Tim Schuler
Tim Schuler
Tim Schuler
Tim Schuler
Tim Schuler




La Salle (HS) • PA
6-2 • 210LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Bucks County Generals
2023 National

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Physical: Athletic, powerful 6-foot-2, 210lb frame with a seasoned hit tool. The Villanova commit ran a 7.11 60-yard dash.

Offensively: RHH - Balanced, controlled stance at shoulder-width with a slight bend in the knees. Utilized a stretched lift and replace stride, launching suddenly through a lightning quick, flat path into the hitting zone. Could lift the ball at the waist, able to produce noticeable pull-side pop (T101 mph bat-exit velocity) en route to a near 400 foot batted ball distance at his peak. One of the best power threats in the class with freakish strength/athleticism combo at the plate. Showed off home run juice in batting practice and game action and makes for a feared hitter in any lineup (commands the inner half).

Defensively: The first baseman stayed low to the ground and presented the glove hand on time out in front. Funneled softly into the chest and shuffled right left before releasing at a loud H ¾ slot (91 mph arm, carry, plus tool).


Physical: Strong/athletic 6-foot-2, 210lb frame with a big-time power ceiling and projection left. 6.87 runner in the 60-yard dash.

Offensively: RHH - Balanced, even stance as the hands operated with slight bouncing rhythm off the shoulder to start. Utilized a quick, controlled leg lift stride out towards the pitcher allowing for an immediate trigger into a loud, flat path through the hitting zone. Able to match pitch plane out of the hand allowing for consistent, hard contact sprayed from RCF to the LF line adding easy doubles/home run power on multiple quadrants. Eye-popping batting practice round working up to a 387 foot batted ball distance via Trackman with an 80% hard hit rate. Above-average adjustability pointing towards the ability to hit for AVG and PWR at the next level. Ambushed FB’s in-game action producing bat-exit velocities as high as 103 mph at his peak. Features a ready middle of the order profile and should be a high follow in the class.

Defensively: The primary first baseman showcased advanced feel around the bag, bouncing with fluidity, rhythm to the baseball. Arrived on time with down chest angles as a soft glove hand absorbed the baseball cleanly into the beltline. Got rid quickly from a ¾ slot that showed a consistent trigger, up to T87 mph to the target. Able to easily handle the first base position moving forward.


Physical: Physically advanced, proportional 6-foot-1, 185-pound frame with feel for his body in all facets of the game. 7.22 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH. Balanced, even setup with the barrel wiggling high at the ear later settling down at the shoulder before load. Utilized a controlled lift-and-replace stride coupled with minimal hand movement in the hands at the load in order to initiate his swing. Generated a slightly uphill barrel path with plenty of strength and power in the lower half creating present hip shoulder separation and lift to the pull-side. The stroke was short at the plate and allowed for a quick trigger and ability to consistently be on time in game action. Demonstrated gap to gap prowess with home run power when contacting the ball out in front of the plate evidenced by a 95 mph bat-exit velocity during batting practice per Trackman Baseball.

Defensively: The first baseman displayed a low center of gravity during defensive evaluations with a soft glove hand working aggressively out front with downhill play through the ball. Showcased feel around the bag and was able to get off while holding runners and spin the front side of double plays with regularity. Arm worked through an accurate and repeatable, high ¾ slot  1B - 80 mph


6-foot-1, 185-pound right-handed hitter with proportional strength starts from a square stance and initiates his swing with a lift-and-replace stride. Stays behind the baseball well and creates back spin consistently. Registered a bat exit velocity of 92 mph and ran a 7.11. Showcased agility and a soft glove hand around the bag at first base with accurate 75 mph arm strength across the diamond.

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