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Jun 10, 2006 - Jun 11, 2006   Navy
  4

USD - San Diego, CA
Marcos Reyna
RHP OF 6-0 180   R/R

FB
84
60
7.51
40
OF
IF
83
1B
C
Pop
Range
81-84
CB
67
SL
CH
Split
Knuckle
Exit Velo
Distance
Marcos Reyna is a 2008 RHP/OF with a 6'0'', 180 lb. frame from Delano, CA, who attends Delano HS. Athletic and angular frame with present strength. Reyna was one of the best under class prospects at the event. On the mound he throws from a high 3/4 arm slot with and explosive arm. It is long and loose with good arm speed, and he gets extension on his pitches. Reyna has confidence on the mound and goes after hitters with a bulldog approach. He gets running action on his fastball that topped out at 84 mph, and mixes in a sharp curveball at 67 mph. Great upside on the mound. At the plate he is a right handed hitter who hits from a straight away stance and gets up on the plate. Reyna has a quick bat through the zone and hits hard line drives with strength to all fields. Defensively he shows his arm strength with a quick release at shortstop. He is a versatile player who can play the infield and outfield. He is a player that needs to be followed.
PG Grade 8.0




Jan 28, 2006 - Jan 29, 2006   3-Maroon
  6

Arrowhead Credit Union Park - San Bernardino, CA
Marcos Reyna
RHP OF 5-11 171   R/R

FB
84
60
7.78
40
OF
IF
1B
C
Pop
Range
84
CB
66
SL
CH
Split
Knuckle
Exit Velo
Distance
Marcos Reyna is a 2008 P/INF/UTL from Delano HS, residing in Delano, CA, with a 5'11" 171 lb. frame. Reyna was named to the top prospect team at the California Underclass Showcase for what he showed on the mound as a young pitcher. He has a strong, average type baseball build that is likely to remain compact. On the mound he showed his most strongest ability to this point in his development. Reyna has a long arm stroke and an over the top slot. He has a fairly easy arm action and the ball comes out of his hand with little effort. Reyna uses a classic over the head, rhythm type wind-up, one rarely seen with today's cookie-cutter type deliveries. He showed an 81-84 mph FB and was able to get downhill through the zone with the FB. Whether intentional or not, he cut it at times, producing a FB that ran away from right handed hitters. Reyna also used a rolling 65-66 mph CB. With both of his pitches he got to decent extension at the finish. At the plate, Reyna, a right handed hitter, hit from with a slightly closed stance and his swing was on an upward plane. It was a sweeping type swing with a long. He displayed some balance and his barrel was long in zone, though he was also late to trigger his swing. Reyna will develop his potential as a hitter if he develops much better timing. Currently his power appears limited due to bat speed. He should be considered a follow prospect at the college level on the mound because there is some arm strength and a good arm action with little effort.
PG Grade 7.5