Adam Hachman isn’t scared of the big moments and that’s why he’s a World Champion Gold Medalist.
Hachman is a pitcher and not only a pitcher but one of the best high school baseball players and he’s a player who we’ll be hearing about for years to come.
“Adam Hachman is one of the most gifted left-handed pitchers that I have ever gotten the chance to coach,” USA Prime National Vice President Marc Nellist said. “The upside is one of the best, if not the best, in the class of 2023. If I had to guess, he will be a player we get to watch pitch for a very, very long time.”
“Another great kid with high character that loves competing.”
Recently he committed to play baseball at Arkansas.
“I’m a 6’5 left handed pitcher and I have thrown up to 100 MPH. I played on team USA World Cup team and ended up winning a gold medal. I have been in talks with MLB teams and even got featured on MLB Network. There is a couple articles about me on MLB.com.” – Adam Hachman
Including one talking about the Top High School Draft Prospects listing him at #15 saying: There were reports of him flirting with triple digits, mixing in a solid low-80s breaking ball and a harder changeup.
It’ll be interesting to see how much Hachman can improve over the next couple of years. If he continues to work and improve he he has over the last couple of years he could have a very good career ahead of him. And let’s not move past what he has already accomplished because that success right there doesn’t come to many.