Jayce Tharnish
Jayce Tharnish
Jayce Tharnish




Conestoga (HS) • PA
6-2 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: PA Bell Ringers 2022


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Physical: The St. Bonaventure commit stands a wiry, athletic 6-foot-2, 170lbs. 6.76 runner in the 60-yard dash.

Offensively: RHH - Calm, balanced setup with a strong base and loose hands starting lower, up/down in the stance. Utilized a direct lift and replace stride, finding the ground to initiate the barrel through a flat path after a barrel-tip from the top of the load. Could generate natural lift on occasion after impact, producing a 39% line drive, 46% fly ball rate split (via Trackman) during his round. Long arms operated short, inside the ball primarily, but did their most damage when leveraging out over the plate for damage to the pull-side of the field (350 foot batted ball, XBH juice). Projects a stay atop the order with bat to ball skills that flash and recorded a sharp T92 mph bat-exit velocity at his peak. 

Defensively: The primary outfielder demonstrated confidence off the bat, reading and processing with natural instincts and attacking downhill. Drove the chest over toes, playing with pace and released accurately from a H ¾ slot (79 mph arm, LF/CF projection).


Physical: Lean, uber-projectable 6-foot-2, 170lb frame with advanced athleticism in all phases. 6.65 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH - Easy, loose setup with the feet at shoulder-width with a slight bend in the knees; held rhythm throughout using a short toe tap stride in order to initiate the bat head through a fluid/flat path into the hitting zone. Natural twitch at the plate with a top of the order skillset flashing, on the barrel consistently in both batting practice and game action. Handled all quadrants of the plate posting an impressive 57% line drive rate and the best results showed to LCF (T91 mph bat-exit velocity per Trackman). Already produces extra-base hits at a high rate and will continue seeing success in that category as he adds strength. 

Defensively: The primary outfielder featured center fielder qualities with a quick first step and sure angles down through the baseball; light on his feet and went and got the baseball to either gap, fielded off the inside of the left foot with a clean exchange and loose, high ¾ slot (84 mph arm, accurate). 

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