06/25/2016 - Omaha National World Series - Session 2
William has an admirable work ethic and will do anything possible to better himself as a player. At the plate, William has an open stride with a good direct route to the ball, and extends through the zone on his finish, resulting in easy contact and good power. He does a good job of tracking the ball and swinging only at good pitches. Being slightly more balanced through the hitting process will create more power and consistent contact for William. At first base, he works with proper footwork and fields out in front often, which also speaks to his good picking skills. Agility drills to make his feet quicker which will help increase lateral range. A constant grinder, William has all the makings of a great young prospect.
11/29/2015 - National Tryout Plus - Davie, FL
Wormsbecher stands at 5-foot-11 and 170 pounds. He reached 83 mph bat exit velocity, up one tick from what we had seen previously. His right-handed stroke has some natural lift along with a tendency to pull the ball. He generated good bat speed through the zone, and rotated his core well through contact allowing for very good extension out front. He can work to improve the rhythm and timing of his pre-pitch action, such that he consistently lands on time and ready to react to the pitch. Defensively, he stayed low to the ground and with his glove out front and ready. He showed some body control and was efficient with his footwork. Overall, a solid all-around player with offensive and defensive ability.
07/30/2015 - Baseball Factory Pro Select Training & Tournament at Historic Dodgertown
William is a big solid 1B that will graduate in 2017 with a promising future on the diamond. At the plate is where he shows best, displaying solid hitting abilities with outstanding power potential through an athletic setup. Hands are quick, generating bat speed and work through a level swing path. He has strength in his swing with baseball jumping off the bat when centered, mainly to the pull side. At the event, he was 2 for 3. At 1B, he displays proper foot work around the bag and is a quality receiver. Hands are clean and he works to square balls up but needs to present more out front and increase foot quickness to improve defensive grade. Throws are accurate but needs to build more armpit strength through a long toss program. With 2 years to further develop, William has a lot of potential and will catch the eyes of the collegiate coaches as he continues to develop.