Ryan Wrobleski
Ryan Wrobleski
Ryan Wrobleski
Ryan Wrobleski




Dallas Baptist
Eden Prairie (HS) • MN
6-0 • 200LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Starters Elite
2018 National

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After having his freshman season at North Iowa Area Community College in 2019 cut short due to injury, the 6-foot, 200 pound backstop committed to Dallas Baptist where he got oft to a solid start in the 2020 season, batting .271 with three home runs in 48 at-bats. His approach is to use all fields while having the intent to do damage. Behind the plate, Wrobleski shows soft hands and the ability to control the running game. He will show a plus arm, which plays in the outfield as well, with very good carry and little effort. College catchers are always in high demand around draft time, and super athletic ones who can throw, defend and have a chance to hit tend to be in short supply.

6/10/19: After having his Freshman season at North Iowa Area Community College cut short due to injury, Wrobleski has picked back up where he left off. The 6-foot, 185 pound backstop committed to Dallas Baptist University leading into his first spring, and will have four years of NCAA eligibility moving forward after being granted a medical hardship. Wrobleski showed soft hands and the ability to control the running game. A plus arm, which plays in the outfield as well, shows great carry with little effort. His approach used all fields and had the intent to do damage. His pregame BP included several towering home runs to all fields, which translates to games with two HR, one 2B and one 3B through his first 31 at-bats in a Honker uniform. Great athlete to follow in the future as he begins his career at DBU. (DeGagne)

7/15/17- PBR ProCase- Uncommitted, currently ranked No. 12 in Minnesota’s 2018 class. 6-foot, 185-pound right-handed hitting catcher, lean/athletic build with room for continued added strength. Tall, balanced setup, consistent hard contact with lift, maintains balance through contact. Registered 93 mph exit velocity. Defensively, received and blocked well in games, confident receiver. Above average arm strength, 76 mph from the crouch, clean exchanges and athletic feet, longer arm action. Pop times ranged between 2.00-2.08, mostly on target. Ran a 7.40 laser-timed 60.

3/20/17- 5-foot-11, 185-pound right-handed hitting catcher. Currently #9 prospect in MN 2018 rankings. Has made solid improvements since August. 7.25 runner. Tall athletic stance, body load, slight arm bar in load, lift through contact, shows pop in bat, aggressive swinger, drives ball gap to gap, 88 mph exit velocity. Presents well to pitcher, early target, above avg. blocker- keeps ball in front, easy actions behind plate with confident demeanor. Longer arm action, avg./ok footwork, accurate to bag, clean exchanges, above avg. arm strength, 82 mph arm strength with 1.91-2.01 pop times. On mound; slight lean at balance point, long draw on backside, with quick arm action out front. Fastball was 85-86 mph, easy effort, with heavy sink at plate. 11/5 breaking ball shows late break and tight rotation. Drop action on changeup with solid depth.

2016 Future Games- 6-foot, 175-pound right-handed hitting catcher. Solid frame, stronger lower half, with room for added strength. Wrobleski ran a 7.49 60, showed 77 mph arm strength from behind the plate, recorded a 2.01 pop time, and an 88 mph exit velocity. Tall upright stance, short load, minimal rhythm, quiet head, clean path, some stiffness with 2 hands on bat, works middle of field. Clean quick exchange, longer arm action, solid arm strength with carry, solid job handling pitchers, shows ability to block, solid performer at event.

5/3/16- 5-foot-11, 175-pound right-handed hitting catcher. 7.6 runner. Strong build. Tall athletic stance. Deeper load. Clean bat path. Flashes above avg. strength in swing. Some lift at contact with mid/pull approach. 86 mph exit velocity. Quality low set-up behind plate. Receives low and away pitches well. Above avg. arm with clean path and carry/accuracy on throws. Extra step in footwork but makes up for it with 75 mph arm strength producing 1.99 pop time. Strong Follow in 2018 class.

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