Blake McQuain
Blake McQuain
Blake McQuain




Redlands CC
Dale (HS) • OK
5-11 • 164LBS • L/R


2018 National

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A 5-foot-10, 155-pound frame with some room to add strength.  Pitches from an average-tempo delivery, well repeated. Arm circle is short with a quick change of direction in the back. Fastball shows late arm-side run, 79-81 mph, well commanded. Cutter is thrown with full arm speed and has some late life, 73-75 mph. Slider shows 10/4 shape, 66-69 mph. Curveball rolls with 12/6 shape, 66-68 mph. Splitter has downward action, 67-68 mph. Offensively, a left-handed hitter, middle-opposite field, line drive approach. Hits from a slightly back leg heavy set up, uses a smooth load, small leg kick for timing, some length in the swing, high finish, found some barrels, produces a 78 mph exit velo. Defensively, shows some athleticism, fields the ball deep at times, throws from a high-3/4 slot, 76 mph across the diamond, accurate. 

 A 5-foot-10, 155-pound lean frame with wiry strength and room to add size. Offensively, the left-handed hitter bats from a quiet, balanced, and athletic stance with slight rhythm throughout. Uses a slight hanging leg kick with a moderate stride, flat path through extension with some bat speed. In BP, shows a mostly flat, opposite field approach with some ground balls to the pull side, mostly barrels, 87 mph exit velo. Runs a 7.0 60. Defensively, shows average hands and feet, gets rid of the ball quickly from a 3/4 slot, 76 mph, some accuracy. In the game, went 2-for-3 with two singles.

A 5-foot-11, 164-pound frame with wiry strength and plenty of room to add more. Offensively, the left-handed hitter bats from a wide, upright, quiet, and relaxed set-up. Uses a short load and small leg kick for timing, bat path is smooth with some length on a slightly uphill path. In BP, shows a consistent pull approach with lift, mostly barrels, some pop and carry, solid round. Exit velo of 87 mph. Runs a 7.00 60. Defensively, moves well laterally with above average feet and hands, could be a valuable utility type infielder at the next level. Throws well from multiple slots with accuracy, 81 mph across the infield. In the game, showed patients at the plate drawing a walk, and put the ball in play firmly twice. 

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