Ryan Parent
Ryan Parent

CLASS OF 2020

1B
RHP

Ryan
Parent

Eastern Connecticut State University
St. Paul Catholic (HS) • CT
6-3 • 230LBS • L/R
Travel Team: CT Crush 17u

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2020 National

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7/24/18

6-foot-3, 230-pound, strong, large, athletic frame. A monster left-handed hitter, one of the better hitters at this event. The hit tool is by far his best tool. At the plate, is balanced throughout, front foot slightly open, hands are loose, held above the shoulders. The swing is down to level to up, keeps the barrel in the zone and stays through the baseball, rolling hands late creating lft and loft. The approach is from gap to gap, with showing big power to the pull side. The lower half is under control, gets back side engaged, stride is soft and on time. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 85 mph, hard contact both in batting practice and in game play. Defensively, hands are super soft, with a smooth transfer into the throwing hand. The arm action is short and clean, works from a natural ¾ slot, clocked at 69 mph, had good touch on all throws. The arm was clocked at 69 mph across the diamond. Chance to really hit and hit with power at the next level, get out and see him.

Home-First: 5.01
Exit Velocity: 85 MPH
Arm Velocity: 69 MPH

6/27/18

6-foot-3, 230-pound left-handed hitting first baseman and pitcher, showcased very well. On the mound, the fastball touched 79 mph, true in shape. The spin pitch is big in shape, sat at 66 mph. The changeup is a work in progress, sat at 72 mph, needs fade and sink to the pitch. The delivery is online, the slot is above ¾. The tracking of the front shoulder is appropriate and the arm is clean. The post foot is on top of the rubber, needs to be posted in front. The lift is rigid and repeated. Arm strength guy. Positionally, ran a 7.85 sixty on the laser. The glove is solid around the bag, and he is huge target to throw to. Threw 70 mph across the diamond to third base. The bat has a chance to be very dynamic. The tee exit velocity of 87 mph, big and left-handed. The stance is even in base, the front foot steps into the pitch. The swing is flat and long through contact, tries to keep his hands inside at contact. Good feel for the swing, hammered the ball in live action.

Tee Exit Velocity- 87 mph
INF Velocity- 70 mph
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