Louis Eckelkamp (@louie.eckelkamp.iv) is a 5'9" 195 lb. INF out of Washington, Missouri. Stays balanced moving laterally and shows clean actions with his glove/exchanges. Not the quickest, but has a strong arm. Good bat speed at the plate. Uncommitted.
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Having the mental discipline to let the ball get as deep as possible will help you out big time when throwing from your knees. This type of throw is not practical all the time but a nice tool to have in the shed!
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| @blazealexander52 | Elite level arm strength at shortstop, has easy footwork and moves well from side to side, hands are clean and work well on the move, arm strength gets the attention but the rest of the defensive tools/skills are solid, too.
Tim Adleman working on his single leg strength with a high box step up. Single leg strength and symmetry is extremely important for baseball players. Throwing, hitting and running all require high levels of unilateral leg strength. What’s your favorite single leg exercise?