The athlete's maximum throwing velocity from an outfield position in the given event year. Measured in miles per hour (MPH).
84.0
60 Yard Dash
The athlete's fastest 60-yard dash time in the given event year. Measured in seconds (s)
7.29
Infield Velocity
The athlete's maximum throwing velocity from an infield position in the given event year. Measured in miles per hour (MPH).
84.0
Power / Speed Score
A simple calculation that divides the athlete’s Exit Velocity Max by the athlete’s 60 Yard Dash time for the given event year. For example, 98 MPH / 7.00s = 14.00.
13.0
60 Yard Dash
The athlete's fastest 60-yard dash time in the given event year. Measured in seconds (s)
7.44
Infield Velocity
The athlete's maximum throwing velocity from an infield position in the given event year. Measured in miles per hour (MPH).
83.0
Power / Speed Score
A simple calculation that divides the athlete’s Exit Velocity Max by the athlete’s 60 Yard Dash time for the given event year. For example, 98 MPH / 7.00s = 14.00.
A fastball with hop has a flat approach angle and visually jumps through the zone. When thrown up in the zone, it is more likely to generate a higher swing and miss average. Hop+ of 100 is MLB average.
Fastball
Sink+
A fastball with sink has low backspin and drops through the strike zone. When thrown down in the zone, it is more likely to generate a higher ground ball percentage and lower launch angle. Sink+ of 100 is MLB average.
Fastball
Rise+
A fastball with rise has a high percentage of backspin. When thrown up in the zone, it is more likely to generate a higher fly ball percentage. Rise+ of 100 is MLB average
Fastball
Hop+
A fastball with hop has a flat approach angle and visually jumps through the zone. When thrown up in the zone, it is more likely to generate a higher swing and miss average. Hop+ of 100 is MLB average.
Fastball
Sink+
A fastball with sink has low backspin and drops through the strike zone. When thrown down in the zone, it is more likely to generate a higher ground ball percentage and lower launch angle. Sink+ of 100 is MLB average.
Fastball
Rise+
A fastball with rise has a high percentage of backspin. When thrown up in the zone, it is more likely to generate a higher fly ball percentage. Rise+ of 100 is MLB average
Fastball
Hop+
A fastball with hop has a flat approach angle and visually jumps through the zone. When thrown up in the zone, it is more likely to generate a higher swing and miss average. Hop+ of 100 is MLB average.
Fastball
Sink+
A fastball with sink has low backspin and drops through the strike zone. When thrown down in the zone, it is more likely to generate a higher ground ball percentage and lower launch angle. Sink+ of 100 is MLB average.
Fastball
Rise+
A fastball with rise has a high percentage of backspin. When thrown up in the zone, it is more likely to generate a higher fly ball percentage. Rise+ of 100 is MLB average
Slider
Hammer+
A hammer breaking ball drops vertically with velocity through the zone, or 12-to-6 movement. Hammer+ of 100 is MLB average.
Slider
Sweep+
A sweeping breaking ball moves horizontally with velocity through the zone. Sweep+ of 100 is MLB average.
The athlete's fastest 0-10-yard split time in the given event year. Measured in seconds.
1.76
30 Yard Dash
The athlete's fastest 0-30-yard split time in the given event year. Measured in seconds.
4.00
60 Yard Dash
The athlete's fastest 0-60-yard time in the given event year. Measured in seconds.
7.13
Top Speed (MPH)
The athlete's fastest split time converted to miles per hour.
RSi
The reactive strength index measurement of an athlete's explosiveness by comparing their jump height to the ground contact time in between their jumps. On a scale of 0-5.
Vertical Jump
A measure of any athlete's body strength and reach calculated from the flight time divided by the contact time.
The highest Edge Score within the given year. Edge Score is a comprehensive score that takes the core-six visual skills into account, providing an assessment of an athlete’s overall visual ability.
The maximum speed, in the direction of home plate, that the wrist is traveling. Measured in meters per second (m/s)
Arm Slot
Angle of the forearm relative to the ground between maximum external rotation (MER) and ball release (BR). Which can be a powerful player comparison metric, delivered in degrees.
Knee Extension Velo
The angular velocity of the front knee straightening after foot plant, which provides indicators of velocity potential. Measured in degrees per second.
