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Some NCAA Baseball performance stats
« on: March 19, 2010, 05:11:42 am »
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taken from: http://www.ncsasports.org/recruiting-tools/baseball/baseball-recruiting-guidelines



Division I: Division II:

For some colleges, especially those in the southern states and out on the West Coast, DII Baseball is an extension of DI. There are very few differences between the typical West Coast or southern DII player and the average DI player. For the DII schools up north, the athletes may be a notch below the average DI and perhaps a little less polished. They may not throw as hard, play for the top high schools programs, or possess at least 4 of the 5 measurable tools. This is not always the case, as there are some very solid DII Baseball Programs up north. However, it is no secret that overall, the better baseball schools are those located in warmer climates.

The Minimum Requirements by position are as follows:

Right Handed Pitchers:
-Height: 6'0' (Preferably taller)
-Weight: 175 lbs.
-Averaging about 1K per inning pitched
-ERA below 3.00
-Velocity: 85 MPH

Left Handed Pitchers:
-Height: 5'10' (Preferably taller)
-Weight: 165 lbs.
-Averaging about 1K per inning pitched
-ERA at 3.00 or below
-Velocity: 83 MPH

Outfielders:
-Height: 5'10"
-Weight: 165 lbs.
-60 Yard Dash: 6.8 or below
-Velocity from the OF: 82-86 MPH

Middle Infielders:
-Height: 5'9"
-Weight: 165 lbs.
-60 Yard Dash: 6.9 or below
-Velocity from the INF: Low 80's MPH from SS

Catchers:
-Height: 5'10"
-Weight: 180 lbs.
-Pop Time: 2.0 or below

Corner Infielders:
-Height: 6'0"
-Weight: 180 lbs.
-Power Numbers: 4+ HR, 20+ RBI

Much can be determined on film. It is very difficult to measure defensive abilities on paper. Fielding percentage cannot be used as an accurate statistic because it is difficult to calculate and it can be easily manipulated. Most Division II players have received several accolades, such as All-Conference or All-Area.

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Re: Some NCAA Baseball performance stats
« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2010, 04:54:00 pm »
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I cannot believe an average D1 middle infielder is throwing 85+.
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Re: Some NCAA Baseball performance stats
« Reply #2 on: March 29, 2010, 11:21:51 pm »
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I cannot believe an average D1 middle infielder is throwing 85+.

I'm pretty sure that's accurate, infield throws are alot different than pitching. The "target zone" for an infield throw is nothing like a strike zone, these guys wing that ball very fast.