Treyben Funderburg
Treyben Funderburg
Treyben Funderburg
Treyben Funderburg
Treyben Funderburg
Treyben Funderburg
Treyben Funderburg




Beavercreek (HS) • OH
5-11 • 155LBS • S/R


2017 National

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5-foot-11, 155-pound athletic frame. Funderburg, an Ohio University commit, is a jack of all trades on the field and it will be interesting to see how the Bobcats use him. On the mound he has a mid 80s fastball with a well above average breaking ball. Throws from multiple arm angles and has the ability to go subby. As a position player he has quick feet in the infield with adequate glove skills. Best fit looks to be at second base. A switch hitter that looks to be more advanced from the right side where he flashed a fast bat and consistently made hard contact. From the left side he is more of a contact guy, with a short compact swing. On the mound, he isn’t going to overwhelm hitters with velocity, but he throws multiple pitches disrupt timing. He sat 83-85 mph from a high ¾ slot. He also goes to a low ¾ to side arm slot with a fastball that runs at 79-81 mph. His curveball shows 11/5 break at 69-71 mph while his slider tends to stay on one plane at 71 mph. He mixes in a 75 mph changeup that shows some fade down in the zone.

60 Yard Dash: 7.28
INF Velocity: 86
Exit Velo (Wood Bat): R 83, L 79

5-foot-11, 150-pound athletic frame.An intriguing 2017 prospect on the mound. Throws from multiple arm slots in his delivery which creates a great deal of deceptiveness. Delivery shows some effort to it. Long loose back arm action. Fastball sat 81-86 mph showing some run when he drops down. Curveball sat 68-72 mph with sharp 10/4 break. Changeup sat 76 mph. A switch hitter that generates more energy and batspeed from the left side but is more efficient from the right. From the right side he uses a toe turn/bat tip for his load before taking a flat path to the ball. Was able to produce consistent line drives in batting practice with some pop off the bat. From the left side he uses a leg kick to start his lower half before a controlled stride forward. Hands stay simple before getting the bat through the zone on a level path. Struggles to produced backspin from the left side. Had a top exit velocity of 80 mph from the right side and 85 from the left. Ran a 6.94 60-yard dash. His best attribute in the infield is his impressive arm strength as he topped out at 87 mph across the diamond. Average hands at this stage. Feet move quickly but could be more efficient with his angles.

5-foot-11, 155-pound athletic frame with still some room to fill out. Switch hitter with similar approaches from both sides. From the right side he starts open and gets back to even. Uses a leg kick to load  with a flat swing that stays thru the hitting zone and 85 mph exit velocity. From the left side he has the same approach and same bat path with 80 mph exit velocity. Was 4.8 down the line from the left side. In the infield he shows good range and does a nice job fielding the ball out in front of his body. Clean exchange and throws from a high-3/4 slot with an impressive 87 mph velocity across the diamond. Behind the plate he shows quick footwork and quick transfer. Recorded one of the best pop times of the showcase ranging from 1.97-2.02 with 80 mph arm strength to second base. On the mound he has a slow tempo delivery with good direction at foot strike. Show different angles on his arm slot with fastball sitting anywhere from 80-85 mph with some deception. Spins two separate breaking balls.  His curveball has some depth with 11/5 tilt at 66-68 mph and drops down on his slider at 67-69 mph with tighter spin. Also, mixed in a changeup with good arm speed at 67 mph.


A talented two way prospect with a 5-foot-11, 155-pound build. On the mound he shows some rhythm in his delivery that requires a decent amount of effort. Lands online at foot strike and finishes square to the plate. Long back arm action into a high ¾ arm slot with quick arm speed. Also mixes in a drop down side arm delivery as well which adds to his potential deceptiveness on the mound. Fastball sat 84-86 mph from ¾ slot and 81-83 mph from the side arm slot. Curveball sat 67-70 mph from ¾ slot with 11/5 break. From side arm the breaking ball has more of a sweeping action at 67-68 mph. Changeup sat 66-70 mph with near fastball arm speed. In the infield Treyben once again showed athletic actions with confidence in his glove. Has good range and was able to remain athletic on the move. Through a high-¾ slot he threw across the diamond with impressive, 84 mph arm strength. From the right side of the plate he uses a toe turn load while starting with his bat vertical. He gets good use out of his lower half and showed some whip and batspeed through the zone. A switch hitter that had a more simple approach from the left side. He uses a rhythmic leg kick to initiate his lower half while keeping his hands simple. He takes a short, level path to the ball and was able to consistently find the barrel. He reached a top exit velocity of 86 mph from the right side and 78 mph from the left. Ran a 4.11 down the line.  
5-foot-11, 155-pound with a thin, athletic frame. Showed some effort to his delivery. Aggressive and quick to the plate. Throws from a high ¾ arm slot and a low ¾ arm slot. Fastball was mostly straight from the higher slot, but showed more velocity topping at 86 mph. From the lower slot, he sat 81-83 mph. Used multiple breaking balls, but needs to maintain arm speed as he has tendency to slow down with his breaking balls. Most effective was a 68-71 mph slider from the low ¾ slot. In the infield he showed off quick footwork with the ability to field the ball out in front. Goes to both his backhand and forehand with ease and has the ability to throw from different arm angles. Transfer is smooth and he threw across the diamond with impressive, 85 mph arm strength. A switch hitter that showed good rhythm from both sides. At this point he has a little more movement and pop from the right side with a more simple, shorter swing from the left. Exit velocity was 86 mph from the right side and 79 from the left. Ran a 7.12 60-yard dash.
athletically built at 5-foot-11, 155-pounds. A two way prospect that looks to have the ability to both at the next level. A switch-hitter that has a similar approach from both sides. Starts open and uses a fluid leg kick, hands back load. Has more pop from the right side but shows more rhythm and a flatter path from the left side. Exit velocity was 84 mph from the right and 83 mph from the left. Ran a 7.25 60-yard dash. At shortstop he showed soft hands and athletic actions. Has the athletic ability and arm strength to stay on left side at the next level but will need to quicken up his exchange. He was 85 mph across the diamond. On the mound the righty is as versatile as they come with the ability to throw from a high-3/4 slot and drop down to sidearm without little, if any loss of velocity. From his high-3/4 slot he showed a loose, compact delivery with good direction towards home plate. He uses his extremely sharp 11/5 curveball that breaks off the table late at 66-67 mph to compliment his 80-83 mph fastball. When dropping down he was able to stay in the low 80's with heavy run to his fastball and flashed a 68-70 mph slider that broke late across the plate. 


athletically built at 5-foot-11, 155-pounds. A switch-hitter, he uses the same rhythmic, knee pinch load from both sides of the plate. Showed more pop from the right side by using a bat tip to create more whip through the zone producing an exit velocity of 85 mph. Had a more consistent, productive batting practice from the left side with an exit velocity of 78 mph. In the field he showed very athletic actions and 85 mph arm strength across the diamond. Would like to see him field the ball more consistently on the left side of his body. Ran a 7.22 60 yard dash. From his natural ¾ slot, he sat 80-82 mph and flashed a very sharp, late 11/5 breaking curveball at 70-71 mph. Adding to his arsenal, he showed the ability to drop down to a side-arm delivery without losing velocity. When dropping down to side-arm Funderburg’s fastball had heavy run and his slider had late action.
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