Connor Wollersheim




Kent State
Appleton North (HS) • WI
6-2 • 170LBS • L/L


2015 National

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6/9/15 - Kent State commit. Left-handed pitcher, frame has filled out more to an average build, still has length. Delivery is athletic, slide step from the stretch, good tempo on the mound, fast pace. Arm action is clean and easy. Effortless. Fastball sat 85-87 mph entire outing, continued to hit 87 in the fifth, has arm side run and the ability to command it. Curveball is a plus potential pitch, 74-76 mph, throws with confidence and feel, ability to throw in any count. Could be a draft follow in college.

4/28/15 - Kent State commit, Long lanky, 6-foot-2, 170-pound left-handed pitcher, projectable frame. Great body language and a quite confidence out on the mound. Coming off of Tommy John surgery, first spring season back from surgery, worked off of a pitch count. Comes at hitters from an over the top delivery, slower leg lift, mechanics early in his delivery are very repeatable and consistent, good finish. Attacked hitters with his fastball and used his breaking ball to keep them honest and prevent them from sitting dead red. At times fastball showed good late life jumping out of his hand topping at 87-88mph, sat 84-86. Above average breaking ball with late bite, good deception, came out of same window as fastball, 75-77 mph. Currently ranked No. 6 in Wisconsin, No. 250 overall.

7/29/14 - Verbally committed to Kent State.

6/19/14 - 6-foot-1, 170-pound left handed pitcher. Effortless delivery with feel and command of three pitches. Fastball is sneaky quick at 83 mph with late life in the zone. Curveball has sharp bite and 12/6 tendencies.Change up has advanced action, thrown with fastball arm speed and command. Wollersheim’s loose arm action and long thin frame make him extremely coveted at the next level.

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