Ryan Revera
Ryan Revera
Ryan Revera
Ryan Revera
Ryan Revera

CLASS OF 2022

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Ryan
Revera

Bob Jones (HS) • AL
5-10 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: East Cobb Prime

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2022 National

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6/30/20

5-foot-9, 160-pound athletic frame. At the plate, Revera recorded an exit velocity of 88 mph. Begins in an athletic stance with a smooth load, then uses a controlled stride before his swing. Bat speed was quick, and had uphill swing plane. Through the round he found multiple barrels with some loud contact. Line drive approach. With a pop time of 1.94-2.09, showed off his quick feet and his ability to control the run game from behind the plate, his best throw downs of the day reached a max velocity of 76 mph; had soft hands, a fluid exchange and quick footwork. A lot of flexibility and flexible setup.Showed a quick arm action with consistent accuracy to the bag. During the event, clocked a 60 time of 7.51.

6/16/20

5-foot-9, 160-pound sturdy frame. Clocked a 60 time of 7.6 at the event. Starts in an open stance with a compact load, then uses a small leg kick before his swing. Had upward swing plane, efficient bat speed and good extension on his finish. In the round he found multiple barrels. Revera recorded an exit velocity of 83 mph. He produced a position velocity of 73 mph during throw downs. With a pop time of 1.99-2.07, showed off his quick feet and his ability to control the run game from behind the plate. Used a short arm action with a high ¾ slot while showing consistent accuracy to the bag

11/03/19

Revera continues to impress behind the late each time we see him. The catch and throw skills continue to progress as he was consistent high 1.9’s- low 2.0’s on throws to the 2B bag and every throw was on the bag. Very athletic behind the plate and does a nice job extending the plate for pitchers. Also has a nice understanding of the game. Offensively, slightly open with the feet with some crouch in the stance. Handles the barrel very well to all fields. The hands and barrel work well inside the ball and there is some tilt in the bat path. Really kept the barrel through the zone.

9/29/19

Narrow stance at the plate with a quick toe tap approach makes for a short approach with the barrel to the hitting zone. Has some pop off of the barrel and does a nice job of creating backspin from a slightly tilted swing plane. Was middle of the field heavy during BP. Catch and throw skills behind the plate are very solid which culminated in an Alabama event best pop time of 2.0. Moves extremely well behind the plate and handles the pitch down in the zone very well. Like the look of this ‘22 catcher.

1.20.19-  Young catcher with a solid foundation. Quiet, simple mechanics receiving pitches with nice flexibility in the hips. Very low set up allows him to handle the ball down in the zone very well. Athletic transfer from the mitt and solid carry of the throw to the bag. The arm strength will continue to progress.  Shows an open stance at the plate with nice barrel control through the zone. Does a nice job of getting his hands loaded but keeping them short through the zone. Show the ability to use the entire field.

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