Courtney Pribble

OF/C
Evington, VA
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Grad:2023
HT:5'2''
WT:108 LBS
Throws:Right
Bats:Switch
Arm:49 MPH
20 YD:3.15 sec
DATEEVENT ATTENDEDVIDEO
11/01/2020Official College Recruiting Membership - Salem (Roanoke), VA  
09/26/2020Eastern Classic Softball National Showcase 2020 - 18u Participant  
08/16/2020Official College Recruiting Membership - Salem (Roanoke), VA Play in this window
Courtney Pribble Evington, VA info@factoryathletics.com 855-822-5115
Grad Year:2023Height:5'2''Weight: 108 LBS
Primary Pos:OF Secondary Pos:CBats:SwitchThrows: Right
High School:Altavista High School Summer Team:ThunderStruck Fastpitch
Exit Velo 62 Hand Size Small Barrel Accuracy 41.66% Broad Jump 5'6''
Grip Strength Left:   56 Right:   61   5-10-5 Shuttle Left:   5.34 Right:   5.3  
RUNNING 20 yds:   3.15   THROWING Velocity:   49 Arm Strength:   32
CATCHING Receiving:   0 Blocking:   0 Release Time:   2.69
OUTFIELD Fielding:   38
LH HITTING Hitting:   38Power:   35 RH HITTINGHitting:   45 Power:   42  
OVERALL Position Projection: OF | C
08/16/2020 - Official College Recruiting Membership - Salem (Roanoke), VA Courtney is a lean OF/C who will graduate in 2023. In the OF, she displays smooth / clean actions. She takes proper routes / angles in tracking down balls but needs to work to get behind and plays through with momentum to her target. Range is a plus as she moves well laterally and covers a lot of ground. Behind the dish, she presents a soft/sure mitt showing great pocket awareness sticking pitches. She uses her body well through the blocking process, centering balls well out front. Pop times showed a range of 2.69-2.81 with accuracy on her throws. Times will continue to drop as she builds more arm strength through a long toss program. At the plate, she shows as a switch hitter but projects best as a RHH. Hands are quick (57 mph exit velocity) and work to and through a level swing path. She shows a feel for the barrel through a line drive approach with power showing best to the pull side. Power will increase as she utilizes her lower half more efficiently. With 3 years to further develop, Courtney has potential with time and room to progress her game.