In response to your Private Message.
First of all congratulations on your college news.
As to your mechanics, I will address your leg kick. It is a little high, but as long as you keep it from going behind the rubber, you will be able to keep runners at first close. Remember, the most important thing when bringing your leg up, is rolling your hips in. As long as you roll your hips in, your leg will automatically raise to a comfortable position. Do not worry about your stiff front-landing leg, that is what makes you comfortable. I am concerned with your glove dropping so low in a non controlled way. I would prefer to see it out front balancing then to a controlled manner, bringing it back either to your chest or thigh, whatever is comfortable. Whatever your right arm does, your left arm will follow in that position. An analogy: It is like an airplane, whatever the right wing does, the left wing does the opposite.