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Oaks Christian (HS) • CA
6-0 • 170LBS • R/R


2019 National

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Spent just 12 games with Orleans this summer but showed good contact skills while hitting an impressive .408 over his 52 at bats. An undrafted draft-eligible underclassman in 2021, Thomas will return to USC to try and bolster his pro stock in 2022 – in order to do so he’ll have to convince evaluators he can hit for enough pop to keep pro arms honest.


USC signee. Continued to impress with the bat and his arm and above average speed from the outfield. At the plate he smacked a ball that went over the head of the right field allowing him to get all the way to third before taking home on a bobble from the first baseman. Slipped out of the box and clocked a 10.59 on the triple. There’s developing power to his game which should rear itself as he continues to fill out his wiry strong frame. The arm appears stronger and more accurate as he was throwing darts to the plate during pregame and made a very strong to third after ranging to his left and collecting the ball in the gap. There’s a whole lot of athleticism in his body that should allow him to stay in center field on the next level.


OF Rhylan Thomas was a big standout all weekend, consistently making hard contact and collecting multiple extra-base hits. He showed the ability to turn and drive balls, as well as go the other way. He has a thin, young frame with easy bat speed and the ball jumps. In the first round of the playoffs, he had two doubles—one to left field and one to deep right center. Had also was 4.05 down the line on a chopper to left side.


USC signee. Showed that his developing power is going to compliment his plus speed perfectly. Thomas clocked a 4.08 H-1 time on a 6-3 putout on a ball that was hit right at the shortstop. He showed off his speed again tracking a ball in deep right-center field for an out. He started on the 3rd base side of the mound got a great jump and coasted into position for the catch. For good measure he turned on a fastball in - the ninth pitch of the at-bat - and put it over the right-center field wall for a no doubter. The power element from the USC commit was unseen before this day.

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