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American Heritage Delray (HS) • FL
6-3 • 210LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Rawlings Stealth


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After scuffling the first half of the season, Bruno made a mechanical adjustment by getting his arm moving a bit earlier in his delivery and it has made a world of difference. Although his velocity was down in his appearance against Cal when he sat 92-94, he was up to 98 against UCLA earlier this spring. His fastball also shows good ride, but his best pitch is a power changeup. His slider is a work-in-progress in the upper-80s. For the season the 6-foot-3, 220-pound Bruno has struck out 47 in 29.2 innings. He should be selected mid-Day Two (4th-6th rounds).


USA CNT: A lack of control (14 walks in four innings) kept Bruno off the mound for most of his 2021 freshman year, but he made big strides as a sophomore and emerged as a key bullpen piece for an Omaha team, finishing 6-1, 2.72 with 71 strikeouts against 35 walks in 39.2 innings. That walk rate is still high, but he’s trending in the right direction, and his stuff is tantalizing. Bruno has a physical, durable 6-foot-3, 190-pound physique and a short arm circle to a high slot. His electric arm produced 93-97 mph heat for Team USA, featuring above-average to plus spin rates that sometimes reach the 2400s. The pitch can explode on hitters up in the zone, but he has a tendency to overthrow at times, inhibiting his command. Bruno’s second pitch is a power changeup at 86-89 with decent diving action, and it’s a slightly above-average pitch when he throws it with conviction. Bruno also flashes a wipeout slider at 84-85 mph, showing elite spin into the 3100s, and the pitch can be devastating against lefties when he’s got feel for it, but he has thrown the pitch sparingly in our looks this summer between Team USA and the Cape, suggesting his command of it might still be developing.


Stanford recruit. Currently ranked No. 15 in the Florida 2020 Class. Currently stands at 6-foot-2, 175 pounds with a very projectable, athletic frame. Continues to make strides in repeating his delivery and trending upwards. The arm is electric and was up to 89 mph, striking out two during the game. Everything has a lot of potential, but his best offspeed pitch was the changeup, which he showed a feel for at 75-76 mph. The curveball worked 73-74 mph. Also, had a hard hit line drive to center. Overall, he has high level arm talent and athleticism and continued strength to go with innings pitch should see continued jumps in both command and velocity. Overall, very high ceiling and potential 2020 draft follow.  


Currently stands at 6-foot-2, 165 pounds with a tall, projectable frame. Arm works easy from the left side. Mostly sat 87-88 mph, touching 89 a few times along with 90 once with his fastball. Also mixed in a 72-74 mph curveball that showed depth, changeup displayed some late sink at 77-79 mph. At times can fall off to the third base side, causing his pitches to tail out of the zone. As he continues to become more consistent with his landing and fill out his frame, look for Bruno to not only make another jump in velocity, but to his overall stuff. Strong follow for the 2020 class. 


Bruno would come out working 86-88 mph with a more compact arm action and showing a feel for a curveball and changeup . Bruno would hold Benjamin in check through four innings, striking out six. The arm action has always been loose and easy, but is becoming more repeatable. The curveball worked 69-72 with the changeup working 79-80 mph.


After standing out at the Future Games, the 6-foot-2, 165 pound left hander has an extremely high ceiling. There are some present mechanical issues, as he tends to over throw causing the arm not to work as freely as it can work from the outfield. From a high 3/4 slot, he has an extremely quick arm and as he learn to stay tall down the mound and let his arm work more freely, he will make some major strides. The fastball worked 83-85 mph and was 87 mph from the outfield, there is a lot of life,especially down in the zone. The curveball shows potential at 71-72 mph and a feel for the changeup at 75-76 mph. Offensively, the is an uphill path and some feel for the barrel. Overall,there is a lot of tools and room for growth which makes his ceiling extremely high. 


The 6-foot-2, 155 pounder has an extremely projectable, long, lean frame. He stood out on the workout day with his throws from the outfield and his arm works extremely well and really stands out topping at 89 mph from the outfield. On the mound, the arm works just as easy. From a 3/4 slot, the fastball ranged from 83-86 mph, coming out of his hand extremely well with late life. As he continues to fill out he should make some big jumps. The curveball worked from 68-73 mph and when he is extended and on top it has depth while also mixing in a changeup at 72-74 mph. Offensively, the left-handed hitter hits from an upright stance and uses his long levers to generate some present pull side power. There is a lot to like about Ryan, with the tools and frame projecting extremely well at the next level.  

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