Bryson Huwar
Bryson Huwar
Bryson Huwar
Bryson Huwar
Bryson Huwar
Bryson Huwar




Clarion-Limestone (HS) • PA
6-0 • 195LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Butler Blue Sox


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Physical: Athletic, physical 6-foot, 195-pound frame with strength in the lower half; crafty on the bump with good stuff, working from side arm to high ¾ on the release. 

Pitching: Started off of the far left side of the rubber using a medium side rocker into a moderately paced leg lift at waist height (slight hip coil). Landed on-time with good rotational power at foot strike, getting over the front side on time from each slot. Operated 77-81 mph from ¾ and sat more 80-81 from higher up, with the ability to manipulate spin on an above-average breaker (65-67 mph / 68-70 mph; tilt / bite) and countered with a diving 72-74 mph CH with plus sell. Mixed in a hard, late 76-77 mph CT just off the FB, giving hitters a hard time on occasion. Got outs and pounded the zone with four offerings missing barrels.


Maryland Preseason All-State Session II

Body: 6’0”, 190 pounds. Athletic, well put together build. 
Delivery: Methodical and athletic look throughout with comfortability changing rhythms and arm actions at any time; repeatable, balanced delivery starting from the middle of the rubber; slight side rocker into a comfortable stack position at the chest, moved quickly outward towards the plate with great command of his body on all pitches. Finished well over the front side and fell off hard to third base when dropping down to the side. 
Arm Action: RH. Worked from ¾ to side arm with above-average feel for his arsenal from either. 
FB: T87 mph, 84-86 mph. Average spin rate of 2083 rpm. Heavier down in the zone with impressive command. FB arm-side run ranged from 14 inches to 20 inches per Trackman Baseball. Plays extremely well in on RHH. 
CB: 66-67 mph. Average spin rate of 1415 rpm. Low spin but big, loopy horizontal shape to it across the plate. Could be a solid out pitch down the line, can throw for strikes at the moment.


Physical: 6-foot, 190LBS. 

Pitching: Starts in the middle of the rubber and squared to the plate. Utilizes a rocker step which works into a leg lift to slightly below the chest line. The hands hover near the chest up until glove break. Maintains slight bend in the elbow during the arm swing. Shows the ability to comfortably throw from multiple arm slots. The high 3/4 arm slot produces ASR and the side arm slot produces heavy dive under a RHH bat. Velocity continues to rise. Very interesting prospect. 


Physical: 5-foot-11, 165 pounds; long, lean build. 
Pitching: Short side step with leg lift and coil before striding in line to a balanced follow through (leans over the belt o n stride out when drops down). Loose, whippy arm action; mixes a low 3/4 release with a drop down side arm release. FB: T 82MPH, 77-82 MPH. Life out of the hand with arm side run of 15in. on avg.. CB: 66-68 MPH. Frisbee like action that avg's 6in. of horz. break and up to 5in. of drop. SL: 70-71 MPH. Tight break with avg. of 5in. horz. movement. CH: 65-66 MPH. Good hand speed with 10.6in. of arm side fade.


Showcased a lean 5-foot-11, 165-pound frame with present athleticism, feel for his body, and room to add strength as he matures. The primary right-handed pitcher sat 79-82 mph from a repeatable ¾ arm-slot with whippy arm-action. Mixed in a 67-69 mph curveball with frisbee slider action and a 68-71 mph changeup with occasional arm-side fade thrown with adequate sell. The right-handed hitter begins with a balanced, even stance utilizing a short lift-and-replace stride to initiate a slightly uphill barrel path into the hitting zone. Featured a short stroke with quality hand speed allowing for barrel whip during batting practice. Generated occasional pull-side lift when contacting the ball out in front of the plate and recorded a 77 mph bat-exit velocity. The outfielder showed off adequate footwork creating momentum towards the target upon fielding and accurate 78 mph arm-strength from his position.


Defensively, hands are adequate. An accurate arm was demonstrated. Benefit would be gained from being more aggressive in attacking and playing through baseball.

Offensively, Initiates swing from neutral set up with stride staying neutral. Hands start low and remain so in load. There is limited separation and passive hip turn. There is considerable length.

On mound, works out of low 3/4 and sidearm arm slots. Arm action is loose. Huwar stays in line on delivery and repeats well. FB sat 63-66 mph with arm side run. CB thrown at 48-51 mph had slow rolling break and 11-5 shape. There was tendency to reduce arm speed and get around CH.

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