Connor Booth
Connor Booth
Connor Booth
Connor Booth
Connor Booth
Connor Booth
Connor Booth

CLASS OF 2022

C
OF

Connor
Booth

Oxford Area (HS) • PA
6-1 • 215LBS • R/R
Travel Team: PA Shockers
2022 National

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6/13/21

Physical: Lots of confidence in a thick, middle of the order build (6-1, 215lbs) that can do damage in all phases. 7.54 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH - Begins in a balanced, slightly open stance with low hands / rhythm present pre-swing. Utilized a controlled leg hang with impressive feel allowing timing to be crisp; found repeated barrels to the LCF gap and has swung it among the best in the state over the past year with a known extra-base hit profile in-game. Results carried over to gameplay where he handled good pitching with no issues flashing a multi-hit effort. Strong wrists and early connection in the box, matched pitch plane yielding a 95 mph peak bat-exit velocity per Trackman Baseball. Generated easy bat-speed (79 mph max) and found better success against higher velocity at the plate. 

Defensively: The backstop showcased a soft glove hand that worked effortlessly back up through the zone from a low position (RKD). Mixed traditional on pop times, ranging from 1.95-1.99 with pre-set footwork/rhythm at the catch. Quick transfers and powerful legs out of the crouch with repeatability in the actions. Not a lot going on and generated a strong armed finish that played through a short, high ¾ slot (77 mph, carry). Big frame that assisted blocking abilities, beat the ball to the spot with soft walls on each side of the plate.


3/06/21

Physical: 6’1 225lb C/OF ran 7.55 laser timed 60-yard dash. Strong frame has solid movements with room to improve quickness.

Offensively: He starts in a shoulder width stance with his hands rested comfortably near his rear shoulder. He uses fluid movements in his load as his hands pull back and his hips coil creating his timing mechanism. He delivers the barrel on a slight uphill path to the ball and shows the ability to stay long through the ball on his follow through.

Defensively: He receives from a new school, kick stand stance and works from the ground up when receiving. He transitions into a traditional squatted stance when it comes time to make throws to bases. His arms works loose and shows good rhythm on his glove to hand transfer.


8/18/20

Physical: 6-foot-1, 210 pounds; strong, sturdy frame. 7.75 runner in the 60.
Offensively: RHH. Even, wide & balanced stance; fluid load straight back of the hands with a toe tap stride. Strong lower half with moderate length swing with some good bat speed through the zone. Works through the middle of the field with some power to pull side; peak Trackman exit velocity of 95 MPH.
Defensively: Compact stance with glove foot forward; clean footwork, strong accurate throws to 2nd base, quick release. Quick transfer; short arm swing, standard 3/4 arm slot. 2.01-2.06 pop times. C - 77 MPH.

7/15/20

Physical: Large and solid 6-foot-1, 210-pound frame with advanced strength and feel for his body. 7.63 runner in the 60-yard dash. 
Offensively: RHH. Open, slightly wide stance with the hands starting with minor rhythm off of the shoulder. Utilized a controlled toe tap stride to initiate a fluid, slightly uphill barrel path into the hitting zone. Looks like a hitter with above average maturity at the plate, we saw him find plenty of hard barrels all summer and he continued the hot streak tallying a multitude of hits in game action. Adjustable lower half allows the hands to get on plane early and often playing through to extension. Worked gap to gap primarily during batting practice while recording a top bat-exit velocity of 93 mph according to Trackman Baseball / 361 foot maximum batted ball distance to LF. 

Defensively: The primary catcher featured advanced receiving skills with ability to get the lower half down under the low strike. Pop times ranged from 1.97-2.05 with short and powerful straight line footwork towards the target coupled with above average catch and throw skills. Quick and accurate, high ¾ slot with a medium arm circle. Beat the ball to the spot while blocking with the glove getting down in the first first, created downward chest angles deadening the baseball. C - 72 mph


6/15/20

Physical: Large and physical 6-foot-1, 210-pound frame with noticeable strength in all facets of the game. 7.64 runner in the 60-yard dash. 
Offensively: RHH. Slightly bent, even stance with slight back leaning in the weight distribution.  Hands start with rhythm at the shoulder line, barrel moves slightly downwards upon load coupled with a controlled toe tap stride for the timing mechanism. Generates fluid, but powerful swings in the box showcasing a quick time to contact and present pull-side juice while showcasing a slightly uphill barrel path through the point of contact. Consistently is on time at the front of the plate demonstrating extra base hit ability and multiple home runs during the batting practice session. Present strength in the lower half allowing for a 101 mph bat-exit velocity per Trackman.

Defensively: Displayed quality receiving skills with ability to lead a pitching staff in game. Communicates extremely well and registered pop times of 1.95-2.08 on the bag with quick transfers and a smooth exchange. Easy power out of the crouch creating above average straight line footwork towards the second base bag. C - 68 MPH.

2/29/20

Physical: 6-foot-1, 210-pounds. Strong, physical frame. 7.55 runner in the 60; 4.44 home-to-1B.
Offensively: RHH. Tall stance, slightly bent at the knees, body is square, uses lower half very well, small leg kick with a toe tap into load action Strong hands through the zone, power at the point of contact. Gap to gap power. 91 MPH raw exit velocity.
Defensively: 1.96-2.0 pop times. Balanced, compact setup behind the plate; clean with transfer and footwork. Quick release with easy carry, 3/4 arm slot. C - 76 MPH

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