Justice Bigbie

CLASS OF 2017

1B
SS

Justice
Bigbie

Western Carolina
Grassfield (HS) • VA
6-2 • 190LBS • R/R

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2021 DRAFT Tigers ROUND 19
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3.24.16:  Bigbie is a lanky catcher with an athletic lower half. Defensively he is a good receiver with a short, high three-quarters arm slot that is loose. He has average arm strength with a quick release. At the plate, Bigbie hits from the right side, is short to the ball with good bat speed and balance. He worked gap to gap and has gap power with the potential for more, registering an exit velocity of 90 on a single to right center.

6.24.15 Hit from a balanced/athletic stance that was tall.  Smooth load back.  Slight toe tap with a short stride.  Maintains balance throughout the swing and had a very good lower half.  Took a very good approach during the round and showed a fluid rhythm.  Bat path was level and had extension.  Had a line drive stroke that was gap-to-gap with power potential.  Possessed excellent bat speed with an exit velocity of 90 mph. Behind the plate, throws from a high 3/4 arm slot with a short arm action.  Throws were accurate and had some carry and had a positional velocity of 73 mph.  Showed the ability to have very quick hands on exchanges.  Footwork would be better with some anticipation.  Would also increase positional velocity.  Was athletic behind the plate.  Blocked well.  Showed the ability to move laterally.  Pop times were 2.08-2.29.

6.1.15:  Bigbie is a catcher who receives the ball well.  He has soft hands when receiving high velocity high school arms.  He was good on balls in the dirt.  He had in game pop times of 2.2 and 2.18.  Offensively he hits out of a slightly crouched stance with high hands and elbow.  He had an in-game line drive single on an 88 mph pitched that was on the inside part of the plate, showing quick hands on a tough pitch.

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