Colman Dyer
Colman Dyer
Colman Dyer

CLASS OF 2021

RHP
SS

Colman
Dyer

Curry College
Wachusett Regional (HS) • MA
6-0 • 160LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Nor'Easters New England

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3/04/20

6-foot, 160-pound, average athletic frame. Sloped shoulders, showing wiry strength. A right-handed pitcher, pounds the zone with a three pitch mix. The delivery is simple, athletic lift, stays on the backside, lands in line with length to the stride, gets out front on release with extension. The arm path is short and clean, working from a natural 3/4 slot, having minimal effort to it. The fastball has arm side action to it, sitting at 78-79 mph. The changeup is a plus pitch, fade, action to arm side, clocked at 73-74 mph, compliments and works off the fastball well. The breaking ball was clocked at 69-70 mph, later break, with tight spin. Solid follow, is going to throw strikes and compete at a high level. 

10/05/19

6-foot, 160-pound right-handed pitcher. Threw the ball extremely well at the event as he has improved immensely since the last time we saw him. The command was solid and he showed good secondary pitches. The delivery online with the feet and the slot is above 3/4. The lift is athletic, small coil at the top and he stays closed to foot strike. The fastball sits 77-78 mph with arm side run. The spin pitch is 69-70 mph, solid in shape. The changeup is 72-74 mph with arm side fade. 

2/10/19

6-foot, 160-pound right-handed pitcher. The fastball sat 75-76 mph, minimal arm side run to the pitch. The breaking ball is 12/6 and shows a nice shape, sitting 67-69 mph. The changeup is 70-72 mph, needs a spin fix. The delivery is online with the feet and above 3/4 slot. The tempo is smooth and fluid, the tracking of the front shoulder is done appropriately. The post foot is on top of the rubber and needs to be posted in front of the slab. Good looking young arm with the makings of good secondary pitches.

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