Gage Bradley
Gage Bradley




Rossview (HS) • TN
6-2 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Evoshield Canes
2020 National

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Bradley, a Vanderbilt recruit, worked 90-93 early, settling in at 88-92. The ball jumps out of his hand and has late life. His curveball was 71-74 with 11/5 shape and hard bite while his changeup was 80-82 with some arm-side action. Bradley leaned heavily on the fastball and his command drifted in and out, as he was effectively wild. The arm is quick, long and loose out of a 3/4 slot. In three innings, he allowed a run on a hit and four walks while striking out six. He also hit two no-doubt home runs, one to right-center field against Ahearn and one to his pull side against a reliever later in the game.

1/16/17 - Max FB: 87, FB: 85-87, CB: 72-74, CH: 81-82,
6-foot-1, 155-pound, RHP put together the most impressive performance of the event on the mound, a long and athletic build allows him to move freely on the mound with controlled rhythm and tempo, a high leg lift gets him loaded at the top with some slight shoulder tilt, strides in line with some good engagement from his lower half, really gets down the mound with a long and loose arm action through a high ¾ slot, quick arm allows the ball to jump out of his hand, finishes balanced with a back leg swing.  Fastball was heavy through the zone with some zip, curveball was exceptional with some sharp 11/5 shape, changeup showed run and was thrown for strikes.  Bradley is one of the top prospects in the 2020 class.

1/16/17 - 60 Time: 7.16, Position Velocity:  OF-85, Exit Velocity: 87
6-foot-1, 155-pound, RHH hits from a wide and athletic stance with even alignment and some higher initial hand positioning, uses a smooth but short stride and a subtle movement back with his hands to get loaded, lower half is able to generate some good separation while staying strong and balanced throughout his swing, bat path comes into the zone a little steep but is able to flatten out through contact and really drive through the ball with some strength, gap pop was impressive during BP.  Defensively, showed above-average hands and footwork in the outfield, made an effort to play through the ball, exchange was efficient but could be rushed, arm action is long and loose through a high ¾ slot and produced firm throws with carry. Big time 2-way prospect in the 2020 class.

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