Josh Arquette (2024, Kingwood, Texas) has looked really locked in at the plate during the first two days of the Central Elite Championship. In his first game, he blasted a home run to left field to collect two RBI and, in his second game, he had a couple hits one of them being a double off the left field fence. Arquette is a very physical hitter that has proven that he has real power to pull side. He has a drop in his hands during his load, but he works them well enough to consistently make loud contact. He gets the bat through the zone fast and generates a lot of pop from that and his lower half. In the field, he made a couple nice plays at third base showing some nice athleticism and arm strength. Arquette is a big power presence in any lineup and continues to project as a slugging corner infielder.
Josh Arquette(2024) makes 1st team All District Texas High School District 21 6A
Best newcomer in District 21. https://twitter.com/WestBrookBSBL/status/1531678683660013577/photo/2
Josh Arquette(2024) Homer at LSU and .500 for Marucci World Series
Left field no doubt homer. https://twitter.com/i/status/1552799592772689925
Josh Arquette(2024) Perfect Game Home run Tweet
https://twitter.com/i/status/1540071235115163651 Left Center. No doubter line drive. 2 home run day.
Josh Arquette(2024) Perfect Game Scouting Report WWBA 2022 Central Elite Championship
Josh Arquette (2024, Kingwood, Texas) has looked really locked in at the plate during the first two days of the Central Elite Championship. In his first game, he blasted a home run to left field to...
MVP 16U WWBA Central Elite Championship
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