Thomas Lynch
Thomas Lynch
Thomas Lynch




Canisius (HS) • NY
6-1 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Dirtbags gold NY


2022 National

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Physical: Lean, athletic, and projectable 6-foot-1, 170lb frame. 6.93 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH - Balanced, upright stance at shoulder-width as the hands operated flat in rhythm above the shoulder. Utilized a leg lift stride to initiate the swing through a flat path into the hitting zone. Let the hands work away from the body through extension, driving the ball to the LCF gap en route to a T88 mph bat-exit velocity (via Trackman). Notched a >300 foot batted ball distance and showed good rotational scores per Blast Motion. Mostly pull-side approach and hammered pitches middle/in. 

Defensively: The shortstop moved around with length on the left side, covering ground using smooth, rangy footwork. Fielded softly into the chest line, funneling and releasing from H ¾ slot with pace in/out of the glove (77 mph arm, medium intent). Able to make plays on the run with down chest angles and accurate throws back across his body. 

Pitching: RHP - Worked at an adequate pace on the bump, getting to a medium, slightly hip-coiled stack and moved down the slope athletically creating some north/south tilt in the shoulders. The FB ranged from 81-84 mph up to T10 inches of HM in on RHH (60% zone rate) mixing an advanced 68-70 mph SL flashing swing/miss at times up to 2536rpms and T21 inches of HM. A plus 74-76 mph CH may have been his best pitch with good separation off the fastball and tangible fading action, late at the plate.


Physical: Lean, projectable, wiry build in a 6-foot, 155-pound frame. 6.99 runner in the 60-yard dash flashing the athleticism present. 

Offensively: RHH - The righty started from a balanced, even stance with the hands starting loose and simple above the shoulder; easy actions with not a whole lot extra going on in the load phase; initiated the swing using a simple leg lift stride to enter the zone through a flat path. Stayed on a line during his round of batting practice, poking it hard from a short swing towards the middle of the field with consistency (75% line drive rate). Above-average bat to ball skills present and the movements played admirably in the box, has the chance to hit for some average right now and the power ceiling keeps developing (84 mph bat-exit / 260 foot batted ball distance) emphasizing doubles power at the moment. 

Defensively: The primary shortstop demonstrated easy, attacking footwork with controlled, calculated steps, got progressively more downhill with the chest on the approach, soft glove hand presented out in front of the toes, giving way to an accurate, lengthy, high ¾ slot (83 mph) across the diamond.

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