Undersized, stocky frame. FIlled out, no remaining projection.
Mechanics: Throws from a low three-quarters
arm slot, starting on the third base side of the rubber. Medium
to high leg kick. Compact and quick delivery. Short arm action.
Intense, bulldog mentality.
92-94 mph. Tops out at 95. Topped out at 97 mph in college.
Solid control, command lags behind. Pitch gets hit hard.
Slider: 85-87 mph. Short, more horizontal
shape. Has shown the ability to bury down and out of the zone to
mph. Vertical shape. Has depth and tight rotation.
Notes: Son of professional bowler Danny Broadway. Won
the D-III NJCAA World Series at Tyler Junior College, taking
home Player of the Year and World Series MVP honors as a two-way
player. Served as Mississippi's closer in 2021.
Summation: Intriguing arm with a power three-pitch mix
that could profile in a major league bullpen role. Has shown
premium bat-missing ability, but also been hit very hard.
Developing command and consistency are key for him to reach his
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