Tyler Nemtuda
Tyler Nemtuda

CLASS OF 2020

LHP
OF

Tyler
Nemtuda

Florence-Darlington JC
Portage (HS) • IN
6-1 • 195LBS • R/L
Travel Team: Indiana Bulls

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2/16/2019: Tyler Nemtuda, LHP/OF, Portage HS, 2020, 6 foot 1, 195 pounds, throws from a longer arm action and high ¾ slot. Fastball is straight and sat 83-85 with some effort, CB is a little loopy with 1/7 down action and sat 67-70. Changeup showed some sink and sat 74-75.

9.17.18: Uncommitted, currently ranked No. 37 in Indiana’s 2020 class. 6-foot, 170-pound left-handed pitcher with athletic build. Fastball ranged between 80-84 with occasional arm-side run, and mixed in a 69-70 slurve. Inconsistent around the zone against the Nebraska Prospects.

9.14.17: Nemtuda has continued an upward trend in velocity that saw him jump to 83-85 with his fastball at the Future Games in August with even more, likely, on the way. The quick-armed left-hander repeats his delivery with ease, and uses a longer stride to deliver closer to the plate. His free and easy delivery allows him to find his high ¾ arm slot routinely, and deliver fastballs down in the zone with natural arm side run. Nemtuda’s changeup (74-75) is the pitch that he relies more heavily on, currently, and it features some late fading action while being thrown for strikes. His breaking ball took 2/8 shape at 67-70, and while it is a developing pitch, his loose arm makes me believe that it has a change to crossover into a firmer slider in the future. Overall, Nemtuda’s athleticism and loose left arm make him a player that recruiters will want to monitor closely moving forward.

7.3.17: 5-foot-10, 150-pound, lanky, athletic left-handed pitcher. Smooth delivery, works form a high ¾ arm slot, keeps body on-line, finishes falling towards third base. Fastball, run action, 81-83 mph. Changeup, fade, had feel for, 74-75 mph. Curveball, 2/8 shape, slows arm, 67 mph. Sparingly used curveball, relied more on changeup.

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