Top 10 Profiles of 2019: #5 Dylan Crews


Rocco Iervasi
Florida Director of Operations/Area Scout

With the end of 2019 approaching, we would like to reflect on the past year and take a look at the top ten most viewed player profiles of 2019. After gathering data through google analytics, we will reveal the top ten most viewed profiles over the next few weeks. 

Next up on our list of the top ten most viewed profiles of 2019 is #5 OF Dylan Crews (Lake Mary, 2020). Crews is our #1 ranked 2020 in the state of Florida and is ranked 12th nationally for 2020. Committed to LSU, Crews will be a high draft follow this June as he ranks 27th on our PBR Draft Board. His profile received 1,703 views in 2019.

#5 Dylan Crews

Dylan Crews

Class of 2020 / OF

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2020
  • Primary Position: OF
    Secondary Position: C
  • High School: Lake Mary
    State: FL
  • Summer Team: 2019 Scorpions Prime
  • Height: 6-0
    Weight: 180lbs
  • Bat/Throw: R/R

Statistics

Position
6.93
60-yard
(01/26/19)
1.98 - 2.05
Pop Time
90
OF Velo
(01/26/19)
75
C Velo
99
Exit Velo
(01/26/19)

Scouting Report

2/07/19

LSU recruit, the No. 1 player in Florida reinforced that notion at the Preseason All State. If you were looking for a potential flaw in his game, it may have been his run tool, previously running a 7.2 at last year's event. This year, in very tough conditions, put up a 6.93, with added strength throughout the frame and the look of an above average runner. Defensively, he moves well in the outfield and looks like he could potentially stick in center. If not though, the bat continues to prove it can hold up anywhere. The added strength has translated to power. The swing is balanced and simple, efficiently using the strong lower half. Advanced approach, driving balls with power from gap to gap. Overall it is a true above average with plus potential hit tool and potential above average power. The bat has been consistent for a long time, but the added strength and athleticism will have him in contention as one of, if not the top players in the country in 2020.

10/12/18

LSU commit. 6-foot-1, 180-pound right-handed outfielder, loose, lean athletic build, makes everything look easy. Offensively, immediate presence in the box, presently attacks balls with a line drive approach, driving it to all fields. With continued physical maturity, more and more power will come. Has an advanced fee for the zone, does not chase, fouls pitches off to keep at-bats alive, consistently finds the barrel. Capped his weekend off with a two-run home run to right field. Ran a 7.00 60. One of the few 2020s in attendance, performed as one of the top prospects.

1/27/18

Louisiana State recruit. Currently stands at 6-foot, 173 pounds with a lean, athletic frame.  Offensively, he commands the batter’s box with a quick and powerful swing to all fields with more power to come as he continues to fill out his frame. The present hit tool is plus and consistently dins the barrel in both batting practice and game. He also shows above average power and could develop into plus power.  Registered an exit velocity of 87 mph in the cage. From the outfield, he fielded the ball out in front and under control with accuracy to his targets. Outfield velocity came in at 83 mph. 60 yard dash time came in at 7.20 seconds. Feel for the game is extremely high with advanced toolset and extremely high upside. 

12/16/17

LSU commit. He continues to fill out while remaining athletic. Moves well and looks to project in center field. The bat is his calling card and with the added 10-15 lbs of muscle, he is beginning to add to his plus hit tool with above average power potential.

10/24/17

Crews has established himself as arguably the top right-handed hitter in the 2020 class. He further solidified his status Saturday when the 5-foot-11 LSU recruit effortlessly turned on a pair of 90-mph fastballs for sharply hit singles.

9/15/17

Committed to Louisiana State University.

6/01/17

Extremely athletic and looks to have added some muscle since January. In the outfield, he runs through an outfield workout with everything you’d like to see. Fielding the ball in stride with a quick transfer he has low, accurate throws with carry and topped out at 83 mph. Behind the plate, he is very athletic, a little less polished than the outfield, but he hands work well and is flexible with a lot of potential. Offensively he is well above average for his class with both hit and power tools. There is still a lot of room to grow and fill out. He has a path that keeps him the zone a long time with a lot of whip and bat speed through the zone. He creates quality leverage with a feel for the barrel and big power potential.


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