Dylan Day
Dylan Day




Northern Colorado
Santa Rosa (HS) • CA
6-6 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CCB


2020 National

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PBR Norcal Uncommitted Senior Games - 

Very projectable build at 6-foot-6, 190-pounds with wide shoulders and frame to add weight/strength. Hands stay wide through athletic delivery allowing full arm swing to 3/4 getting extension and having the FB dart through the zone. FB 84-86 life in the zone and spotting gloveside. CHG 76-78 with late bottom; swing and miss Change. CB 68-71 overhand 12/6 flashing bite and feel; able to throw into and out of the zone for strikes. Late life on all pitches, with hitters routinely swinging through and late to the fastball and the CB breaking deep into the zone. He looks to have the ability to put well-above-average spin on the ball. Outstanding projectability with a ceiling that has a chance to significantly high.


PBR Underclass Games - 6-foot-5, 165-pounds, long and lanky, lots of strength to gain, projectable young body. Loose arm works quite easily, overhand slot, deep backside arm action, good delivery rhythm, gets to good extension, cross body stride does make him work around the middle of his body and saps some of the power he could access. Arm speed is there and feel of the ball is there in the event that he gets enough physicality and strength. Maintains good body control during the delivery with a quiet head. Attacking style and puts pressure and controls the tempo. Fastball has some angle at its best and some length through the zone. Big curveball and displayed some feel of the change-up. Good one to see in the spring.


BAWS 2018 - Long and lanky, an awful lot of room on his 6-foot-5 165-pound frame. Simple delivery keeping hands at waist. High-3/4 release  after using front elbow to hide pitches and create deception. Late quick arm with ability to work quickly and attack the zone. Fastball 78-82 mph showing angle down through the zone; regularly stays on top of the ball to get excellent angle and attack hitters. Looks to attack glove side with pitch and was able to extend zone using pitch. Curveball 63-66 mph 12/6 with tight overhand spin. Limited depth in pitch and slower spin but located well and used in all counts. Change-up 71-72 mph with arm side run. Limited usage in outing but flashed effective. Worked very efficient two innings.

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