Wylie Waters
Wylie Waters
Wylie Waters




Sentinel Secondary (HS) • BC
6-2 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: North Shore Twins


2022 National

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Waters, 6-foot-2, 185-pounds, was one of the best players at PCB this weekend. It seemed that every time you turned your head, he was circling the bases. There’s a different sound coming off his bat and has a very smooth swing for an RHH. He can drive the ball to all fields and has a plus hit tool. In the field, he can really pick it. He uses his 6-foot-2 frame to cover a lot of ground and seemed to make it look easy out there. Waters very well could be the MVP of the tournament with his multiple XBH’s, including an inside the park homerun. Uncommitted, Waters should be on everyone’s radar after this weekend.


One of the top position players in the 22 class, Waters, capped off a solid 2021 campaign with a strong fall, headlined by an impressive performance while on the collegiate fall trip with Mizuno BC facing college competition. Waters showed he could play all over the infield, with smooth actions and a strong arm from the left side, demonstrating some good range up the middle.  Waters demonstrated a balanced and repeatable swing with great bat speed at the plate. Clean and fast actions in the box, hits to all fields and shows home run potential to his pull side, showcased by a 103mph exit a few weeks ago during cage work. Waters had multiple extra-base hits against college arms and consistently finds hard barrel contact. Waters has the talent to jump into a starting role at a college right now, as he would be an excellent get for a post-secondary institution.


Wylie Waters,  (BC), 2022
Positional Profile: SS/3B
Body: 6-2, 180-pounds. Large build with some strength.
Hit: RHH. Slight open, bent at waist. No load with hands Solid contact, room for added rhythm, Gets uphill when he's late.
Power: 96.8 max exit velocity, averaged 85.7 mph. 327’ max distance.
Arm:  INF - 70 mph.  Throws from a 3/4 slot. Slightly pushy with the arm action. Low effort arm action with more in the tank.
Defense: Hands are soft, some give into the body. Good feel with the glove. Calm feet and puts himself in a good spot to field.
Run: 7.71 runner in the 60.


Waters is one of the top middle infield players in his class from BC and is someone who has a chance to be impactful on both sides of the ball. The bat jumps out and the ability to use the middle of the field with present gap power. He uses a leg kick to load and works with an uphill path to contact. Defensively, there is arm strength across the diamond with feel to make plays. There can be more togetherness with the hands and feet, but Waters is an athletic player who will add more strength to his frame as he matures and gets older. We like the upside and believe he is poised for a big 2021. 

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