Max Soliz Jr.
Max Soliz Jr.
Max Soliz Jr.
Max Soliz Jr.



Soliz Jr.

Bob Jones (HS) • AL
6-5 • 220LBS • R/R
Travel Team: 3N2 AR Sticks National


2021 National

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Soliz, Jr., an Arkansas signee, stood out immediately amongst his peers with a 6-foot-5, 220 pound frame. Ranked as the No. 4 player in the Class of 2021 in Alabama, Soliz, Jr. put on display his best tool at the Super 60, which was his bat. He was consistently on the barrel with 95+ mph exit velocities during his round. Using a violent, but controlled approach, he displayed strong, quick hands with excellent feel for driving the ball to the middle of the field, as well as to the pull side where many of his top exit velocities registered. His max distance, according to Trackman, was 368 ft with a max exit velocity of 102.13 mph. Behind the plate, Soliz, Jr. showcased above average feet with a strong arm on throws to 2nd base. Moves & blocks well for his size.

6/13/18 - Home-1st: 5.06, Pop Time: 2.04-2.15, Position Velocity:  C-72, Exit Velocity: 85
Arkansas commit.  6-foot-3, 200-pound, SHH shows serious power potential w/ a lot of frame development.  Tall, athletic frame w/ some present strength, super projectable.  Projects to be a monster in 4 years.  Offensively, hits w/ a straight on, narrow, very slightly crouched stance w/ hand rhythm into crouch, big stride and low hand load.  Generates premium bat speed through the zone w/ natural loft.  Scary bat speed when frame matures.  Learning to control body in swing but shows advanced control of his long-limbed frame through the zone.  Present power w/ projectable all fields power.  Chance to be a really special bat.  Projectable below average runner.  Defensively, takes some time to get into position and ends up setting up with his body right down the middle.  Can present a target for his pitchers to throw to, ideally just under the knee of hitters.  Shows tools to receive w/ strong hands, some ideas of how to pitch frame.  Learning how to box the baseball and keep his chest up to keep it in front of him.  As a thrower, shows solid release w/ projectable carry to target arm strength.  Developing footwork, but tools to be an average catcher.

01.13.18 Soliz has a strong frame at 6-foot-3, 195-pounds. The right-handed hitter starts from a neutral stance with his hands set back into a front arm bar. Lowers himself into his legs as he triggers his hands down before striding forward. Simple, balanced weight transfer, uphill path with natural, raw strength in his hands. Hits the ball with leverage and makes strong contact to the pull side with an exit velocity of 85 mph. Behind the plate he uses directional footwork, soft hands, and a quick exchange to post pop times of 2.05-2.19 with a velocity from the crouch of 76 mph.

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