Brett Kania #45


College Commitment Still available
Height 5' 7"
Weight 145 lb
First Position CINF
Second Position LHP
Bat Left
Throw Left

Player Stats

Ball Exit: 71
Velo From INF: N/A
Velo From OF: N/A
Pitcher Top FB Velo: 74
Pitcher Average FB Velo: 69
60 Time: N/A
40 Time: N/A
Shuttle: N/A
Spin Rate FB: 1886
Spin Rate CB: 1575
Pop Time: N/A
Standing Broad Jump: N/A
Vertical Leap: N/A
10lb Medium Ball: N/A
Push-Ups In 1 Minute: N/A
Pull-Ups In 1 Minute: N/A

Blast Metrics: 1 Month Averages

Blast Bat Speed: N/A
Blast On Plane Efficiency: N/A
Blast Rotational Acceleration: N/A
Blast Attack Angle: N/A


High School Head Coach: N/A
US Elite Baseball Head Coach: Tom Ott, Daniel Leon, Tom Ott, Tom Ott
US Elite Baseball Team: 13U/Pennsylvania/Ott/ (2021 Season), 13U/National


High School: Cambridge Springs High School
High School Graduation Year: 2026
High School GPA: 4.00
High School SAT: N/A
High School ACT: N/A
College Choices: Penn State University
Clemson University
West Virginia University
Liberty University
Vanderbilt University
University of North Carolina
Duke University
Wake Forest University
University of Texas
Virginia Tech

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Player Statement

I have played baseball since the age of five (5) years old. My first game I hit a triple and knew this sport was for me.

At the age of seven (7), I began playing travel baseball. I hit my first home run on a little league field at the age of eight (8) and have hit twenty eight (28) since, including two (2) grand slams.

I was chosen at the ages of ten (10) and eleven (11) as a 1B/LHP to play in the USA Baseball NTIS @ Cary, NC for Team North Florida and Team Ohio Valley. My experience competing against some of the best players in the country has been rewarding, knowing I can have success at this level.

Last year I started working one-on-one with a former D1 pitcher. As a left hander, I have developed multiple off-speed pitches including command of my slider. This personal training awarded me with my first complete game no-hitter this past season at the age of twelve (12).

I have always been willing to put the extra work in during the off-season including weight lifting and speed training to keep improving each season. My goal is to use my experience on the national level to be a leader and great teammate for a competitive college team. I think I can lead by example with hard work to bring my teammates and I to the next level if given the opportunity.

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