Hunter Goodman
Hunter Goodman

CLASS OF 2018

C
3B

Hunter
Goodman

Memphis
Arlington (HS) • TN
6-1 • 230LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Dulins Dodgers
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8/15/20

After an outstanding freshman year for the Tigers (.326/.367/.573 with 13 HR and 67 RBI) in 2019 where he played mostly outfield, Goodman suited up behind the dish in the Cape Cod League last summer. He continued to slug, posting a .276/.291/.494 slash with 10 doubles and eight HRs while leading the Cape with a 37 RBI in 43 games. Offensively, he loads into a slight arm bar creating leverage and plus-plus raw power to his pull side. He does not walk much; nine in 239 at-bats last spring, just three in 156 Cape at-bats, and five in 77 plate appearances during the 2020 spring. Moving forward, Goodman will need to improve his plan/pitch selection at the plate, but the power is real (eight HRs in 70 at-bats this past spring) and it’s something that is greatly valued in the draft, especially at his position. He’s also an RBI machine; 31 in 17 games last spring, including 24 in one weekend series where he also hit three Grand Slams and was named the AstroTurf/D1Baseball Player of the Week. Defensively, Goodman shows above average raw arm strength and fair receiving skills. His most accurate throws come with average arm strength and POP times just over 2.00. He frames the low pitch well, yet will need to improve his overall receiving skills, something that he is likely to do over the next several months at Memphis as he is a hard worker who possesses top-scale makeup. Overall, Goodman profiles as an offensive catcher in pro ball with a chance to become a better than average receiver with average blocking skills. He has all the tools and abilities to become a Day One selection in 2021.

9/10/17 - 6-1, 210-pound catcher.  Righty hits from an open, slightly crouched stance w/ back shoulder hand location and short bat waggle.  Leg kick w/ power load.  Consistent landing with leg kick, maintains balance.  Premium bat speed.  Elite level hitter w/ average and power potential.  Defensively, presents a good target.  Glove rest gets a little big.  Gets a little stabby as a receiver, but likely due to catching pitcher he is unfamiliar with.  Memphis commit.

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