Bryan Rincon
Bryan Rincon
Bryan Rincon




Shaler Area (HS) • PA
5-11 • 180LBS • S/R
Travel Team: Chicago Cream


2022 National

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Physical: Lean, fluid 5-foot-11, 170-pound frame with advanced twitch / rhythm found in the actions. 6.70 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: Switch-hitter - Mirrored from both sides of the plate; balanced, slightly-open setup utilizing a controlled toe tap stride in order to deliver the bat head through a slightly uphill path into the hitting zone. Created loft on occasion (52% fly ball rate) generating backspin to all fields from either side of the plate (344 foot batted ball distance) while continuously squaring the baseball up (35% hard hit rate). A 22.1 mph hand speed per Blast Motion gives confidence that he can handle high velocity as does a high rotational score, (17.8 G’s) which points to an above-average power ceiling down the road. Generated a peak bat-exit velocity of 92 mph with more to come. 

Defensively: The primary shortstop was a magician defensively, showing off some of the better footwork in the entire ‘22 class. Repeatedly on time with the left foot at the fielding window, created a ton of push off of the backside “drive leg” and let it rip from a live, high ¾ arm slot (89 mph). Easy SS projection at the highest level of college baseball while flashing increased range to either side and advanced pace. One to know if you’re looking for a Day 1 starter at the next level in the middle. 


Physical: Lean and uber-athletic 5-foot-11, 165-pound frame with seasoned actions and fluidity throughout the movements. 6.78 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: Switch hitter. Mirrors from both sides starting with a wide, even stance as the hands showed rhythm above the shoulder in the setup. Utilized a toe-tap (toe drag in his case) stride in order to initiate a quick and rhythmic, flat barrel path through the hitting zone. Lifted the pitch above the belt with regularity but mostly showed off hard line drives to the middle of the field, peppering the RCF gap the most during batting practice. Advanced bat to ball skills and is always connected to the ground ready to launch at any time. Tough out at the plate and dealt damage early in counts / attacked the FB early. Solid results in game action and recorded a peak bat-exit velocity of 88 mph per Trackman Baseball, projects best from the left side at the moment. 21.10 maximum hand speed in the box according to Blast Motion. 

Defensively: The primary shortstop featured a low center of gravity with rangy, easy actions during defensive evaluations. Impressed with above average defender qualities, stayed low and downhill through the fielding window with easy momentum generated towards the first base bag, soft glove hand worked off of the left side of his body, should be a trusted defender in the 6 hole moving forward with the arm strength to back it up. Long, high ¾ slot with fluidity and quickness at release. INF - 88 mph


Physical: Twitchy and athletic 5-foot-11, 165-pound frame that oozes control and feel in all facets of the game. 6.87 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: Switch hitter. Mirrors from both sides of the plate showcasing a wide, even setup with a slight bend in the knees as the hands start high by the ear. Utilized a controlled toe-tap stride while holding the center of gravity over the backside upon launch to initiate a smooth and efficient, slightly uphill barrel path into the hitting zone. The swing showed minimal moving parts allowing for repeatable, controlled patterns and high level bat to ball skills, recorded a near 100% hard hit percentage during batting practice with favoritism from both sides for the pull-side gap. Was able to stay hot during game action with a multitude of extra base hits, one from either side of the plate. Recorded a top bat-exit velocity of 88 mph per Trackman Baseball.

Defensively: The primary shortstop bounced around during defensive evaluations stealing the show with an unbelievable round where he repeatedly beat the ball to the spot with fluidity in the footwork. Advanced range to either side, stayed loose and downhill through the fielding window with intent in the lower half; looked like he was shot out of a cannon at times. Made certain plays look routine as the hands worked effortlessly from fielding to transfer and then the throw phase. The arm worked with explosiveness through a quick, high ¾ slot … Will be an impact defender on the left side of the infield moving forward. INF - 87 mph

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