Brody Wicker
Brody Wicker




Ponca City (HS) • OK
5-10 • 150LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Sandlot


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Positional Profile: 2B/RHP

Body: 5-foot-10, 150-pound frame with obvious room for growth.

Hit: RHH.  At the plate has a simple set up with a slightly open stance.  Easy stride and stays balanced with his weight.  Gets good separation with the hands and the lower half.  Hands are very loose.  Hand currently is good and bat speed and exit velocity will increase with added strength.  

Power: 78 mph exit velocity from the tee and 83 in BP. 

Arm: RH.  INF-73 mph.   High ¾ release that works across the body with a short whip action on the back end of release.

Defense: In the infield showed short shifting feet.  Has soft hands and plays low to the ground on ground balls.  Tends to field the ball deep into the body but the exchange is clean.  Did a good job mixing arm angles for different types of throws.

Run: 8.23 runner in the 60.


Delivery: Slow tempo delivery and repeats it well.  Leans forward on balance point and drives down the mound well.  Has an early break with the hands higher on the chest.

Arm Action: High ¾ arm slot with short arm action on the back end. 

FB: 75-77 mph, has some slight arm side run and gets good extension down the mound with release point.

CB: 60-63 mph, 11/5 shape with good downward bite at the end.  

CH: 66-67 mph, good fade action and showed solid command with the changeup.  


Demonstrated an ultra-lean 5-foot-5, 125-pound frame with obvious room to add strength as he matures. The right-handed hitter featured a balanced, open stance utilizing a lift-and-replace stride to initiate his swing. Displayed some fluidity in his hips while hitting into a stiff front-side upon contact. Generated a flat barrel path to the baseball yielding a 66 mph bat-exit velocity. The primary catcher showcased a soft glove hand upon receiving coupled with an accurate 59 mph arm-strength from the crouch out of a fluid, high ¾ arm-slot. Flashed adequate blocking skills with a feel for movement to both sides of the plate with comfortability during recovery. 

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