Ethan Hudson

CLASS OF 2022

RHP
3B

Ethan
Hudson

Glen Allen (HS) • VA
6-3 • 200LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Mid-Atlantic Orioles 2022
2022 National

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2022 State

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Statistics

Pitching
89
Max FB
(04/25/21)
84 - 86
FB
(04/25/21)
71 - 73
CB
(04/25/21)
79 - 80
CH
(04/25/21)
Pitching
Max FB
85
FB
81 - 85
CB
66 - 69
CH
73 - 76
Pitching
Max FB
89
FB
84 - 86
CB
71 - 73
CH
79 - 80
Pitching
Max FB
85
FB
81 - 85
CB
70 - 71
CH
71 - 72
Position
85
OF Velo
(10/30/20)
89
Exit Velo
(10/30/20)
4.77
H-1st
(10/30/20)
Position
OF Velo
85
Exit Velo
89
H-1st
4.77

Comments

6/01/21

VA/DC Scout Blog

We saw Hudson a few weeks ago at Hermitage and broke some things down in a previous scout blog , but wanted to touch on the three innings that I saw him throw on Tuesday night at Tucker. The starter profile still fits. The velo was similar, maybe a touch down, from when I saw him a few weeks back. Comes out in the first and is 83-85, working both sides of the plate, and used the breaking ball a little more frequently in the first than the previous outing. In the second he went back to the fastball a little bit more. The third it was a pretty typical mix and used the breaking ball occasionally when in plus counts. The thing that continues to stand out about Hudson is that while the velo was down 1-2 mph, he could find it whenever he wanted. There were three occasions where he got to two strike counts and wanted to end the at bat and/or inning and grabbed a few extra mph on the fastball without any extra visible effort. Ended the first with a 86 mph fastball and the second with a 87 mph fastball. 

4/30/21

VA/DC Scout Blog

6-foot-3 with square shoulders and projection left to the frame. It is an easy effort delivery with starter potential long term. The arm circle is loose and clean on the backside before showing a quick three-quarter arm to release. Hudson showed three pitches on the night and dominated mostly with the fastball-curveball combination, but did show feel for a 80 mph changeup. The fastball was easy out of the hand. He started off sitting 84-86 mph in the first and held his velo throughout, even creeping a few 87-88's in there and one 89 mph fastball. The fastball showed some flashes of command to the glove side and hard boring action to the arm side and was especially effective versus right handed hitters. The breaking ball had hard depth and occasionally varied shapes. Showed a couple of breaking balls that were more 11/5 shape to a few left handed hitters and showed a hard 12/6 breaker to most right handed hitters, especially the top half of the order. Hudson threw five immaculate innings, only throwing seventy pitches and striking out thirteen along the way. With the fastball velocities staying ability, the frame, the way the arm works, and a breaking ball that separates him from many other arms that are uncommitted in the 2022 class and maybe across the state in general. Hudson is going to be a highly coveted arm in the very near future if he can continue to produce outings like he did on Friday night. 

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