Coleton Graham
Coleton Graham
Coleton Graham
Coleton Graham

CLASS OF 2014

OF
LHP

Coleton
Graham

Hershey (HS) • PA
5-9 • 175LBS • S/L

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2014 National

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9/8/13 Graham is a switch hitting 5-foot-9, 175-pound OF that showcased similar techniques from both sides of the plate. He displayed the ability to barrel the baseball consistently from both sides of the plate in batting practice at Misericordia University. Graham also showed good routes to the baseball and an accurate arm from the outfield.
6/12/13 Graham is a switch hitting OF/LHP that shows similar abilities from both sides of the plate. The 5-foot-9, 175-pound prospect sat on his backside and utilizes a strong hip turn from both sides to create identical 83 mph bat exit velocities. Graham displayed straight line carry on throws of 76 mph and a fastball that sat 70-72 off the mound. He went 1-for-7 in game play during the course of two games.
2/23/13 Graham is a 5-foot-9, 175-pound prospect who shows potential to be a legitimate switch-hitter at the next level. He has an explosive lower half from both sides of the plate and shows the ability to consistently square the baseball with good pop from both sides. His bat exit velocity of 86 mph is generated in large part by his ability to stay behind the baseball. The left-handed thrower showcased a 75 mph arm from the outfield.
1/13/13 Graham is a left-handed thrower who showed athletic actions and the ability to play through the baseball on throws of 77 mph from the outfield. The 5-foot-9, 175-pound switch-hitter displayed one of the best bat exit velocities of the day at 85 mph. Graham showcased a short swing plane and solid mechanics from the right-hand side of the plate, consistently squaring the baseball. His left-handed swing is a bit longer but produces far more barrel whip and power potential to the pull side.
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