Tyler Garrison
Tyler Garrison
Tyler Garrison
Tyler Garrison

CLASS OF 2015

C
3B

Tyler
Garrison

Iowa Western CC
Mill Valley (HS) • KS
6-0 • 205LBS • L/R

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2014 KABC 5A All-State - 2nd Team
8/6/14 - Garrison is a physical 6-foot, 200-pound left-hand hitting catcher.  Balanced set-up at the plate, slightly open stance, simple hand load, minimal inline stride, slightly uphill bat path, fast bat, excellent balance and extension though the baseball.  Repeatedly squared up the baseball in batting practice.  Line drive gap-to-gap approach.  Exit velocity 85 mph, 4.27 home to first base from the left side.  Advanced approach, power projection.  Behind the plate showed quick feet, short over-the-top throw, quick release, 1.91-2.08 pop times, 77 mph throwing velocity - top mark in camp.  Most throws were accurate, on the inside of the bag.  Left-hand hitting catchers are rare and Garrison stood out defensively and can swing it with authority – he is one of the top uncommitted class of 2015 prospects in the area.

2/17/14 - The sturdy-framed 5-foot-11, 190-pound Garrison is a left-hand hitting catcher.  At the plate he has a balanced set-up, smooth hand load and short inline stride.  He showed good balance throughout his swing with a short, level bat path and loose hands – a mostly gap-to-gap approach with some juice. His exit velocity was clocked at 86 mph and he ran a 4.39 home-to-1B from the left side.  During the defensive evaluations Garrison’s home-to-2B pop time was timed in the 2.15-2.19 range with a throwing velocity of 80 mph, the highest of all of Kansas HS catchers at the event.  He showed quick feet and very simple throwing mechanics using a short over-the-top throwing motion.  Most of his throws were on or near the bag. Garrison was also featured in a PBR Plus story by national writer Nathan Rode earlier this week: The Hotlist: Left-handed Hitting, Uncommitted Juniors.
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