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Wes Hamor

Wes Hamor C/RHP

  • Tama, IA
  • East Marshall
  • Grad 2021
  • Ht 5'11''
  • Wt 195 lbs
  • Throws Right
  • Bats Switch
  • Arm 75 mph
  • 60 Yd 7.94 Sec
  • Class 5
See our Tool Grade Scale


  • 2.06sec10 Yds
  • 5.43sec40 Yds
  • 7.94sec60 Yds
  • 4.97secH > 1B (RHH)
  • 5.18secShuttle (L)
  • 5.06secShuttle (R)


  • 7'8''Broad Jump
  • 5'7''Lateral Jump (L)
  • 5'9''Lateral Jump (R)
  • 145psiGrip (L)
  • 138psiGrip (R)


  • 75 mphmphVelocity
  • 42Arm Grade


  • 42Hitting Grade (L)
  • 45Power Grade (L)
  • 42Hitting Grade (R)
  • 48Power Grade (R)
  • 78 mphmphExit Velocity


  • 48Receiving Grade
  • 45Blocking Grade
  • 2.19secRelease Time


  • High 3/4Arm Angle
  • 42Arm Action Grade
  • 45Control Grade
  • 38Delivery Grade
  • 73 – 75mphFASTBALL
  •  FB Grade
  • 65 – 66mphCURVEBALL
  • 40 CB Grade
  •  CH Grade


Official Scouting Report

  • 5Class Rating
  • C/RHPPosition Projection

07/31/2019 - Baseball Factory National World Series at Pirate City - Session 2 (Ages 14-18) Wes is a coachable C/RHP prospect who worked hard on his skills during the National World Series at Pirate City. Behind the plate, Wes sits in a low stance and tracks the ball into his glove. He creates a good spine angle when blocking and is quick to recover. Quickening his exchange to throw can help Wes improve defensively. At the plate, this switch hitter shows a solid swing from both sides. He sets up in a square stance with his hands held low. He gets into a smooth load and takes a compact swing, leading to consistent contact to all fields. Wes can improve as a hitter by taking a softer stride. On the mound, Wes gathers over the rubber and separates his hands on time. He works with a clean arm and finishes with a controlled landing. Wes shows a two pitch mix with his fastball topping out at 75mph with cutting action. Breaking ball sits from 65-66mph with 11-5 break. Taking a simpler rock step can help Wes improve as a pitcher. Overall, Wes is a solid prospect who has the potential to further progress his skills on the field.

02/10/2019 - College PREP - Monticello, IA Wes is a well-rounded C/2B prospect who has a versatile skill set. Behind the plate, Wes has an effective setup and plays the position with good energy. He presents a good, low target and stays square to the pitcher. He has quiet actions and receives the ball well. Wes has a clean exchange leading into a short arm action throwing from a high 3/4 arm slot. He has good momentum through his release showing consistent throws to 2B. Offensively, Wes is a switch-hitter who shows similar abilities from each side of the plate. He has a tall, open setup with a centered balance. Wes has good load with a short, square stride as his lower half leads his swing. Wes shows fast bat speed with a direct swing path. He lands his barrel to the baseball producing square contact. Wes is a line drive type hitter who has the ability to drive the ball to each gap with power. At 2B, Wes works hard and makes the routine plays. He fields the ball in the center of his body. At times he will stab at the ball with his glove. Wes has an accurate arm throwing from a low 3/4 arm slot. Overall, Wes has the right approach on both sides of the ball giving him a bright future on the diamond.


Wes Hamor Tama, IA 800-641-4487 @baseballfactory
Primary Position C
Grad Year 2021 Secondary Position RHP
High School East Marshall Bats Switch
Height 5'11'' Throws Right
Weight 195 LBS Arm 75 mph
60 YD 7.94

The chart below shows the levels of college baseball, along with the range of players with potential to be recruited at that level.

Division I Class 1 – 4
Division II Class 1 – 5
Division III Class 1 – 8
NAIA Class 1 – 6
JUCO Class 1 – 8

Tool Grade Scale

Our main goals with the BF "10-70" Scouting Scale are to provide the player with a realistic evaluation of his "PRESENT" abilities (what he can do today), and to provide college coaches with information they can use to identify and/or compare potential recruits.

Tools are graded for all players and pitchers, regardless of age or graduation year. However, for High School players we use only grades 20-70 (grades 10-18 do not apply), while for Middle School players we use only grades 10-52 (grades 55-70 do not apply).

GradeMiddle School (Ages 11-13) DescriptionHigh School (Ages 14-18) Description10 Yard Dash (seconds)40 Yard Dash (seconds)60 Yard Dash (seconds)Home-1B LHH (seconds)Home-1B RHH (seconds)5-10-5Shuttle [LEFT] (seconds)5-10-5Shuttle [RIGHT] (seconds)Broad Jump (inches)Lateral Broad [LEFT] (inches)Lateral Broad [RIGHT] (inches)Grip Strength [LEFT] (psi)Grip Strength [RIGHT] (psi)FB & Raw Velocity (mph)Bat Exit Velocity (mph)Catcher Release (seconds)
12Well Below Avg-----N/A-----2.407.4010.006.406.506.606.60403838353542353.50
15 -----N/A-----2.357.309.756.106.206.406.40454242404045383.25
18Below Avg-----N/A-----2.307.209.506.
20 Poor2.
22Near Avg 2.156.509.005.805.905.855.85605454555554503.00
25 Well Below Avg2.106.258.755.705.805.755.75645858606058552.90
28MS Average
30 Below Avg2.005.958.255.405.505.255.25746464707063622.70
32Solid Avg 1.955.808.005.205.305.105.10786868808067652.60
35 Near Avg1.905.657.754.905.005.005.00827272909071702.50
38Above Avg 1.885.457.504.804.904.954.9586747410010075752.40
40 HS Average1.855.257.404.704.804.904.9093767611011279802.25
42Well Above Avg 1.825.207.304.604.704.804.8098808011511581822.15
45 Solid Avg1.805.187.204.504.604.704.70103848411811883842.10
48Excellent 1.785.167.104.454.554.604.60108888812012085862.05
50 Above Avg1.765.147.054.404.504.504.50113929212512586882.00
52Outstanding 1.745.127.004.354.454.404.40118969612812887901.98
55-----N/A-----Well Above Avg1.725.106.954.304.404.304.3012310010013013088921.95
58-----N/A----- 1.705.056.904.254.354.254.2512810410413513589941.93
62-----N/A----- 1.664.956.804.
68-----N/A----- 1.624.856.604.
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