Noah Miller
Noah Miller
Noah Miller
Noah Miller
Noah Miller
Noah Miller
Noah Miller
Noah Miller
Noah Miller




Ozaukee (HS) • WI
6-0 • 187LBS • S/R
Travel Team: Hitters U17


2021 National

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Alabama recruit. 6-foot, 187 pounds; lean athleticism with long levers, high-waisted build. Further room to add more strength to frame without sacrificing agility that he utilizes especially well on defense. Miller had a claim to be considered the top prospect in attendance entering the event, and he leaves with the notion intact. Started the day by running a 6.93 on soft, new turf; long, athletic strides, effort in gait. Switch-hitter with similar, fluid, repeatable swings from both sides; projects well from both batter’s boxes, natural barrel feel from the right and left. Generated a slightly higher exit speed from the right side, though creates a little more loft, naturally, from the left-handed box. Sprays line-drives to all fields effectively; max exit speed of 96.04 mph in batting practice. Blast Motion recorded his average bat speed at 71.47 mph. Defensively, showcased trademark body control while ranging to his backhand and forehand. Advanced hands/feet fluidity optimizes efficiency from funnel to transfer, and his release is consistently uber quick, with precision. Miller is among the top-ranked shortstops in the class, and arguably the best defender in the Midwest, which helps continue the trend of Wisconsin producing elite middle infield talent.


+ Miller's deft touch in the middle of the infield remains his standout tool – and a tool that could get him drafted. He's an excellent and true shortstop who glides to baseballs on either his left or right and he swiftly funnels them through his exchange and calmly, confidently throws firm strikes to the center of his first baseman's chest. With that being said, Miller's only added strength at the plate and it's positively affected his swings from both batter's boxes. He takes repeatable and similar hacks from both sides of the plate and he looks like he a true switch-hitter at the next level. This weekend, Miller added some more smart at-bats, demonstrating an innate feel for the strike zone, and he slugged a deep double to center field from the lefty box. He is increasingly looking like a pro prospect as the countdown to the 2021 draft is officially on.


Ranked No. 1 overall in the 2021 Wisconsin class, Miller brings tools, instincts and energy to the diamond. At 6-foot, 180 pounds there is room to add weight and strength to his medium frame. He’s a skilled athlete with polished actions and defensive dependability. He plays low to the ground with quick feet and soft hands. Miller took the smoothest infield of the day, showing off his above average arm strength (86 mph across the diamond) with a clean exchange and quick release, allowing it to play up. In the batter’s box the switch-hitter offers some pop from both sides of the plate with more bat speed and a level bat path from the right side compared to a little more length with bat tilt and lift from the left. Although the Alabama recruit did not test all that well with Blast analytics, he has an innate feel to put the bat on the ball and loose hands at the plate giving him potential for above-average power in the future. Miller also clocked in with a 6.87 laser-timed sixty.


Positional Profile: SS/2B Top prospect in Wisconsi's 2021 class, high follow draft prospect.
Body: 6-foot-0, 175-pounds. Lean athlete, projectable frame to fill out.
Hit: SH. Balanced setup from the right side, narrower stance with taller setup from the left side, stays quiet and simple pre pitch. Lifted stride, moderate length, on time and in rhythm from both sides. Right handed path gets slightly more lift, stronger from the right side, left side swing is short to the baseball, shows excellent feel for the barrel from both sides. High follow hitter.
Power: 89 mph exit velocity from the tee. Best exit velocities from the right side.
Arm: RH. INF - 89 mph. Plus arm, plays within actions and able to get to arm strength with accuracy and efficiently, carries well across the diamond, short loose action with ability to work from multiple slots.
Defense: Plus defender, soft hands with advanced actions, works through the baseball with tempo, cuts down angles and gains ground, premium defender.
Run: 7.18 runner in the 60. 


+ There are not too many infielders around the MIdwest and country steadier than SS Noah Miller (Ozaukee HS, WI). Miller, an athletically-built, switch-hitter committed to Alabama, made every routine play with ease and is fundamentally sound. Miller has plenty of arm strength for the left-side of the diamond but rarely finds himself needing to show it off due to his advanced internal clock and quick release. Miller consistently hits his target in the chest, maintains body control on the move and can throw from multiple slots.

