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San Francisco
De La Salle (HS) • CA
6-1 • 190LBS
Travel Team: Kings Collegiate


2019 National

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One of the great breakout stories of the summer, Reyzelman took a long and winding road to Harwich, where he earned himself a spot at LSU for this coming season. A late bloomer who was cut from his high school team three years in a row before making the team as a senior, Reyzelman started his collegiate career at San Francisco, where he touched 97 mph as a freshman, only a year after his fastball sat in the mid-80s. But he had Tommy John surgery in March of 2020 and returned to game action just 10 months post surgery, then battled through some mechanical tweaks and finished this spring with a 6.17 ERA and 30 walks against 39 strikeouts in 35 innings. After the season, he entered the transfer portal and spent a month in Southern California working with Dave Coggin and physical trainers at Legends 365, then finally got the call to go to Harwich, where he dazzled in his first outing on July 5, running his heater up to 97 mph and striking out six over 2.2 IP. The next day he got an offer from LSU, and he’s been outstanding in his three outings since. Through 18.2 innings this summer, Reyzelman has a sparkling 29-5 K-BB mark and a 2.41 ERA. With a medium build at 6-foot-2, 188 pounds, Reyzelman has loose, athletic actions, good flexibility and body control. He has a long, slinky arm action with a low slot and a drop-and-drive delivery. In our brief look, Reyzelman was very comfortable working east/west with a fastball that sat 91-93 and bumped 95 mph, with slightly above-average spin rates in the 2300s. The pitch is particularly tough on righthanded hitters thanks to his low arm angle and arm-side life, but he also showed the ability to cut the pitch at lower velocities. His 86 mph changeup showed good arm speed and face, and he manipulated the shape on his breaking ball, showing a 75 mph sweeper and also a 78 mph slider with average bite and decent depth. The slider plays up because of his low slot, making it a swing-and-miss pitch against righties, though it works best to set up his heater.


vs Foothill in NCS D1 playoff - USF Dons commit; Showed velocity we'd not seen before, ticked 91 on first pitch of game and a 90 a little later, settled in around 87 mph, best when working arm side with above average run and occasional explosive late movement, also located well on glove side, can create scissor effect with his cross body stride, some slider were late and biting with big two plane break, utilized curveball on arm side and when thrown at front hip of right handed hitter it was a buckler. Good tempo, quick arm, could see a pretty sizable jump in raw stuff in college, one to watch for 2022 draft


at Valley Christian - San Francisco commit, worked a quick 1st inning before having his pitches flatten out in the 2nd leading to four Valley Christian runs. During his outing he struck out three giving up four hits and a walk in the 2nd inning of work. He’s got a big projectable frame with some growing strength in it. Reyzelman worked with good tempo on the hill showed stabbing action out of the glove before quickly and compactly getting to a ¾ release point. The big front leg causes some cross-fire action with times where he spins off the front leg. The mechanics came into issue during his 2nd inning where he fell behind in the count and hitters started looking for FB’s to hit. The FB was 83-85 T87 MPH in the 1st and working at the lower velo in his 2nd inning. He showed the ability to move the ball up and down in the zone and getting hitters to swing through the pitch up. Reyzelman’s CHG was hard showing some bottom to the glove side sticking in the 75-79 MPH range and using for a few ground balls. His SLD (70-71 MPH) had sweep with flashes of more bite in its shape and being able to throw it to both sides of the plate.


7/19/18 Upperclass Tourney - Lean body type, good arm, loose and quick, topped at 84 mph, worked 82-83, good tempo and can work quickly, high arm slot, possesses a 'get it over' curveball early in counts and is able to put more on it for outs in 2-strike situations, good sharp break on that breaking ball. Projects well.

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