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Tournaments | Story | 4/28/2022

Boras Classic Scout Notes

Tyler Russo      Steve Fiorindo     
Photo: Oliver Santos (Perfect Game)

David Horn, RHP, JSerra Catholic (2022)

Horn got the ball to open the entire event and although it wasn’t his sharpest of outings, he was plenty good enough in a complete game effort to let the offense work and earned an opening round win. Opening in the 89-92 range with the fastball, there was no change from the velocity we have seen this spring and it’s a good fastball from a quality standpoint. While he only showed one changeup in the mid-80s range, he did show off both the curveball and slider early on. The curveball is a bit of a softer pitch, more in the 74-77 range with slurve-like shape while the slider is likely the best graded pitch of the entire mix, throwing it in the 79-80 mph range with hard and late lateral bite. It’s a good physical body and he’s got a track record of turning in good performances like this so if the velocity trends up, he’s at least got the foundation of a starter at the next level with a full four-pitch mix.


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