Quintin Smith
Quintin Smith
Quintin Smith
Quintin Smith

CLASS OF 2019

SS
2B

Quintin
Smith

Garrett JC
Morgantown (HS) • WV
5-10 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Appalachian Aces

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Hitting
21.5
Hand Speed (max)
5/22/22
64.7
Bat Speed (max)
5/22/22
17.6
Rot. Acc (max)
5/22/22
-
Hard Hit %
Power
80.6
Exit Velocity (max)
5/22/22
80
Exit Velocity (avg)
5/22/22
275
Distance (max)
5/22/22
57
Sweet Spot %
5/22/22
Run
7.6
60-yard
5/22/22
4.15
30-yd
5/22/22
1.78
10-yd
5/22/22
17.8
Run speed (max)
5/22/22
Defense
-
INF Velo
-
OF Velo
65
C Velo
5/22/22
2.30 - 2.48
Pop Time
5/22/22

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2018
60 Yard Dash
6.82
Infield Velocity
76.0
Power / Speed Score
13.0
West Virginia Fall College Prospect Showcase
Nov 18, 2018
Position
6.82
60-yard
76
INF Velo
89
Exit Velo

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11.18.18 - Smith played this fall for the Appalachian Aces and played well against college competition. Defensively, Smith displays confidence in his glove. Smith shows serious athleticism by running a 6.82 - sixty, second best at the event. A 76 mph infield velocity was recorded.
Offensively, Smith initiates his swing from a neutral, athletic position with his hands out and away from his body. Smith consistently found the barrel during his round of bp also registering 89 mph exit velocity off the tee, 3rd best at the event. Overall, Smith is a solid infielder that can hit at the top of a lineup at the next level and one of the best available in the state of West Virginia.
 
8/26/17 - 5-foot-9, 165-pound right-handed hitter initiated swing from a neutral set up with a lift-and-replace stride. Head is still and Smith was able to barrel multiple balls in batting practice. He recorded a bat exit velocity of 80 mph. Back elbow leak created some barrel drag. Separation was limited by passive weight shift and hip turn. Smith would benefit from closing back foot in set up as well as being more aggressive with his lower half while leaving hands back to achieve better separation.
Defensively, hands are adequate. Smith demonstrates commitment to working bottom up and out front. He shows good foot work and a clean transfer.

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