Wyatt Reeder
Wyatt Reeder
Wyatt Reeder
Wyatt Reeder
Wyatt Reeder
Wyatt Reeder
Wyatt Reeder

CLASS OF 2020

OF
2B

Wyatt
Reeder

Ashland University
Northmor (HS) • OH
6-0 • 180LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Triple Crown Royals

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2/12/19

Body Type: 6-foot, 174-pound prospect. 
Swing Mechanics: Left-handed hitter that starts in a balanced stance. Leg kick timing trigger during bat top movement.
Hit: Compact, level stroke with some whip to the barrel. Swing offers a balanced combination of strength and speed to it. All fields guy who can spray it. Consistent line drive in BP.
Power: 81 mph exit velocity. Line drive with flashes of gap.
Offensive Projection: Ball mover with some pop.  
Run: 4.32 H-1st.
Field: Good athlete with fluid feet. Gets to the ball quickly and through with above average ball skills. Also worked out in the infield. Has some feel out there and can create angles. Looks to be sure-handed. I’d say he slightly more projectable as an outfielder at this stage.
Throw: Compact arm with above average arm speed. Throws showed some carry with playable accuracy.
Defensive Projection: LF/CF/Multiple spots in Infield.

2/13/18

A lefty swinger at the plate that starts in an athletic setup. Movements prior to launch are athletic and create energy. A strong kid with above average bat speed. Path is slightly downhill and barrel gets in/out of the zone quickly. A line drive hitter with gap abilities. Showed pull side tendencies in BP. In the infield he plays under control in his approach. Feet work well creating efficient angles to play through the baseball. Second baseman type. In the outfield he gets to the ball in a timely fashion, using aggressive footwork. Works through the baseball one-handed and gets rid of it quickly. Threw with accuracy and slightly above average arm strength to home plate.

Infield Velocity: 74

Outfield Velocity: 76

Exit Velocity: 80


7/5/17
A left-handed hitter that starts in a taller setup. Hands move slightly back during his leg kick load and controlled stride. His barrel tip is well timed, allowing him to get on plane early with solid whip through the zone. Showed feel for the barrel consistently producing line drives. Top of the lineup guy should grow into gap pop. In the outfield he uses quick, fluid footwork. Plays through the ball well, fielding on his glove foot side. Uses a shuffle step for momentum and does a nice job finishing his throws.
Home-1st: 4.47
Outfield Velocity: 76
Exit Velocity: 81

2/19/17

60 Yard Dash: 8.00
Position Velocity: 71 IF, 66 C
Pop Time: 2.28-2.32
Exit Velocity: 75


1/16/17
A left-handed bat that uses a leg kick load to initiate his lower half. Hands stay loose during load and produced solid barrel whip. Path is level and he found the barrel often. Showed the ability to hit line drives to the middle of the field. In the infield he takes direct routes to the ball and fields deep in the middle of his body. Showed some quickness to his transfer. Behind the plate he did a solid job of creating direction to second base. Needs to quicken transfer moving forward.

60: 7.75
Exit Velocity: 69
Infield Velocity: 69
Catcher Velocity: 66
Pop Time: 2.26-2.38

12/11/16
5-foot-10, 145-pound prospect. Ran a 7.64 60-yard dash. A left-handed hitter that starts in a tall setup. Creates energy into contact with his lower half through a leg kick load and well timed weight shift. Hands are loose prior to launch. Bat gets through the zone on a level path with above average bat speed. Ball comes off his bat well and he showed impressive pop to his pull side. Reached a top exit velocity of 74 mph. Behind the plate he threw to second base with 69 mph arm strength, and registered pop times of 2.31-2.47. In the infield he has quickness to his feet and showed the ability to make plays on the move. Would be aided by more efficient footwork approaching the ball to play through it more consistently. Showed off 65 mph arm strength across the diamond.

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