Brooks Bryan
Brooks Bryan
Brooks Bryan

CLASS OF 2022

C
3B

Brooks
Bryan

Troy
Opelika (HS) • AL
6-1 • 215LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Georgia Jackets 16U National

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Best Of Stats

Power
94.2
Exit Velocity (max)
6/23/20
80.8
Exit Velocity (avg)
6/23/20
366
Distance (max)
6/23/20
20
Sweet Spot %
6/23/20
Run
7.61
60-yard
4/28/19
-
30-yd
-
10-yd
-
Run speed (max)
Defense
82
INF Velo
6/23/20
-
OF Velo
75
C Velo
9/29/19
2.01 - 2.09
Pop Time
6/23/20

Positional Tools

2020
2019
60 Yard Dash
7.61
Pop Time
2.01 - 2.09
Catcher Velocity
74.0
Infield Velocity
82.0
Power / Speed Score
12.4
60 Yard Dash
7.61
Home to First
5.37
Pop Time
2.06 - 2.17
Catcher Velocity
75.0
Power / Speed Score
12.1
Underclass Games (Invite Only)
Jun 23, 2020
Position
7.61
60-yard
2.01 - 2.09
Pop Time
82
INF Velo
74
C Velo
94
Exit Velo
Deep South Invite
Sep 29, 2019
Position
2.11 - 2.17
Pop Time
75
C Velo
5.37
H-1st
85
Exit Velo
Junior Future Games Trials
Apr 28, 2019
Position
7.61
60-yard
2.06 - 2.11
Pop Time
73
C Velo
92
Exit Velo

Hitting

2020
Exit Velocity Max
94.2
Exit Velocity Avg
80.8
Distance Max
366
Distance Avg
263
Launch Angle Avg
44.2
Hard Hit %
Sweet Spot %
Line Drive %
Fly Ball %
Ground Ball %
Underclass Games (Invite Only)
Jun 23, 2020
Trackman - Hitting
94.2
Exit Velocity (max)
80.8
Exit Velocity (avg)
263
Distance (avg)
366
Distance (max)
Hard Hit %
Sweet Spot %
Fly Ball %

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Comments

3/12/21

C Brooks Bryan (2022, Troy) has always been able to swing the bat from the left side, but it seems he’s made some notable strides in terms of added muscle, flexibility, etc. I’ve seen him a few times this spring season already, and he’s done a good job behind the plate. He’s got a really strong arm on throws to 2nd base, and he’s only going to get better from here. Today from the designated hitter role, Bryan showed he still has no trouble handling the bat. He recorded two hits, one being a double to left field. At a durable 6-2, 215, Bryan has got significant strength in the lower-half with strong & quick hands at the plate. Shown tons of power of the years and continues to impress here.

6/23/20

6-foot-1, 200-pound physical frame. During the event, ran the 60-yard dash in 7.61. Started in a tall stance with a smooth load, then used a short stride just before his swing. Bat speed is explosive, has upward swing plane and high finish. He found multiple barrels with loud contact. the left-handed hitter displayed an exit velocity of 94 mph, showing his strength and power ability. While in the infield, made throws at velocities up to 82 mph; has a clean exchange, sure hands and consistent feet. He produced a position velocity of 74 mph during throw downs; has quick footwork and a natural exchange. Some flexibility and athletic setup.While catching, he had a pop time of 2.01-2.09. Showed consistent accuracy to the bag with a short arm action and an-over-the-top slot.

9/29/19

Big time LH bat that has serious strength in the hands. Slightly open stance but has a very simple approach with no problems creating juice to all fields. Does a nice job keeping the barrel through the hitting zone and shows some definite lift in the swing plan. Really liked that he showed the ability to drive balls to the oppo gap. Definite top hand strength. Behind the plate, his throws were as accurate as any catcher present with fluid actions on the transfer. Pop times were as low as 2.06. Another big time catcher in the state ‘22 class.

4/28/19

Another physical young catcher that really impressed. Showed plus bat speed and kept his hands and barrel inside the ball producing a consistent gap to gap approach. The juice off of the barrel is there as he had an event best 92 mph exit velocity off of a tee. Behind the plate, he has a solid setup showing nice flexibility in the hips. Legit skills on balls in the dirt and a quick transfer on throws to 2B. The ball carries out of the hand and stays on line. A definite ‘22 C to keep an eye on.

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