Bailey Davis

Loogootee, IN
WT:140 LBS
Arm:56 MPH
06/19/2014College PREP - Bloomington (Indianapolis), IN Play in this window
06/20/2013College PREP - Bloomington (Indianapolis), IN Play in this window
Bailey Davis Loogootee, IN 855-822-5115
Grad Year:2016Height:5'6''Weight: 140 LBS
Primary Pos:SS Secondary Pos:RHPBats:RightThrows: Right
High School:Loogootee Jr. Sr. High Summer Team:Diamondbacks/Greene Co., IN.
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:    3.52 THROWING Velocity:   56 Arm Strength:   42
INFIELD Fielding:   42
PITCHING Control:   0 Delivery:   0 Arm Action:    0
RH HITTINGHitting:   40 Power:   40  
OVERALL Position Projection: SS
06/19/2014 - College PREP - Bloomington (Indianapolis), IN Bailey continues to finesse her skill set as a SS. Defensively, she has a quick, accurate arm with carry on her throw before making consistent plays. Working on a more athletic pre pitch, staying down and through groundballs when fielding out front as well as reads off the bat to improve footwork, range and efficiency. Overall, Bailey has a confident approach to playing defense. As a hitter, her natural strength provides opportunities for solid contact to various hitting fields. She shows potential for more strength and will benefit from implementing a consistent stride and load, keeping your balance centered, and bat extension to improve power on contact, ultimately allowing her to access the entire field effectively. Overall, Bailey has a good frame for the position and solid athletic ability to help aid in her continued development as a player.
06/20/2013 - College PREP - Bloomington (Indianapolis), IN Bailey is a developing athlete. As a SS, she keeps her chin tucked and has an athletic approach. Focusing on arm strength/slot, backhand glovework, an athletic pre-pitch position, fluid footwork will increase accuracy, range, and overall fielding success. As a hitter, she has an aggressive swing that produces contact. Focusing on a consistent stride and load, utilizing the lower half, and driving the hands through the zone will increase power and efficiency. With implementations of the above recommendations, Bailey will be on track for collegiate attention.