COLORADO – Jett Hoggatt

POWER SHOWCASE NATIONAL PREQUALIFIER
“FUTURE STARS”
Colorado Representative

ALSO PARTICIPATING IN MIAMI 9TH ANNUAL POWER SHOWCASE

jett hoggatt

Jett Hoggatt

C / OF

6’0 / 160

AGE: 14

PLAYING IN:

FUTURE STARS
FUTURE STARS / WEST *P1

 CO-HOGGATT-ARLINGTON-BAT1-TX-PROFILE  CO-HOGGATT-ARLINGTON-BAT2A-TX-PROFILE
CO-HOGGATT-ARLINGTON-BAT2-TX-PROFILE CO-HOGGATT-ARLINGTON-BAT4-TX-PROFILE
 Jett Hoggatt’s statistics have long been impressive. He’s been a key member of youth state championship teams and 12U Team Colorado, which captured the Winter Nationals in 2012. He brings size and power. What impresses me most about Jett is his growth since I first coached him in basketball in 2012. He has matured mentally and physically. When kids are good and big at age 12, it’s easy to take baseball for granted. Jett could overpower the game at times on raw tools alone. He has exceptional pull power, and as a pitcher complements a firm fastball with a big curveball. But entering this spring, he knew he needed work, needed to become more athletic. He responded by dropping weight through intense workouts, adding multiple layers to his game. While his best position is catcher — he provides a steady target, blocks pitches well and has a solid pop time — he has become more versatile. He can play corner positions in the infield and outfield and has gone from a kid who struggled on the basepaths to becoming a threat because of his hard work. Jett has a humorous personality, and is learning to channel his intensity and focus. My favorite memory of Jett — besides him cracking up players and coaches with his jokes at Cooperstown — came in the summer of 2013. My Gators 13-Majors team reached the championship game of a tournament, and like many times before, faced the prospect of losing because of a lack of pitching. Our ace ran out of innings, and Jett responded. He had been sick the entire weekend, unable to keep food down. Yet, he took the ball without hesitation and pitched five innings, easily muzzling one of the top teams of the state. It provided a reminder of his talent and unlimited potential.

 
Scouting report: Plus right-handed power, especially to pull side. Has ability to sit back on curveballs that give most kids trouble. … Improved body type makes him a plus runner on bases. … Solid catcher who blocks the ball extremely well. Can play corner spots. because of increased speed. …. As a pitcher has excelled on big stages, like championship games in regional and national tournaments. Throws firm with an above-average curveball that he can drop in for strikes.
 
Troy Renck
Coach of Fort Collins Gators – U13 Majors – Spring/Summer 2013.

Former National Baseball Writer with the Denver Post – now covering Denver Broncos for Denver  Post
Twitter: @TroyRenck
 
CO-HOGGATT-ARLINGTON-PITCH1-TX-PROFILE CO-HOGGATT-ARLINGTON-PITCH2-TX-PROFILE
ATHLETIC INFORMATION
CO-HOGGATT-ARLINGTON-PITCH3-TX-PROFILE

Showcase State: CO


Primary Pos:

Secondary Pos: OF

Bat: Right

Throw: Right

BTA: .416

HRs Hit SPRING: 10

Arm Velocity (MPH): 77

Run Time 60: 7.0

Catcher Pop Time: 1.90

Strike Outs SEASON: 35 ks in 36.1 inings

ERA Season: 1.94

SCHOOL INFORMATION
CO-HOGGATT-ARLINGTON-PITCH4-TX-PROFILE

Grade:  8

Kinard Middle School
Fort Collins CO

 

S.L.  Coach: Troy Stubbins
303-524-2540
neestubbs@msn.com
ARMOUR

 

T.L.  Coach: Mike Bard
303-565-7063
mike.bard@me.com
TEAM COLORADO

 

 

INDIVIDUAL ATHLETIC AWARDS/HONORS  TEAM AWARDS/HONORS
  • 2014 Triple Crown Colorado State Sportsmanship Award
  • 2013 USSSA Kansas City Monsters Bash Sportsmanship Award
  • 2010 Triple Crown Colorado State Sportsmanship Award

  • ARMOUR – Cooperstown Dreams Park
    Week 9 Champions
  • TEAM COLORADO – USSSA Winter National Champions 
CONTACT INFORMATION

Darby & Heather Hoggatt
Fort Collins CO 80525

Heather: 970-402-2499
heatherlh143@gmail.com

Darby: 970-218-4932
dhoglaw@yahoo.com

 CO-HOGGATT-ARLINGTON-HANDSHAKE-TX-PROFILE