Noah Dreier
Noah Dreier
Noah Dreier




Brookfield Central (HS) • WI
5-10 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: GRB


2023 National

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Positional Profile: SS/RHP
Body: 5-10, 150-pounds. Lean, wiry frame with athleticism.
Delivery: Smooth drop/drive type delivery, athletic at balance point, rides off back hip downhill, high front side, stays in line to target with an athletic finish through release. Confident composure throughout his ‘pen.
Arm Action: RH. Short and quick arm path, loose high 3/4 slot.
FB: T81, 78-80 mph. Comes out clean with some jump, pounds knees down in the zone for strikes.
CB: 65-69 mph. 11/5 shape, occasionally sharp but works behind at times. Thrown with fastball intent.
SL: 69-71 mph. Similar actions to curveball, thrown harder with more intent. Still completely harnessing feel to spin, consistently sharper than curveball.
CH: 74-76 mph. Near fastball arm speed, plays straight towards the middle of the zone. 

Hit: RHH. Tall/balanced setup, hands set high. Subtle load back, trunk closes, stays coiled in stride. Weight works off back foot at plant. Bat path is short to the zone, works off an uphill plane through it.
Power: 86 mph exit velocity from the tee.
Arm: RH. INF - 80 mph. Short, loose throws; quick arm, athletic slot. Arm strength projects.
Defense: Confident approach; athletic feet, fluid to gather. Hands are soft and quick, clean transfers. Moves around the infield with a bounce, above-average range to both sides.
Run: 7.57 runner in the 60. 


A right-handed-hitting shortstop who’s shown well the past two tournaments we’ve seen him, in multiple ways. He’s a smooth defender with above-average actions and feel for an up-the-middle infield position, and he just has a natural feel for the barrel. Dreier tallied another five hits at Badger State. On Friday, he also came in for the team to lock down the save; in two innings, he struck out three, walked one. He was sitting 79-80 mph, touching 81, mixing in a change-of-pace breaking ball at 64-66.


Right-handed-hitting shortstop. Batted second in the lineup for Brew State Baseball Academy on Friday against MVP Elite. Dreier went 2-for-4 at the plate with a single and a double. He has a tall, narrow stance accompanied by a smooth load and a level swing. Dreier showed above-average actions at shortstop this weekend, ranging well side to side with slick hands that played well on the move. He and the aforementioned Grennier comfortably handled the up-the-middle defense this weekend and the two worked well in tandem.

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