Mallory Watson

2B
Newport, AR
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Grad:2015
HT:5'6
WT:133 LBS
Throws:Right
Bats:Slap
Arm:51 MPH
Class:7
DATEEVENT ATTENDEDVIDEO
05/29/2014College World Series Select Training  
03/23/2014College PREP - Little Rock, AR Play in this window
Mallory Watson Newport, AR info@factoryathletics.com 855-822-5115
Grad Year:2015Height:5'6Weight: 133 LBS
Primary Pos:2B Secondary Pos:Bats:SlapThrows: Right
High School:Newport High School 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:    3.45 THROWING Velocity:   51 Arm Strength:   38
INFIELD Fielding:   38
LH HITTING Hitting:   40Power:   38Slap:   38  
OVERALL Class Rating: 7 Position Projection: 2B Evaluations Are Reviewed By CJ Browder
05/29/2014 - College World Series Select Training Mallory is a junior second baseman / first baseman with a developing skill set. Defensively, Mallory has a square pre pitch position. She receives the ball out in front of her body with firm hands. Mallory has active footwork and moves well at times. She has an accurate arm when throwing to the bags. By working on her overall aggressiveness Mallory will become a more effective fielder. Offensively, Mallory uses an athletic and square setup in the box. She is a singles hitter that maintains centered balance through contact. By working on her slapping technique, Mallory will be able to locate the ball where she wants it. Overall, Mallory is a developing player that will continue to grow with training.
03/23/2014 - College PREP - Little Rock, AR Mallory is a junior, switch-hitting second baseman with a developing skill set. Defensively, Mallory moves to her glove side smoothly. After receiving the ball, Mallory has a quick transfer into her throwing position. Mallory will benefit from having a more athletic pre-pitch setup and becoming more aware of her field positioning. Offensively, Mallory likes to slap from the left side of the plate. Mallory is an aggressive hitter that wants to put the ball in play. She does a good job of trying to get the ball on the left side of the field. By working on her timing and rhythm, Mallory will become a smoother slapper and develop consistency. Overall, Mallory is a developing player that will continue to grow with training.