Ryan Lorenzo
Ryan Lorenzo
Ryan Lorenzo
Ryan Lorenzo
Ryan Lorenzo




Trinity Pawling (HS) • CT
5-10 • 165LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CT Rangers


2022 National

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Ryan Lorenzo: 1B/3B, (2022) out of Trinity Pawling, CT. is a lean, athletic 5-foot-10, 165-pound infield prospect. At the plate, the right-handed hitter recorded an exit velocity of 89 MPH, with a (63.17 mph bat speed average) and (23.38 mph hand speed average). Lorenzo starts in a wide, open stance with the hands relaxed off the back shoulder. A small load and a closed stride initiate a swing that takes an uphill path through his finish. In the infield, he was 68 MPH on his throws across the diamond, while showing he had soft hands, a clean exchange, and consistent footwork fielding ground balls. In the 60-yard dash, his time was 7.57.

Exit Velocity: 89 mph

Arm Velocity: 68 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.57


Ryan Lorenzo: 1B/3B, (2022) New Fairfield, CT. 5-foot-10, 165-pound solid build. In the box, the right-handed hitter's best exit velocity was 89 mph. (66.69 mph bat speed average). (23.70 mph hand speed average). Starts in a wide stance with a compact load, then uses a small leg kick. Has an uphill swing plane, developing bat speed and good extension on his finish. During his round he produced loud contact, finding the barrel. Gap to gap approach. Solid while in the infield, made throws at velocities up to 72 mph; shows consistent feet, a clean exchange, and sure hands. Fielded the ball out front with developing movement laterally. Clocked a 60 time of 7.5 at the event.  (Max spin ; Avg ). 

Scout Evaluation 

Ryan Lorenzo, New Fairfield, 2022, CT

Position: 1B/3B

Body: 5-foot-10, 165-pound solid build.

Hit: (RHH) Started in a wide stance with a compact load, then used a small leg kick. Developing bat speed. Good extension on his finish, uphill swing. Gap to gap approach. 

Power: 89 mph exit velocity, average 81.63 mph. 66.69 mph bat speed average. 23.70 mph hand speed average.

Defense:  (IF) Sure hands, consistent footwork, clean exchange. Solid.  Fields the ball out front, movements laterally were developing. 

Arm: 72 mph infield velocity. 

Speed: 7.50 (60-yard).


5-foot-10, 165-pound, strong, solid athletic frame. Rounded shoulders wider back, put together well, hands and wrists have very good strength. A right-handed hitter, starts in open wider stance. The hands are loaded, are back on foot strike. The swing is level to up, hands are inside the baseball. The approach is more middle to pull side, creates lift and backspin. The batting practice round was impressive, had an exit velocity of 91 mph. Defensively, moves well around the bag at first, quick feet, soft hands on the catch. The arm was clocked at 72 mph, an average runner at 7.20. Look for him to hit at the next level, need to see this summer.

Exit Velocity: 91 mph

Arm Velocity: 72 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.20


5-foot-10, 170-pound, average athletic, broad shoulders with a wider back. A right-handed hitter, recovery from an arm injury. At the plate, swings it really well, hard consistent contact in his two rounds of batting practice. The stance is balanced, starts wider, open, gets back to even with stride. The hands are held higher, loose and relaxed. On foot strike are back in a loaded position. The swing is level to up, getting through the baseball, creating natural lift and loft to it. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 87 mph, shows good bat speed, enough juice to drive the baseball into the gaps. Ran a 7.53 sixty-yard dash. Potential to hit at the next level, good follow. 

Tee Exit Velocity: 87 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.53


5-foot-10, 179-pound, average athletic frame with sloped shoulders, with room to add mass and weight on. A two-way player, a right-handed hitter, spread out approach, hands are set at the shoulders, simple pick up and put down with stride foot. The swing is level to up, barrel stays in the zone, approach is more middle to pull, short compact swing. The hands work with easy effort, had a tee exit velocity of 87 mph, baseball jumps off the bat. Ran a 8.02 sixty-yard dash. Defensively, threw 69 mph across the diamond, arm works out of a ¾ slot. The hands are soft, fields out front. Needs to get off the blocks quicker, with lateral movement.  Off the mound, simple delivery, hands start and stay low. The lift is athletic, needs to stay over backside a tick longer, looks to get down the mound quickly. The direction is inline, with a strong front glove, minimal pull. Should a solid two pitch mixer, has sink to the two seamer, fastball was clocked 72 mph, with more in the arm as the arm gains strength. The breaking ball showed proper spin, clocked at 58 mph. Arm strength and overall conditioning is a must.

Exit Velocity: 87 mph

Arm Velocity: 69 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 8.02

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