Nick Dunn
Nick Dunn
Nick Dunn
Nick Dunn

CLASS OF 2015

2B
C

Nick
Dunn

Maryland
Shikellamy (HS) • PA
5-10 • 180LBS • S/R

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2015 National

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2018
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2018 DRAFT Cardinals ROUND 5
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Dunn is a 5-foot-10, 170-pound C/SS who attends Shikellamy HS. He was selected to the 2012 Heartland Conference Division I 2nd Team. He finished the 2013 season with a .544 average and was selected the Heartland Conference Division I Player of the Year.
2/16/14 Dunn was one of the most impressive prospects in attendance over the two day event. The switch-hitting junior glides to the baseball a bit from the right side of the plate but still exhibited strong barrel whip and some power potential. From the left side, the 5-foot-10, 170-pound prospect shows good rhythm and the ability to drive the baseball to all fields. Dunn, a primary middle infielder, registered a 4.06 home-to-1B time and showcased pop times of 1.93-2.00 on throws of 80 mph from the crouch.
6/12/13 Dunn is a 5-foot-9, 155-pound prospect that showed a great deal of promise. The left-handed hitter showed quick hands, a short stroke and the ability to use all fields in a strong round of batting practice. He showed good feet, a fluid transfer and good carry on throws of 79 mph during defensive evaluations. Dunn went 3-for-6 in game play including an inside-the-park homerun to right center field that allowed him to show his advanced foot speed.

3.24.18 -5'10/175, L/R, Junior. Hits from a taller, slightly open set up with high hands. Sinks into his lower half in load. Shorter, direct path at the plate. Barrel stays in zone, showed pop this season with six home runs so far on the year. Put one of the better swings on Logan Gilbert on the day in his first at-bat, a loud out to center field. Consistent ability to get barrel (only 8 K in 80+ at-bats) on ball with gap pop. Smart at the plate, knows what he wants. Projects as a potential offensive utility player who could hit his way higher.

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