Ty Uber

CLASS OF 2021

RHP
OF

Ty
Uber

Stanford
Ponderosa (HS) • CA
6-3 • 225LBS • R/R
Travel Team: SHOW CALIFORNIA

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Best Of Stats

Pitching

Fastball

90.4
Velocity (max)
6/28/20
88.5 - 89.9
Velo Range
6/28/20
2399
Spin Rate (avg)
6/28/20

Changeup

84 - 84.2
Velo Range
6/28/20
2067
Spin Rate (avg)
6/28/20

Curveball

76 - 78
Velo Range
8/10/19
-
Spin Rate (avg)

Slider

79.5 - 81.7
Velo Range
6/28/20
2306
Spin Rate (avg)
6/28/20
Power
93.6
Exit Velocity (max)
6/28/20
88.2
Exit Velocity (avg)
6/28/20
345
Distance (max)
6/28/20
54
Sweet Spot %
6/28/20
Run
6.9
60-yard
6/28/20
-
30-yd
-
10-yd
-
Run speed (max)
Defense
-
INF Velo
92
OF Velo
6/28/20
-
C Velo
-
Pop Time

Positional Tools

2020
2019
60 Yard Dash
6.90
Outfield Velocity
92.0
Power / Speed Score
13.6
60 Yard Dash
6.97
Outfield Velocity
85.0
Northern California ProCase (INVITE ONLY)
Jun 28, 2020
Position
6.90
60-yard
92
OF Velo
94
Exit Velo
Area Code Games Tryout
Jul 12, 2019
Position
6.97
60-yard
85
OF Velo

Hitting

2020
Exit Velocity Max
93.6
Exit Velocity Avg
88.2
Distance Max
345
Distance Avg
206
Launch Angle Avg
16.9
Hard Hit %
Sweet Spot %
Line Drive %
Fly Ball %
Ground Ball %
Northern California ProCase (INVITE ONLY)
Jun 28, 2020
Trackman - Hitting
93.6
Exit Velocity (max)
88.2
Exit Velocity (avg)
206
Distance (avg)
345
Distance (max)
Hard Hit %
Sweet Spot %
Line Drive %
Fly Ball %
Ground Ball %

Hitting

Pitching

2020
Fastball
Velocity Max
90.4
Fastball
Velocity Avg
89.2
Fastball
Spin Rate Avg
2399
Fastball
Spin Score Avg
26.9
Fastball
Total Movement Avg
Changeup
Velocity Avg
84.1
Changeup
Spin Rate Avg
2067
Changeup
Total Movement Avg
Slider
Velocity Avg
80.6
Slider
Spin Rate Avg
2306
Slider
Total Movement Avg
Northern California ProCase (INVITE ONLY)
Jun 28, 2020
Trackman - Fastball
90.4
Velocity (max)
88.5 - 89.9
Velo Range
87.2
Eff Velocity (avg)
2,537
Spin Rate (max)
2,399
Spin Rate (avg)
IVB (max)
IVB (avg)
HM (max)
HM (avg)
Extension (avg)
Release Ht (avg)
Spin Score (max)
Zone %
Trackman - Slider
81.8
Velocity (max)
79.5 - 81.7
Velo Range
78.2
Eff Velocity (avg)
2,308
Spin Rate (max)
2,306
Spin Rate (avg)
IVB (max)
IVB (avg)
HM (max)
HM (avg)
Extension (avg)
Release Ht (avg)
Spin Score (max)
Zone %
Trackman - ChangeUp
84.2
Velocity (max)
84.0 - 84.2
Velo Range
82.5
Eff Velocity (avg)
2,088
Spin Rate (max)
2,067
Spin Rate (avg)
IVB (max)
IVB (avg)
HM (max)
HM (avg)
Extension (avg)
Release Ht (avg)
Spin Score (max)

Pitch Scores

Pitching Velos

2020
2019
Fastball
Velocity Max
90.0
Fastball
Velocity Avg
88.5
Changeup
Velocity Avg
84.0
Slider
Velocity Avg
80.0
Fastball
Velocity Max
90.0
Fastball
Velocity Avg
87.5
Curveball
Velocity Avg
75.5
Northern California ProCase (INVITE ONLY)
Jun 28, 2020
Pitching
90
Max FB
88 - 89
FB
84 - 84
CH
79 - 81
SL
Area Code Games Underclass
Aug 10, 2019
Pitching
90
Max FB
87 - 89
FB
76 - 78
CB
Area Code Games Tryout
Jul 12, 2019
Pitching
88
Max FB
86 - 88
FB
72 - 76
CB
79 - 0
CH

Game Performance

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Comments

6/28/20

Norcal ProCase - Pitcher Report

Body: 6-foot-3, 225-pounds. One look at the burly, physical, and athletic body and that box is checked.

Delivery: Smooth delivery, easy knee lift, swings leg slightly back as he gathers pre-separation, lead leg goes down and out with gliding move down the slope. Overhand slot, loose easy arm with clean on backside w/mid-thigh depth. On-line stride, lands with closed strike plant foot, maintains outstanding body control throughout, finishes delivery.

FB: Sat 88-90, T90.43 mph / 2399 avg spin rate (2537 max) / 12.6 avg IVB (max 15.3) / 8 avg horizontal movement (HM) (max 16.5) - The spin rate is above average in relation to MLB pitchers from the 2019 season (2266) and the max of 2537 scratches the very high range. Flashing a 15.3 IVB starts to paint the picture of how effective he can be up in the zone. To get there, his extension will have to start creeping higher from the average 5.18 we saw at ProCase. The average HM shows a mostly straight fastball but that max of 16.5, gave a glimpse of his ability to manipulate the ball to the arm side.

