Meagan Quinn

RHP/2B
Pennsburg, PA
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Grad:2014
HT:5'3
WT:136 LBS
Throws:Right
Bats:Right
Arm:60 MPH
Class:6
DATEEVENT ATTENDEDVIDEO
09/08/2013College PREP - Philadelphia, PA Play in this window
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12/27/2012Softball Factory Christmas Camp & Tournament - Florida  
11/11/2012College PREP - Washington (Pittsburgh), PA Play in this window
Meagan Quinn Pennsburg, PA info@factoryathletics.com 855-822-5115
Grad Year:2014Height:5'3Weight: 136 LBS
Primary Pos:RHP Secondary Pos:2BBats:RightThrows: Right
High School:Upper Perkiomen High School Summer Team:Upper Perk Scream
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:    4.14 THROWING Velocity:   60 Arm Strength:   42
INFIELD Fielding:   40
PITCHING Control:   42 Delivery:   40 Arm Action:    42
  FB MPH-Range:52 - 54 Comment:  strikes with smooth actions
  CR MPH-Range: 50 - 51 Comment:  strikes with tight spin
  CH MPH-Range:48 - 46 Comment:  slows arm, some fade action
  SC MPH-Range:47 - 48 Comment:  good spin with quick arm speed
  DR MPH-Range:49 - 51 Comment:  strikes with good spin,
  RS MPH-Range:46 - 49 Comment:  decent arm speed but needs more action and command
RH HITTINGHitting:   42 Power:   42  
OVERALL Class Rating: 6 Position Projection: RHP | 2B
09/08/2013 - College PREP - Philadelphia, PA Megan continues to grow as a competitor and returns to us a better player yet again. As a 2B, she continues to impress with her steady play and ability to communicate with teammates. She is good around the bag with her feet and will benefit from keeping her feet active pre-pitch to improve her first step off the bat. In the Circle, she shows improved weight transfer and seems to have developed better feel for some of her secondary spins through good wrist action. She keeps her arm speed consistent and can change speeds while pitching to contact. At the plate, Megan displayed similar bat speeds and power potential as when we last saw her, however her load and stride have improved and she continues to use her lower half effectively. Eliminating her recoil in her finish will further her offensive development and allow her to completely access the power generated in her lower half. Overall, Megan has done her part this far to give herself a great chance of playing at the next level. Continued hard work will put her in the position she wants to be in come time to make a decision on a college program.
12/27/2012 - Softball Factory Christmas Camp & Tournament - Florida Meagan is a solid competitor with a great presence on the field. In the circle, she battled and was able to record some big outs. She will benefit from using more leg drive and cutting it loose with faith in her stuff. As a 2B, Meagan continues to show soft, sure hands with active feet and an athletic fielding position. Consistently being centered with a good pre-pitch will help her cover the necessary ground to play in the middle infield. At the plate, she has stable balance, the ability to spray the ball to the opposite field and should continue to work on being aggressive through the zone to realize power potential. Overall, Meagan is a steady player with a strong competitive pedigree and really good control over her body language.
11/11/2012 - College PREP - Washington (Pittsburgh), PA Meagan is a strong, athletic player. In the infield (second base) she demonstrates an understanding of the position that compliments her fielding skills, footwork and accurate arm. Focus on smoother glove work (no stabbing or flipping), a more efficient arm slot, and fluid glove-to-hand transfers will enhance Meagan's skill set. In the circle, her velocity, arm accuracy, control, and delivery are consistent and effective. Continued application and work on weight transfer, wrist snaps, and rhythmic tempo will allow for her pitches to not only be successful, but also keep hitters guessing. At the plate, Meagan is a strong hitter with flashes of pop, quick hands and excellent pitch selection. She has a tendency to drop her back half (specifically her hands and bat) and pull off pitches. She will benefit from a stride and load, short bat path and long (two-handed) follow through. Her overall skill set, athleticism, and eagerness to improve are great assets that are on track for continued growth and collegiate attention.