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Most Viewed Profiles of 2016: No. 9 Tyler Solomon

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By Jerry Shank
Maryland / Virginia Scouting Director

After drilling down into our google analytics we have compiled a list of the ten most visited Virginia profiles on the Prep Baseball Report website in 2016.  During the month of December we will count down to the end of the year with a look at those profiles that were most viewed.

aNo. 9 Tyler solomon c battlefield hs 2017

PBR Notes

 3.15.16:  Solomon has a tall, projectable, athletic frame and is a switch hitter. He hit exclusively from the left side in this game. He has an athletic stance and takes a big leg kick stride with a smooth load back and a slight wrap. He has an explosive lower half and generates power to all fields. He has a very quick hands and is short to the ball. He has explosive bat speed and gets good extension. He showed a good approach during the game, using the entire field. He has light-tower power to his pull side and gap power to the opposite field with the potential to have home run power to all fields by the time he graduates. Behind the plate, Solomon has a short arm action that is loose and quick and he throws from a three-quarters slot. His arm is strong and he had a 1.97 between inning pop time

Solomon is currently ranked No. 7 in the PBR Virginia/DC Class of 2017 rankings and No. 192 in the Overall Rankings. He is committed to Vanderbilt and will be a participant at Prep Baseball Reports 2017 Super 60 Pro Showcase

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