Tyler Ruff
Tyler Ruff

CLASS OF 2020

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Tyler
Ruff

WIndsor (HS) • CT
5-9 • 155LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Ct Bluejays

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2020 National

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2/23/19

5-foot-8, 170-pound, average frame, with sloped shoulders, strength throughout, has some twitchyness to him. A right-handed hitting outfielder, at the plate, feet are even, wider than shoulder width, hands are loose at the shoulders. For timing uses a simple pick up and put down, gains ground and hands get loaded back with tilt to bat. The swing is level through the zone, looks to stay in the middle of the field, spraying the baseball from gap to gap. The hands and wrists have pop and some quickness to them, exit velocity was clocked at 75 mph and ran a 4.53 from home to first. Defensively, arm was clocked at 73 mph, working out of a natural slot. The feet are quick, steps through hard during transfer, gains ground, with momentum behind the throw. Angles and routes were correct. Projects out for me as more of a left-fielder down the road.

Tee Exit Velocity- 75 mph
Arm Velocity- 63 mph
Home to 1st- 4.53


2/25/18

5-foot-7, 140-pound, smaller athletic frame. The shoulders are rounded, well proportioned athlete, has room for added weight and mass. A right-handed hitting outfielder, defensively, arm was clocked at 73 mph, throws from a higher slot. The prep steps leading into the footwork to and through the baseball are quick and advanced. The back foot steps through fast gain ground and building momentum. Throws were on target and on a line. At the plate, stance is balanced, the hands start high, feet are even. For timing, has separation, stride is simple and straight. The backside, pushes and glides forward, front leg is a bit soft on contact, could stay behind the baseball more on contact. The swing is down to level, barrel could stay in the zone longer and looks to roll hands at times. The approach is more middle of the field with line drives and ground balls. Finishing higher could help create slightly more lift and length to the swing. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 64 mph, and ran a 4.33 30 yard-dash. Strength is a must will aid in the development of parts of the game, has the athletic actions and movements to elevate the game.

30 Yard-Dash: 4.33
Tee Exit Velocity: 64 MPH
Arm Velocity: 73 MPH

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