Ellis Garcia #23

2022

College Commitment West Virginia University
Height 6' 0"
Weight 205 lb
First Position MIF
Second Position MIF
Bat Right
Throw Right

Player Stats

Ball Exit: 102
Velo From INF: 86
Velo From OF: N/A
Pitcher Top FB Velo: N/A
Pitcher Average FB Velo: N/A
60 Time: 7.08
40 Time: N/A
Shuttle: N/A
Spin Rate FB: N/A
Spin Rate CB: N/A
Pop Time: N/A
Standing Broad Jump: N/A
Vertical Leap: N/A
10lb Medium Ball: N/A
Push-Ups In 1 Minute: 40
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

Coaches

High School Head Coach: Mark Cieslak
US Elite Baseball Head Coach: Christian Helsel
US Elite Baseball Team: 2022//Helsel (2021 Season)

Education

High School: Saint Joseph Regional
High School Graduation Year: 2022
High School GPA: 3.85
High School SAT: N/A
High School ACT: N/A
College Choices: West Virginia

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Player Statement

Ever since I started playing travel baseball, it has been my dream to play for a major division 1 baseball program. I have worked extremely hard up to this point in my baseball career and will continue to do so and do whatever it takes to compete at the next level. Over my baseball journey I have learned that it is most important to focus on the task at hand and not fear failure. I Know I have the grit to face failure and use it to drive me to accomplish my goals.

Press Text

PG summer of 2018. Named to 14u National Top Prospect List...Ellis Garcia is a 2021 SS/3B, MIF with a 5-11 175 lb. frame from Elmwood Park, NJ who attends St. Joseph's Regional. Large, athletic frame with broad shoulders and nice present strength proportioned throughout frame. Ran a 7.5 60-yard dash. Primary infielder who shows nice tools, fields the ball out front with soft hands shows shows a clean funnel, moves well on feet and works through the backhand, quick transfer out of glove, shows whip to arm action and arm plays across the diamond, repeats actions well also. Righthanded hitter, begins with a narrow base and employs a simple set of mechanics, can continue to implement additional shift through lower half moving into contact. Utilizes a leg lift trigger and can generate present bat speed through the zone, looks to lift at point of contact and shows leverage to path; shows a present feel for the barrel and will continue to see additional strength as he continues to implement a load through hands. Very good student.

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