Nicholas Remy
Nicholas Remy
Nicholas Remy
Nicholas Remy
Nicholas Remy
Nicholas Remy
Nicholas Remy
Nicholas Remy
Nicholas Remy
Nicholas Remy
Nicholas Remy

CLASS OF 2021

RHP
1B

Nicholas
Remy

Maryland, Baltimore County
The Winchendon School (HS) • MA
6-4 • 182LBS • R/R
Travel Team: 17U NE Runbirds

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2/16/21

PROCASE 2021

6-foot-4, 180-pound right-handed pitcher. The fastball was up to 93 mph with arm side run to it. The spin pitch was solid and had good velocity to it as well, sitting 79-83 mph. The changeup was 85-87 mph and is a tick too hard. The delivery has been revamped as he eliminated the forward lean and got into his hips at the top of his lift. The direction of the top half is online and the head movement is gone. He has done a great job establishing his direction as well. He has turned himself into a major prospect. 

3/05/19

6-foot-4, 175-pound right-handed pitcher. Best outing for Nick that we have seen, fastball up to 89 mph, sink and run at times. The slider is 76-77 mph, small is shape at times. The breaking ball is 71-74 mph, plus depth to the pitch. The changeup is too hard, 80-81 mph. The delivery has minimal crossfire to it, and the slot is loose above ¾. There is forward lean as he makes his way into lift, front side is pulled off target. The arm works very quick and clean. The direction can stay online longer to improve extension and control. Trending up with his stuff. 

2/10/19

6-foot-4, 170-pound right-handed pitcher. The development on the mound continues to trend up. The arm is quick and loose. The delivery has some effort to it. The feet are online and the slot is slightly above 3/4. The tracking of the front shoulder can improve and he can stay closed longer to foot strike. There is a small amount of forward lean in the delivery. The lift is repeated and solid in tempo. Good sound arm swing. The fastball was up to 85 mph and showed arm side run. The breaking ball is solid in shape, sitting 70-72 mph. Also showed a slider at 75-77 mph, solid in shape. The changeup is improved, fade and sink at 77-78, just a tick too hard.   Trending upward in his development.

10/20/18

6-foot-4, 160-pound right-handed pitcher. Threw the ball very well at the event, the best I have seen him thus far. The fastball touched 84 mph, arm side run and sink to the pitch. The spin pitch is advancing nicely, slurvy in shape, sitting at 70-73 mph. The changeup is a developing pitch, sitting at 75 mph, fade and sink at times. The delivery is online with the feet, slightly above 3/4 in slot. The lift is quick in tempo and repeated. The glove comes across the hitters face, causing deception to the pitch. Additional weight gain and strengthening of the frame are imperative. Sky is the limit if he adds the frame.

8/01/18

6-foot-4, 160-pound right-handed pitcher. Trending up as he is coming off a nice summer campaign. The arm is quick, loose and free. The frame projects to add weight and strength to it. The delivery is quick in tempo, small head movement and a repeatable delivery. The slot is above ¾ and the feet have a little crossfire to them. The lift has a small coil at the top, forward lean as he goes into leg lift. The fastball has arm side run, sat at 81 mph. The spin pitch, is good in shape, sat at 69-71 mph. The changeup is coming along nicely, there is fade and action to the pitch. The velocity of the changeup is 73-74 mph. The frame projects and the arm is quick, great deal to like.

6/05/18

6-foot-4, 160-pound right-handed pitcher. Continues to develop nicely, as the arm is whippy and clean. The delivery has some effort to it, but he continues to bounce in stuff. The fastball was up to 83 mph, small amount of arm side run to the pitch. Shows a short slider, bit wide and slurvy but the velocity is trending up on the pitch, sat at 72-73. The changeup is a work in progress, sitting at 77 mph. The delivery is online with his feet and the lift is athletic. Post foot needs to be stabilized as he has forward lean as he gets into foot strike.  Good looking frame, which weight can be added to it. Good looking younger arm.

2/11/18

6-foot-3, 155-pound right-handed pitcher who is trending in the right direction. On the mound, the fastball touched 80 mph, out of a loose and slightly above ¾ arm slot. The breaking ball was up to 75 mph at the event as it is small in spin. The changeup sat at 74 mph. The delivery is online with his feet, slight forward lean as he lifts. The tracking of the front shoulder needs to stay online with the catcher until foot strike. The frame projects and the arm is quick and long. Solid prospect who should develop nicely with physical strength.

12/10/17

6-foot-3, 150-pound right-handed pitcher. The frame is long and lanky, making one believe there is more to come for this young right-hander on the mound. The fastball currently sits at 80 mph with arm side run to it. The plane is downhill as he pitches out of a higher than ¾ slot. The spin pitch is a slider, sat at 72 mph. The pitch has the makings of being a very good one. The changeup is 73-74 mph and is still a work in progress. The delivery is online with his feet, a good amount of forward lean as he makes his way into foot strike. The lift is repeated and he does pull the front side ( glove) down in a hard action. Interesting follow for colleges as he does project well.

9/17/17

6-foot-2, 145-pound right-handed pitcher and right-handed hitting infielder. On the mound, the fastball touched 76 mph with arm side run and a downhill plane. The spin pitch is a version of a slider and should be good down the road, touched 69 mph. The changeup is a work in progress, touching 72 mph. The delivery has crossfire to it and comes at the hitter out of a plus ¾ slot. The arm is long and loose. The lift is athletic, small forward lean as he gets into the lift. The glove comes across the hitters face as he gets into foot strike. I like the potential on the mound. Defensively, threw 68 mph across the diamond from third base. The glove is solid, and the prep steps need to be smoothed out. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 79 mph. Starts with the feet wide and a high back elbow. There is a small pick up and put down of the front foot as the ball approaches. The hands work and the swing is adjustable. The frame needs added weight and strength Ran a 4.8 down the line on his dig to first base. Prospect on the mound.

Tee Exit Velocity- 79 mph
INF Velocity- 68 mph

8/02/17

6-foot-2, 145-pound right-handed hitting corner infielder and pitcher. On the mound, the fastball touched 76 mph with a downhill plane to it. The spin pitch has a chance to be real good, sits 66-67 now but the shape is appropriate. Pitches out of a plus ¾ slot, the frame is wiry and the arm works freely. Slight forward lean as he makes his way into foot strike. He has a minimal head lean as he gets off his tracking to the plate. Finishes well at release. Defensively, threw 71 mph across the infield with accuracy. The footwork to and through the ball need to improve as he matures. Ran a 4.9 down the line on his dig to first base. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 81 mph. The set up is wide with the feet. The bat path is out and around to get to contact, he needs initiate a better path to contact. Physical strength will aid development as he matures. I like on the mound.

Tee Exit Velocity- 81 mph
INF Velocity - 71 mph

3/18/17

6-foot-2, 140-pound right-handed pitcher and outfielder. On the mound, the fastball touched 74 mph with arm side run. The breaking ball is big, sitting at 62 mph. The changeup is a work in progress, sitting at 64. The slot is slightly above ¾. The direction to the plate needs to be linear as he lets his arm get away from him. Lessening the pull of the glove will help his slot and lessen the head movement. The frame is projectable. In the outfield, threw 72 mph. The footwork to and through the ball needs to be smoothed out. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 74 mph. Sets up with his feet wide and the hands get down and through the ball. The leverage at the plate is good. Has a slight forward lean as the ball approaches. Hands work freely.

Tee Exit Velo -74 mph
OF Velo- 72 mph

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