Colton Regen
Colton Regen
Colton Regen

CLASS OF 2021

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OF

Colton
Regen

Vanderbilt
Mount Juliet (HS) • TN
6-3 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Cross Hit Black

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10/04/19

6-foot-3 170-pounds. Lanky right handed arm. Straight OT arm action with good life on the FB. FB sits 84-87, topping out at 87 with 2100-2200 spin rate. Even though the arm angle is over the top there was still good mobility in the shoulder that produced a loose arm. Gets good extension with the tall frame, and has a strong finish. Struggled with SL command some, but the spin and action is there. There is more in the tank for sure.

9/10/19

Regen had solid outing at the TBCA showcase in June before receiving an invite to PBR Future Games. For Team Tennessee, Regen shined while tossing two scoreless innings (4 K | 0 H | 1 BB). The outing against Missouri earned him Team Tennessee Top Performer of the Day.  Fastball worked 85-88 and good command of 70-72 mini-hammer. Rose from 53 to 25 (+28).

7/31/19

Max FB: 88 FB: 85-88 CB: 70-72

The 6-foot-3, 170-pound tall lean right hander started Game 2 vs Missouri tossing two hitless innings.  Regen utilized mostly fastball-curveball combo to punch out 4 Missouri hitters and yielded only one base runner.  Fastball worked 85-88 (Max Spin: 2200 AVG: 2039) w/ good life and carry through the zone. The breaking ball was a 12/6 mini-hammer at 70-72 (Max Spin: 2127 AVG: 2049) that tunneled well off the fastball, freezing many hitters.  Previously mixed changeup in low-70s as well.  Pitched from quiet delivery w/ high 3/4 arm slot and good plane to the plate. His game 2 outing earned him Friday Top Performer for Team TN.  Profile projects as a high-rising 2021 prospect w/ great projectability and pitch repertoire 

10/14/18 - Max FB: 81, FB: 78-81, CB: 69-70 

6-foot-3, 155-pound, RHP showed off his super projectable frame and easy arm action to generate 3 swing and misses on 5 swings.  Prototypical pitcher frame, tall, athletic w/ long limbs, super projectable.  Has just scratched the surface of his frame potential.  Pitches from a full wind-up into H ¾ to OTT release from the first base side of the rubber.  Quiet, repeatable delivery w/ loose arm action.  Flashes downhill plane.  Learning how to utilize his lower half to consistently get his arm on time.  FB shows occasional short arm-side run.  Tight medium downer CB flashes proper rotation, late bite.  Was inconsistent finishing the pitch on this day.  Sprayed the zone, tools to control.

8/11/18 - Max FB: 83, FB: 81-83, CB: 67-70, CH: 72-75
6-foot-3, 155-pound, RHP shows intriguing combination of athleticism, frame projectability and arm speed.  Tall, athletic frame, long and lanky w/ a little lower half strength.  Super projectable, prototypical pitcher frame at this age, has not scratched the surface of his frame potential.  Pitches from a full wind-up into H ¾ release from the first base side of the rubber.  Repeatable delivery w/ some effort in the throw.  Quick arm.  Downhill plane.  Heavy FB w/ occasional short cut.  Medium downer CB w/ proper shape and rotation, flashes tightness.  Straight CH w/ arm-speed, occasional short fade and sink.  Thrower on this day, projects to throw strikes.

8/11/18 - 60 Time: 7.12, Position Velocity:  OF-85, Exit Velocity: 76
6-foot-3, 155-pound, RHH showed intriguing two-way potential.  Tall, athletic frame, long and lanky w/ a little lower half strength.  Super projectable, prototypical pitcher frame at this age, has not scratched the surface of his frame potential.  Offensively, hits w/ a slightly open, upright stance w/ hand rhythm into stride to square and proper load.  Occasionally gets too deep with his hands, near arm bar, and creates length.  Generates bat speed through the zone in a pull oriented swing.  Intriguing combination of athleticism and baseball ability in a tall frame.  Projectable pull power.  Defensively, moves well in the OF w/ easy arm strength, may end up projecting best on the mound.

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