Nick HIlbert
Nick HIlbert
Nick HIlbert

CLASS OF 2023

3B
RHP

Nick
HIlbert

Canon McMillan (HS) • PA
6-3 • 195LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Pittsburgh GameChangers/US Elite Team PA

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2023 National

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7/14/21

Physical: 6-foot-3, 195 pounds; Muscular, full build. 7.64 runner in the 60.

Offensively: RHH. Open setup, with feet just outside his shoulders; bat positioned at a 45 degree angle. Short take back with the hands with an up and down stride for timing. Stays behind the ball while showing an average effort from the legs. Showed a slight lift to the ball with a late one hand finish.  More line drives than flyballs and groundballs with a peak exit velocity of 94 MPH via Trackman.

Defensively: Starts with a low to the ground setup; static during pre-pitch while plays low to the ground. Hands are out in front with a seamless transfer. Short take back  from a standard 3/4 arm slot.   INF - 81 MPH. 

6/15/21

Physical: Projectable, durable 6-foot-3, 195lb frame with strength carried all over. 7.45 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH - Wide, even stance at a low postured attack with a slight bend into the backside knee. Utilized a lift and replace stride outwards towards the pitcher allowing for a flat path into the hitting zone, staying on plane for a long time through impact. Posted a T94 mph bat-exit velocity with a well timed, explosive rotation that produced good rotational scores via Blast Motion and found success driving the ball on a line to both gaps. Posted an impressive 77% line drive rate during his batting practice round en route to a 67% hard hit rate, pointing towards middle of the order consideration at the next level. 

Defensively: The primary third baseman featured a low, wide base at the fielding window with some comfortability moving to the glove hand side. Soft hands that operated loosely out in front of the middle of his body, scooping inward and exchanging with an accurate release from H ¾ (80 mph arm). Able to stay low on double play feeds and stay connected on the run.


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