Ryan Grant
Ryan Grant
Ryan Grant
Ryan Grant
Ryan Grant
Ryan Grant

CLASS OF 2019

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Ryan
Grant

Urbana University
Reynoldsburg (HS) • OH
6-0 • 155LBS • R/R

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12/2/18
Interesting prospect. Will need to clean up actions on both sides of the ball but athleticism/tools stand out. A 6.69 runner with an 85 mph arm from the outfield and much more pop to come at the plate as he cleans up. Speed is apparent in the outfield as he gets to and through the ball very quickly even making arm play up.
60-yard Dash: 6.65
Outfield Velocity: 85
Exit Velocity: 79

8/5/18
6-foot, 155-pound. Right handed hitting outfield prospects. Sets up in a wide base, generates linear momentum through the leg kick and stride. Creates forward bat tilt prior to launch, line drive type swing with gap to gap power. Registered and exit velocity of 86 mph. In the outfield shouldn’t aggressive first up and played well through the ball. Good transition and strong accurate throws registering a top velocity of 83 mph. Also ran a 4.25 home to first.

 

8/12/18
A righty swinger that starts in a balanced setup. Fluid, athletic load that creates energy and balance. Slightly downhill stroke to contact with a balanced offering of strength and speed through the zone. Line drive guy now with more than enough juice to be a gap threat as he adds loft to swing. In the outfield he plays aggressive to and controlled through. One-handed play through that allows for continuous momentum. Arm shows average to above average strength with present accuracy.
Outfield Velocity: 84
Exit Velocity: 86
H-1st: 4.25

 

7/17/18
A righty swinger that starts in a balanced stance. Uses a leg kick for timing during his bat tip load. Lower half is aggressive and creates energy when on time. Can rush to front side at times. Downhill path with both strength and speed to hands. Athleticism is obvious in the box. Generates gap to gap pop and can use both sides of the field. In the outfield he plays low through the baseball with smooth actions. Gets to and through efficiently. Arm is an above average tool with throws showing accuracy and carry. Can really run. Flies around the field on both sides of the ball.
Home to 1st: 4.32
Outfield Velocity: 81
Exit Velocity: 83

 

5/30/18
A right-handed hitter that starts in a balanced setup. Uses a leg kick/bat tip combination for loading sequence. Movements are fluid and well timed. Swing travels on a downhill path to contact, generating above average strength and speed through the zone. Would be aided by leveling out path to generate more natural ball flight. Has the natural tools to be a regular gap threat. In the outfield he plays with fluidity and reads the baseball well. Knows when to attack and when to sit back. Gets rid of the ball quickly, showing above average arm strength to home plate.
Home to 1st: 4.62
Outfield Velocity: 81
Exit Velocity 84

 

7/12/17
A right-handed hitter that starts in a balanced setup. Load is athletic, incorporating a leg kick/barrel tip combination. Natural tools are developing and bat takes a downhill path to the baseball. Swing has some twitch. Showed barrel awareness, finding it often in BP. More present pop to pull side at this stage. In the outfield, his approach is fluent with fast, choppy steps. Plays with above average speed. Fields the ball out front on his glove side foot and transitions quickly into release. Releases the ball from a 3/4 slot with a long arm. Throws were consistently on line with average arm speed.
60-yard dash: 6.84
Outfield Velocity: 79
Catcher Velocity: 74
Pop Times: 1.94-2.11
Exit Velocity: 75

1/18/16
5-foot-11, 140-pound average build. A right-handed hitter that starts with a tall, open stance and gets back to even with a short stride. Uses a leg kick for timing while taking his hands back slightly to remain balanced. Needs to work on getting his backside through the ball as he matures. Exit velocity was 66 mph. From the outfield he showed quick footwork to the ball and tends to field it deep, in the middle of his body. From a 3/4 slot he showed 72 mph arm strength to home plate. Ran an impressive 7.01 60-yard dash. 
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