Tyler Gentry

CLASS OF 2017

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Tyler
Gentry

Alabama
Arlington (HS) • TN
6-2 • 200LBS • R/R

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2020 National

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2020
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2020 DRAFT:Gentry is strong and athletic at 6-foot-2, 210 pounds. He possesses a well-rounded toolset with an above average arm which plays plus due to his 70-grade accuracy; he led the Cape in outfielder assists last summer with seven. He's an above average defender and very dependable. Long term he is best suited for either corner. Gentry has above average hand/eye, however his big swing and aggressive approach led to a subpar BB/K ratio in the Cape (10 BB/43 SO in 150 at-bats) and last spring (19/51 in 210 at-bats) for the Tide. His best power comes to his pull side and overall showed average raw power. He's an above average runner down the line (4.28) and even better underway. With improvements made to his hitting approach and a phenomenal start (.429/.554/.750 with 4 HR and 10 BB vs 10 SO) to the 2020 spring season, Gentry will receive top three round consideration this summer.

8/16/19: Coming off a strong sophomore campaign (.310/.378/.552 with 13 HRs) with the Tide, Gentry is strong and athletic at 6-foot-2, 210 pounds. He possesses a well-rounded toolset with an above average arm which plays plus due to his 70-grade accuracy. As an outfielder he led the Cape with seven assists. He’s an above average defender in the outfield and very dependable. Long term he is best suited for either corner. Although the offensive numbers in the Cape don’t show it, the right-handed hitting Gentry has above average hand/eye. However, his big swing and aggressive approach led to a subpar BB/K ratio in the Cape (10 BB/43 SO in 150 at-bats) and last spring (19/51 in 210) for the Tide. His best power comes to his pull side and overall showed average raw power. He’s an above average runner down the line (4.28) and even better underway. With improvements to his hitting approach and another strong season of performance in the SEC, expect Gentry to be considered during the early rounds of Day Two this June. (Seifert)

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