2014 MLB Draft Profile: Scott Squier
from Don Olsen on 6/18/2013
Tall and narrow frame, little touch of overall development, comes across in the Chris Sale mold. Fastball 89- 92 (93) mph works with natural tail in the arm slot, shows some sink in the offering. Slider with more horizontal tilt than vertical and shows the bite that can induce swing/miss offering, grade at above average with some room to grow. Change up flashes, but needs to grow in order to round out into a solid three pitch mix. He throws mainly from a natural ¾ slot, but the arm leaks a fair amount of times into a sidearm slot angle might place into bullpen role, some teams do not see this as an issue into role. The FB/SL combo can ride hard on both sides that logical to fit into a back of the bullpen role, if the change up fails to develop.
- 2012 NECBL All-Star
- 2012 Named the #9 Prospect in the NECBL by Perfect Game
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