Spencer Stanton
Spencer Stanton
Spencer Stanton
Spencer Stanton
Spencer Stanton




Massillon Jackson (HS) • OH
6-3 • 215LBS • L/L


2019 National

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A guy to expect a monster season from is Spencer Stanton out of Jackson HS. The Toledo commit has add a ton of strength to frame, looking the part of a guy who has committed to play linebacker for the Rockets at 6-3, 220-pounds. The added strength has translated to the plate where he drove the ball with authority all over the field. Stanton has always show advanced bat to ball abilities and now looks to have added substantial power to his game. Also showed two-way capabilities with a solid performance on the mound as well.

2/10/19 Pitching
6-foot-3 220-pound left-hander with a physical presence. Stanton showed some rhythm working through a drop and drive type delivery. The fastball works out of a ¾ slot at 81-83 mph, the pitch works downhill with regular cutting action. Showed the ability to work the fastball to both sides of the plate. At 70-72 mph the breaking ball slots with the fastball and shows sharp 1/7 action. Pitch should generate some swing and misses. Also flashed a 71-72 mph changeup. The pitch is thrown with near fastball arm speed and shows slight cutting action. Overall solid showing for Stanton who showed the ability to command the zone with all three of his offerings.


6-foot-3, 210-pound. Far from an unknown name as he was a member of last year’s Team Ohio group in the PBR Future Games. Stanton showed much of the same skill set offensively we’ve seen prior but with added physicality to frame. One of the top in game hitters in his class, Stanton knows the strike zone and has an advanced approach up there. Will take what the pitch gives him and more often than not finds the barrel when he pulls the trigger. BP was the loudest we’ve seen from him thus far and it’s just a matter of time before power shows in game. D1 prospect. Left-handed pitching prospect with a strong build. Use a compact delivery with a tall and fall type lower half that requires regular effort. Shows quickness to the arm working out of a three-quarter slot finishing slightly across his body. Fastball works downhill with slight cut in action at 81 to 84 mph. Best secondary offering is a 1 to 7 curveball that flashes sharpness at times at 67 to 69 mph. Also offers a 72 to 73 mph change up with late fade. Hit tool is still ahead of ability on the mound but it is something colleges will likely take a look at.
60-yard dash: 6.92
Infield Velocity: 78
Outfield Velocity: 82
Exit Velocity: 83


6.19.18 - Uncommitted. Barrel-chested with a durable, 6-foot-3, 215-pound frame, Stanton hammered a couple baseballs each time peeked over to watch him hit. Athletic at the plate (he’s a 6.92-runner), especially given his size, Stanton uses a flat path through the zone with the barrel to impact the ball, and drive it to all fields. Also a left-handed pitcher, schools looking for some left-handed pop, and a potential two-way player might want to take a look at him this summer.

The smooth swinging lefty had a solid performance in BP. An upper half dominate hitter who has a ton of feel for the barrel. Natural tools are above average and his long levers allow him to do damage when he gets extended. Has the look of a high average guy who has potential to grow into some power. Worked out in the outfield and at first base. Has the functional athleticism and ball skills to be an adequate defender at first base or the corner outfield.

A two-way prospect in the 2019 class. A left-handed hitter that starts in at tall setup. Uses a controlled stride for timing. Hands stay loose and fluid prior to launch. Natural tools are obvious. Barrel whips through the zone on a level to uphill path. Swing has natural loft to it that plays well to his pull side. Consistently produced towering fly balls to pull side in batting practice, showing the ability to leave the park. Ideal frame for the first base position. Moves off the bag with athleticism. Glove skills are above average for the position. A very good athlete that has a quick first step. Brings an athletic presence to the mound. Delivery is fluid and requires some effort. Arm works well through a high-¾ slot, with above average arm speed. Mechanically efficient and the ball comes out of his hand well. More velocity to come. Currently sits 77-80 mph with the fastball. Works off the pitch and consistently challenges hitters with it. His go to secondary offering is his 2/8 shaped breaking ball. Puts good spin on the offering that has sharpness to it at 60-64 mph.
Home to First: 4.44
Infield Velocity: 74
Exit Velocity: 87

6-foot, 158-pound thin, projectable body frame. From first base he moves well around the bag, with athletic footwork and moves well laterally off of the bag. He fields with his hands out in front of his body and throws with a clean arm action coming from a ¾ slot using 69 mph velocity. Left-handed hitter starts from a balanced stance and uses a very short stride before he swings. He uses simple, repeatable mechanics, with a slight hands back load. He swings with a level bat path through the zone and finishes with a two-handed follow through. Reached a top exit velocity of 72 mph and ran a 4.71 out of the batter’s box to first base. On the mound he doesn’t use much effort in his delivery. He lands in a straight line at foot strike, with his momentum finishing in a straight line towards home plate. He throws with a clean arm action, using average arm speed, coming from a ¾ slot. His fastball showed cutting action at times between 71-74 mph. Curveball had big, slurvy break at 60-62 mph. He threw a changeup showing some tailing movement, using fastball arm speed at 64-65 mph. 
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