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Central Missouri
Rockwood Summit (HS) • MO
6' 3" • 180LBS
L/R • 25yr 6mo
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2/19/17 - Dryer is a 6-foot3 180-pound right-handed pitcher in Missouri’s 2017 class and is committed to the University of Central Missouri. Dryer has long levers and athletic delivery, high three quarters release, aggressive down the mound, fastball has tilt and late life with running action, toughed 91 on four pitches, sat 89-91 mph, showed a sharp 11-to-5 breaking ball at 74-78 mph and a cutter with downward action at 85 mph, change up has sink at 84-87 mph, fastball arm speed.

6/7/16 - Dryer is a 6-foot-3 175-pound left-handed hitting outfielder from Rockwood Summit HS in the St. Louis area, committed to Central Missouri.  He ran a 6.75 60, one of the top 60 times of the day, and a 4.51 home-to-first.  He has an exit velo of 83 mph. At the plate, open stance, no wasted movement, solid contact to middle of the field during batting practice, hands work inside ball, short path to contact.  In the outfield, over the top arm slot, 91 mph positional velo, top outfield velo for the event. crow hop, loose arm action, fluid transfer with momentum though the throw, accurate throws. On the mound, fastball was clocked at 84 mph, working 81-84 mph.  He has a loose arm action and lean frame that would suggest more velo to come.  He repeats his delivery with three quarters arm slot, fastball has late running action and breaking ball has 11-to-5 action at 65-69 mph, change up as slight arm side release at 78-79 mph.

2/15/16 - Dryer is a 6-foot-3 175-pound left-handed hitting outfielder in Missouri’s 2017 class.  He ran a 3.96 home to first and an 84 mph exit velo. At the plate, starts in open stance, loaded in back leg, controlled stride, aggressive swing, quick hands, consistent solid contact to middle/pull side.  In the outfield, 90 mph positional velo, one of the top velos of the day, athletic footwork, aggressive to the ball, momentum through the throw, crow hop, over the top release, loose arm action.  Projectable build with room to put on more strength.

2/14/16 - Dryer is a right-handed pitcher in the Missouri class of 2017. Attends Rockwood Summit HS in Fenton. Long-legged, athletic frame at 6-foot-3, 175-pounds. Up-tempo, athletic delivery. Natural, loose arm action. Three-quarters slot. Fastball with arm-side run, late life at times, 84-86 mph. Breaking ball with 11/5 to 12/6 shape, tight spin, 71-73 mph. Change-up 80-83 mph. Athletic class of 2017 right-hander with plenty more in the tank velocity-wise as he gains size and strength. Trending upward since last event in fall.

10/11/15 - Dryer is a 6-foot-3 167-pound left-handed hitting outfielder in the 2017 class.  He ran a 7.19 60 and had an exit velo of 74 mph.  Dryer has a slight pre-swing rhythm in hands, balanced set-up, in line stride, level and accelerated swing path to extension, used mostly the middle of the field, but showed pull power potential. Dryer ran a 4.47 home-to-first. In the outfield, 87 mph positional velo, accurate throws, loose arm action, arm works, works behind ball and through catch, throws have carry through target.

6/16/15 - Dryer is a 6-foot-3 160-pound left-handed hitting outfielder in the 2017 class from Rockwood Summit.  Dryer ran a 6.97 60 and hand an exit velo of 76. At the plate, Dryer starts with an open stance with no wasted movement during load, loose/quick hands, solid contact during batting practice, line drives, gap-to-gap.  In the outfield, easy arm action, clean exchange, crow hop, plays through catch, mostly accurate throws, 86 mph positional velo, top for the event. As a pitcher, Dryer is a projectable athlete with clean and easy arm action.  Has body control during delivery, and repeats release point.  Dryer is a able to work both sides of the plate with his fastball at 76-80 mph.  His curveball is at 59-62 mph with 11-to-5 shape.  He shows feel for a change-up at 73-76 mph with fastball arm speed and late sink.  He throws strikes and will be a player to follow in the 2017 class.

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