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J.J Sferra
2004 GRAD
 |  OF
 |  Phoenix, AZ
MLB DRAFT

ROUND 31 - 2009
COMMITMENT
Best PG Grade
9
ABOUT PG GRADES
NATIONAL RANKING
AZ STATE RANKING
260 NA
NA NA
OVERALL
OF
OVERALL
OF
Mountain Pointe
5-11
  160
HIGH SCHOOL TEAM LAST PLAYED HEIGHT/WEIGHT
L/L
34 and 3 mos
18 and 5 mos
BATS/THROWS AGE Age at 2004 Draft
PG EVENT RESULTS
6.76
60 YARD DASH
80
OF VELO
LATEST PG SHOWCASE REPORT
2003 National Showcase  
Sferra makes up for his lack of physical stature with good tools and excellent baseball skills. His skill development isn’t surprising, given that his dad is an assistant coach at Arizona State. Sferra’s best tool is his speed. He ran a 6.74 60 in Lincoln and was consistently in the 4.2-4.3 range on ground balls. Sferra appears quicker than that on the bases as he has a very quick first step and is a highly aggressive baserunner who looked for the steal every time he was on base. His speed and approach on the bases blends perfectly with his approach at the plate. Sferra has a solid line drive swing, keeps the ball on the ground and will take pitches to the opposite field. He has all the elements to be a great college leadoff hitter. Sferra’s speed is more than sufficient to enable him to play centerfield. His arm strength is a bit below average right now but he showed good accuracy on his throws. To think Sferra has much room to add strength makes him project better than nearly all the top high school prospects of '04'. J.J. is a good student.
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CLASS OF 2004 in the recorded year
CATEGORY TOP RESULT CLASS AVG PERCENTILE
60 6.76 sec 7.40
95.75%
OF 80 mph 82
30.06%
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