Jake Egizio
Jake Egizio
Jake Egizio




Canon-McMillan (HS) • PA
6-2 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: US Elite Pennsylvania / Pittsburgh Game Changers


2023 National

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Physical: Twitchy, strong 6-foot-2, 175lb frame with more to dream on. 6.59 runner in the 60-yard dash, one of the top run tools at the event.

Offensively: RHH - Upright, narrow stance as the barrel rested calmly on the shoulder up/down. Utilized a short lift and replace stride on time with a stretched move backwards to create some separation on the attack. Launched through a flat path with plenty of adjustability, recording a 91 mph bat-exit velocity during his round. Increased physical stature since our last look with a doubles approach to pull. 

Defensively: The primary centerfielder displayed a fast first step in either direction with clean reads off the bat. Glides in space and arrived on time with good posture. Accurate 79 mph arm and showed a solid internal clock on the defensive side of the ball.


Physical: Lean, uber-athletic 6-foot-1, 160lb frame with top of the order qualities and projection left. 6.68 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH - Started from a crouched, balanced stance with the hands operating low at the shoulder with rhythm. Utilized a short toe tap stride getting to an athletic, adjustable position while launching through a flat path into the hitting zone. The barrel worked towards a high finish, creating lift on pitches out over the plate. Posted an 88 mph bat-exit velocity via Trackman Baseball while finding most success driving the ball to the LCF gap for extra-bases (305 foot batted ball distance / 40% line drive rate). Current doubles power with some twitch in the hands and ability to continue seeing measurables increase with additional strength on the build. 

Defensively: The primary outfielder is a centerfield candidate with bursty steps in either direction and ability to go get the baseball in the air. Had good/natural reads off the bat, working the chest downhill through the baseball at the fielding window. Accurate, soft glove hand funneling inward off the left foot and accurate high ¾ slot (76 mph arm).

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