I don't see any more than maybe 2 of those being at 2.2.....your arm strength is a major issue at this point if you're hoping to really cut your pop times down. A few of those throws are 12-15' high when they cross the pitchers mound.....you need to be throwing them at or a foot above his head. Work on that and your POP times will come down. Your footwork doesn't look bad on the throws that the pitcher gave you that you could work with....it's all an arm issue right now. Once you get that down, I'd make a couple other suggestions. 1) try to find a field with grass infield....it's really hard to get an accurate idea of where the ball is when it blends into the dirt. 2) have a 2nd baseman catch your throws. If it's not perfect....delete it. The couple that hit the net 6' above the base do more harm than good.