Ryan Niedzialkowski
Ryan Niedzialkowski
Ryan Niedzialkowski
Ryan Niedzialkowski
Ryan Niedzialkowski

CLASS OF 2023

3B
SS

Ryan
Niedzialkowski

CM Wright (HS) • MD
6-2 • 215LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Bel Air Travel
2023 National

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7/14/21

Maryland Top Prospect Games II

Body: 6’1”, 210 pounds. Strong, thick frame with efficient power all over the build. 
Hit: RHH. Slightly open, narrow setup with a calm start in the hands at the shoulder. Utilized a stretched load straight back outside the shoulder coupled with a controlled leg hang stride in order to initiate a lightning quick barrel through a flat path into the hitting zone. Generated tons of success contacting the ball out at the front of the plate, with some of the twitchier swings of the event. Showed off present bat speed that resulted in consistent hard contact to the pull-side of the field while hitting into a stiff front side. 
Power: 95 mph exit velocity during BP per TrackMan. Easy doubles power and extra base hits from a middle of the order role. Can really get into one and drive it out of the park to pull. 
Arm: RH. INF - 79 mph. Glove tap into a moderate arm circle, high ¾ slot. 
Defense: Kept the feet moving positively towards the target from a moderately low position with solid glove hand attributes; worked down to up and beat the ball to the spot yielding consistent pace during defensive evaluations. 
Run: 7.34 60-yard time.

3/07/21

Maryland Preseason All-State Session I

Body: 6’1’’, 220 pounds. Strong, projectable frame with good proportions in the build. 
Hit: RHH. Tall, narrow and slightly open start with a short lift and replace stride to initiate the swing through a slightly vertical path into the hitting zone. Low intent, but connected throughout allowing for some thump through the middle part of the field. Recorded a 57% line drive rate during his round, notching a 21% hard hit rate (batted balls over 90 mph). Developing bat to ball skills will only further success offensively (66% on-plane efficiency via Blast Motion).
Power: 93 mph exit velocity during BP per TrackMan. Up to a 332 foot peak batted ball distance pointing towards present doubles power with room for more. Big time power potential down the line. 
Arm: RH. INF - 77 mph. Short, three-quarter slot with a whippy release across the diamond, slight ASR on the carry. 
Defense: Quick first step and stayed light on his feet, beat the ball to the spot with down chest angles, but stood up after fielding. Accurate throws across the diamond with adequate pace from the hot corner during defensive evaluations. More in the tank. 
Run: 7.88 60-yard time.

2/16/20

Preseason All-State Session II

Positional Profile: RHP/2B
Body: 6’0”, 175 pounds. Athletic, projectable frame.
Hit: RHH. Hits from a taller, balanced, slightly open stance at the plate with hands pre-set. Quick toe-tap load and stays short to the ball with a level swing path. Stays behind the ball with some lower half involvement. Creates some bat speed through the zone and finishes strong with two hands. Worked mostly line drives middle to the pull side during BP.
Power: 79 mph exit velocity from the tee. Gap type pop with more developing. 
Arm: RH. INF - 66 mph. Throws with short arm action from a mid three-quarter slot. 
Defense: Works through the ball fielding it out in front with a quick, clean exchange. Showed some range and ability to change arm angles on various types of plays. 
Run: 4.59 home-to-first time.

Delivery: Small, side rocker step into a chest high leg lift. Easy, loose effort down the mound into his landing position. Generates good torque with his midsection. Glove separation is on time with delivery. Lands on line with the target and displayed athletic actions through his follow through. 
Arm ActionRH. Throws downhill from a mid three-quarter arm slot.
FBT74 mph, 69-73 mph. Thrown consistently around and in the strike zone.
CB: 61-63 mph. Long, loopy 11/5 plane.
CH64-65 mph.

8/07/19

MD Top Prospect Games II

Athletic body type and projectable 5’11’’, 152 pound frame. Hits from a balanced, athletic, slightly open stance. Toe tap load and short, level swing path. Stays behind the ball and generates some lower half involvement. Gets good extension past contact and finishes strong with one hand. Nice middle of the field line drive approach with occasional pop. More power projected as he continues to fill out. Recorded a 72 mph exit velocity. Stays low to the ground on approach to the ball in the infield. Works through the ball gaining ground on throws to first base. Fields the ball out in front and funnels to chest. Showed quick, clean exchanges and throws with short arm action from a low three-quarter slot at 67 mph across the diamond. Ran a 8.03 60-yard time. Up-tempo, side-step wind-up and leg kick into a tall balance point. Clean hand separation and smooth stride down the hill. Lands square to the plate with an upright finish. Long back arm action that gets short before release. Throws from a high three-quarter slot with regular effort. Creates some arm speed through release. Fastball sat 68-70 mph and touched 71 mph with arm-side run. Breaking ball showed some gradual 10/4 shape at 60-61 mph.

3/03/19

MD Junior Future Games Trials

Tall, solid body type and 5’9’’, 150 pound frame. Hits from a balanced, square stance with hands held high in a pre-loaded position. Small stride and a short, direct, level swing to the ball with some pop. Showed quick hands and some bat speed. Gets some extension and lower half involvement as well. Recorded a 70 mph exit velocity and ran a 5.10 home-to-first time. Up-tempo side-step wind-up and high leg kick into a tall, compact balance point with hands set high. Clean hand separation and smooth down-hill delivery. Throws with longer arm action from a high three-quarters slot with easy effort.  Creates some arm speed through release and lands square to the plate with an upright finish.Fastball sat 70-72 mph, breaking ball was 60-62 mph with some tight spin and sharp 11/5 shape, and change-up sat 62-64 mph.

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