Maryland Most Viewed Profiles of 2020: No. 2


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2020 will forever be know as one of the most unique times of our lives. Yet with all the change, there was still baseball played and players from around the country making the most of a situation and taking every opportunity to get out and be seen.

We highlight the most viewed profiles of the year. Just like it sounds, this countdown consists of the most clicked profiles of the year from January 1 to the start of our countdown.

Maryland Most Viewed Profiles of 2020

Lets take a look at our next profile

No. 2



Cameron Johnson

Class of 2023 / LHP

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2023
  • Primary Position: LHP
    Secondary Position: 1B
  • High School: Bishop McNamara
    State: MD
  • Summer Team: Mid-Atlantic Red Sox 17U
  • Height: 6-3
    Weight: 232lbs
  • Bat/Throw: L/L

Statistics

Pitching
84
Max FB
(01/25/20)
81 - 83
FB
(01/25/20)
64 - 67
CB
(01/25/20)
74 - 77
CH
(01/25/20)
Pitching
Max FB
84
FB
81 - 83
CB
64 - 67
CH
74 - 77
Position
82
INF Velo
(01/25/20)
81
Exit Velo
(01/25/20)
4.70
H-1st
(01/25/20)
Position
INF Velo
82
H-1st
4.7
Exit Velo
81

Scouting Report

1/25/20

 

Freshman Free Showcase

Positional Profile: LHP/1B
Body: 6’2’’, 204 pounds. Long, athletic, strong, highly projectable frame.
Hit: LHH. Balanced, athletic, slightly open stance. Quick back load, short stride and nice hand separation. Short to the ball with an uphill swing path, quick hands and quick bat speed through the zone. Strong lower half, excellent extension and rotation. Hard two handed finish. Swings with intent to do damage. Hammered several balls working mostly pull side during BP.
Power: 81 mph exit velocity from the tee. Plus power present to the pull side. 
Arm: LH. INF - 82 mph. Throws with short arm action from a mid three-quarter slot. Throws showed carry.
Defense: Fields the ball out in front from an athletic base. Works through the ball and keeps feet moving towards second on double play feeds. Clean actions and exchange from glove to hand. Slight glove tap to collect before throw. 
Run: 4.70 home-to-first time.
Delivery: Controlled side-step wind-up with a high leg kick into a tall, compact balance point. Smooth, long stride down the mound. Lands in-line to home plate. Good extension with a full follow through and athletic finish. 
Arm Action: LH. Throws with short arm action from a low three-quarter slot with easy effort. Ball explodes out of the hand. 
FB: T84 mph, 81-83 mph. Ton of arm-side run. 
CB: 64-67 mph. Tight spin with sharp 11/5 shape. 
CH: 74-77 mph.