Tyler Pagano
Tyler Pagano
Tyler Pagano

CLASS OF 2013

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Tyler
Pagano

Oakland
Pickerington North (HS) • OH
6-2 • 195LBS • R/R

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7/17/12
6-foot-2, 195-pound two-way prospect. Registered a 6.86 60-yard dash. Uses short arm action through an over the top arm slot. Reached a top velocity of 82 mph with carry on his accurate throws. Projects as a corner outfielder. Sets up with a wide stance and in a crouch. Uses fluid rhythm to his swing. Shows explosive bat speed. Consistently squares the ball up with power to all fields.

6/04/12
6-foot-2, 195-pound two-way prospect. Shows good delivery and balance but has shortness in backside arm extension. Finishes well with some good follow through. Fastball has heavy action, ranging 82-83 mph and topping at 85 mph. Also shows good downward spin on 67-68 mph curveball.
1/28/12
Strong, medium build with wide shoulders. Deliberate delivery with moderate arm speed through upper 3/4 slot. Fastball is fairly straight (81-82) with some downward tilt feel on curve (63-64). Uses near fastball arm speed with changeup, which shows fade (72 mph).
12/4/11
The 6-foot-2, 185-pound athletic prospect likely projects as a pitcher at the next level. On the mound, he uses an over teh top arm slot with a steady rhythm and quick arm speed. He uses an 81-84 mph fastball that gets on the hitter quick. His curveball sits at 63-66 mph and has a big 11/5 break. His straight changeup is thrown near fastball arm speed and sits at 74-77 mph. As a position player, he registered a 7.07 60-yard dash. In the field, he played the outfield, but his strongest position in the field is likely first base. At the plate, he uses a tall, upright setup and balanced approach. He uses a quiet load and quick bat speed to generate pull power.

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