Owen Treece
Owen Treece
Owen Treece
Owen Treece
Owen Treece
Owen Treece

CLASS OF 2021

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C

Owen
Treece

Wittenberg University
Van Wert (HS) • OH
5-11 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Bo Jackson Elite 16U

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2/17/19

Body Type: 5-foot-11, 175 pounds. Athletic frame with room to fill in.
Swing Mechanics: Hits from a wider stance in the box producing a quick bat that has an uphill path. Barrel stays on plane with pitches long and well too.
Hit: Strong contact created overall sending baseballs all over the field. Very nice abilities swinging it.
Power: 80 mph exit velocity. Raw power shown in his rounds. More expected over next few years.
Offensive Projection: TBD for now.
Run: 7.42 seconds 60-yard.
Field: 2.03-2.16 second pop time. As a catcher he showed quickness in his transfer with playable footwork. Receives it well too. Intent can improve but plenty more to come from this young ‘21. Presented some athleticism in his actions while fielding it showing nice footwork in his lateral movement. Glovework showed nice ability as he comes through the ball well taking momentum in throws to first.
Throw: Arm strength and accurate from 78 mph across the diamond. 75 mph from behind the plate exhibiting arm strength.
Defensive Projection: Multiple positions - infield or catching.

Body Type: Athletic, projectable frame.
Mechanical/Delivery Notes: Fluid delivery that he can repeat without requiring much effort. Arm is clean and on time with above average speed for class.
Fastball: 77-80 mph. Ball comes out well/easy. Expect more mphs down the road.
Curveball: 59-63 mph. 11/5 shaped breaker with gradual action. Good feel for the offering that will need to tighten up as he matures.
Changeup: 75-76 mph. Maintains arm speed on the offering that has a fastball look out of the hand.
Pitchability: Mostly in the zone with all three.
Additional Comments: Like the arm talent, can easily see him being a mid 8s guy before it’s all said and done.

7/02/18

A righty siwnger that stars in a taller setup. Simple, fluid load into a back leg launch. Path is uphill with the ability to lift the baseball naturally. Has  a knack for squaring up the baseball, offering a balanced combination of strength and speed through the zone. Arm plays as a big tool behind the dish. Ball jumps out of his hand with a ton of carry to second base. Should see easy improvements in pop times as feet and transfer clean/speed up with maturity. Impressive catch and throw skills for class.

60-yard dash: 7.54
Pop Times: 2.09-2.23
Catcher Velocity: 79
Exit Velocity: 81

5/29/18

A right-handed bat that starts in a balanced setup. Hands stay simple during his short leg lift for timing. A physical bat with a nice, level path to the baseball. Generates present gap pop with signs of emerging power to come. Middle of the lineup potential. Also showed an above average skill set behind the dish. Athleticism shows out of the crouch with quick feet, gaining ground to second. Arm is a well above average tool back there as well. Really respectable pop times for class. Two-way prospect. Works with an uptempo pace on the mound to a delivery that requires some effort. Arm actions has  a little stiffness in the back before coming through a high-¾ slot. Fastball is true through the zone, sitting 75-76 mph. Go to secondary offering was the 11/5 shaped breaking ball. Spun it well, giving it slurvy action through the zone at 58-61 mph. Completing his arsenal is a playable changeup that has some fade to it.

Home to 1st: 4.72
Pop Times: 2.08-2.22
Catcher Velocity: 75
Exit Velocity: 81

7/05/17

5-foot-9, 170 pound frame. The right hander has a quick tempo to the plate. His delivery is fluent and clean. He throws from a higher ¾ arm angle finishing slightly tight. He keeps his body back and closed through release. The fastball stays downhill with little side to side movement. His curveball has great rotation on an 11-5 trajectory.A right-handed hitter that starts in a balanced setup. Loading sequence is simple and efficient. A back leg hitter that takes an uphill path to the baseball. Natural tools are well above average for class. Showed feel for the barrel and stays through contact well. Consistently produced line drives to the middle of the field. Middle of the lineup potential. Behind the plate he starts in a mid crouch. Footwork is mechanically clean with developing quickness. Exchange skills are adequate for his class. Arm action fits the position. Throws with accuracy. In the infield he plays with athleticism to his actions. Gets to the ball in a timely fashion, receiving the baseball in the middle of his body. Looks more athletic outside his funnel. Ball skills are developing.

Home-1st: 4.9
Pop Time: 2.24-2.37
Catcher Velocity: 70
Infield Velocity: 69
Exit Velocity: 80
FB: 74-77
CB: 59-62
CH: 70-71

6/28/17

A righty swinger that starts in a wider setup. Uses a short stride for timing. Hands move slightly back prior to swing decision. Path has some natural loft to it with above average bat speed. Strong kid with present gap pop. Has much more in there and would be aided by getting more out of his loading sequence. Natural tools point to him growing into a middle of the lineup bat. Starts in a mid crouch behind the plate. Does a nice job of gaining ground with his feet. Transfer skills are developing. Would see easy improvements in pop times by shortening arm action. In the infield he uses quick footwork and gets solid reactions off the bat. Glove works well inside his funnel. Ball skills are developing on the move. Arm action is shorter and he threw with accuracy. A two-way prospect. On the mound he throws with a quick rhythm to the plate. The right hander throws from a higher ¾ arm slot and keeps his body on a line to the plate. Arm action seems to be very natural although he finishes stiff. His fastball has some late life cut action. The secondary offerings are still developing. He throws a breaking ball with some bite and swing and miss ability on an 11-5 tilt.

FB: 73-76
CB: 57-58
60-yard Dash: 8.1
Infield Velocity: 71
Catcher Velocity: 69
Pop Times: 2.34-2.48
Exit Velocity: 78

3/19/17

On the mound, the right handed pitcher features some good arm strength as his quickness in arm speed is evident. Throws through a high ¾ slot with short, stiff arm action. Fastball ranges between 69-74 mph. Offers a good breaking ball at 56-57 mph; pitch displays good spin on a 10/4 plane. Also throws a 69-70 mph changeup. At the plate he starts in a balanced setup prior to his leg lift load. Hands stay simple prior to launch. A back leg hitter that takes an uphill path to the baseball. Would like to see him transfer more energy into contact to level out path and let his well above average natural tools show in his swing. Was at his best when he worked the middle to opposite field. In the infield he uses direct, quick footwork. Glove skills are average at this stage. Would be aided by creating angles in his pre fielding footwork.

60-yard dash: 7.88
Catcher Velocity: 70
Pop Times: 2.1-2.29
Infield Velocity: 66
Exit Velocity: 76

3/19/16

5-foot-6, 140-pound prospect. On the mound the righty uses an over the top slot that has his fastball working downhill 67-69 mph. Curveball has a 12/6 shape to it with some sharpness at 54-57 mph. Also flashed a changeup using fastball armspeed at 63-64 mph.  Top velocity of 66 mph from the crouch. Long footwork. Needs to shorten up and quicken his transfer/exchange. Pop times ranged between 2.47 to 2.60. In the infield, he uses long arm action. Reached a top velocity of 64 mph with accuracy to his throws. Showed some athleticism and range. Hands are average. Wide stance, low hands and makes solid contact. Consistent pull side hits.

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