Matthew Stubblefield
Matthew Stubblefield
Matthew Stubblefield

CLASS OF 2018

RHP

Matthew
Stubblefield

Bearden (HS) • TN
5-11 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: eXposure

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2018 National

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9/4/16 - Max FB: 81, FB: 76-79, CB: 64-65, CH: 67,
5-foot-11, 170-pound, RHP uses a very slow and methodical motion to deliver pitches, consistently builds up to a quicker final movement toward the plate, leg lift only gets to around waist level and doesn’t built up too much momentum because of its slow tempo, strides in line and finishes in a balanced position most of the time, short arm action comes through a high ¾ release that can look a little stiff.  Fastball stayed mostly straight with occasionally very slight run, curveball had 11/5 shape and changeup showed fade down in the zone.

1/31/16 - Home-1st: 4.51, Position Velocity:  OF-80, Exit Velocity: 75
5-foot-11, 165-pound RHH showed much improved speed and arm strength from previous event. Hits from an open stance and squares up with a short stride, incorporating more consistent lower half use will benefit offensive game, average bat speed. Works through the ball aggressively with average actions, loose arm, high-3/4 release with solid arm strength. Stubblefield has made noticeable strides in his overall game.
Max FB: 77, FB: 75-77, CB: 64-68, CH: 67-69,
As a pitcher, uses shorter arm action and works through a high-3/4 slot, stays online with lower half, regular effort in delivery, fastball is thrown for strikes and is mostly straight, curveball was consistently around the strike zone with 11/5 action and some depth, stays behind  a very solid changeup well to produce good sink and fade, changeup is thrown with good arm action for consistent strikes.
1/17/15 - The 5 foot 11, 155-pound prospect showed has a lanky build and will continue to fill in his frame and get stronger, average athleticism, had an exit velocity  of 74 mph off the tee, ran a 4.9 home to first base time, had a balances setup at the plate, smooth back load, short stride, average balance and bat speed, fair approach, opposite field type hitter, offensive game will benefit with added strength. Position velocity from the outfield was 75 mph, arm is loose and should continue to develop arm strength, showed average footwork and a clean exchange.

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