Dylan Leonard
Dylan Leonard
Dylan Leonard
Dylan Leonard

CLASS OF 2019

RHP
3B

Dylan
Leonard

Simsbury (HS) • CT
5-10 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CT Edge

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2019 National

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8/23/18

5-foot-10, 170-pound, average athletic frame, a well proportioned athlete, has room for future development. A right-handed hitter, works at third base and off the mound. At the plate, front foot starts open, gets back to even on the stride. The hands are held higher, are loose and work freely through the hitting zone. The back side lower half could be more engaged, swing is short and compact, line drive approach spraying it from gap to gap. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 82 mph and ran a 7.89. Defensively, works low, fields out front, with feet moving throughout, moves well to the glove side. The arm works out of a natural ¾ slot, clocked at 77 mph. The arm has enough strength to stick on the left side, has carry to the baseball. Off the mound, showed a solid two pitch mix. The fastball reached 79 mph, located down in the zone with action to the arm side. The breaking ball has proper spin and break to it, clocked at 65 mph. The delivery is simple, clean athletic leg raise, solid direction to the plate. A strike thrower, can help both off the mound and as a position player.

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.89

Exit Velocity: 82 MPH

Arm Velocity: 77 MPH


 
6/27/18

5-foot-10, 170-pound right-handed hitting third baseman. Ran a 7.45 sixty on the laser at the event. Threw 78 mph from third base across the diamond. The glove works well and he showed the ability to move through and to the ball with his feet. The ability to make the slow roller play and the 6-hole play must continue to be worked on. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 83 mph. The set up is wide in base, uses a knee to knee timing mechanism on the bottom half as the ball approaches. The hands work, need to be accelerated through contact. 1-handed finish after contact.

Tee Exit Velocity- 83 mph

INF Velocity 78 mph


 
 
3/6/18

5-foot-10, 170 pounds, average athletic build with rounded off shoulders, strong lower half. He’s seen some growth since his last event and should continue to fill out. A right-handed pitcher, Leonard works from a high ¾ slot, with a short, clean arm swing. Leonard generates some deception in the delivery with an extended leg kick, a slight sitting action on the backside, helping to hide the ball right up through his release. There are a few different stages in the delivery and consistently repeating them will help him reach his potential. When in sync, he gets good extension off his stride and downhill on his pitches. His hands start up at the chest, and posted times to the plate right at 1.65. Leonard works with a three pitch mix, showing comfort with all three. The fastball touched as high as 80 MPH, and consistently sat 77-78 MPH. He filled up the zone with the fastball. There is some armside run as well. He throws a big curveball at 61-64 MPH, it’s a strikeout pitch with 11/5 shape. He knows how to spin it and should continue developing comfort locating it in and out of the zone. The changeup shows promise. When not overthrown, it gets fade coming in between 66-69 MPH. Leonard is an intriguing prospect with a lot to like. Continuing to refine his command will help him get the most out of his pitches. He’s a follow this spring, the breaking ball shows serious swing-and-miss potential, and the fastball-changeup combination should keep batters off balance.


 
 
1/21/2017
5-foot-6, 140-pound, average athletic frame, shoulders are sloped, neck is long, shoulders are rounded, lower half is solid with some strength to them. A right-handed pitcher, the arm path is down to up, it’s clean on the backside. The delivery, is simple but deliberate, the hands start at the chest and have some movement upward with the leg raise. The separation is on time, breaks in a good position, stride length is online with some length to it, the lead leg is firm when it strikes, is on time. The ball comes out of a ¾ too high ¾ slot, fastball was located down in the zone, clocked at 74-77 mph, with more in the tank if he can get delivery to work a little quicker. The changeup was thrown for strikes and used good arm action to sell it, clocked at 66-69 mph. The breaking ball was thrown at 61-62 mph, rotation is correct needs to be thrown harder, spin is good and gets proper break when he stays behind it. Times to the plate were at 1.19. Three pitch pitcher at the moment, strength is a must, with getting delivery to be quicker, look for the fastball to climb. A right-handed hitter, took two solid rounds of BP. The stance is slightly open and feet are wider than shoulder width. The hands are held above the back shoulder, with elbow extended back. The lower half is under control and hits from a strong front side. The swing is level and finishes with two hands are shoulder height. The tee exit velocity was  74 mph.

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