Miller is as savvy as they come defensively, with a super quick gather, transfer, and release that’s always on target. He’s the top-ranked prospect in Wisconsin’s ‘21 class known for his defense, but the switch-hitter is a lead-off type with barrel feel on both sides of the plate. Miller’s a natural. 


Body: 5-foot-11, 165-pounds. Long projectable levers, lean build.
Positional Profile: SS Top ranked prospect in Wisconsin's 2021 class, Natural feel for the game with high ceiling.
Run: 7.33 runner in the 60. Continues to improve run times.
Hit: SH. Sets up similarly from both sides of the plate, slightly open, athletic and poised in the box, smooth loading action and excellent balance through contact. Easy swing from both sides, while showing equally impressive feel for the barrel, line drive gap to gap approach.
Power: 87 mph exit velocity from the tee. Slightly stringer contact from the right side.
Defense: Shortstop defender, showed ability to make all the necessary plays, feet work well through the baseball with advanced ball skills.
Arm: RH. INF - 83 mph. Arm plays up, carries easy and accurate, short over the top slot with athletic and quick releases.


11/5/18 - Verbally committed to Alabama.


9/16/18 - 5-foot-10, 160-pound shortstop, high wasited, lean frame. Plus potential defender, hands are soft with advanced actions and body control, smooth and confident on the infield, advanced IQ, showed ability to make all the non routine plays. Arm plays up, carries well across the diamond and accurate from all slots, showed arm strength and accuracy on backhand play in the six hole. Switch-hitter, looks natural from both sides, path is short and stays on top of the baseball. 4.51 run down the line on a fielder's choice.


7/23/18 - 5-foot-10, 160-pound, lean, athletic, switch-hitting infielder. High-level middle infield defender. Advanced actions, easy fluid footwork and range to both sides, maintains body control, soft, confident hands and quick, clean transfer. Short, loose arm action, can throw from multiple slots, accurate throws topped at 79 mph across the diamond. At the plate, handles the bat from both sides. Balanced, quiet setup, smooth load and short stride. Stays short to the ball, looks to control the barrel and sprayed line drives. 82 mph exit velocity from the right side and 84 mph from the left. 4.69 runner, down-the-line.


2/25/18 - 5-foot-9, 150-pound switch-hitting infielder, lean projectable frame, long legs. Hands play soft on the infield and work efficiently to release, transfers clean and quick. Feet play through the baseball and move athletically, 7.71 runner in the 60. Arm action is loose, athletic from multiple slots, with accuracy, 77 mph across. Balanced hitter from both sides of the plate, path is level, hands work. Line drive hitter, favors pull side contact right-handed, sprays more from the left side. 78 mph exit velocity from the left side, 72 mph exit velocity from the right side.


9/9/17 - Switch-hitting middle infielder, long legs, athletic shape. Defensively plays with advanced actions, soft hands and plays through the baseball. Easy athletic defender, good body control, arm plays athletically and on the move. Offensively takes a middle of the field approach from both sides, can handle the bat equally, bat control type hitter.

3/15/17 - 5-foot, 125-pound, lanky, athletic shortstop. Offensively, switch-hitter, balanced setup, short stride, fluid rhythm, maintains balance. Easy, simply swing, line drive hitter, drove it opposite field, level barrel path, gains extension, 78 mph exit velocity from right-side and 77 mph exit velocity from left-side. Defensively, short, loose arm action, arm slot varied between ¾ and low ¾, 72 mph across the infield. Fields athletically, out front and between legs, soft hands, gains ground, body control, clean exchange. Ran an 8.32 laser-timed 60.

3/15/16 - 5-foot-3, 105-pound left-handed hitting shortstop with an athletic frame. At the plate hits from a balanced setup with a smooth load, and short, leg kick stride. Line drive hitter with a short level swing path and fluid rhythm. 63 mph exit velocity from a tee. Ran the 60 at 8.57. Defensively has a short, loose arm action from a high ¾ arm slot. Accurate throws across the infield at 60 mph. Athletic actions, playing thru the ball with fluid footwork and soft hands. Showed good body control. On the mound works form a high ¾ arm angle with a short arm action. Tall and fall, online delivery with an athletic finish. Fastball sat 62-63 mph. Slider showed 11-5 shape at 54-58 mph for strikes. Changeup sat 58-61 mph for strikes.

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