Tyler Wilson
Tyler Wilson
Tyler Wilson
Tyler Wilson




Hoover (HS) • AL
6-2 • 165LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Top Gun Brooks
2023 National

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6-foot-2, 165-pound long lean frame. Wilson shows advanced mechanics and makeup on the mound from  a high ¾ arm slot and very quick arm speed. Easy delivery and easy effort make him even more projectable. Repeated mechanics every pitch and displayed a clean finish. The fastball (86-87 mph, T88 mph) showed late life with natural sink and he commanded the pitch very well to all quadrants of the zone. The breaking ball (73-77 mph) has late movement while the changeup (75-78 mph) tunneled well off of the fastball. The offspeed offering also showed late fade. Wilson has a solid 3 pitch aresenal and projects extremely well with long arms and long legs.


Had been as steady as they come for the Bucs’ staff this season, and he was heavily relied on in this series to close out both games for Hoover. In Game 1, Wilson relieved Smith in the 7th needing two outs to close the game out, but the tying run was at the plate and the two hitters he was tasked to face were both signed to SEC programs. The sophomore did not shy away from the opportunity, as he induced a fly out to left field and a groundout to 3rd to end the game. Also came in during the 5th inning in Game 2 and tossed two efficient innings before being relieved in the 7th. Worked up to the mid-80’s in both settings, but the feel to spin and locate a 72-73 mph knuckle-curve for strikes.


RHP Tyler Wilson (2023) was called on much earlier than he probably expected in relief, but the sophomore delivered some quality innings on the mound to keep his team in the game. Coming in the game to start the 3rd inning, Wilson pounded the zone early on at 84-85, 86 mph to the outer-half. His breaking ball seemed to be his go-to pitch in any count, as he poured in a steady diet of 72-73 mph benders consistently. Wilson ran lost command and worked himself into fastball counts and got hit around towards the back end of the appearance, but there’s a lot to like in terms of projection for the right-handed sophomore. Still a very slim 6-2, 165 pound frame.


6-foot-1, 165-pound projectable frame. Projectable on the mound, using a loose arm action he showed quick arm speed from a high ¾ arm angle. Uses easy effort in his delivery. Showed consistent balance point. Shows an athletic finish. Threw his fastball 86-86 mph; had running action and arm side command. Had command low in the zone and hard action on his 11/5 curveball (69-71). His changeup (73-74) has arm side control and tailing action.


Showed a fastball up to 80 mph with nice downhill action on the pitch. The arm actions are very clean and the fastball showed nice vertical break. The breaking ball showed some promise with late depth and should be a pitch that continues to advance as he gets older. The change up was 65- 66 mph with late movement. Slightly opened with the feet and he uses a small leg kick approach to gather the weight over the backside. Does a nice job staying synced throughout the swing and shows a middle to pull side line drive approach. The footwork during the pre field portion is very nice and he shows a quick transfer from glove to throw. He showed 81 mph across to 1B and is an intriguing ‘23 to keep an eye on.

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