Alexandra Nelson

Sioux Falls, SD
WT:140 LBS
Arm:54 MPH
08/17/2014College PREP - Sioux Falls, SD Play in this window
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Alexandra Nelson Sioux Falls, SD 855-822-5115
Grad Year:2017Height:5'9Weight: 140 LBS
Primary Pos:RHP Secondary Pos:Bats:RightThrows: Right
High School:O'Gorman High School Summer Team:Sioux Falls Smash
Exit Velo n/a Hand Size n/a Barrel Accuracy n/a Broad Jump n/a
Grip Strength Left:   0 Right:   0   5-10-5 Shuttle Left:   0 Right:   0  
RUNNING Home to 1B:    4.46 THROWING Velocity:   54  
PITCHING Control:   45 Delivery:   45 Arm Action:    45
  FB MPH-Range:54 - 56  
  CR MPH-Range: 53 - 54 Comment:  not much movement
  CH MPH-Range:34 - 35 Comment:  need to use corners
  RS MPH-Range:51 - 52 Comment:  jumped at times
RH HITTINGHitting:   45 Power:   45  
OVERALL Position Projection: RHP Evaluations Are Reviewed By CJ Browder
08/17/2014 - College PREP - Sioux Falls, SD Alexandra is a talented RHP with a well balanced skill set. On the mound, her arm action, control, and delivery make her a force to be reckoned with offensively. Working on leg drive and individual pitch spins / snaps to improve accuracy, velocity, and movement. Overall, Alexandra has a confident approach in the circle. At the plate, she uses a square set up with a back load and long stride and keeps her balance centered before producing contact to the pull side. She shows good power and will benefit from a controlled approach to improve power on contact, ultimately allowing her to access the entire field effectively. Overall, Alexandra has a good frame for the position and solid athletic ability to help aid in her continued development as a player.
08/18/2013 - College PREP - Sioux Falls, SD Alex is a developing athlete with potential. As a RHP, she has a basic fundamental skill set that is consistent. Focusing on leg drive, arm action, and building upon your current pitching arsenal will increase velocity and movement. As a hitter, she stays inside the ball well producing consistent line drive contact. Focusing on a stride and load, driving the hands through the zone, utilizing the lower half, and keeping your head on contact will increase power and efficiency. A strength and conditioning program will also increase overall speed, agility, power, body awareness, and coordination. With implementation of the above recommendations, Alex will be on track for seeking collegiate attention.