Wylie Ritter
Wylie Ritter
Wylie Ritter
Wylie Ritter
Wylie Ritter

CLASS OF 2020

1B
OF

Wylie
Ritter

Montgomery Bell Academy (HS) • TN
6-2 • 215LBS • S/R
Travel Team: Rawlings SE CrossHit 16U

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2019
60 Yard Dash
7.16
Infield Velocity
76.0
Power / Speed Score
12.4
Preseason All-State Showcase 2-3-19-Invite-Only
Feb 3, 2019
Position
7.16
60-yard
76
INF Velo
89
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2/3/19 - 60: 7.16, IF Velo: 76, Exit Velo: 89 (LH), 87 (RH)
6-2, 215-pound corner infielder continues to show an advanced bat that keeps getting better, recording PBR highs in exit velocity from both sides of the plate.  Prototypical corner IF frame, tall w/ present lower half strength, upper half projection.  Offensively, hits w/ a straight on, slightly crouched stance w/ short hand rhythm into short stride and deep hand load.  Has gotten much more handsy since the last time we’ve seen him from both side of the plate, hands travel a long way.  Has the bat-speed from both sides of the plate to counter the length.  Still head w/ barrel feel, projects to hit for average.  Projectable pull power from the left side, more gap to gap as a right handed hitter, some difference in loft.  As a defender, shows solid hands and footwork, developing as a thrower.
6/12/18 - Home-1st: 4.53, Position Velocity:  IF-77, Exit Velocity: 86
6-foot-1, 215-pound, SHH continues to show advanced offensive approach w/ repeatable swing from both sides of the plate.  Medium, well-proportioned sturdy frame w/ present strength throughout, some physical projection.  From the left side, hits w/ a very slightly open, upright stance w/ quiet hands into crouch, shift of weight, knee to knee toe tap and short load.  Nearly identical swing from the right side.  Generates bat speed through the zone from both sides of the plate.  As is typical for most switch hitters, projects to hit for more average from the left side w/ a little more power from the right side.  Clean, repeatable swing from the left side w/ proper path.  Lot of line drives when right.  All fields approach w/ ability to take what the pitcher gives him, balanced enough to stay on the off-speed pitch.  A bit more pull oriented approach from the right side.  Zero swing and miss on 9 swings.  Projectable average runner.  Defensively, shows solid hands w/ carry to target arm strength.  
10/22/17 - Home-1st: 4.56, Position Velocity:  IF-75, Exit Velocity: 84 (LH), 83 (RH)
6-foot-1, 210-pound, SHH shows above average hit tool w/ developing power.  Medium, athletic frame w/ proportional strength, projection.  Switch hitter repeats same swing from both sides of the plate.  Straight on, slightly crouched stance w/ back ear hand location.  Toe turn, stride and proper load.  Generates bat speed through the zone.  Feel for barrel w/ repeatable swing.  Present gap power, projects for HR power as body fills out.  Similar defensive look to Fall Top Prospect Games w/ a reliable glove.  Struggled to throw on this day.  Projects as a bat first 1B w/ feel to hit and power.
9/24/17 - Home-1st: LH - 4.78, RH - 4.60, Position Velocity:  79, Exit Velocity: LH (85), RH (82)
6-foot-1, 205-pound, SH was the top offensive performer on the day in game, going 3-4 w/ 50 % hard contact.  Medium, athletic build w/ lots of growth potential.  From the left side, hits with a straight on, slightly crouched stance w/ back ear hand location.  Shift of weight, crouch, toe tap and proper load.  Same swing from the right side, but a little stiffer w/ the hands.  Better hitter from the left side and better in game hitter than BP hitter.  Shows potential for HR power from the left side, profiles as a gap to gap type hitter w/ consistent barrel feel.  Defensively, moves well at 1B w/ stiff throw.  Reliable glove.  Profiles as a bat first corner infielder w/ power potential.

9/17/17 - 6-1, 190 pound switch hitter we saw from the left side only.  Hits from a straight on, very slightly crouched stance w/ back shoulder hand location.  Crouch, shift of weight and deep hand load.  Above average bat speed in simple swing.  Shows ability to hit to all fields w/ gap to gap approach.  Still developing loft to reach power ceiling.  DNS enough defensively for an eval.  Potential to be a special corner bat.

12/10/16 - 60 Time: 7.59, Position Velocity:  IF-73, Exit Velocity: 79
6-foot-1, 190-pound, SHH still shows very similar mechanics from both sides of the plate, hits from a tall but balanced and even stance, uses a short stride and a push back of his hands to get loaded, lower half lags behind and doesn’t quite let his hips get cleared enough to create any real separation, swing plane is slightly upward through the ball and allows him to get the ball in the air pretty consistently, sits back a little too much at times and causes himself to come around the ball.  Defensively, showed solid hands and footwork around the bag, ability to play around and through the ball with confidence, exchange and arm action are a little long and deliver throws through a high ¾ slot. 

7/26/16 - Home-1st: 4.78, Position Velocity:  68, Exit Velocity: 81
6-foot-1, 168-pound, SHH uses pretty much the same mechanics from both sides of the plate, hits from a tall and balanced stance and begins very upright and still before the pitch, bends his back and uses a bend in his front knee with a short stride and a slight push back of his hands to get loaded, lower half works and allows his backside to get the barrel on a good plane but sometimes sits a little too far back and spins on his back heel, flat bat path from the right side and a slightly uphill path from the left side, rolled over some from the right side but got through some balls better and drove them to LCF as a lefty. Defensively, showed average hands and footwork around the bag as he could have played through the ball more consistently, slower transfer and a long arm action produced some average arm strength.

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