Brett Reedy ‘19 Recruiting Profile

  • Enfield High School
  • Baseball
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Brett Reedy's Baseball Recruiting Profile
Dream Bat Bombers
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Home to 1st
Exit Velocity
60 Yard Dash
Top Infield Velocity

Personal Statement

University of New Haven Commit 

Central Connecticut Conference All Conference Team 2018
High School Team Captain 2018

**Exit Velocity-85 (PBR), 60 Yard Dash- 6.9 (UCONN Prospect Camp & Clark University Prospect Camp) 7.17 (CCSU Prospect Camp)

5-10-5 Shuttle-4.5 (Under Armour), 79 MPH Throw Velocity (Umass Boston Prospect Camp)

7/18/17  **Comments_PBR SCOUTS**

5-foot-11, 155-pound, average athletic frame, shoulders are sloped, neck is long, has plenty of room to fill out and add mass and weight. One of the better infielders at this event. The defensive side to his game is advanced. The prep steps and approach into the baseball are advanced and smooth. The feet and hands are smooth and work real well together. The hands are soft, fields baseball out front, transfer is crisp and clean, the feet continue to move throughout after release of baseball. The arm action is clean, works out of a ¾ slot, with touch and feel with all throws. The arm was clocked at 72 mph, probably better suited for the second base side. The double feeds and turns were fine from both sides. Offensively, hits from the right side, approach is simple and balanced. The feet are even, slightly wider than shoulder width, hands are loose at shoulder height, bat starting in a flat position. The swing is down to level to up, is flat through the zone and keeps the barrel in the zone a long time. The approach is more middle to opposite, distributing one line drive after another, during game play made hard contact all day. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 84 mph, with the time down the line good at 4.44, runs well, showed a good athletic kick. Solid follow, solid game awareness and competes at very high level.

Home- First: 4.44

Exit Velocity: 84 mph

11/6/2016    **Under Armour National Selection Scout Rich Gaynor**

Brett is a talented 2019 2B who will only improve as he continues to develop as an athlete.  Brett’s quickness, especially laterally, is a big plus at 2B.  He attacks the ball defensively, has good quick arm action and a clean exchange.  At the plate Brett is a solid contact hitter.  He showed great balance in the box, nice rhythm in his mechanics, and hits up the middle.We look forward to working with Brett to polish his game further this winter.

12/4/16  **Comments_PBR SCOUTS**

5-foot-9, 150-pound, average athletic frame, hands and wrists have strength, quickness to them, the neck is long and shoulders are sloped, shows to have plenty of room for future development. A right-handed hitting infielder that can play on both sides of the field. At the plate, the stance is even and wider than shoulder height. The hands are set higher than shoulder height. The lower half is under control, uses a controlled stride, the swing is level to up, finishes it off with a two handed follow through. The tee exit velocity was 85 mph, has life and whip with the barrel out front. The approach is more of a line drive approach, went from gap to gap, as he gets stronger will have plenty of power to the alleys. The sixty yard dash was clocked at 7.40. Defensively, the prep steps are good, gets around the baseball, works from the ground up. Fields the baseball out front, could field it more on the inside left foot at times, but his actions and flow are very good for his age. The arm was clocked at 71 mph across the diamond. The turns and feeds were good, more of a natural second baseman, with the ability to swing the stick, projects outs as an offensive second baseman, high follow for me.


Had a really good workout at New Haven, very good looking prospect, specifically with the bat. Tee exit velocity of 79 mph. The hands are extremely fast and direct to the ball. The hands stay inside the ball and he uses the whole field, advanced approach. The set up is even with his feet, slightly open with the front foot, which closes down as the ball approaches. There is a small lean of the body to the ball as the ball approaches, which could be minimized as he gets stronger. Ran a 4..49 down the line on his dig. Defensively, showed a solid glove and an average arm in the infield, threw 72 mph across the diamond. Seems to be more suited for second base. Good looking prospect.


Club Information

  • Seasons of Club Experience:
  • 4 seasons
  • 2018 Dream Bat Bombers (18u)
  • 2017 Royals Baseball Select (16U Travel)
  • 2016 Team CT Baseball (14u American )
  • 2015 Team CT Baseball (13U)

Coach References

  • Travel / Club Coach
  • Jordan English
  • High School Head Coach
  • Jay Gaucher
  • Club Coach
  • Tim Mayo



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High School Information

High School:
Enfield High School
(860) 253-5540

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Statistic 2017 Royals Bas
Avg. .455
GP/GS 19
AB 55
R 19
H 25
2B 6
3B 6
RBI 21
SLG% .782
BB 7
SO 4.545
OB% 1.327
Team Record 12-7


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