off toward first base. Throws from an over the top arm slot with quick arm speed. Fastball sat 81-84 mph on a downward plane. Curveball sat 68-71 mph with some sharpness with a 12/6 shape.

6-foot-1, 180-pound thin, wiry build. From the infield he uses good footwork to approach ground balls, fielding through the baseball. He fields with his hands out in front of his body, nicely and funnels them into his body. He throws with a clean, short arm action coming from a ¾ slot, using 78 mph velocity. Right-handed hitter starts from an open stance, getting himself being squared back up to even before he swings. Uses a fluid, hands back load. He swing with a flat bat path through the zone and finishes with a one-handed follow through. Showed good line drive production during his round of batting practice. He registered a top exit velocity of 85 mph and ran a 4.65 out of the batter’s box to first base. On the mound he throws using regular effort to his delivery, landing in a straight line at foot strike. He throws using quicker arm speed through a ¾ slot with his fastball sitting between 82-84 mph. His curveball showed occasional signs of being sharp with 11/5 tilt at 73-75 mph. Also threw a knuckleball with tumble between 68-72 mph.

6-foot-1, 180-pound athletic build. Has a chance to be a two way guy at the right level. In the infield he show good range and a clean exchange. Soft hands at third base with 78 mph arm strength across the diamond. Right-handed hitter that starts open and gets to even. Good load with his hands and a flat path that stays in the hitting zone. Registered top exit velocity of 86 mph and ran a 7.62-60. Very projectable on the mound with a slow tempo, compact delivery with minimal effort. Throws from a high-3/4 slot with fastball sitting 81-84 mph. Spins a good breaking ball at 72-74 mph with depth and 11/5 tilt. He uses a knuckleball as his changeup with good life and tumbling action.
6-foot-1, 175-pound athletic body framed two-way player. Infielder throws with a short arm coming from a ¾ slot reaching a top velocity of 76 mph. Shows pretty good footwork playing through the baseball. Right-handed hitter starts with an open set up getting back to even, uses a hands back trigger getting to an arm bar. Also has an inward turn with his front foot as a timing mechanism. Line drive type production reached a top exit velocity of 78 mph. From home to first he ran a 4.90. On the mound he uses average arm speed coming from an upper ¾ slot. Has a wrist wrap in back of arm circle. His fastball was between 79-81 mph. Curveball was a little inconsistent as far as break goes but showed an 11/5 plane at 69-70 mph. Had a tendency to be up with his fastball on this occasion. 
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