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Jun 09, 2007 - Jun 10, 2007   1-Black
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Southwestern College - Chula Vista, CA
Kevin Nay
OF 3B, RHP 6-1 190   R/R

FB
60
7.17
40
OF
79
IF
1B
C
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SL
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Kevin Nay is a 2008 OF/P/3B with a 6'1'', 190 lb. frame from Gunnison, Utah, who attends Gunnison High School. Nay has a tall and good frame. Defensively he moves well in the outfield getting to balls down the line and in the gaps. He has arm speed and solid arm strength at 79 mph. His throws are accurate and online. At the plate he is a right handed hitter who hits from a crouched stance with a knee lift trigger. He is an aggressive hitter who attacks pitches. Nay keeps his hands inside the ball and has the ability to hit the ball to all fields. At times he dives into pitches, but he gets leverage at the point of contact with projectable power. He has bat speed as well. Once on the bases, he runs well. Nay is a good student as well.
PG Grade 7.0




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Aug 01, 2006 - Aug 03, 2006   Gold
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Saddleback College - Mission Viejo, CA
Kevin Nay
OF 3B, RHP 6-1 185   R/R

FB
60
6.98
40
OF
80
IF
1B
C
Pop
Range
CB
SL
CH
Split
Knuckle
Exit Velo
Distance
Kevin Nay is a 2008 right hand hitting outfielder (MIF) from Gunnison HS, residing in Gunnison, UT. He has a 6'1" 185 lb. frame and a strong, athletic, quite noticeable body that is well-proportioned. At times Nay flashed the type of ability that will keep college coaches checking in on him from time to time. He is an interesting follow-type prospect and will gain polish as he continues to play more and more. Offensively he showed good aggressiveness and flashed some raw power. His bat speed and strength are good, evidenced by the way the ball comes off his bat. Nay is still gaining feel for hitting but his tools are good. Defensively he showed good range and a decent release, suggesting that he can be an above average defensive outfielder. The ball leaves his hand pretty well and as he learns to get more extension, he will get more carry and more behind the ball. His straight-away raw speed suggests that he will be able to go and get some balls in the gaps from either corner outfield position. As stated, Nay is an interesting follow prospect and is the type of young player that is on the verge of putting it all together. Keep him on the radar, it might be a mistake not to.
PG Grade 7.0