Deception
The amount of time that the ball is visible to the hitter, after the instant of front foot strike. Measures in milliseconds.
Hip-Shoulder Separation
The difference in angle of between the hips and shoulders, occurring close to the foot plant. Measured in degrees.
Arm Speed
The maximum speed, in the direction of home plate, that the wrist is traveling. Measured in meters per second (m/s)
Arm Slot
Angle of the forearm relative to the ground between maximum external rotation (MER) and ball release (BR). Which can be a powerful player comparison metric, delivered in degrees.
Knee Extension Velo
The angular velocity of the front knee straightening after foot plant, which provides indicators of velocity potential. Measured in degrees per second.
Deception
The amount of time that the ball is visible to the hitter, after the instant of front foot strike. Measures in milliseconds.
Hip-Shoulder Separation
The difference in angle of between the hips and shoulders, occurring close to the foot plant. Measured in degrees.
6-foot-2, 170-pound athletic frame. Above average during batting practice, the right-handed hitter had an exit velocity of 95 mph. Starts in a tall quiet stance with a compact load, then uses a controlled stride. Bat speed is explosive, exhibits upward swing plane and good extension on his finish. In the round he found multiple barrels with tons of loud contact. Gap to gap approach. Projectable while in the infield, recorded position velocities up to 84 mph; showed soft hands, a quick exchange, and consistent feet. Laterally, movements were athletic and fielded the ball out front. Showed an-over-the-top slot and a loose arm action. Recorded a 60 time of 7.29 at the event. Advanced on the mound, showed quick arm speed with a very quick arm action and an over-the-top arm angle. Slow-tempo type pitcher and shows easy effort. Showed strong balance point. Sat with his fastball at 80-82 mph and topped out at 83 mph; had sinking action and arm side control. Showed plus action and command around the zone on his 11/5 curveball (69-70). Showed fading action and control low in the zone on his changeup (74-75). Sophomore that has definite two way potential now and in the future.
6/16/20
6-foot, 160-pound athletic frame. During batting practice, Hunters best exit velocity was 83 mph. Began in an athletic stance with a smooth load, then used a controlled stride just before his swing. Has above average bat speed. In the round he found multiple barrels with tons of loud contact. Up the middle approach. Smooth while in the infield, recorded position velocities up to 79 mph. Showed consistent accuracy. During the event, ran the 60-yard dash in 7.57. Fluid on the mound, has a ¾ angle. Used some effort in his delivery. Threw his fastball 80-81 mph with a max of 81 mph. Curveball (71-72 mph), changeup (75-76 mph).
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6-foot-2, 170-pound athletic frame. Above average during batting practice, the right-handed hitter had an exit velocity of 95 mph. Starts in a tall quiet stance with a compact load, then uses a controlled stride. Bat speed is explosive, exhibits upward swing plane and good extension on his finish. In the round he found multiple barrels with tons of loud contact. Gap to gap approach. Projectable while in the infield, recorded position velocities up to 84 mph; showed soft hands, a quick exchange, and consistent feet. Laterally, movements were athletic and fielded the ball out front. Showed an-over-the-top slot and a loose arm action. Recorded a 60 time of 7.29 at the event. Advanced on the mound, showed quick arm speed with a very quick arm action and an over-the-top arm angle. Slow-tempo type pitcher and shows easy effort. Showed strong balance point. Sat with his fastball at 80-82 mph and topped out at 83 mph; had sinking action and arm side control. Showed plus action and command around the zone on his 11/5 curveball (69-70). Showed fading action and control low in the zone on his changeup (74-75). Sophomore that has definite two way potential now and in the future.
6-foot, 160-pound athletic frame. During batting practice, Hunters best exit velocity was 83 mph. Began in an athletic stance with a smooth load, then used a controlled stride just before his swing. Has above average bat speed. In the round he found multiple barrels with tons of loud contact. Up the middle approach. Smooth while in the infield, recorded position velocities up to 79 mph. Showed consistent accuracy. During the event, ran the 60-yard dash in 7.57. Fluid on the mound, has a ¾ angle. Used some effort in his delivery. Threw his fastball 80-81 mph with a max of 81 mph. Curveball (71-72 mph), changeup (75-76 mph).