Kayla Kaminski

Durham, NC
WT:200 LBS
Arm:46 MPH
04/27/2014National Tryout - Columbia, SC  
01/17/2014Softball Factory Spring Training at Vero Beach  
10/20/2013College PREP - Raleigh, NC Play in this window
Kayla Kaminski Durham, NC info@factoryathletics.com 855-822-5115
Grad Year:2016Height:5'8''Weight: 200 LBS
Primary Pos:RHP Secondary Pos:Bats:RightThrows: Right
High School:Jordan Summer Team:
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:    5.71 THROWING Velocity:   46  
PITCHING Control:   30 Delivery:   28 Arm Action:    28
  FB MPH-Range:50 - 52  
  CH MPH-Range:45 - 48  
  SC MPH-Range:49 - 51  
RH HITTINGHitting:   35 Power:   32  
OVERALL Position Projection: Evaluations Are Reviewed By CJ Browder
01/17/2014 - Softball Factory Spring Training at Vero Beach Kayla is an evolving RHP with a balanced skill set. On the mound, she is eager to learn and make adjustments in order to better her pitching mechanics. Working on finding a more consistent release point and leg drive will help to improve velocity and accuracy. Overall, Kayla has a coachable attitude and a confident approach in the circle. At the plate, she has an aggressive approach and shows flashes of pop at times. She will benefit from a stride a load, bat extension and an explosive lower half to improve power on contact, ultimately allowing her to access the entire field effectively. Overall, Kayla has a passion for the game and solid athletic ability to help aid in her continued development as a player.
10/20/2013 - College PREP - Raleigh, NC Kayla is a developing young RHP from the 2016 class. In the Circle, she uses a short arm swing with forward hand position from a narrow stance with a rushed tempo at times throughout her delivery. She is able to locate her fastball around the bottom of the zone and should continue to work on improving her direction to the plate, lower body mechanics and arm speed to positively affect all of her pitches. At the plate, Kayla uses a square set up with no load or stride and keeps her balance centered as she launches her hands to contact. She puts the ball in play consistently and will benefit from using her lower half more aggressively, staying through contact for extension and seeing the ball deeper to improve her point of contact. Overall, Kayla has time to develop and should take advantage of every day to get better, continued attention to detail and being relentless in her preparation will give her a chance to compete for a spot at the next level.