Ryan Zuckerman
Ryan Zuckerman
Ryan Zuckerman




Pennsbury (HS) • PA
6-4 • 200LBS • R/R
Travel Team: 5 Star
2023 National

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Physical: 6’3 195 lb SS/RHP ran a 6.97 laser timed 60-yard dash. Long and lanky build has some of the most projectable frames in his class.

Offensively: Swings has a lot to like from his quiet barrel and intent throughout the swing. With a wide base he has the front foot float while he tracks the pitch into the hitting zone. As front foot strikes, he explodes off his back side and the barrel flies through the baseball. Has impressive power and explosiveness,

Defensively: Uses long stride to approach the ball. Glove has a smooth action to it and does not have much unnecessary movement. Arm works mainly out of one arm slot.


6-foot-3, 185-pound two-way prospect was one of the most impressive players in attendance. The right-handed hitter starts from a wide, square stance and uses a quet lift-and-replace stride to begin. Stays behind the baseball well and creates natural back spin. Registered a bat exit velocity of 89 mph and ran a 6.97 60-yard dash. Showcased active feet while gliding around the infield defensively with impressive 84 mph arm strength across the diamond. The righty sat 81-83 off the mound from a high 3/4 arm slot. Also commanded a curveball at 70-72 with 11/5 shape and a changeup at 78-79.


6-foot-2, 175-pounder already looks the part of an upperclassman. The right-handed hitter starts from a square stance and initiates his hands from a deep load position with a lift-and-replace stride. A flat path through the hitting zone and hands that work well through contact allow him to be on time with regularity. Registered an event best 88 mph bat exit velocity and ran a 7.26 60-yard dash. Showcased fluid actions defensively with active feet and played through the baseball routinely with 81 mph arm strength. The two-way prospect also sat 79-81 on the mound with an easy, repeatable delivery. High 3/4 arm slot is short in back and long out front. Fastball showed arm-side run as did his changeup at 73-74. Curveball is an above average pitch with two-plane 11/5 break at 69-73.

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