Andrew Raponi

HS Grad 2006
Age 29 and 2 mos
Age on 2006 Draft 18 and 5 mos
Position(s) 1B  RHP
Ht/Wt 6-3, 210 lb
B/T L/R
School  Monte Vista
Hometown  Danville, CA USA
Summer Team  EJ Sports Warriors
Fall Team  Colt .45s
MLB Draft 
Round 50 by Marlins  in 2006
National Rank - Class of 2006 
Ranking Last Updated:
Overall
NR
Position - 1B
NA
CA State Rank - Class of 2006 
Ranking Last Updated:
Overall
NA
Position - 1B
NA
GPA
2.82
SAT
1710
ACT
--
College(s) interested in
Fresno State 
Long Beach State 
San Diego State 
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PG Grades

Best PG Grade
8
8/11/2005
Latest Showcase Report
2005 California Top Prospect Showcase   Nov 05, 2005
PG Grade: 8
Andrew Raponi is a 2006 1B/RHP from Monte Vista HS, residing in Danville, CA, with a 6'3", 210 lb. frame. He has a broad upper body build with long and strong levers. His lower body is strong too. Raponi is a physical yet fluid player. He has a handsy swing that combines with his strength to give him a lively bat. He holds his hands fairly high and has a good hand path to and through the ball. The ball makes a plus exit off his bat and he has plus bat speed. Raponi has very good present day power to all fields and uses the whole field to hit. In many ways his swing and finish are reminiscent of Jeromy Burnitz. Also impressive was that when down in the count he shortened up his swing and was willing to simply take a knock to the opposite field. Raponis is aggressive to the ball on defense and has good hands around the bag. The ball exits his hand well. All in all, he as very solid defensive abilities. On the mound he pitches from an over the top slot with good arm speed. His delivery features an easy lift to the gather and separation. The tempo in his delivery is good and allows the ball to leave his hand easily. He is not a pure power guy yet, but has a heavy fastball (84-85) with some tailing action. He did a nice job of staying down in the zone. Raponi pounds the fastball inside to righties well. He also features a curveball (66-67) has big rolling action and 11/5 shape. His third pitch is a splitter (72-75) that at times is a plus pitch. It has late tumble and he throws it with plus arm speed. For many mid-D1 programs he is a legitimate two-way prospect. Raponis is a diamond in the rough and is a good prospect for the spring signing period.

Best PG has recorded

Percentile Rank among grad class in the recorded year

FB 84 mph
11/5/2005
57.97% Rank
best 97  avg 83
 (2006 class in 2005)

best 97  avg 82
 (2006 class)
1B 75 mph
11/5/2005
48.18% Rank
best 86  avg 75
 (2006 class in 2005)

best 86  avg 75
 (2006 class)
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