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Aug 26, 2006 - Aug 27, 2006   Columbia Blue  22
Baylor University - Waco, TX
Hayden Hunter
1B 3B, OF 6-1 220   R/R

FB
60
7.88
40
OF
79
IF
1B
78
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Hayden Hunter is a 2007 1B/3B/OF with a 6'1'', 220 lb. frame from Austin, TX, who attends Stephen F. Austin HS. Present strength, made good picks at first base, position flexibility, nice actions defensively, accurate arm, range, bat speed, aggressive swing, stays balanced, leverage at the point of contact, projectable power, upside to game.
PG Grade 7.5




Jun 10, 2006 - Jun 11, 2006   Gold  19
Concordia University - Austin, TX
Hayden Hunter
1B 3B, OF 6-1 220   R/R

FB
60
7.57
40
OF
IF
76
1B
C
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Hayden Hunter is a 2007 1B/3B/OF with a 6'1'', 220 lb. frame from Austin TX, who attends Stephen F. Austin. Thick build with good strength, good hands, solid glove, good feel for position, hits with lofted swing plane, makes hard contact, good power to the pull side, solid prospect with good power potential at the next level, good student
PG Grade 7.5




Jul 29, 2005 - Jul 31, 2005   White  17
Baylor University - Waco, TX
Hayden Hunter
1B 3B, OF 5-11 215   R/R

FB
60
7.86
40
OF
IF
75
1B
C
Pop
Range
CB
SL
CH
Split
Knuckle
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Hunter is a 5-11, 215 lb junior first baseman from Texas with a big, strong lower half. It looks like Hunter is familiar with the inside workings of weight rooms. He's a 7.86 runner who threw 75 mph during infield drills. Hunter's big tool is his power potential. After batting practice we weren't sure whether we were going to see the power. Hunter has a very busy approach with his hands and had trouble getting any rhythm or timing in BP. During the games it was a different story. His hands were a little more relaxed and his swing shorter, with very positive results. Hunter drove one ball deep off the LCF fence for a triple and came back impressively by keeping his hands back on a change up and hitting it off the left field fence. He hit the ball hard a couple of other times as well. His raw power is obvious. Hunter's somewhat all or nothing approach at the plate will lead to some strikeouts but should lead to some real bombs with metal in his hands as well. Hunter is a good student. Named to the Top Prospect Game.
PG Grade 7.5