TJ Mullins Scouting Report — LHP, Grayson College

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Prospect: TJ Mullins
Position: Left-Handed Pitcher
Organization: Grayson College
Height/Weight: 6’1”, 185 lbs.
Bats/Throws: L/L
Age/DOB: Sophomore (Two-Year)
Acquired/Hometown: Midwest City, OK

June 5, 2018 — San Luis Obispo Blues (California Collegiate League)
Lean; long arms; high three-quarters release with good downward plane on his stuff. Some depth/sinking life to his fastball especially when he works down in the zone. Fastball sat 85-89 in my early June look with some arm-side run to it; tough pitch for hitters to square up — gets on hitters quickly and shows late life to arm-side. Can get away from him and tail out too far arm-side; tendency to rush body to plate and leave arm dragging behind at times, overthrowing and leaving pitches up and out. That said, makings of a nice fastball here when body syncs up and he gets extended out front. Pairs it with a 74-79 vulcan changeup and a 78-80 slider. Slider lacks consistent, pronounced break right now; possibly just a bad day for it in my single-game look here, but he showed a small, inconsistent break pattern. Overthrowing/mechanical issues affect slider; failed to ever get really extended on it and command it out to glove-side. Has the makings of a firm, cutter-like breaking ball when right with some depth from height/plane and a sharp, late break to glove-side at best; should be fairly effective hard in against RHH if he can iron out consistency with it … Vulcan changeup is a great look with fastball arm action and late downward life at the plate, almost like a splitter. Throws it hard and lets grip do the work; will get hitters off balance and take advantage of downward plane to have guys pound it into the ground. Potential above-average pitch with more reps. Overall, TJ Mullins is a little ways off from being a bona fide MLB Draft prospect, but the stuff and foundation is there with more velo likely coming; it’s worth following him at Grayson College next spring and eventually considering him as a 2019 or (more likely) 2020 MLB Draft candidate with some projection as a pro high-leverage relief/bullpen lefty matchup arm.

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