Tyler Reichenborn
Tyler Reichenborn
Tyler Reichenborn
Tyler Reichenborn

CLASS OF 2016

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Tyler
Reichenborn

St. Louis
Blaine (HS) • MN
5-11 • 185LBS • R/R

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Committed to St. Louis out of Iowa Western CC. 
6/16/15- MN Top Prospect
5-foot-10, 175-pound right-handed hitting outfielder. Physical player with above average tools and explosive actions. Reichenborn’s performance enabled him to receive an invitation to the PBR Pro-Case in Chicago. Strong run tool; clocking 6.65 in the 60. Solid actions in the outfield. Gets good jumps on baseball and tracks well. Arm strength has improved; routinely throwing 87 mph with carry and accuracy. Strength in bat. 93 mph exit velocity. Smoked oppo-gap triple off 90 mph fastball. Will push balls the other way at times. Somewhat raw; Reichenborn has exceptional package of tools and skills that will make him a highly sought after commodity for various college programs.
2/28/15- MN Preseason All-State
5-foot-10, 175-pound outfielder with an angular athletic build who ran a 6.65 60.  Fast twitch athlete with strength. Reichenborn continues to impress with his strength and tools. Swing is raw with front shoulder tilt and uphill swing plane to start. Swing begins to level out at contact and he produces hard contact with ability to hit balls with authority to all parts of the field. Shows power to pull side of field. 93 mph exit velocity off tee. Shows ability to field and hands work in outfield. Long extended arm action with pause in back. 80 mph arm strength. High Follow player for 2016 class. Has tools and physicality you can’t teach. Needs refinement in some areas and is one of the most projectable players in the state.
October 2014
6-foot, 180-pound outfielder. Physical player with projectable pro body. Long legs with wide shoulders and present strength.  6.82 60 time. Hits from wide base with minimal movement.  Still is able to drive baseball with above average strength. Line drive swing plane with solid contact to gaps. 87 mph exit velocity. Shows good outfield actions with appropriate routes and angles on balls. Arm works from over-the-top slot. 80 mph from outfield. Explosive at times. Profiles as physical athletic right fielder at college level. With continued development will be High Follow for college teams heading into the spring.

10-3-2018:Lean, athletic built center fielder. Short to the ball with a line drive swing path. During BP would occasionally cut it loose to his pull side and lift the ball for near average raw power. Plus runner, but did not show aggressive, base stealing abilities during the game, nor did his speed translate to above average range in CF on this look. Walked three times, hit by pitch and struck out two times, once on a fastball, the other a slider. Swung through three other fastballs in the zone on the evening. Average defender with below average arm strength and fringe range. 35th round selection of the Dodgers in 2018. (Seifert)

8-1-2018: After the spring he had with junior college power Iowa Western, hitting over .400 with 50 RBIs, it shouldn’t come as a surprise the 5-foot-11, 180-pounder, is continuing his successful ways at the NWL this summer. Reichenborn entered the All-Star break with a terrific .349 average, along with eight doubles. He’s also shown terrific plate discipline with 26 walks as opposed to 17 strikeouts. Reichenborn was impressive at the plate at the ASG, showing a simple, yet, productive swing. He showed some definite power potential, and there’s more juice available there from a strength standpoint. Reichenborn has the tools to be a premier hitter in the Atlantic 10, while from a prospect standpoint, the one thing that could hold him back is his arm in the outfield. Reichenborn is athletic and took natural routes. However, he showed a well below average arm. If the instincts are there and the arm isn't, it makes me wonder if second base might be a good position for him at the next level. He tinkered with shortstop and third base while at Iowa Western, so those might be options as well. Reichenborn heads to the Billikens this fall despite getting drafted in the 35th round by the Dodgers this summer. (K Rogers)

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