Justin Hamm
Justin Hamm
Justin Hamm




Gannon University
North Allegheny (HS) • PA
5-10 • 150LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Steel City Select 16u


2018 National

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7/12/17 - Defensively, the athletic shortstop showcases above average footwork. Fields the ball cleanly while playing on the balls of his feet. Momentum stays towards first base. Funnels into his waist with soft hands. Showcases solid footwork on the backhand playing through the ball well. Releases the ball from a lower 3/4 slot with great arm speed. Very fundamentally sound middle infielder. A right-handed hitter that starts in a balanced setup. Barrel is loose and fluid prior to launch. Gets lower half involved through a controlled leg lift. A fluid swinger with impressive natural tools. Used both fields, showing gap to gap pop. Swings with intent. Has a three whole look to him.
60-yard dash: 7.05
Infield Velocity: 86
Exit Velocity:87
10/29/16 - 5-foot-10, 150-pound right-handed hitter who ran a 7.16 60-yard dash. Starts from an open stance and takes a knee-to-knee toe-tap to square with some top-half lean over home plate. Timed up BP well, flashing some bat speed (83 mph exit velocity) and generally using the middle of the field. Nothing flashy defensively, but did a nice job fielding the baseball out front and keeping his feet moving through his throw, while recording 79 mph arm strength.
9/10/16 - A bit undersized at 5-foot-10, 150-pounds, the junior showcased above average defensive abilities making a number of athletic plays during game action. Projects best a second baseman at this point with 7.34 60-yard dash and 79 mph arm strength, but active feet, and soft glove hand would easily work on the left side of the infield with strength gains moving forward. The right-handed hitter starts from a square stance and utilizes a toe-tap stride to initiate his swing. He displayed a good barrel control and a bat exit velocity of 79 mph while going 3-for-6 during game action. 
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