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Aug 18, 2006 - Aug 20, 2006   Teal  9
Clem Spillane Field - Wareham, MA
Brendon Kelliher
2B 3B 6-0 175   R/R

FB
60
7.12
40
OF
IF
76
1B
C
Pop
Range
CB
SL
CH
Split
Knuckle
Exit Velo
Distance
Brendon Kelliher is a 2007 2B/3B with a 6'0'', 175 lb. frame from Sandwich, MA who attends Sandwich HS. Brendon has a lean athletic build with room to fill out. At the plate Brendon makes consistent hard contact despite the fact he hits off his front foot. He will want to work on getting his weight back and adding more leverage to his swing. In the field Brendon has the arm strength and range to be a solid second or third baseman. He is a solid student that should attract the attention of many small-level college programs.
PG Grade 7.0




Aug 12, 2006 - Aug 13, 2006   Steel  9
Burlington Athletic Stadium - Burlington, NC
Brendon Kelliher
2B 3B 6-0 175   R/R

FB
60
7.34
40
OF
IF
73
1B
C
Pop
Range
CB
SL
CH
Split
Knuckle
Exit Velo
Distance
Brandon Keliher is a 2007 2B/3B from Sandwich HS in Sandwich, MA with a 6'0", 175 lb. frame. Brandon has a lean athletic build with room to fill out some. He did fairly well in the 60-yard dash running a 7.34 on a slow track. At the plate Brandon shows a calm approach at the plate with good rhythm in his swing. Brandon will occasionally try and pull up and lift the ball. He needs to work on keeping his weight on the back side and hitting the ball later in the zone. In the field Brandon has a short arm circle with a solid exchange. At this point Brandon looks to be best at second base. Brandon is a player that many smaller colleges accross the country should take notice of.
PG Grade 7.0




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Brendon Kelliher IF 2006 Atlantic Coast Top Prospect Showcase
Brendon Kelliher Hitting 2006 Atlantic Coast Top Prospect Showcase
Brendon Kelliher C 2006 Atlantic Coast Top Prospect Showcase
Brendon Kelliher 60 2006 Atlantic Coast Top Prospect Showcase
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