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Jul 25, 2005 - Jul 26, 2005   Red  17
Baylor University - Waco, TX
Brent Harris
LHP 1B 6-5 190   L/L

FB
80
60
7.09
40
OF
IF
72
1B
C
Pop
Range
80
CB
65
SL
CH
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Knuckle
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Harris is a 6-5, 190 lb senior left handed pitcher from Texas with a very good pitcher's body with looseness and strength. In fact, there are some on the Perfect Game staff who think that Harris might be a better first base/outfield prospect than pitching prospect because of his overall athletic package. Harris is a 7.09 runner with plus speed underway. He has a sweet left handed swing that has natural lift and power to it and his bat speed will increase as he adds strength. We've seen Harris throw in the mid-80's on the mound in the past. He was only 78-80 at this event with a 65 mph curveball and was really struggling with his throwing mechanics, especially for such a good athlete. Harris was getting almost no help from his lower half or front side during his delivery, almost like his body was saying at the top of his wind up "That's enough, I'm not going forward any more." Result: No stride, no momentum to the plate, no velocity, no command. If he's been coached to do this, with all due respect, he needs to find a different approach. If he hasn't been coached, he needs to find one. There is a ton of talent in this young prospect that's waiting to get out and projects to have a very high ceiling. Follow him for adjustments and improvement. Good student.
PG Grade 8.0




Jul 05, 2005 - Jul 10, 2005   Dallas Panthers 17U  27
East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Brent Harris
LHP 1B 6-5 190   L/L

FB
82
60
40
OF
IF
1B
C
Pop
Range
82
CB
61
SL
CH
Split
Knuckle
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Oct 22, 2004 - Oct 25, 2004   Dallas Panthers  7
5-Plex - Player Development Complex - Ft. Myers, FL
Brent Harris
LHP 1B 6-5 190   L/L

FB
81
60
40
OF
IF
1B
C
Pop
Range
81
CB
67
SL
CH
71
Split
Knuckle
Exit Velo
Distance




Jul 29, 2004 - Jul 31, 2004   Crimson  14
Baylor University - Waco, TX
Brent Harris
LHP 1B 6-4 190   L/L

FB
82
60
7.28
40
OF
IF
1B
C
Pop
Range
82
CB
68
SL
CH
75
Split
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Distance
Brent Harris is a projectable 6'4" left handed 2006 athlete from Krum, Texas, who looked like a prospect as both a left handed pitcher and as a hitter. As a pitcher, Harris has a deliberate, balanced delivery with a pause at the top and a short, quick arm arc. Harris leaves his backside over the rubber, which probably costs him some velocity. Harris’ fastball was 81-82 mph with very good tailing action. His curveball was 67 mph with a big, sweeping break, and his 72 mph change up had deception, but Harris mostly pitched aggressively with his fastball while striking out 7 batters in 3 innings. As a player, Harris runs well, especially for his size, and throws well and could undoubtedly play corner outfield in addition to his listed first base. What impressed us was Harris’ bat. He got in a zone where the ball must of looked huge, because he hit rockets every at bat, showing very good leverage in his swing and above average power potential. Harris hits slightly open with a strong pull/loft tendency in his approach. Very interesting 2006 grad!
PG Grade 8.0




Jul 12, 2004 - Jul 18, 2004   Dallas Panthers XVIII  32
East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Brent Harris
LHP 1B 6-5 190   L/L

FB
60
40
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IF
1B
C
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Dec 30, 2003 - Dec 30, 2003   White  11
Riverbend Park - Waco, TX
Brent Harris
LHP 1B 6-4 187   L/L

FB
77
60
7.17
40
OF
IF
74
1B
C
Pop
Range
77
CB
65
SL
CH
67
Split
Knuckle
Exit Velo
Distance
Harris is an "06" 1B/LHP from Krum, TX. At 6'4/187 he had one of the best baseball bodies at the event. Very athletic, lean body with lots of projection left. Brent has good overall skills. He shows good foot speed for a tall player with a 7.17 on a slow track and we see him as a normal 6.7 to 6.9 runner. In the field he showed good feet, good glove and some range at first base. His speed may move him to an outfield position at the college level. At the plate he hits from a solid base with a nice inside-out approach through solid contact and good rotation. He shows pull side gap power with excellent bat speed, but occasional length in his swings. On the mound he shows raw skills needing some refinement. He throws from a H3/4 to an over the top arm slot with a loose arm action. He has a short stride and strong rotational delivery with a slinging motion. He opens up early with little lower half torque with a slow delivery. His fastball is upper 70s. His curve has 2-8 rotation with a loose spin at 65 mph but showing promise. His change is 67 with fade action. Needs some work on the mound, but has talent. Definite two-way college athlete who really projects well. And he's only a sophomore!.
PG Grade 8.0