SL: 79-82 mph - 2306 avg spin rate / horizontal movement avg - 7.8 / zone % - 40% - the spin rate is approaching MLB average (2414) and the velocity is good. The movement and depth are on the smaller side of the ranges. He has the ability to spin it but the lack of bite indicates that the slider is more cutter than slider, which could be a good thing if that pitch is developed. This would be the area where he's going to have to develop most so as to develop a starter's type repertoire. The extension of 4.53 is part of the story regarding the lack of depth of the pitch.

CHG: 84 mph - Effective velocity avg of 82.5 / avg spin rate - 2067 spin rate / 7.8 HM / 5.27 extension - 13.1 IVB - this pitch has many similar attributes to his fastball, indicating the opportunity to use it in FB counts and find tremendous success. The release height of both pitches is nearly identical, the extension is a little better than on his fastball and the movement is greater. The spin rate is 300 rpm off the fastball, which results in downward movement in the zone, at about 7-8 mph less than the FB, just enough to get hitters on the front foot and elicit soft contact.

Pitching Summary: He got the raw stuff and the metrics that align very favorably with stuff. Coming from a small HS program and being a multi-sport AND multi-position baseball player means that he's not only a talented kid, but he's really just scratching the surface of who/what he can be on the mound. That arrow is pointed straight up... the gut feel says mid-rotation starter potential at the big league level. The development of the breaking ball is the key to that happening.

6/28/20

Norcal ProCase - Position Player report

Hit: RH - His Blast on-plane efficiency of 72% rates just above the ideal range of 70% or higher. The rotational acceleration numbers are an area to improve upon (avg 8.28 g). That number is an indication of how quickly a hitter can accelerate the bat into the swing plane, which then correlates to how long can he let the ball travel before committing to 'swing' or 'take' and that's a big deal. Uber is short to the ball and also short through it, seemingly leaving something in the tank when it comes to driving the baseball.

Power: 94 EV (avg 88 mph) in live BP (courtesy of TrackMan) using a wood bat. The max batspeed of 70.5 (courtesy of Blast) is in the ideal range of 66-78, as is his average of 67.08. Bat speed obviously correlates to power potential, though the average hand speed of 21.6 is slightly below the ideal range of 23-29 for pro level category. However, given that he's still a HS player, there is clearly room for development. 

Field: There are a couple (at least) of extra steps that he takes to get rid of the ball and though the surface the OFs had to field on was a bit shaggy, his approach was still on the conservative side. The footspeed obviously indicates potential for at least average range, though the methodical approach to the ball also starts to speak to how his first step plays. All that being said, the surface very well could have been a major contributing factor.

Arm: OF mph - 92 - The arm strength is clearly a plus tool. Gets plenty of carry on the throws though as mentioned in the fielding notes, the time it takes him to get rid of it does sap some of the impact his plus arm can have. His throws did track direct to the target with true backspin.

Run: 6.90 in the 60 yard on a turf surface. 6-foot-3, 225-pounds at that speed plays big time into his projectability.

Summary: The overall profile suggests that there are tools and talents to see how the offensive tools play out early in his college career and he should be given that chance to show what he can do as a corner OF. Stanford has produced many physical corner outfielders over the years, so it's in the realm of possibility. The gut feel here is that the pitching abilities will take precedence during his years on The Farm, with the raw stuff and more importantly, the underlying metrics supporting the raw stuff. A big and physical athlete with explosive athleticism, his ceiling as a pitcher would seem to be as a mid-rotation type of arm at the big league level. 

7/27/18

7/24-7/27/18 underclass tourney - Multiple reports from different scouts: XL frame with very long legs and small waist; wide shoulder and long arms with present strength throughout. One of the top 2021 pitchers in entire state; projectable body with ability to be workhorse Friday night guy at the next level. Simple, wide stance delivery on mound keeping hands mid chest away from body; hand break allows arm to come out cleanly and very fast. Compact, very quick arm with high-3/4 release; arm/ball stay hidden till very last second where it explodes on hitters. 5IP 9K’s 0R in dominant outing. FB 86-87 with extra life through zone and ability to change location of pitch; spots down with angle and has pitch run up through the zone for swing/miss. CB 73-76 with true 12/6 actions on tight spin; power pitch with ability to change shape to be more slider break as needed. True strikeout pitch. If he continues to perform the way he’s been showing should be a high draft pick in 2021. ///  Tall strong body type. Can dominate the zone with all his pitches. Fastball with sink that sits at 84-86 and maxed out 87, change-up sits at 76, and curveball is at 73 with sharp break. Works fast and has a good tempo on the mound. He has an explosive delivery and knows how to keep hitters off balance and use both sides of the plate with all pitches. Changes eye levels really well and goes right after hitters. Definitely a bulldog on the mound. He can also swing it he’s a right handed hitter with quick hands and some power. Not too fast but got good jumps on the bases. 

7/15/18

Summer tourney - Large frame with strong shoulders; very projectable pitcher-build with long legs and high-waist showing present strength across his wide shoulders. Plus tempo while standing tall on mound with hands at chest staying balanced over rubber before slight rock onto back leg and drop/drive for extension downhill; compact and quick arm before 3/4 delivery. FB 84-86 T 87 with plus life through the zone; pitch is rarely straight and able to be located to both sides of the plate. Was mainly arm-side in outing showing the ability to sink the ball under hitters' hands and regularly challenging them with the FB. CB 74-76 with late overhand snap showing above average bite in its 12-to-6 shape. Showed feel for pitch with ability to go back-to-back and ability to throw for strikes or have pitch snap through the zone for strikeouts. Best off-speed pitch all weekend. Very intriguing arm that oozes with potential.

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