Ryan Kelley
Ryan Kelley
Ryan Kelley




Baker (HS) • AL
5-6 • 150LBS • R/R
Travel Team: BaySox


2022 National

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5-foot-6, 150-pound athletic frame. During batting practice, Kelley had an exit velocity of 81 mph. Began in a quiet stance with a tight load, then used a controlled stride to start his swing. Has rotational swing plane and has level finish. In his round he found a couple of barrels with some loud contact. Gap to gap approach. Smooth in the infield, his best throw was recorded at 75 mph. Showed a loose arm action and consistent accuracy to the bag. Recorded a 60 time of 8.36 at the event. Projectable on the mound, showed consistent balance point. Sat with his fastball at 77-78 mph and topped out at 78 mph. Curveball (74-75 mph), changeup (74-75 mph).


Clean, smooth delivery and does a nice job of repeating his delivery. Pounded the zone with the FB that was up to 75 mph with some arm side action. The breaking was 64-66 mph with night tight spin and the change up showed nice deception at 64-66 mph. Did a really nice job of attacking hitters with all 3 pitches. A nice young arm. Even stance at the plate with a leg kick approach that allows him to generate some pop off the barrel. Does a nice job using his lower half in a well synced swing. There is some quick twitch action in the hands creating some nice bat speed. Showed some nice juice to the pull side gap. Compact approach. Defensively, looked very natural in the dirt and things seemed easy to him as he showed plus footwork and nice ability to throw from different arm slots. A ‘22 to follow in the coming years.


Slightly open leg kick approach for this ‘22 grad that showed some definite tilt in the swing path. Did a nice job keeping the barrel through the zone which led to a nice showing to the pull side. There is nice, short action in the hands. There should be more juice to come. Defensively, he made things look easy and really fielded ground balls out in front of him with a quick transfer. Showed nice lateral range and made a difficult backhand play look easy, showed well with the arm across the infield. Big time arm side action on the 2 seam fastball that can be a big time pitch as the velocity develops. The FB was up to 76 mph and the 12/6 breaking ball showed real nice shape at  64-66 mph. Mechanics were natural and easy.

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