Bryan Webb

CLASS OF 2020

1B
LHP

Bryan
Webb

Grand Canyon
Corona del Sol (HS) • AZ
6-0 • 160LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Canyon Thunder

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2020 National

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3/16/18 - The young-bodied lefty continues to show advanced pitchability getting outs at the variety level without an overpowering fastball. He sat 76-78 on this day with signifiant arm side run, which represents a slight uptick from the winter. Webb pitched heavily off of his low 70's changeup on this day and was able to keep hitters off balance. He shows rare feel for the game, a sense of calm and control on the mound and does an excellent job controlling the run game. There should be plenty more size on the way for the sophomore that will give him the chance to add more veto to his already present pitchability. Committed to Grand Canyon shortly after this outing.
12/27/17 - Young 6-foot, 160-pound frame that projects to develop significantly over the remainder of his high school career. Two-way prospect has highest ceiling on the mound where he shows advanced pitchability with the ability to manipulate the baseball and even throw from multiple arm angles. Working exclusively from the stretch, Webb throws from a high ¾ arm slot with a very low front side that at times caused his body to race ahead of his arm. Sat 74-76 mph with his fastball, touching 77 with big time sink when he dropped down. Low 70’s changeup was best pitch on the day, a legitimate out pitch right now, showing late tumbling action and absolutely disappearing through the bottom of the zone at times. 67-69 mph curveball was in the zone with somewhat inconsistent rotation and should develop into a solid third pitch. Webb also easily the top 1B defender at the event, effortlessly gloving balls in the dirt and showing advanced footwork around the bag. Posted 75 mph infield velocity. Offensively made line drive contact when at his best, using a flat path and low finish to keep his barrel in the zone. Loads back elbow high; 82 mph exit velocity. Also posted 7.50 60-yard dash.
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