Meghan Silber

RHP/SS
Farmington, MN
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Grad:2016
HT:5'5
WT:128 LBS
Throws:Right
Bats:Right
Arm:55 MPH
DATEEVENT ATTENDEDVIDEO
02/18/2013College PREP - Stillwater, MN Play in this window
Meghan Silber Farmington, MN info@factoryathletics.com 855-822-5115
Grad Year:2016Height:5'5Weight: 128 LBS
Primary Pos:RHP Secondary Pos:SSBats:RightThrows: Right
High School:Farmington Summer Team:Minnesota Force
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:    4.12 THROWING Velocity:   55 Arm Strength:   35
INFIELD Fielding:   35
PITCHING Control:   35 Delivery:   35 Arm Action:    35
  FB MPH-Range:50 - 51 Comment:  strikes, hits spots
  CH MPH-Range:43 - 44 Comment:  guides, needs more command
  DR MPH-Range:49 - 50 Comment:  arm out before she releases. decent arm speed
RH HITTINGHitting:   38 Power:   38  
OVERALL Position Projection: RHP | SS Evaluations Are Reviewed By CJ Browder
02/18/2013 - College PREP - Stillwater, MN Meghan is a talented young two way player from the 2016 class. In the circle, she uses a full arm swing with backward hand position, stays in line with level shoulders and finishes in an athletic stance ready to field her position. She commands her fastball very well and will benefit from trusting her grip and throwing the change up without trying to guide it. She gets her arm out before she releases her drop but should keep working at it because it has action at times and should develop nicely. She is athletic and looks comfortable with the ball in her hand. As a SS, she has soft hands, makes accurate throws and will leave her feet to get dirty trying to make the big play. She will benefit from playing lower, having an active pre pitch prep step and widening her base with her hands out front/fingers down. At the plate, Meghan uses a square set up with a back load, a short stride, centered balance and has a short, aggressive path to the ball. Staying level through contact will help her quality of contact, simplifying her stride will make timing opposing pitchers easier and keeping her bat head through contact to create extension will improve her power production. Overall, Meghan has a lot of potential and should continue to look for ways to be pushed; ultimately hard work and attention to detail in her preparation will have her in line to receive collegiate attention in the future.