Marcus Ernst
Marcus Ernst
Marcus Ernst
Marcus Ernst
Marcus Ernst
Marcus Ernst
Marcus Ernst




Ohio State
Dublin Coffman (HS) • OH
6-0 • 175LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Bo Jackson Baseball


2018 National

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2018 IF/RHP Marcus Ernst (Dublin Coffman HS) finds his name on the top performers list for the second consecutive year at this event. The Ohio State recruit looks athletic and comfortable in the box. He made it look easy in BP, staying balanced throughout his swing while smacking rising line drives all over the field. He looks to have added strength as the ball comes off his bat better than it ever has without adding effort to his stroke. A three-sport standout at Dublin Coffman who is a name to look to follow for the Buckeyes when he becomes baseball specific.

60-yard Dash: 7.0

Infield Velocity: DNP

Exit Velocity: 93

6-foot-0, 175-pound athletic build. Ernst, a member of Ohio State’s 2018 recruiting class, is a smooth swinger that is very polished at the plate. The Dublin Coffman product has a series of well timed movements to generate energy into contact. He showed excellent feel for the barrel, getting on plane early and making hard contact to both sides of the field. Looked much improved in the infield with fluid actions and solid glove skills. Projects as a second baseman at the next level.

60 Yard Dash: 7.18
IF Velocity: 80
Exit Velo (Wood Bat): 90

One of the top two-way guys in his class with a 6-foot, 175-pound athletic frame. Showed off a very smooth swing from the left-side. Is able to creates excellent energy into contact through a rhythmic leg kick load and aggressive stride forward. Starts with his hands low and uses a barrel tip to remain fluid during his stride. Bat showed definite quickness while getting through the zone on a level path. Produced consistently line drives in batting practice with the ability to create backspin. Swing translated into game action as he recorded four hits on the day, three of which were extra base hits. Likely projects as a second baseman. Shows above average range and athleticism in his actions. Top velocity of 78 mph from lower slot with long arm action. Advanced pitchability for his age with feel for all three of his pitches. Isn’t going to over power hitters as his fastball was 81-83 mph but has the ability to work both sides of the plate and change eye levels. Curveball has late, sharp action with an 11/5 shape at 65-68 mph. His changeup is his best offspeed pitch as he is comfortable throwing it in any count. The pitch has good fade to it at 70-73 mph.

6-foot, 170-pound prospect with an athletic frame. Three sport athlete and legitimate two-way prospect. Quick tempo to his delivery. Throws from a ¾ slot with obvious quickness in his arm. Velocity has jumped since the summer. Fastball showed good arm side run at 81-82 mph while breaking ball showed tight 11/5 break at 70-72 mph and changeup is sold with good arm action at 73-74 mph. Also impressed as a position player and showed why he is considered one of the top left-handed bats in the 2018 class. Starts in an athletic, slightly open stance and has excellent rhythm to his load. Uses a leg kick to gather his weight and keeps his hands in a strong position during his aggressive stride forward. Does a good job of transferring energy into contact as he takes a flat path to the ball. Consistently squared balls up during batting practice and showed the ability to create backspin on his line drives. Showed off his strength and batspeed by registering an exit velocity of 92 mph. In the infield he has athletic actions and confidence in his glove. Was able to remain athletic as he ranged to his forehand and backhand. Through a ¾ slot he displayed 76 mph arm strength across the infield. Ran a 7.18 60-yard dash.


6-foot, 165-pound athletic possible two-way prospect. Left-handed hitter with athletic stance. Has quick hands and transfers his weight on his front foot. Flat swing with a high finish and 82 mph exit velocity and was 4.4 home to first. In the infield he tends to field the ball into his body with a clean transfer and 76 mph arm strength across the diamond. On the mound the righty has a real feel to pitch. Shows regular effort in his delivery and tends to be closed at foot strike. Throws from a high-3/4 slot with his fastball sitting 77-80 mph with arm side run and command to his glove side. Spins a breaking ball at 64-66 mph with late 11/5 tilt and good feel of it. Showcased a changeup at 70-72 mph with good arm side run and some sink to it.

5-foot-11, 155-pound thinner, athletic build, with room still left to fill out with and project. From the infield he uses good footwork to approach ground balls, playing through the baseball. He fields with softer hands out in front of his body and throws with a clean, short arm action coming from a ¾ slot, using 75 mph velocity. Left-handed hitter starts from a slightly open stance, getting himself squared back up to even. He uses a long stride and loads with his hands moving slightly back towards his shoulder. Swings with a slight upward bat path through the zone and did a nice job spraying the baseball all around the field during his round of batting practice. In the games portion of the event he hit three singles and again used all parts of the field. Reached a top exit velocity of 83 mph and ran a 4.51 out of the batter’s box to first base. He has a very mature mound presence with good demeanor. He has a quick rhythm and tempo to his delivery in which he uses easy effort. He lands closed at foot strike and throws across his body. Uses a three-pitch mix, with his fastball showing occasional arm-side run to it at 74-77 mph. Has a tendency to slow down his arm just a little bit when he throws his curveball, but the pitch has good depth with 11/5 tilt at 61-64 mph. He throws his changeup with fastball arm speed between 67-68 mph.  

Young 5-foot-10, 150-pound thin body frame with room to fill out. Infielder, stops his feet with ground balls hit at him, can benefit by being more aggressive playing through the baseball. He throws from a ¾ slot using 71 mph arm strength. Left-handed hitter has a tendency to jump out on front foot, uses a long stride, line drive type production. Reached a top exit velocity of 79 mph and ran a 4.7 down the line. On the mound, he has good rhythm and tempo to his windup, throws across his body. Strike thrower. Uses average armspeed through ¾ slot. His fastball was at 74 mph. Curveball showed gradual downward break at 61-63 mph. His changeup was thrown using fastball armspeed at 63-65 mph. 
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