Tyler Davis
Tyler Davis




Fresno State
San Joaquin Memorial (HS) • CA
6-1 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Fresno A's


2020 National

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CV Preseason ID

Recently committed to Fresno State, we’ve seen Davis showcase strong skills multiple times last season and he came out showing he was ready for a big senior season. Davis shows the versatility to play behind the plate or in the infield at the next level with athleticism in the hips and strength in the shoulders. At the plate he stays tall with the hands away from the back shoulder showing a controlled gather as the hands pull back and down towards the catcher putting him in a strong fire position. The barrel is quick into the zone producing easy carry and lift with strength to the middle of the field; he doesn’t force anything in the swing and this allows him to hit the ball hard consistently (90 EV) with some more pullside pop available when he wants to get to it. In the infield he showed good feet with lateral agility, especially to the glove side, keeping balls firm and accurate across the diamond. Behind the plate his blocking and receiving are both strong as was his consistent ability to keep throws on the bag during his pop times (2.07-2.12, 76 MPH). 


PBR NorCal Uncommitted Senior Games - Catcher Profile

High waisted, strong squared athletic frame with some space for projection. High hands stance with slight bend of the knees; uses a slight foot lift having the hands work back. Hits from behind the baseball timing his direct hands with the back hip allowing the quick hands to get to the baseball and driving through contact; balls jumped off the bat (93 EV) deep into gaps with natural lift in the bat path. Wide base with smooth transition from glove hand showing quick ability to recover from blocks; quick and smooth footwork allows the release to be consistent. Adding arm strength (75 MPH, 2.07-2.13 Pop) will be a positive for the profile. During games the defensive skills were on display having snap throws behind runners and showing consistently solid blocking skills and glove work. Offensively put together quality AB’s working counts deep and squaring the ball up with a long flyout to LF.


PBR Norcal Uncommitted Senior Games - Shined as perhaps the top overall defensive player at the event. Lean strong body on 6-foot-1, 185-pound frame, both strong and athletically agile behind the plate. Outstanding receiver on both sides of the plate, good both up and down in the zone, and with fastballs and offspeed pitches. Blocks balls in dirt as well as he receives. Pop times in workout from 2.07-2.13 with 75 mph as his high velocity. His footwork and agility work very well for him as a thrower. The release can shorten a bit and a bit more arm strength are areas for improvement. He will be able to catch top collegiate pitching. Offensively posted 93 mph exit velocity and showed good catcher footspeed with 7.07 60-yard dash.


Area Code Tryout - Uncommitted; Lean athletic build with lanky proportions, good body for the position, defensively the footwork and release allow his raw arm (72-73 mph) to play up; offensively took him a bit to work toward a comfort level, loose swing, has some wrap at in the set-up which creates length, does possess what appears to be good bat speed, barrel control was lacking in this BP look with multiple swing and misses, live AB game swings were competitive however with a 5-3 (87 mph FB from RHP) and 4-3(87 mph FB from RHP). Among uncommitted catchers in the 2020 class he is one to check in on for programs that have need. Plays at a highly successful HS program.

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