Cole Green

HS Grad 2007
Age 28 and 6 mos
Age on 2007 Draft 18 and 1 mos
Position(s) RHP  
Ht/Wt 6-1, 195 lb
School  Coppell
Hometown  Coppell, TX USA
Summer Team  Dallas Tigers
Fall Team  Dallas Tigers
MLB Draft 
Round 9 by Reds in 2011
Round 4 by Tigers in 2010
All Americans/All Regions
2007 Rawlings-Perfect Game 3rd Team All-American
Texas - All Region 1st Team
National Rank - Class of 2007
Ranking Last Updated: Jun 06, 2007
Position - RHP
Low 90s RHP with one of the best breaking balls in the country.
TX State Rank - Class of 2007
Ranking Last Updated: Jun 06, 2007
Position - RHP

4 yr Commitment

College(s) interested in
Arizona State
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Latest Showcase Report
2006 National Showcase   Jun 16, 2006
PG Grade: 9.5
Cole Green is a 2007 right hand pitcher from Coppell HS, residing in Coppell, TX. He has a strong, compact but athletic build on his 6'1" 195 lb. frame. Green ranked #40 among PG National Top 85 pitchers. Not one of the most physically impressive pitchers, he has the type of stuff that will win no matter the level he pitches at after high school. Green pitches from a high 3/4 slot and possesses a quick, strong arm. There is some effort in his arm stroke but it does not affect his pitchability. He is aggressive with his stuff and aggressively attacks hitters. Green does not have an overpowering fastball, but he does overpower hitters with his breaking ball, which is a legitimate out pitch. Green has a slight cross body stride and gains a lot of ground during his delivery, eliminating some of the distance of the ball out of his hand to the hitting zone. He can be sneaky with his 88-91 mph fastball and hitters react very poorly to his curveball. His fastball has good down angle and arm side life. Green's curveball is the difference maker. It is 77-80 mph and he can get huge, whiffle ball type break with that pitch, sweeping it away from right hand hitters after starting it seemingly in the zone. Green not only can go up to 80 with the curveball, he can back off it a bit and go down to the low 70s, keeping hitters off balance. Pitchability with the breaking ball is a rare ability for young pitchers and he has it. Some may want to make Green a closer because his stuff would fit that role, as would his approach. For some college programs Green may be a hitting prospect too. He has a chance to hit at the college level, with a short swing and loose hands. The ball comes off his bat well and he stays inside pretty well. He has committed to the Texas Longhorns and likely is college bound, due in part to being a smallish right hander and also history has shown the majority of UT commits end up on campus.

Best PG has recorded

Percentile Rank among grad class in the recorded year

FB 92 mph
97.11% Rank
best 99  avg 83
 (2007 class in 2006)

best 99  avg 83
 (2007 class)
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