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Jul 10, 2006 - Jul 16, 2006   Orlando Scorpions 18U
  10

East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Cody Allen
RHP 6-1 195   R/R

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40
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1B
C
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90
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74
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84
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Jul 03, 2006 - Jul 09, 2006   Orlando Scorpions 17U
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East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Cody Allen
RHP 6-1 195   R/R

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40
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91
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89-91
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79
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79
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Jun 16, 2006 - Jun 18, 2006   6-Orange
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University of Arkansas - Fayetteville, AR
Cody Allen
RHP 6-1 195   R/R

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40
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92
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89-91
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77
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81
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Cody Allen is a 2007 right hand pitcher from Boone HS, residing in Orlando, FL. Allen has a broad, athletic build on his strong a 6'1" 195 lb. frame. His stuff doesn't just jump out as much as some others, partly because he lacks the raw power velocity with the fastball and he is a 6'1" righty, but his secondary stuff is very good, enough to be ranked #44 among PG National Top 85 pitchers. Allen pitches from a high 3/4 slot and has a loose arm (and loose wrist), with a short two piece action on the backside of his delivery. He has decent body control and is able to repeat his patient delivery, which is part of the reason his secondary stuff is so good. Allen's fastball sat in the 88-91 mph range (top 92) and he showed that he can ride it up and in on RH hitters. When his hand got more extension, there was some good sink on the fastball too. Allen was effectively wild with the fastball, yet another reason his secondary stuff is effective. His slider was 80-81 mph and his curveball 74-75, both with good spin and command. The curveball had hard rolling action and the slider has a chance to bite hard in the zone. Allen also showed feel of a usable change-up. As he continues to build lower body strength he should continue to gain some velocity on all his pitches, which clearly bodes well for his breaking stuff, which he already throws pretty hard. Though Allen is a primary pitcher, he did show some life in his swing during BP. He stayed in the middle of the field and his hands worked well, making solid barrel contact. Allen looks like a very good D1 prospect, the type of freshman arm that can contribute early on, possibly on the weekend. There may be some pro attention, but he likely would have to make a pretty big jump this spring.
PG Grade 10.0




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Jul 11, 2005 - Jul 17, 2005   Georgia Stars
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East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Cody Allen
RHP 6-1 195   R/R

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Jun 17, 2005 - Jun 19, 2005   6-Black
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Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
Cody Allen
RHP 6-1 190   R/R

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40
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91
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91
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71
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79
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Cody Allen is a 2007 right handed pitcher/outfielder from Orlando, FL with a good projectable body at 6-1, 190 lbs. He's a very good all around athlete who is a star football quarterback in addition to being a legit 2-way baseball prospect. We've always seen Allen as a primary pitcher. He has a clean, athletic delivery with a minimum effort arm action and very good arm speed. Allen's fastball topped out at 91 mph. His out pitch is a 79 mph slider that's very sharp and late with a deep sweeping bite to it. Allen's change up at 78 has the same type of quality as his slider and is a very good secondary pitch for him. Allen even threw a couple of 71 mph curveballs. His balanced, easy delivery enables him to throw consistent strikes with all his pitches. As a position player Allen profiles best to third base and we've seen him play that position very well defensively. His best tool is his power potential. The ball jumps off his bat with authority and Allen has an extended, lofted approach that's going to result in plenty of home runs. It's easy to forget he's only a junior with his mature body and approach to the game. Top Level follow.
PG Grade 10.0




Jun 13, 2005 - Jun 14, 2005   3-Red (Academic)
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5-Plex - Player Development Complex - Ft. Myers, FL
Cody Allen
RHP 6-1 190   R/R

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89
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90
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90
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69
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78
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79
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Allen is a 6-1, 190 athlete from Florida who is a top level prospect both as a right handed pitcher and as a third baseman. He is a member of the Class of 2007 who is also purportedly a top flight football quarterback prospect as well. Allen was invited to the Perfect Game National Showcase based on his performance as a RHP at the Academic and Sunshine East showcases. Allen throws from a very smooth, low effort delivery with a quick, loose arm stroke. If anything he could use his lower half some more but overall his mechanics are very solid and he showed he was able to throw strikes with all his pitches. Allen’s fastball was mostly 87-90 mph at the Academic Showcase with some running action on his 2-seamer. His best pitch was a very tight and sharp breaking 76-78 mph slider that overmatched hitters. Allen’s change up was a solid offering in the mid-70’s with nice movement. Allen even threw a soft curveball at 66-69 occasionally but this was more of a show pitch and his 4th best offering. With normal development Allen could be a top flight power pitcher in the future. Allen is also a top level college prospect as a third baseman and plays outfield as well. He has plus power at the plate and crushed some balls down in Fort Myers. He shows excellent instincts offensively and defensively and is just a top all around athlete.
PG Grade 10.0




Jun 12, 2004 - Jun 13, 2004   Maroon
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5-Plex - Player Development Complex - Ft. Myers, FL
Cody Allen
RHP 6-1 180   R/R

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86
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Cody Allen is a strong 2007 athlete from Orlando, FL. He has an excellent baseball body and plenty of projection to improve in the future. He threw three shutout innings at Sunshine East, touching 86 mph with his fastball, and striking out five. Allen’s arm is quick and loose and he gets very good extension out front. As good as Allen’s fastball is for a 2007 prospect, his curveball is better right now. It’s a hard, sharp breaker at 66-71 mph that has very good depth to it. Allen is also working on a 71-74 mph change up that’s not as advanced yet as his primary pitches. If he keeps developing, Allen has a chance to be one of the premier pitchers in the 2007 class. Helping his projection is that Allen is a very good athlete who would be a very good hitting/position prospect if he wasn’t a pitcher. He shows big power potential at the plate.
PG Grade 9.0