Maryland Most Viewed Profiles of 2019: No. 18 & 19


Jerry Shank
PBR Maryland

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With 2019 coming to a close we are excited to bring to you our 25 most viewed profiles of the year. Profiles have been a one of the most looked at items on the PBR website, with over 8 million views in 2019 alone of profiles across the country. Our state specific countdown will continue throughout the rest of the month and finish on New years eve with the release of our most viewed profile of the year.

Most Viewed Profile No. 18



Ehi Okojie

Class of 2021 / OF

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2021
  • Primary Position: OF
    Secondary Position: OF
  • High School: River Hill
    State: MD
  • Summer Team: Dig In
  • Height: 5-11
    Weight: 180lbs
  • Bat/Throw: R/R

Statistics

Position
6.72
60-yard
(07/31/19)
87
OF Velo
(07/31/19)
101
Exit Velo
(07/31/19)
4.15
H-1st
(02/15/20)
Position
60-yard
6.72
OF Velo
87
Exit Velo
101

Scouting Report

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No. 19

 

Tyler DeMartino

Class of 2019 / OF

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2019
  • Primary Position: OF
    Secondary Position: 3B
  • High School: Walt Whitman
    State: MD
  • Summer Team: Canes National
  • Height: 6-0
    Weight: 195lbs
  • Bat/Throw: R/R

Statistics

Position
7.30
60-yard
89
OF Velo
(02/09/19)
96
Exit Velo
(02/09/19)
3.97
H-1st
(02/09/19)
Position
OF Velo
89
H-1st
3.97
Exit Velo
96

Scouting Report

3/26/19

Went 2-for-3 with a double, 2 RBI's and a runs scored in the game against Sherwood. Strong, compact body type. Athletic and moves well. Hits from a slightly crouched, open stance at the plate with active hand and bat movement. Bit of a longer stride length. Gets good hand separation and swings with intent. Strong lower half with a level swing path. 

Preseason All State - 2/18/18

Athletic frame at 6-foot, 190-pounds. A truly impressive offensive presence with high upside down the road. Hits from a taller set up at the plate with nice rhythm in his stance. Short and simple load with controlled leg lift and weight shift back to hitting position. Hands are direct to the ball with fast bat speed and barrel stays on through contact to drive the ball. Nice lower half involvement and balance throughout. Clean actions from the outfield on the day. works thru the ball well and gets rid of the ball with nice carry. Throws from a high three quarter slot and throws were up to 87 mph.