Bryce Davis
Bryce Davis
Bryce Davis
Bryce Davis
Bryce Davis
Bryce Davis
Bryce Davis




Sparta (HS) • MI
6-3 • 200LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Grand Rapids Diamonds


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6-foot-3, 200 pound RHP committed to Toledo has a well developed frame. On the mound steps left, lowering his hands, moving into a high leg lift with high hands throwing over the top. Fastball was heavy going downhill 86-90 mph. Threw a 12/6 curve with a hard break 72-75 mph. Also a deceptive change up 80-81 mph

Currently the top uncommitted player in his class, Davis has a projectable. 6-foot-3, 200-pound frame with wide-shoulders. On the mound, he throws from an over-the-top arm slot and has a long arm action with quick arm speed. His fastball was straight with occasional run while sitting 84-88 mph while topping out at 89 mph. His curveball shows late, sharp break with 12/6 action while sitting 69-72 mph, being his out-pitch. His changeup sat 78-79 mph and was thrown with fastball arm speed. He shows the ability to repeat his delivery.

Currently uncommitted. 6-foot-3, 200-pound frame, strong athletic build, wide shoulders. Right-handed pitcher, works from over-the-top slot, sneaky fast arm, good hand acceleration. Fastball sat 86-87, mostly straight; has been up to 90 in the past. Curveball is go-to offering; shows potential of being true swing-and-miss pitch; flashes sharp, late 12/6 break at 67-68 mph, throws pitch aggressively. … Offensively, hits from right side, flashes raw pull-side power; registered 92-mph exit velocity with wood. Also ran a 7.22 laser-timed 60.

Davis has a wide-shouldered, projectable build at 6-foot-3, 194-pounds. He shows good rhythm as a hitter, with a short swing and good raw power. He does well with staying through the baseball with his swing and had the event’s highest exit velocity of 95 mph. On the mound, he has a quick arm from an over-the-top arm slot and sat 84-87 mph with his fastball that has good downward action. His 12/6 curveball sat 70-72 mph and had late, sharp break to it, throwing it with fastball arm speed. Sitting at 80 mph, his changeup was also throw with good arm speed and has similar action to his fastball.

6-foot-2, 180-pound prospect. Long, powerful swing with one-handed follow through. Consistently found barrel while showing pull side power. Bat exit speed registered at 91 mph. Smooth and athlete actions with soft hands at first base. Threw 82 mph across the infield. Over the top arm slot with aggressive, quick and loose arm action. Fastball jumped on the hitter at 84-87 mph. Curveball was a plus secondary pitch with 12/6 break at 66 mph. Changeup flashed potential as a third pitch with some sink. 

6-foot-2, 177-pound prospect. High-¾ arm slot with long levers. Fastball has life at 80-85 mph. Curveball with late break at 65-67 mph. Changeup backs up well with sink at 71-71 mph. Soft hands with good footwork around first base. Threw 75 mph across the infield. Ran a 7.32 60-yard dash. Loose athletic swing in a middle to pull approach. Bat speed registered at 88 mph.

6-foot-1, 165 pound long/lanky body prospect. Long arm swing and falls hard to first base side. Fastball sat 82-84 mph. Curve-ball had good depth at 69-71 mph. Change-up had decent sink at 73-75. Will be a good follow to see develop, will need to throw more strikes as time progresses. 
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