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Jan 27, 2007 - Jan 28, 2007   Green  21
Arrowhead Credit Union Park - San Bernardino, CA
Sequoyah Stonecipher
OF 6-1 195   R/R

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Oct 26, 2006 - Oct 30, 2006   ABD Bulldogs  24
Roger Dean Complex - Jupiter, FL
Sequoyah Stonecipher
OF 6-1 195   R/R

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Aug 12, 2006 - Aug 12, 2006   West  6
San Diego State's Tony Gwynn Stadium - San Diego, CA
Sequoyah Stonecipher
OF 6-1 190   R/R

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Jul 10, 2006 - Jul 16, 2006   ABD Bulldogs  24
East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Sequoyah Stonecipher
OF 6-1 190   R/R

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65
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Jul 03, 2006 - Jul 09, 2006   ABD Bulldogs  24
East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Sequoyah Stonecipher
OF 6-1 190   R/R

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82-83
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Jun 16, 2006 - Jun 18, 2006   5-Navy  8
University of Arkansas - Fayetteville, AR
Sequoyah Stonecipher
OF 6-1 190   R/R

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7.01
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Sequoyah Stonecipher is a 2007 right hand hitting outfielder from Mission Bay HS, residing in San Diego, CA. Stonecipher has a wiry strong and athletic build with room to fill out on his 6'1" 190 lb. frame. He was ranked #27 among PG National Top 100 position players. Stonecipher sets up at the plate with a slightly open stance. He is an aggressive player and that includes his hitting approach where he swings with aggressive intent each at-bat. The ball jumps off his bat and has a lot of carry, to all fields. He has strong wrists and hands and creates a lot of leverage at contact, producing more power than he otherwise would appear capable of producing. Stonecipher seems to have a knack for hammering mistake pitches but competes against all pitches in all zones, handling the fastball up particularly well. He takes a pretty big swing but generally is on time at contact. Even when he is a bit late, the ball comes off his bat well to the opposite field, making him the rare type of hitter that can be beat by a pitch but still make hard contact. Stonecipher is a gamer that seems to rise to the level he is playing against and always seems to have competitve at-bats. At this stage of his development he looks to be a middle of the order run producer, capable of very hot streaks with big time production. As an outfielder he is also a very quality player. With plus instincts and well above average feel for defense, he can play all three outfield spots, even though he is at best a fringe average runner. Stonecipher gets very good jumps on the ball and takes excellent routes and always is ready to throw, looking to do so on each and every play. His arm is strong and accurate and he is going to rack up the assists at each level he plays. He is a 4.59 runner home/1st and ran a 7.01 60 yard dash. Both times can be better, though the home to first time is a result of his aggressive swing. Stonecipher is committed to University of San Diego but will also garner plenty of pro attention as he is one of the stellar members of an outstanding high school position player class in Southern California.
PG Grade 10.0




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Jan 28, 2006 - Jan 29, 2006   3-Maroon  20
Arrowhead Credit Union Park - San Bernardino, CA
Sequoyah Stonecipher
OF 6-1 190   R/R

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Sequoyah Stonecipher is a 2007 OF from Mission Bay HS, residing in San Diego, CA, with a 6'1" 190 lb. frame. Stonecipher was named to the top prospect team at the California Underclass Showcase, was written up in the Top Prospect list, and was invited to the National Showcase. He has an athletic and strong build, with broad shoulders that look capable of carrying future strength. A right handed hitter, Stonecipher is an aggressive hitter who hits from a square stance. He has excellent/plus bat speed and consistently shows lift type power from gap to gap. That power comes from his bat speed and the way he squares up at contact, driving through the ball. Stonecipher stays in the middle of the field and can handle pitching on either half of the plate. For a swing that has some innate power, he has a short finish. His hands are strong and he looks to be a 20-25 HR guy in the future. On defense Stonecipher might be better than he is offensively. He covers gap to gap well when in centerfield, patrolling the outfield with good jumps, reads, and angles to the ball. He has a strong arm that is a tick below a legit RF arm, though his release and the way he sets up to the ball would allow him to be an above average right fielder at the pro level. Stonecipher has a feel for defense and he likes to throw, looking for runners to challenge him. He is a a top tier D1 prospect and as depending on his continued physical development, he has a chance to earn upper round draft consideration in June 2007.
PG Grade 9.0




Jan 20, 2006 - Jan 22, 2006   Black  21
Arrowhead Credit Union Park - San Bernardino, CA
Sequoyah Stonecipher
OF 6-1 190   R/R

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Jun 11, 2005 - Jun 12, 2005   3-Navy  1
USD - San Diego, CA
Sequoyah Stonecipher
OF 6-0 180   R/R

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Sequoyah Stonecipher is a 2007 outfielder from Mission Bay HS in San Diego, California, with a 6'1", 180 lb. frame. Stonecipher was one of the top 2007 prospects at the event because of his all around skills. At the plate he uses a no stride approach with a toe tap trigger and loads his hands well. He has very good bat speed with a line drive swing plane and strength in his swing. Stonecipher's batting practice swing translated well to the showcase games where he hit several line drive shots to left field. In the outfield he shows good actions with a quick and accurate arm, and he has solid arm strength (81OF) for his age. Showed quickness on the bases and the ability to steal bases with a quick first step. Stonecipher has all around baseball skills and should continue to improve. He is a good student and is a must follow.
PG Grade 9.0