6’1 215lbs. 12% bf
In high school I was a bit of a late bloomer. I didn’t become a good varsity starter until my senior year in which I was our staff ace and acumulated around 60 innings, 60 k’s, 10 walks, and an ERA a hair above 2. I was 6-1.
My velocity sat around 76-79 with movement on fastball. 68-71 mph change that I had good command of. And a show me curveball that wasn’t all too effective. I was a master of moving the ball around the zone and attacking hitters.
Unfortunately I had committed to a DII school on a golf scholarship and could not get out of my National Letter of Intent. I had recieved some attention from DIII and some small DII schools but could not talk to them because of my commitment.
I have since transferred home to my local community college and am continuing my baseball career. I have accumulated a 3.75 gpa so far at my old college and at my community college.
I started throwing bullpens about a month ago and threw my first clocked bullpen on saturday.
My velocity was sitting at 84-86 mph topping out at 88. My command was excellent with a good amount of tail away from right handed hitters.
My change up was about 8 mph slower on average than my fastball with late downward bite.
My curveball has been the biggest surprise, my winter work finding a consistent arm slot and consisten release spot has given me a much more effective 12-6 curve that I’ve been throwing with confidence.
So guys what would you advise for a LEFT-HANDED pitcher throwing between 84-88 mphs who is also very dedicated to the weight room and classroom. When should I begin contacting coaches, what’s the time table for such things.