Archbishop Hoban Signs Noah LaFine
Archbishop Hoban star Noah LaFine recognizes his future includes college baseball. With Vanderbilt as his goal, LaFine has demonstrated he can help Archbishop Hoban reach their Division II championship.
LaFine commands his rubber and progressively separates his hands at release to maintain an effective release path towards the plate. He displays a three pitch mix with his fastball topping out at 80mph with arm side run.
Noah LaFine began playing baseball at an early age, and his talents quickly became evident. By middle school he was pitching nationally on national stages; his success caught the attention of Power 5 schools as scouts came scouting for potential talent.
He started off his high school career strong, garnering offers from schools such as Vanderbilt. Following a video he posted during COVID-19 pandemic that displayed his ability to throw in the mid 80s, more offers came his way from SEC programs.
LaFine gathers over the rubber well and separates his hands quickly before working with a clean arm and release, staying inline towards the plate throughout his release process. His fastball tops 81mph with arm side run, as well as offering armside movement accompanied by an effective changeup pitch that shows great circle variation.
Noah LaFine of Uniontown gained fame during the fall of 2021 after posting a video of himself pitching during the COVID-19 quarantine, impressing college recruiters with his fastball and circle changeup pitches.
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