Nathan Milhorn #18

2024

College Commitment N/A
Height 6' 2"
Weight 190 lb
First Position RHP
Second Position None
Bat Right
Throw Right

Contact Information

Street Address: 2412 Hurst Street
City: Falls Church
State: VA
Zip Code: 22043
Phone: 5714244502
Email: namilhorn8@gmail.com

Player Stats

Ball Exit: N/A
Velo From INF: N/A
Velo From OF: N/A
Pitcher Top FB Velo: 84
Pitcher Average FB Velo: 81
60 Time: N/A
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: 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
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Coaches

High School Head Coach: Mike Noyes
DiamondZoft Head Coach: Chad Blevins
DiamondZoft Team: 2024/Mid Atlantic/Blevins (22)

Education

High School: George C. Marshall
High School Graduation Year: 2024
High School GPA: 3.42
High School SAT: 1460
High School ACT: N/A
College Choices: Johns Hopkins
Princeton
Virginia Tech
Georgia Tech
University of Illinois
Cornell University
Washington University in St. Louis
Bucknell University
Rice University
California Institute of Technology

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Player Statement

In the spring of 2025, I hope to take the mound for a college baseball program. When I do, it will be the culmination of a decade of work.

While my pitching has improved over the last two years, I am focused on getting stronger and improving my delivery to increase my velocity and command. I have consistently increased my velocity by about five mph per year, and if I stay on that course, I would be throwing in the low 90s by my senior year. That is my target, and I will continue to work hard to achieve it.

I am also excited about pursuing a degree in engineering. I have participated in several extracurricular engineering programs to prepare for college -- such as the Virginia Tech BLAST Program and NASA's Virginia Space Coast Scholars. I know engineering can be a difficult major for a college athlete, but I am passionate about understanding the world and creating technologies that will make our lives better. This passion motivates me to work hard enough to pursue both baseball and engineering at the college level.

I know that I can make both of these dreams a reality, and I look forward to searching for colleges and baseball programs that believe in me and my potential.

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